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Account Balances – April, 2005

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There was nothing surprising during April. I did make some changes to my accounting methods. For instance, I have new accounts in Quicken for money that is due to me, such as Google AdSense and Upromise. Speaking of AdSense, I received my first check this month. I never meant for this website to make money, and I’m not sure it should make money, so I’m not concerned with the income. Keep reading to see my account balances.

Account Balances Dec 2004 Jan 2005 Feb 2005 Mar 2005 Apr 2005
ASSETS          
  Cash and Bank Accounts          
    EmigrantDirect Savings 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.01 5.02
    Orange Car Fund 609.71 160.92 161.34 161.83 313.61
    Orange Emergency Fund 2,567.43 2,593.02 4,006.41 4,025.38 4,074.57
    Orange Holding Fund 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16 7.07
    Orange Investing Fund 10.60 10.62 10.64 10.66 10.69
    Orange Relocation Fund 33.48 33.55 33.61 33.69 33.77
    Orange Vacation Fund 505.36 606.45 707.64 809.35 961.46
    Wachovia Checking 1,800.01 1,325.91 461.28 1,830.56 1,592.16
    Wachovia Savings 922.49 922.67 922.78 422.87 422.92
    Web Income Account #1 0.00 72.61 72.74 72.90 73.08
    Cash Account 0.00 124.80 76.80 133.80 71.30
    Reimbursable Spending 0.00 150.00 150.00 3,418.00 1,689.00
    Upromise Holding 0.00 208.35 217.57 231.33 249.49
  TOTAL Cash and Bank Accounts 6,455.21 6,215.04 6,826.96 11,161.54 9,504.14
  Other Assets          
    2004 Honda Civic 12,845.00 12,845.00 12,601.00 12,374.00 12,325.00
    Customer Invoices 0.00 0.00 0.00 178.20 178.20
    Google AdSense Holding 0.00 0.00 23.11 79.87 201.15
    University of Phoenix Holding 0.00 0.00 0.00 5,413.47 5,413.47
  TOTAL Other Assets 12,845.00 12,845.00 12,624.11 18,045.54 18,117.82
  Investments          
    Company 401(k) 14,997.49 15,119.41 16,213.01 16,085.14 16,150.40
    TIAA-Cref Roth IRA 4,909.48 5,067.51 5,515.20 5,755.65 5,959.60
    Wachovia/Scottrade Investment 3,434.25 3,367.24 3,455.47 3,403.69 3,334.16
  TOTAL Investments 23,341.22 23,554.16 25,183.67 25,244.48 25,244.48
TOTAL ASSETS 42,641.43 42,614.20 44,634.74 54,451.56 53,066.11
LIABILITIES          
  Credit Cards          
    CitiBank Dividend Platinum Select 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 113.02
    Upromise MasterCard 924.55 868.02 616.81 1,411.33 385.68
  TOTAL Credit Cards 924.55 868.02 616.81 1,411.33 498.70
  Other Liabilities          
    2004 Honda Civic Loan 9,934.77 9,651.10 9,367.50 9,081.87 8,797.30
    ACS Student Loan 2003 6,124.28 6,079.04 6,079.04 6,079.04 6,079.04
    ACS Student Loan 2005 0.00 0.00 0.00 9,251.00 7,267.14
  TOTAL Other Liabilities 16,059.05 15,730.14 15,446.54 24,411.91 22,143.48
TOTAL
LIABILITIES
16,983.60 16,598.16 16,063.35 25,823.24 22,642.18
OVERALL TOTAL 25,657.83 26,016.04 28,571.39 28,628.32 30,423.93

Updated February 6, 2012 and originally published May 1, 2005. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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