I moved the remaining cash from my old Emergency Fund into my Income Fund in March. A bit like tearing off a Band-Aid; getting it done in one go instead of dragging it out was easiest and will likely make little difference in the long-term. So now that the dust has settled, it’s time to describe my Income Fund update for March 2017.
Sadly the post title is correct. Time’s passed and although I should have posted March’s updates by now, I’m still in February. But I’m slowly starting to catch / wake up so here’s my February 2017 monthly summary following on from my February income fund update. It’s almost like a balance sheet statement, but different!
The last few weeks have passed so quickly – it’s hard to believe that winter is nearly gone and Spring is just around the corner. Which means it’s time to post another monthly update and describe my Income Fund update for February 2017.
My January 2017 monthly summary follows on from my January income fund update and shows general financial health. Almost like a balance sheet statement, but different!
I’m back in the UK for a couple of days for a funeral. Which tends to put things into perspective, so I’m running behind on updates. With a whole new year ahead of us, this is my first Income Fund update for January 2017. It’s time to answer the question you didn’t know you wanted to ask … how did I do in January?
And another year bites the dust! This is my last Income Fund update for December 2016. I needed an additional $1,008 this month to beat my 2016 target. Did I make it?
My November 2016 monthly summary follows on from my November income fund update and shows spending / savings during the month. November had some ups and downs: a hospital visit, a damaged car plus a surprise work bonus. So what are the numbers?
It’s time for my November Income Fund update for 2016. It was a good month for the stock market as a whole, despite the unexpected US election results.