Category: Financial Episodes

February 18, 2020

January Financials, Not What I Expected | Episode 38

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.

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January 14, 2020

December Financials | Episode 35

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.

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December 10, 2019

November Financials | Episode 31

Here’s another episode where we cover the financials for Haulin Assets.

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November 12, 2019

October Financials | Episode 28

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.

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October 15, 2019

September Financials | Episode 24

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.

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September 24, 2019

August Financials | Episode 21

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.

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