Quarterly Net Worth Update – June 2017 $1,241,367 (+$55,938)

Welcome to my second quarterly update which details my net worth and cash flow as at the end of June 2017. Net Worth Update June 2017As well as the goals I have set for myself for the next quarter.

If mine is the first personal finance blog you have come across firstly I am super humbled by that and secondly you might be thinking this is kind of strange putting the info out there for the world to see.

However it is a fairly regular occurrence with bloggers to either track their net worth or report their monthly income.

J.Money over at Budgets are Sexy has been tracking his net worth for over nine years now and so have a bunch of other bloggers that you can check out in the Rockstar Blog Directory.

I debated whether I should post this or not as I was not sure about how the information would be received, particular here in Australia where ‘tall poppy syndrome’ can mean anyone who seems to be doing OK can be shot down in a hurry.

But my view is that if you have come to my site which is about becoming financial independent in order to retire early then you must be a little bit open minded and willing to discuss what can be a taboo subject.Continue Reading →

Quarterly Update – Net Worth, Cash Flow and Goals

Welcome to my very first quarterly update which details my net worth and cash flow as at the end of March 2017 as well as the goals I have set for myself for the next quarter.

Net Worth Update

If mine is the first personal finance blog you have come across you might be thinking this is kind of strange putting the info out there for the world to see.

However it is a fairly regular occurrence with bloggers to either track their net worth or report their monthly income.

For example, J.Money over at Budgets are Sexy has been tracking his net worth for over nine years now. So have a bunch of other bloggers that you can check out in the Rockstar Blog Directory.

I debated whether I should post this or not as I was not sure about how the information would be received.

Particularly here in Australia where ‘tall poppy syndrome’ can mean anyone who seems to be doing OK can be shot down in a hurry.

But my view is that if you have come to my site which is about becoming financial independent in order to retire early then you must be a little bit open minded

Continue Reading →