Net worth is one of the best ways to measure your overall financial health.
Use this spreadsheet to keep track of all of your assets and liabilities. If you have a checking or savings account, that's an asset! If you have a home or vehicle, that's an asset! If you have a retirement account, that's an asset!
Trust me, it's a lot of fun to see your net worth improve over time. When your savings goes up and your debt decreases, your net worth increases. Plus, it's really handy to keep all of this information in one place.
Update it quarterly or semi-annually to track your progress.
If you have credit card debt you are trying to pay off, this guidebook will help you right away. With 25 tips and tricks to choose from, you can make a plan and see how much you'll save to apply towards your balances. Debt is the thief. It steals your peace of mind, your future earnings and it drags down your net worth. I even include a strategy for which credit card balance to start with first.