Net Worth – Are You Worth More Dead Or Alive?

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  1. German says:

    I never calculated the net worth of my family, but If I were to liquidated all my stocks, my wife’s stocks it would be enough to cover the balance of our mortgage. So my net cash worth is at ZERO lol, but total assets should be above quarter million.
    German recently posted…Portfolio Value Update – May 2019My Profile

    • Rob says:

      hey German

      Thats a little surprising. I thought you would of done your networth for sure.

      You should try it, you may be surprised with the results.

      Very cool that you could sell off your portfolio’s and have a paid off mortgage! We cant do that yet, but do carry a significant amount of equity in our house.

      cheers Man and thanks for commenting

  2. Hi, Rob. I calculate our net worth each year, and find it quite helpful for providing an overall financial picture. It’s a staple calculation to have in your back pocket and to keep you moving in the right financial direction.
    Congrats on your net worth gains over the past 8 years… Impressive stuff!
    Engineering Dividends recently posted…A of I – How Dividend Paying Stocks May Help Boost Retirement IncomeMy Profile

    • Rob says:

      hey Paul

      Thanks. Wow once a year would be pretty cool. Probably some massive gains each time you do it.
      I agree it definitely should be a staple in the financial to do list.
      cheers Paul

  3. Cris B says:

    Hi Rob,

    I am following you from the beginning and you can be a real example for many people, even for some family members, who wants to start looking serious into their financial situation.
    Calculating your Net Worth is a must if you want to succeed in achieving any financial goals, FIRE, Early retirement, new investments…
    Knowing your assets and liabilities will help you taking the right decisions and open your possibilities.
    Most of the time, in order to increase your wealth is not just saving but looking to other options to boost your income: get a better job or a better profession, invest in real estate, invest in market, invest in new income streams…
    As long you invest $1 and get back $1+ is worth to try it.

    Good luck with your plans and enjoy the summer!

    • Rob says:

      hey Cris

      Thanks man! I know you have been around for a long time. I really appreciate it.
      This blog has helped me become better with our finances, and hopefully it helps others as well.

      Great points a higher income certainly makes things easier and faster to achieve financial independence. Have a great summer as well Cris.

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