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For planning anything to the point of completion it is essential to have a clear starting point and a way to measure your improvement. The most effective place to start financial planning for your own personal needs is to calculate your "personal Net Worth." This will help you see the big picture of your financial situation.

The most important financial assets include the balance of your Thrift Savings Plan account (TSP) as well as the market value of your house, must be listed on your list of assets. Add the market value of your other investments and bank account balances. Finally, add the cash value of any insurance policies. Also, determine the value of your appliances, vehicles and other items. Check out our web site to discover what is net worth.

The balance on your mortgage should be your first priority on your list. Next, you need to include all home equity, auto, or credit card debts, as well as any taxes you be required to pay. Net worth is the sum of the value of all your assets and liabilities.

Still confused? Here are three different ways to assess your net worth:

You can monitor your progress

You can monitor your progress towards your long-term goals by frequently measuring your net worth. This will enable you to assess your retirement income and savings. Each time you calculate your networth and you'll be able track the growth in your retirement savings. And measuring your progress gives you the opportunity to make changes in the event that you feel your retirement money is growing too slowly.

Take Stock of Your Reserves

The calculation of your net net worth calculator will help you determine how much margin you're allowed to make for financial mistakes. Divide your financial assets and liabilities into two groups: current and long-term. Calculate the amount of cash you could put up for grabs quickly in the event of a need. Savings accounts at banks, for example, is an asset you could convert to cash in a short time. Selling an asset such as your home requires an enormous amount of effort. Mortgages are a large obligation that is long-term, however the short-term cash effect of the mortgage payments could be quite low.

Review your spending and savings patterns

You can also use net worth calculations to measure your performance. What do you think you're doing? Are you richer or less rich than you were last year? This will give you the chance to look at your spending habits and save. What is your annual income? What are you required to alter to make more progress in the coming year? Your net worth can grow by saving more funds for your short-term goals as well as long-term goals.
[2022-7-03. : 3:36 pm]
Oh_Man -- a program called mapstats I think it's on here to DL
[2022-7-03. : 2:39 pm]
GGmano -- so theres a limit on total triggers on around 80k?
[2022-7-03. : 2:38 pm]
GGmano -- thanks for info anyway
[2022-7-03. : 2:38 pm]
GGmano -- how did you found that out ohh man?
[2022-7-03. : 2:15 pm]
Oh_Man -- mapstats says 80k triggers
[2022-7-02. : 9:37 pm]
GGmano -- maybe its not about the size i guess since its now above 6000 and was saved
[2022-7-02. : 9:05 pm]
GGmano -- just seems like 6000kb is an obstacle not sure
[2022-7-02. : 9:05 pm]
GGmano -- idk it could also be about the map size its like above 6k kb map wont be saved,, 6000kb of triggers no sounds im aware sounds can go beyond that size
[2022-7-02. : 8:51 pm]
GGmano -- heres link for the new release http://www.staredit.net/topic/18475/#1
[2022-7-02. : 8:51 pm]
GGmano -- i now released it after deleting triggers 3 times sadly
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