At the end of each month, I am keeping track of my net worth. This is part of my personal finance routine. In this page, you can find the details of my net worth, month after month.
If you are interested in the details, read about how I compute my net worth. If your goal is to become financially independent, you probably want to know your net worth. Once you know your Financial Independence Number, you will know how much net worth you need to accumulate to be financially independent. This will help you know how close you are to Financial Independence. I personally believe that the net worth is the single most important metric of your personal finances.
Normally, I update this page at the end of each month. However, if this page is not up to date, let me know in the comments and I will update it!
Current Net Worth (01/03/2019)
|Retirement/Pillar 2 AXA||42,607.00||CHF|
|Retirement/Pillar 3a VIAC 1||17,109.72||CHF|
|Retirement/Pillar 3a VIAC 2||3,226.00||CHF|
This is my net worth history over time since I started keeping track of it.
- December 2018: 124’829 CHF
- November 2018: 125’448 CHF
- October 2018: 123’415 CHF
- September 2018: 120’770.40 CHF CHF
- August 2018: 118’453 CHF
- July 2018: 114’323 CHF
- June 2018: 104’568 CHF
- May 2018: 101’494 CHF
- April 2018: 94’494 CHF (I added my second pillar into the net worth)
- March 2018: 56’288 CHF
- February 2018: 55’002 CHF
- January 2018: 56’278 CHF
- December 2017: 54’279 CHF