Networth Stats

Thanks to Leigh of Leigh’s Financial Journey for this idea!

Objective (Current & Achieved):

  • 2017-2018 / before first child is born: $500k in networth
  • 2021 (38): $1,000,000 networth
  • 2033 (50): $2,000,000 networth
  • 2043 (60): $3,000,000 networth

Note: Although I was married in 2016, my husband and I keep our finances separate, so this includes only my networth and personal goals for retirement.

Year Income Networth $ Growth % Growth
2005 $15k n/a n/a n/a
2006 $35k n/a n/a n/a
2007 $50k $24.9k n/a n/a
2008 $60k $15.8k -$9.1k -37%
2009 $60k $32.7k  $16.9k 206%
2010 $120k $88.6k $55.9k 270%
2011 $90k $145k $56.4k 64%
2012 $100k $200k $55k 38%
2013 $110k $253k $53k 26%
2014 $125k $299.5k $46.5k 18%
2015 $160k $342.4k $42.9k 14%
2016 $190k $416k $73.6k 22%
2017 $130k $551.3k $135.3k 32%
 2018  $300k  $625k  $73.7k  13.3%
 2019  $400k  $1.05M  $425k  99.83%
 2020  $500k $1.3M Goal  $250k goal  23% goal

 

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Investing History (Taxable Portfolio) OLD

SB = Sharebuilder

VG = Vanguard
RBH = Robinhood
L3/FF = FolioFirst (was Loyal3)

Year SB VG RBH L3/FF Debits Total Inv Div
2005 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
2006 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
2007 $0 $5,000 $0 $0 $0 $5,000 $9
2008 $2,300 $100 $0 $0 $0 $2,400 $35
2009 $6 $0 $0 $0 ($300) ($294) $54
2010 $24,271 $150 $0 $0 ($1,622) $22,799 $138
2011 $28,350 $1,000 $0 $0 ($52) $29,298 $469
2012 $19,945 $250 $0 $0 ($2,498) $17,697 $1,391
2013 $7,308 $0 $0 $0 ($24,897) ($17,589) $2,032
2014 $8,150 $13,150 $20 $0 ($315) $30,229 $2,447
2015 $0 $18,129 $480 $5,404 ($15,637) $22,466 $2,674
2016 $0 $7,700 $568 $14,559 ($557) $78,632 $2,287
2017 $0 $10,750 $500 $8,969 ($115) $20,104 $2,939
Total $90,330 $56,229 $5,568 $28,931 ($45,993) $135,065 $14,476
Value $137,997 $87,108 $6,600 $41,216   $272,921 $14,476
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4 thoughts on “Networth Stats”

    1. In 2010 I was laid off from my $60k per year job about half way through the year, and after a month of feeling like I'd never find another position, I found two! I had a contract for 6 months which paid $80 per hour and where some weeks I worked 60-70 hours. I also was working another contract for about 10-20 hours per week (I didn't sleep a lot during that time.) I quickly maxed out my 401k that year and increased my networth. However, I chose to move to a position I liked more with a smaller company that provided less salary, but a sizable amount of stock options. I could have stayed at that position, as I was offered an extension, but I felt this was the best professional move for myself. Thanks for the confidence. I doubt I'll ever be in the 1%, but I could be in the 2%.

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