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Whakamole wrote: Sat Aug 28, 2021 1:27 pm NW broke through $2.5M yesterday, all in investments. NW has been on an absolute tear recently, the only good thing over the past year or so. I don't live on much, so if I continued to subsist on current standard of living and didn't take many trips, the finances for ER work now. Not doing it yet, since pay is very good and travel is very difficult. Hopefully in the next few years.

I'm two paychecks from filling up my 401(k) - tax-deferred, catchup (eligible this year!), and mega backdoor - IRA, HSA, and maximum I-bonds through a personal account and trust. Including corporate match, that's $95K. Whew! :shock:
You’re killing it! Great job!
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Paid off the mortgage yesterday! 9 years, 11 months, and 15 days in. Plus 3 refinances.

The culmination of a 4 year plan. First, to accumulate enough assets that I could pay it off quickly. With the plunge in bond rates over the past year I accelerated things (I view negative bonds as a useful concept for quantifying risk and couldn't find attractive refinancing). Then I took a 401k loan to do some interest rate (bond) arbitrage and now ... it's gone! :sharebeer

I still have the 401k loan, but that's a loan to myself, so I'm willing to celebrate. Thanks to BH for all the wisdom along the way. I listened to both the "Pay it off, feels great" people AND those who cautioned about the importance of liquidity and the merits of holding a low-rate mortgage. Both perspectives are valid, and were helpful to me.
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AnonJohn wrote: Wed Sep 01, 2021 1:47 pm Paid off the mortgage yesterday! 9 years, 11 months, and 15 days in. Plus 3 refinances.

The culmination of a 4 year plan. First, to accumulate enough assets that I could pay it off quickly. With the plunge in bond rates over the past year I accelerated things (I view negative bonds as a useful concept for quantifying risk and couldn't find attractive refinancing). Then I took a 401k loan to do some interest rate (bond) arbitrage and now ... it's gone! :sharebeer

I still have the 401k loan, but that's a loan to myself, so I'm willing to celebrate. Thanks to BH for all the wisdom along the way. I listened to both the "Pay it off, feels great" people AND those who cautioned about the importance of liquidity and the merits of holding a low-rate mortgage. Both perspectives are valid, and were helpful to me.
Congratulations! That’s a big accomplishment!
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Stinky wrote: Wed Sep 01, 2021 2:36 pm
AnonJohn wrote: Wed Sep 01, 2021 1:47 pm Paid off the mortgage yesterday! 9 years, 11 months, and 15 days in. Plus 3 refinances.

The culmination of a 4 year plan. First, to accumulate enough assets that I could pay it off quickly. With the plunge in bond rates over the past year I accelerated things (I view negative bonds as a useful concept for quantifying risk and couldn't find attractive refinancing). Then I took a 401k loan to do some interest rate (bond) arbitrage and now ... it's gone! :sharebeer

I still have the 401k loan, but that's a loan to myself, so I'm willing to celebrate. Thanks to BH for all the wisdom along the way. I listened to both the "Pay it off, feels great" people AND those who cautioned about the importance of liquidity and the merits of holding a low-rate mortgage. Both perspectives are valid, and were helpful to me.
Congratulations! That’s a big accomplishment!
Thanks! :sharebeer
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Just hit $850k net worth today at age 30, spouse 28. It's a fairly arbitrary milestone and I would have waited until $900k except that our first baby is due in 2 months and I don't think we'll quite reach that by then given we have some home projects and other expenses planned. Regardless, I'm pretty happy about our finances. I did not go into my 20s very optimistic about money, and I would have thought it highly unlikely that we'd reach this point so early, especially given that we didn't always make optimal decisions.
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dboeger1 wrote: Wed Sep 01, 2021 8:41 pm Just hit $850k net worth today at age 30, spouse 28. It's a fairly arbitrary milestone and I would have waited until $900k except that our first baby is due in 2 months and I don't think we'll quite reach that by then given we have some home projects and other expenses planned. Regardless, I'm pretty happy about our finances. I did not go into my 20s very optimistic about money, and I would have thought it highly unlikely that we'd reach this point so early, especially given that we didn't always make optimal decisions.
That is an incredible achievement at age 30! Congratulations! You’ve planted a big seed for compounding to do its work on.
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dboeger1 wrote: Wed Sep 01, 2021 8:41 pm Just hit $850k net worth today at age 30, spouse 28. It's a fairly arbitrary milestone and I would have waited until $900k except that our first baby is due in 2 months and I don't think we'll quite reach that by then given we have some home projects and other expenses planned. Regardless, I'm pretty happy about our finances. I did not go into my 20s very optimistic about money, and I would have thought it highly unlikely that we'd reach this point so early, especially given that we didn't always make optimal decisions.

Congratulations on your first baby due in 2 months :D , and on that other milestone.
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I check DW’s and my investments the first of every month. Yesterday was my first day of retirement. We are entering retirement with $3.7M, albeit in a HCOL area. Still debating whether it makes sense to pay off the mortgage since we will downsize within the next 5 years or so and the monthly payment is only $1300.
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ClaycordJCA wrote: Thu Sep 02, 2021 11:53 am I check DW’s and my investments the first of every month. Yesterday was my first day of retirement. We are entering retirement with $3.7M, albeit in a HCOL area. Still debating whether it makes sense to pay off the mortgage since we will downsize within the next 5 years or so and the monthly payment is only $1300.
Congratulations on your retirement yesterday :) .

I don't have advice on what to do with your mortgage note if downsizing in a few years. (We love being debt free. But I don't live in a high cost of living area, and don't know your interest rate or remaining balance.)
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ruralavalon wrote: Thu Sep 02, 2021 12:00 pm
ClaycordJCA wrote: Thu Sep 02, 2021 11:53 am I check DW’s and my investments the first of every month. Yesterday was my first day of retirement. We are entering retirement with $3.7M, albeit in a HCOL area. Still debating whether it makes sense to pay off the mortgage since we will downsize within the next 5 years or so and the monthly payment is only $1300.
Congratulations on your retirement yesterday :) .

I don't have advice on what to do with your mortgage note if downsizing in a few years. (We love being debt free. But I don't live in a high cost of living area, and don't know your interest rate or remaining balance.)
Thank you. $299k at 3%. Currently, $750 or so of the payment goes toward interest.
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ClaycordJCA wrote: Thu Sep 02, 2021 7:15 pm
ruralavalon wrote: Thu Sep 02, 2021 12:00 pm
ClaycordJCA wrote: Thu Sep 02, 2021 11:53 am I check DW’s and my investments the first of every month. Yesterday was my first day of retirement. We are entering retirement with $3.7M, albeit in a HCOL area. Still debating whether it makes sense to pay off the mortgage since we will downsize within the next 5 years or so and the monthly payment is only $1300.
Congratulations on your retirement yesterday :) .

I don't have advice on what to do with your mortgage note if downsizing in a few years. (We love being debt free. But I don't live in a high cost of living area, and don't know your interest rate or remaining balance.)
Thank you. $299k at 3%. Currently, $750 or so of the payment goes toward interest.
You might be able to refinance with to a lower interest rate, or recast the mortgage by paying off some of the principal.

Not being in high cost of living area, and not knowing your other financial details like portfolio withdrawal rate, I still can't make a recommendation.
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Here is one from me.
One of my accounts, which is by far the largest, added a second comma yesterday evening.
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abat.rama wrote: Fri Sep 03, 2021 11:12 am Here is one from me.
One of my accounts, which is by far the largest, added a second comma yesterday evening.
$1 million in your account. That’s wonderful.

Congratulations!
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abat.rama wrote: Fri Sep 03, 2021 11:12 am Here is one from me.
One of my accounts, which is by far the largest, added a second comma yesterday evening.
Congratulations :) .
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Crossed 1 million in net worth last month! 26 years old and married. Goal in college was to do it by 29 years old (wanted to do it before 30).

First million is supposed to be the hardest, new goal is 10 million by 35
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Boilermaker10 wrote: Sun Sep 05, 2021 10:13 am Crossed 1 million in net worth last month! 26 years old and married. Goal in college was to do it by 29 years old (wanted to do it before 30).

First million is supposed to be the hardest, new goal is 10 million by 35
Achieving $1 million NW at age 26 is very impressive. Congratulations!

Accumulating $9 million more in the next 9 years will require a high income and an exceptional savings rate (or an IPO windfall). Best to you in striving toward that goal.
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Won’t be any ipo windfall. Live in LCOL area, self employed and wife has good job. High savings rate and fairly aggressive investment strategy.
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Stinky wrote: Fri Sep 03, 2021 11:45 am
abat.rama wrote: Fri Sep 03, 2021 11:12 am Here is one from me.
One of my accounts, which is by far the largest, added a second comma yesterday evening.
$1 million in your account. That’s wonderful.

Congratulations!
ruralavalon wrote: Fri Sep 03, 2021 2:20 pm
abat.rama wrote: Fri Sep 03, 2021 11:12 am Here is one from me.
One of my accounts, which is by far the largest, added a second comma yesterday evening.
Congratulations :) .
Thank you both! I come from a humble background. USA is truly a land of (economic) opportunity.
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PhillyPhan wrote: Thu Dec 17, 2020 4:34 pm With the rise in the markets today, my wife and I have joined the 2 comma club!

It feels great to cross this milestone after chipping away at it for the last 15 years individually and 3+ years as a married couple.

It is not lost on me how fortunate I have been to have benefited from the long bull market run and steady employment.

Excited to continue our journey while soaking in all that life has to offer. Thank you to all who have provided guidance and advise along the way. I truly believe this site is a game changer and wish my high school teachers and college professors would have referenced it.

Cheers! :sharebeer
With the bull market continuing in 2021 and my spouse and I staying employed, we have reached 1.3 million as of Friday.

:sharebeer :sharebeer
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PhillyPhan wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 6:46 pm
PhillyPhan wrote: Thu Dec 17, 2020 4:34 pm With the rise in the markets today, my wife and I have joined the 2 comma club!

It feels great to cross this milestone after chipping away at it for the last 15 years individually and 3+ years as a married couple.

It is not lost on me how fortunate I have been to have benefited from the long bull market run and steady employment.

Excited to continue our journey while soaking in all that life has to offer. Thank you to all who have provided guidance and advise along the way. I truly believe this site is a game changer and wish my high school teachers and college professors would have referenced it.

Cheers! :sharebeer
With the bull market continuing in 2021 and my spouse and I staying employed, we have reached 1.3 million as of Friday.

:sharebeer :sharebeer
Congratulations! On your way to 2 million.
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Just put through the wire to pay off the mortgage, which is the only debt we have left. (A surprisingly convoluted process to get this all taken care of... a fax was involved fer-cryin-out-loud!)

Thanks to all here for the advice and support. On to the next milestone! :sharebeer
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JupiterJones wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 3:20 pm Just put through the wire to pay off the mortgage, which is the only debt we have left. (A surprisingly convoluted process to get this all taken care of... a fax was involved fer-cryin-out-loud!)

Thanks to all here for the advice and support. On to the next milestone! :sharebeer

Congratulations on paying off the mortgage and becoming debt free :D
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JupiterJones wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 3:20 pm Just put through the wire to pay off the mortgage, which is the only debt we have left. (A surprisingly convoluted process to get this all taken care of... a fax was involved fer-cryin-out-loud!)

Thanks to all here for the advice and support. On to the next milestone! :sharebeer
There’s no better feeling than knowing that you own your home free and clear.

Congratulations.
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JupiterJones wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 3:20 pm Just put through the wire to pay off the mortgage, which is the only debt we have left. (A surprisingly convoluted process to get this all taken care of... a fax was involved fer-cryin-out-loud!)

Thanks to all here for the advice and support. On to the next milestone! :sharebeer
Congratulations!! :sharebeer
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angelescrest wrote: Sat May 15, 2021 6:38 am
Stinky wrote: Fri May 14, 2021 9:11 pm
angelescrest wrote: Fri May 14, 2021 6:36 pm We just crossed into the seven figure space. :shock:

There is a caveat here, however. We just sold our house, and the funds cleared. I wasn't really counting our home value as a part of our net worth since it's a moving target, but we are also not going to be buying a home anytime in the next couple years. So, the :moneybag is ours until we buy again. The home sale proceeds was about 15% of our net worth.

Still, adding up all the numbers across the accounts, and here we are, in a spot I could never have fathomed years ago. Definitely could not have fathomed it when I first logged onto Bogleheads and started asking questions. I had no idea what I was doing. Always wondered who those people were who hit the millionaire status and what they did. We never made a lot of money. I'm not even comfortable using that word--millionaire--in reference to myself. So, I'm not sure how I feel. How am I supposed to feel? Another day, another dollar. But I do think it's important to celebrate milestones, and as I've not told anyone I know, I'm sharing this with all of you. Wish I could sit down with a few of you in person to reflect, and buy you all a round. :beer
Congratulations! And thank you so much for sharing your story.

You can repeat it - you are a millionaire.
Thank you! Thirteen years ago I had $30,000 exactly in my retirement accounts, and tons of school and housing debt from the Great Recession. If I can make it, many Americans can. But of course, this is just a step toward the goal of financial independence and enough money to provide my children a rewarding college education.
How did you do this? I am 37 and have 250K in accounts.
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Crossed over 1.5 in stocks/bonds and cash.
HCOL with no mortgage and 550 in equity.
Never had high paying jobs. Did it all with RE and sweat equity over the past 28 years. Made some excellent decisions, jumped on opportunities and worked hard.
Our last rental investment property went on the mls today so more coming.

I remember when we put 10k in Vanguard in 1995 and thought that was so great!
This forum has been instrumental in building our knowledge base and confidence.

Thanks all.
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ruralavalon wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 3:33 pm Congratulations on paying off the mortgage and becoming debt free :D
Stinky wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 3:55 pm There’s no better feeling than knowing that you own your home free and clear.

Congratulations.
jaqenhghar wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 4:07 pm Congratulations!! :sharebeer
Thanks, ruralavalon, Stinky, and jaqenhghar! :beer
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coynerone wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 5:27 pm Crossed over 1.5 in stocks/bonds and cash.
HCOL with no mortgage and 550 in equity.
Never had high paying jobs. Did it all with RE and sweat equity over the past 28 years. Made some excellent decisions, jumped on opportunities and worked hard.
Our last rental investment property went on the mls today so more coming.

I remember when we put 10k in Vanguard in 1995 and thought that was so great!
This forum has been instrumental in building our knowledge base and confidence.

Thanks all.
Nice work, congrats!

Yeah, we've kept pretty good records of our finances since marriage, and it's always interesting to see where we used to be back then. Seems so puny now, but it sure seemed like a lot back then. And anyway, everyone has to start with "puny" to get to "not puny"!
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Got a big raise yesterday that pushed me over $200k income for the first time. This is going to really accelerate our savings and allow for a nice balance between retirement / house projects / vacations, etc.
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as9 wrote: Tue Sep 14, 2021 11:38 am Got a big raise yesterday that pushed me over $200k income for the first time. This is going to really accelerate our savings and allow for a nice balance between retirement / house projects / vacations, etc.
Congratulations on your raise :) .
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as9 wrote: Tue Sep 14, 2021 11:38 am Got a big raise yesterday that pushed me over $200k income for the first time. This is going to really accelerate our savings and allow for a nice balance between retirement / house projects / vacations, etc.
Nice :sharebeer

Did you have to switch jobs to get it, or were you able to get the big bump in your existing position?
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Onlineid3089 wrote: Tue Sep 14, 2021 2:00 pm
as9 wrote: Tue Sep 14, 2021 11:38 am Got a big raise yesterday that pushed me over $200k income for the first time. This is going to really accelerate our savings and allow for a nice balance between retirement / house projects / vacations, etc.
Nice :sharebeer

Did you have to switch jobs to get it, or were you able to get the big bump in your existing position?
Same job, but had a competing offer. Got a nice new title too.
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More like a trailhead than a milestone but well begun is half done, right. Conversion was about 0.015 percent of total assets invested. May not seem like much but just understanding how conversions fit into our retirement plans and getting set up to do the conversions was a big step for me.
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Have you guys tried calculating the rate of increase of your net worth from since you started investing? For kicks, I did that today, starting from when I was a medical resident 25 years ago. I’m getting a 27% annualized return. This of course includes contributions on top of the actual investment returns….aka…the Beardstown Ladies brand of arithmetic. Still, I thought it was cool to see net worth far outpace inflation over the past 25 years. Net worth is net worth, so to my mind the end result is no less valid, even if not attained purely by investment growth.
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A-Commoner wrote: Sun Sep 19, 2021 3:18 pm Have you guys tried calculating the rate of increase of your net worth from since you started investing? For kicks, I did that today, starting from when I was a medical resident 25 years ago. I’m getting a 27% annualized return. This of course includes contributions on top of the actual investment returns….aka…the Beardstown Ladies brand of arithmetic. Still, I thought it was cool to see net worth far outpace inflation over the past 25 years. Net worth is net worth, so to my mind the end result is no less valid, even if not attained purely by investment growth.
A commoner

Yes I did that with using

Historical contribution limits on IRA https://dqydj.com/historical-ira-contribution-limit/

Historical contribution limits on 401, 403b, & 457 https://dqydj.com/historical-401k-contr ... %20rows%20

Here is my break down using SSA earnings from its website I was able to figure out my average annualized rate of return based with present portfolio balance.

this is on my profile

https://imgur.com/a/Gi5VKcO

average annual rate of return for 34 years 7.5% on 2.6 million portfolio

my net worth is 3 million plus
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