Category: Financial Episodes
March 10, 2020
February could have been worse. I had to take more than half the month off because of my military service, didn’t start my first load until the 18th. With that being said, I still made a profit. Here is a quick overview.
February 18, 2020
January was a much better month than I was expecting. In fact, it was the best month I have ever had. Listen to the episode to learn what contributed to the success. Here is a quick overview, and Craig and I talk about all the details during the episode.
January 14, 2020
December was a tough month. I had to do an engine rebuild, so I was out of commission and did not pick up my first load until the 17th. I ran until the 23rd and then was back at it on the 26th. I was hoping to take a little more time off around the holidays, but fate wanted me taking my time off earlier in the month.
December 10, 2019
Here’s another episode where we cover the financials for Haulin Assets.
November 12, 2019
October was the best month I have had in a while, even though revenue was down a little bit. Here is a quick overview, and Craig and I talk about all the details during the episode. Scroll to the bottom and you’ll see copies of the Profit and Loss Statement and the Balance Sheet.
October 15, 2019
Overall, it was a pretty good month. Here is a quick overview, and we talk about all the details. There are a lot of things that happened this month and we talk about all of them in this episode, so give it a listen.
September 24, 2019
I’m pleasantly surprised I made money in August. If you have been listening to the podcast, you will know I am in the Army National Guard and I did my two-week training period during August. I was only on the road for 10 full days and two partial days in August. My total mileage for the month was only 6,645. Even with half the month off I was able to make all the important payments and the company made $595.65. The down side was, as a driver I earned half of what I normally would. Luckily, I get paid from the National Guard to make up for it.