I only started tracking our net worth on Google Sheets in 2015. It’s unbelievable how useful this tool is and I can never quite understand why I didn’t do it earlier. It was only after the size of the investment portfolio becoming significant that triggered the need for me to have a better tracking system. That being said, I track our Singapore portfolio on SGXcafe and it’s a great tool for monitoring the portfolio. I use Google Sheets to monitor our total assets, liabilities, income & expenses; so the market value of the Singapore portfolio is included but I rely on SGXcafe to track the average price, unrealised gains & losses etc of the various Singapore stocks. If you have no idea how and where to start with managing your personal finances, I would recommend getting all the relevant information down into a Google Spreadsheet as your first step.

What is a Google Sheet?

Firstly, you …