Q1 is been and gone. GFF is looking firmly footed and things are falling into place.
In theory, February should have the lowest spending of the whole year since there is only 28 days (most of the time) but life’s not as simple as that and our frugalness went a bit backwards last month with higher spending but still saving money.
It was a good month for the family and we even got a bit of a working holiday on the cheap out of it!
Where has the year gone??? It’s almost bloody Christmas and there’s nothing but Christmas tunes in the shops – I’ve not seen the sun in week and it’s getting very very cold!!!
Well, at the end of the month it’s time to set some time aside and go over the Gentleman’s Family Finances and this November has been quite good, and after October it’s a welcome relief!
Continue reading “Month End: November ’18 – assets and spending”
What a difference a month makes!!!
Whilst I was enjoying family bliss away from the world, the world was going to pot! Stock markets were crashing and all sorts of scares were about. I didn’t pay much attention to it, although I did see it as a buying opportunity. But mostly my focus was on family – but since you wouldn’t put a price on your kids, I’ll leave them out of the equation. So, here’s how the month went for us: Continue reading “Month End: October ’18 – assets and spending”
Another month is over, so here are my accounts for the month. Continue reading “Month-end Accounts: Net Worth August 2018”
With the end of month, comes the end of the summer – it seems.
It’s been a great month in terms of weather and also a good month in terms of finances. Despite higher than normal spending due to a new wood burning stove being put in (and paid for), the Gentleman’s Family Finances are looking strong with a further marching on of our net worth to over 85% of Net Asset magic number. However my FIRE requirements are only at around 45% of target – due to having a lot of money tied up in the house and in SIPPs/LISAs/Pensions. Continue reading “Month-end Accounts: Net Worth July 2018”