Net Worth Report

You’re changing your spending habits and making better decisions. You’re finding dollars you never knew you had to pay off your debts. Take a look at your Net Worth report and see the results from all of your accounts—all in one place!

Select Reports along the left side, and then choose Net Worth at the top of the screen.

Date Range & Accounts

Your first step is to determine which months and which accounts you want to include in the report. Maybe you want to exclude your tracking accounts to get a picture of your net worth without your investment accounts or mortgage.

select the date range at the top middle of the report to edit the timeframe you'd like the report to includeselect All Accounts to the right of the date range option to choose which accounts you want included in the report

You'll notice the All Categories option is greyed out—because this report is based on your account balances.

The Report

Hover over the graph to see details about your debt and assets for each month. It gives you a snapshot of your account balances on the last day of each month (if the current month is included, it reflects today's balances).

When you have more debts than assets—when the red (debt) bar is higher than the blue (asset) bar—the Net Worth trend line will be below zero. As you Deal with Your Debt, the red bar will fall, the blue one will grow taller, and your trend line will rise.

a bar graph compares debt (red bars) and assets (blue bars), with a line graph superimposed showing the growth over timeThe right sidebar captures your month-over-month and total net worth change.

from top to bottom the sidebar shows the timeframe, accounts, overall change in net worth, & change in net worth by month

Want to drill down?

If you're interested in the monthly breakdown of your debts and assets by account, export the report. The exported data will only include the date range and months selected, so go ahead and customize those before hitting the Export button in the top right corner.

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