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I think that is everything in my spreadsheet. It is at home and that is what I recall being tracked. We are not tracking the value of our "stuff" as that is too granular at this time.

Based on Eldrehad's comments, maybe we shouldn't be tracking our vehicles as part of our net worth but for the time being I have them in there. So, how do the rest of you break it down?

We've also included musical instruments as we have a few and they are worth a nice chunk of change (if we were to liquidate them).

If you have big ticket "stuff" items I'd include them - ie: jewelry, antiques, musical instruments, etc.

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