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Are You Financially Fit?

from: Abel Cheng

When it comes to health, you go for a medical checkup to see if you're physically fit. The medical report will tell everything about your health.

But when it comes to wealth, it's as important that you do a regular checkup for your financial health. You need to know where you are financially before you decide what you want to achieve financially.

What do you do to ascertain your level of financial fitness?

You can use financial statements to determine your financial fitness. They are income statements and balance sheets.

It sounded boring and alien to me when I first prepared my income statement and balance sheet. The process is tedious as you need to dig out things and get them organized in a proper format.

But I can tell you once you've done this checkup, you'll have a clear picture where you stand financially and you can take the necessary measures to achieve financial freedom.

Besides that you'll be more in control of your money and know how to spend your money wisely.

Let's get started to determine your financial fitness.

Income Statement

First, you can prepare an income statement. An income statement is also called profit and loss statement. An income statement consists of two sections: monthly income and expenses.

Your income would probably comprise salary, rent from real estate, dividends from stocks and bonds, interests from savings accounts, and royalties.

Your expenses would be food, clothing, utilities, car loan payments, credit card payments, home mortgage payments, medical expenses, entertainment, insurance payments, charity, taxes, and education.

List down your income and expenses into each section accordingly. Then calculate your total income and expenses.

Once you've done that, it's time to calculate your net income. Net income is the difference between your gross income and expenses:

net income = gross income - expenses

If you have a negative net income, it tells you that you spend more money than you make. You'll have to have plans to reduce your spending or increase your income.

Balance Sheet

Next step is to prepare a Balance Sheet. Like income statements, balance sheets also have two sections: assets and liabilities.

Assets are your cash, real estate, car, bank accounts, stocks and bonds, mutual funds, retirement accounts, and businesses.

Liabilities include mortgages, credit card loans, car loans, personal loans, education loans, and taxes.

Prepare your own balance sheet by listing down your assets and liabilities. Calculate your total assets and total liabilities.

The following step is to calculate your net worth. Net worth is the difference between total assets and total liabilities:

net worth = assets - liabilities

Net worth is usually used to determine whether a person is wealthy.

You deserve a pat on your shoulder if you've come so far with me. By doing this simple exercise, you are one step ahead of many people.

You'd have known the level of your financial fitness by now.

So, are you financially fit?

To help you with this exercise, you can use our free money worksheet at http://www.financiallyrich.com/wealth-calculator.asp

About the Author

Abel Cheng offers small and medium enterprises exclusive global profits insider tips in his free publication, Abel Cheng's Business Diary. To officiate a bi-weekly subscription, please go to


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