Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Year End Statement

Here's a look at how my accounts shape up here at the tail end of 2005. You'll see a new bit of CC debt with the CO (Capital One) Credit Card. That was for some repairs to my vehicle.

2006 looks to be an exciting year, both personally and financially.
  • We're getting married in May. Merging of finances has already begun to a certain extent, but will continue throughout the year.

  • Much of the savings I have now will likely be eaten up with the wedding and honeymoon.

  • I hope to have my car paid off by mid-year. That will be almost 3 1/2 years early.

  • We'll be looking into beginning the process of getting some land from my parents and planning and building a house there.

  • I hope to see my web ventures continue to grow and make me some side income.


Neo said...

Congrats on ending the year on a positive direction. I will include your data to the following graph shortly.


Jamie Striplin said...

Interesting subject to write a blog about... since you're getting married soon.. might want to check out my blog about wedding ideas 'Til Death Do Ua Part for my own... I'm pinching pennies as well! I also am a wedding photographer so there might be some ideas on my photography blog!

Neo said...

If you haven't heard, I am organizing a "net worth challenge". If you are interested in participating, please drop by the following web site to get more details. For the time being, if you can post (at the below URL) your 2006 end of year goal, we might be using that information as part of the challenge.

Stay tuned for more details!


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Debt Hater said...

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I started my own personal finance blog a few weeks ago. Check it out sometime. Any helpful hints or constructive criticism are much appreciated!