This is my month in review post with fresh charts. I talk about, oil purchases, running, a delay on our deck, and hint at some money moves that will be detailed in a further post.
Lawn mowing costs over 20 years can add up to a lot of money if you DIY instead of hiring a crew.
This is my monthly review of what happened and how our investments did. New Charts help tell the story.
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…
Buy a home you can pay off in 15 years and you will likely become a millionaire.