November was a pretty uninteresting month on the investments front. Once again I was unable to contribute anything to my two IRA accounts, so the changes you see there are just the market at work. I’ll be closing on the purchase of my first house in about two weeks! So once that is over with and I can actually see (as opposed to roughly calculating) how the mortgage and increased utility bills will affect my finances I hope to get back to contributing to those on a regular basis. The year is quickly coming to a close and between moving & purchasing things for the house and all the Christmas shopping I’ll be doing. I don’t think it’s a stretch to say I won’t be making much progress on these numbers by year-end. It’s pretty frustrating, but at the same time I know the focus is on the long-term and … Continue reading
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