Recently I was talking to a buddy of mine about something I was reviewing already, my retirement number. I had a comment that made me question my basic model on taxes, so I decided to enhance it and post here.
I found a good municipal bond fund that I think is a good candidate for my retirement portfolio.
I think my expectation of a 25% tax rate in retirement may be too high. Recent information I have found suggests that it may be much lower.
A new pie chart for my monthly reports.
I’ve adjusted my timeline to retire generation code to account for taxes on the money I will withdraw.
Progress to Early Retirement: 51%Progress to Financial Independence: 68%Progress to Half Income: 100%Percent Home Ownership: 60.4% Payoff Date 12/01/2029 Net … More
Buy a home you can pay off in 15 years and you will likely become a millionaire.
I am really starting to get excited about the idea that we might actually, finally, get competition back in the ISP market.
Efficiency can be expensive and end up costing you more money than you might save.
A quick look at my Kiva.org loans going back 12 years.