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Thursday, 8 November 2007

Net Worth of PF Bloggers October, 2007

Here's the latest round-up on how the various PF (Personal Finance) bloggers who post their Net Worth each month are progressing. Several blogs have been dropped off this list, some by request but mostly because they haven't updated their net worth data this month, or because they appear to have stopped blogging entirely.

Monthly Net Worth of PF Bloggers for October 2007:

Blogger Age Net Worth $ Change % Change
An English Major's Money 23 $19,867.00 $1,054.00 N/A
Blogging Away Debt 2x -$39,083.00 $542.00 N/A
Consumerism Commentary 30 $119,970.00 $3,495.00 6.4%
Debt Free 4 Ever 39 $56,469.00 $675.00 1.2%
Enough Wealth 46 $1,158,905.00 -$3,590.00 -0.3%
Finance Journey 25 $162,830.00 -$2,353.00 -1.4%
Lazy Man and Money 2x $229,685.00 $18,915.00 9.0%
Mapgirl 3x $49,793.00 $235.00 N/A
Moomin Valley 42 $476,333.00 -$3,893.00 -0.8%
My Money Blog 28 $190,106.00 $13,439.00 7.6%
Savvy Saver 27 $236,134.00 $12,230.00 5.5%
Tired But Happy 30 $187,881.00 $9,741.00 5.5%

nb. Some ages have been adjusted as follows:
exact age provided = listed as given
"20's" = listed as 2x
"early 20's" = listed as 22
"mid-late 20's" = listed as 27
and so on.

If you have any corrections, let me know as soon as possible after the post and I'll edit immediately. If it's more than a few days after the post, email me and I'll make the change the following month.

Note: Most of these figures are in USD, but some are not (eg. mine are in AUD). Also, some bloggers post combined net worth of a couple, others are single, or, like me, only post their personal net worth.

The N/A figures are either a lack of monthly data, or where I've not included % change data because the net worth is less than +/- $100K.

I've had some appreciative comments about this regular monthly post - if you like it, please link to it from your blog, or add a link to EnoughWealth to your blogroll. ;)

Copyright Enough Wealth 2007


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Re: the Enough Wealth line - Shouldn't a negative $ amount also be a negative % amount?
Regards
Pete