The markets have been relatively flat over March but we have been pumping in our usual amounts to our respective 401(k)s, joint brokerage account, and 529 for the kiddo.
Also, we made most of our Roth and traditional IRA contributions for 2018 last month. We were pleasantly surprised that we’re still able to contribute for Roth, though our MAGI was in the phased out section. Don’t think we’ll be able to contribute to this bucket for tax year 2019. The reason we waited to make our contributions so late is we wanted to know for sure how much we’d be able to contribute in our Roths, knowing well that we would either be over the range, or close to the top. Once we filed our taxes mid March, we got the AGI, and then the MAGI, to determine how much we can contribute.
Asset for March is at an all time high, so is Net Worth. Liabilities are down by almost $4.5k compared to February.
A $10k bond we had for the past 20 years reached its final maturity last month. For the time being we have kept that in a checking account.
Remember: Markets will fluctuate. Maintain course!
Read here on what makes up our Assets and Liabilities.