I’ve been using Personal Capital since 2013 and I love it. I can log on and get a quick recap of our net worth, credit card spending, stock performance, cash flow, and more. It is an awesome tool for DIY investor. Here are some of the things Personal Capital helps me with.
- Check how much fees we’re paying with our retirement accounts. BTW, we pay 0.14% after culling some expensive funds. This alone is worth the cost of admission. Oh yeah, Personal Capital is free. 🙂
- Quickly check our net worth.
- See our overall asset allocation and make sure it is on target.
- Check our credit card spending to make sure there are no surprises.
- See how much cash we have on hand.
- When there is a big change with our finance, I’d go through their Retirement Planner. It is a good simulator.
Personal Capital is a really great tool and they keep improving it every year. They make money by signing people up for their wealth management services. Don’t feel pressure to join this service if you don’t want to.
If you haven’t tried them yet, you can sign up with Personal Capital through my sign up link.
You can also read my full review of Personal Capital here.
For 2018, Joe plans to diversify his passive income by investing in US heartland real estate through RealtyShares. He has 3 rental units in Portland and he believes the local market is getting overpriced.
Joe highly recommends Personal Capital for DIY investors. He logs on to Personal Capital almost daily to check his cash flow and net worth. They have many useful tools that will help every investor analyze their portfolio and plan for retirement.
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