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Deals3 hours ago Driving a beater car can make you a lot of money. As a car fanatic who has owned beater cars and luxury cars, let me explain. After writing, Never Buy A New Car In Its First Year Of Redesign, a reader commented that he netted about $17,500 in reimbursements from driving his 2002 economy car roughly 35,000 miles. At first, I thought there was no way he could receive reimbursements more than …
1% Off6 hours ago The top 1% is also the 30-year-old Google software engineer from Caltech who brings in $500,000 a year, including RSUs, with over $300,000 in savings. The top 1% is the 35-year-old cardiologist who is finally making over $480,000 a year after 11 years of post high school education and 3 years of residency work at $60,000 a year.
1% Off7 hours ago First off, I would argue there’s a HUGE difference between the 1% (doctor) and the 0.1% (hedge fund manager). The doctor probably ends up paying between 30-40% effective tax rate because all of his/her income is earned (through labor). In addition, the doctor actually contributes to society. Whereas the hedge fund manager has long-term
Deals3 hours ago A Taxi driver takes off whenever he wants and visits his family in his country of origin for about 3 months every year. =pretty rich. A hot shot lawyer works crazy hours, wont get more than 2 weeks off a year and that too when the companies allows, and days off are a no no. He does make a handsome chunk of money= Corporate slave.
Deals1 hours ago A blank canvas is worth millions The right money mindset is important to get rich. If you don't have the right money mindset you will miss out on opportunities. This post will discuss how you can develop a stronger money mindset to achieve financial freedom sooner. Every day I encounter seemingly bizarre examples of people getting rich or things that are worth millions that shouldn't be.
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1% Off8 hours ago The cut off point for the top 50% is $33,000 in income a year. I think my auto-mechanic makes at least $100,000 a year in SF given he owns his own shop. Teachers make $35-80,000 a year here, and roofers also make $50,000+.
$3 Off4 hours ago Therefore, to be a real millionaire, you will need much more than $1 million. With $3 million, you can withdraw at a more appropriate 2% or 3% and generate $60,000 – $90,000 a year. $60,000 – $90,000 a year still isn’t living a rich lifestyle. But it’s inline with the real median household income of roughly $68,000.
Deals3 hours ago Savings is the foundation of good personal finance. This article will discuss how much savings to accumulate by age so you can achieve financial independence and retire comfortably. It's important to have savings targets at every age to keep you on track. I don't want to hear excuses as to why you can't save if you want to be free. Go somewhere else please.
Deals5 hours ago In order to comfortably raise a family in an expensive coastal city like San Francisco or New York, you've got to make at least $300,000 a year. Thanks to inflation, $300,000 may be required for you to live a middle class lifestyle today. You can certainly raise a family earning less as many do. But it won't be easy if your goal is to save for retirement, save for your child's education, own
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Deals5 hours ago Travel is amazing, especially when you can travel for free. This post will highlight the best way to travel for free and lower your taxable income as well! My Travel Background Since childhood, I've had the travel bug because growing up, that's all I did. I was born in Manila, Philippines, stayed briefly in Washington, DC and moved to Lusaka, Zambia for a couple years.
5% Off1 hours ago Before the pandemic, the personal saving rate in America hovered between 5% - 6%. Post pandemic, the personal saving rate in America shot up above 25% as people freaked out about their future. We already know the main reasons why people go into debt are due to greed, stupidity, entitlement, desperation, and insecurity. The debt article offers five solutions on how to eventually …
74% Off9 hours ago 20.4k/12 = 1.7k per month. —-> Wrong. Should be around $35,500 net = $2,960/month, 74% more than what is stated. The effective tax rate on a $53,000 income is around 17%. Add on 9% state tax, and at most he’s around 26%. His Roth deduction is fine, if he doesn’t want to contribute $5,000 in a traditional pre-tax.
Deals7 hours ago The following is a guest post from a 25-year-old Financial Samurai reader who lives in Washington, DC, makes $55,000 a year and maxes out his 401(k). He believes maxing out your 401(k) is a choice on an average income. For those of you who feel like you can't max out your 401(k), maybe this post will inspire you. After Sam published his article, Achieving Financial Freedom On A Modest …
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100% Off5 hours ago Using FS DAIR, you would allocate 100% of every dollar saved beyond your comfortable liquidity level (6 months minimum is my recommendation) until the 16% credit card debt is paid off. Then you would allocate 90% of your savings towards paying down your P2P loan debt and 10% to invest. Once the P2P loan debt is paid off, then allocate 30% of
2% OffJust Now If goodness forbid you live for 35 years after retiring at 60, then you can only live off of $28,571 – $71,000. If we use a 2% inflation rate to calculate what $1,000,000 – $5,000,000 is worth today, its only worth about $5500,000 – $2,355,000. We know that due to inflation, a dollar today will not go as far as a dollar 30+ years from now.
Deals3 hours ago Without children, a $500,000 would likely never be scraping by. They are getting a discount with two kids, given childcare for one kid costs closer to $30,000 a year. The $42,000 a year cost can be spent on daycare or a day nanny, although some contend that $42,000 is not enough.
Deals4 hours ago Now that we know 10 million dollars can generate between $150,000 – $400,000 a year without the help from Social Security, let’s go through a budget. I’ve decided to compromise and say 10 million dollars can generate $250,000 a year in relatively low-risk retirement income. This $250,000 budget is for a household of four with two young
Deals7 hours ago If there is one time to have money and spend money, it's during a pandemic. Money should help make difficult times more bearable. If you can't afford to spend extra money during a pandemic, then you can always revenge spend once the pandemic is over. Revenge spending is a way to make up for tougher times since the lockdowns began in early 2020.
$40 Off2 hours ago Do frugal people have an unfair competitive advantage when it comes to accumulating a prodigious amount of wealth because they were just born that way? I'm beginning to wonder based on two things that happened recently. 1) Homejoy, a three year old housecleaning startup, decided to close its doors after raising about $40 million in funding.
Deals7 hours ago Yes I budget and use coupons…but when I wanted to splurge on the watch I went ahead and did it because the money was in my fun money account.Personal finance is about managing YOUR money…and while I would not spend $23K on a watch (at my current income) if I made more money and there was a Fossil watch that I wanted I would consider it if I
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Deals9 hours ago There's an incredible joy of living within your means. The more you can live within your means, the happier you will become. You will appreciate more of what you have, and desire less of what you don't. 'Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.' - Epicurus It's been a year and a half since …
$26.427 Off5 hours ago The La Mesa bond is a zero coupon bond that pays no coupon i.e. no income each year. In exchange, you can buy one La Mesa bond for only $73.573, a $26.427 discount to par value. When it matures on 8/1/2026, you get $100 for each share you buy, which comes out to …
Deals7 hours ago An empty unit is a way to show off your selfishness — ESPECIALLY in a city like SF. Let people live, literally. the hassle free life of picking up other forms of passive income – mainly dividends, but you could include royalties, coupons or trademarks as well. Online income is an awesome way to go as well. Reply. Romeo Jeremiah says
Deals7 hours ago After working for 10 consecutive years post college, I no longer wanted to be rich. Instead, I wanted to be free and went John Galt in an attempt to unplug from the Matrix. It took three more years of planning but I finally managed to escape, or so I hope. There's just one nagging feeling of guilt that is weighing me down ever since I finished my taxes.
4% Off1 hours ago If we shoot for a 4% return, we’d still need to amass $2,500,000 in after-tax capital. Therefore, my goal over the next several years is clear: accumulate an additional $2,500,000 to $6,667,000 in capital. Once we reach at least $2,500,000 in additional wealth, I’ll then seriously revisit what’s next for Financial Samurai.
Deals4 hours ago The following is a guest post by Colleen Kong-Savage on why she is in favor of eating out in the big city. She is in the middle of changing her financial habits after a recent divorce. I'm a big proponent of tackling specific financial habits one at a time vs. all at once to increase our chances of change. Let's see how Colleen did with her no eat out challenge in Manhattan.
Deals7 hours ago Sometimes we all need a redo in life. About once every couple of years, a Financial Samurai post goes a little nuts on the internet. Recently, Twitter got a hold of “Scraping By On $500,000 A Year: Why High Income Earners Can’t Escape The Rat Race” and consumed it like a rabid dog shaking a rag doll. I first started noticing Twitter activity one Friday morning.
3.5% OffJust Now Last week I sold $200k from a Muni Bond mutual fund (Vanguard VWITX) to pay off our 3.5% mortgage. Why? I’m FIRE’ing in June, and don’t need more than the Risk Free 3.5% I “earn” by paying off them the mortgage. Muni’s, via mutual funds, have some risk of capital loss as interest rates rise. I decided to go risk free.
2.5% Off2 hours ago With the 30 year government bond yielding like 2.5%, I would much rather pay off my mortgage sooner than tie up my money into bonds. My rate on my mortgage is 3.675%, and in my opinion the interest saved by paying of my mortgage early is the same as interest earned. And the tax savings is pretty negligible over the 7-year period I plan to pay
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7% Off5 hours ago The other issue i had was the lack of coupons. this was a deterrent but given the assumption of 7% absolute returns over 5yrs was comparable with your CDs, this also made sense. thus, it’s a flat or mildly bearish market that will cause this structured product to underperform. With regards to fees, 0.50% upfront is very cheap for 5yr structures.
28% Off5 hours ago By taking money off the top first, it was easier to adjust to a $28,000 gross salary. It also felt good that I didn’t have to pay a 28% federal tax rate on the $10,500 either. With $10,500 a year in pre-tax savings and another ~$2,200 a year left in after-tax savings, I …
8.2% Off8 hours ago According to First Data, credit card usage was up 8.2% YoY in 1Q2011, 9% YoY in 2Q2015, and 10.6% YoY in 3Q. If those aren't healthy signs of consumers spending again, I don't know what is. What's a little more shocking is that the latest November industry-wide car sales figures are up 14% YoY to 994,000 according to Auto Data Corp with Chrysler leading the way up 45% YoY!
43% Off6 hours ago Asian: $98,174 ($29,471 or 43% higher than overall median) White: $76,057 ($7,354 or 10.7% higher than overall median) All races median household income: $68,703. Hispanic: $56,113 ($12,590 or 18.3% lower than overall median) Black: $45,438 ($23,265 or 33.8% lower than overall median) What’s great about this latest income by race data is that all races have seen a healthy rise …
Deals7 hours ago Building a blogging business and making money from blogging is one of the most attractive opportunities in the new decade. Buying blogs makes a lot of sense post pandemic. A blog can be a very lucrative business, especially since it cannot be shutdown. When a blog can stay open 24/7 during a pandemic, of course the reliability of its revenue increases.
5% Off7 hours ago The biggest problem I see in society is the widening gap between the rich and the poor. When CEOs make 300X their average worker's salary and the top 5% own roughly 74% of all the assets, we've got some serious wealth inequality here! I was just at this political fund raiser party which consisted of a couple hedge fund partners, a pre-IPO Chairman (host), and a CEO of a major food company and