Networth

Cisco / Eng John360
Jan 9 22 Comments

What's your networth? And how you get there?

TC: 180k

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  • Oracle
    lllllli

    Oracle

    PRE
    Google, Facebook, Instacart, Twitter, Uber, Air Asia, IBM, Cisco
    llllllimore
    Useless w/o age.
    Jan 9 0
  • Microsoft 4RunnerFTW
    “<200k”.... how? Hookers and blow.

    TC or GTFO
    Jan 9 1
    • Oracle
      lllllli

      Oracle

      PRE
      Google, Facebook, Instacart, Twitter, Uber, Air Asia, IBM, Cisco
      llllllimore
      Or simply young.
      Jan 9
  • Cisco / Other scoobysnax
    We saved everything extra plus 20+% of our income and lived entirely on the remaining cash flow no matter what it was. Lean years, fat years, all the same. No Teslas, no BMWs, no Mercedes. No asshole toys to impress other assholes.
    Jan 9 3
    • Leanplum Boolsak
      What about other kinds of sex toys? Can't imagine a life without my trusty butt plug.
      Jan 9
    • New / Eng pTfU32
      So now you going to die rich? Congrats on being richest guy in the cemetery.
      Jan 10
    • Cisco / Other emblem
      I’m going to retire this year at 42.
      Jan 10
  • New DuQvV7x
    This is the 3rd one of these today.

    Market must be going back higher again...
    Jan 9 2
    • What? How? The US economy is dying if you read the news.
      Jan 9
    • New DuQvV7x
      The market is not the economy
      Jan 9
  • New b37
    Age 42, $350k or so, including an apartment worth about $140k. Saved nearly half of my pay for 20 years, putting basically all of it in low-interest bank accounts (as an American abroad, investment in the stock market is not easy). Bought my apartment in 2008 with my entire savings and started saving all over again. TC 32k to start, about 46k now.
    Jan 9 5
    • HP / Eng Modulus
      How much TC is passive? That's impressive at 46k.
      Jan 10
    • New b37
      Passive? I earn maybe $200 per year in interest and dividends. But if you count the "free rent" that I get from owning my residence, it feels like I have a passive "income" of almost $1000 per month; all I have to pay is maintenance and property tax, which are cheap compared to my hometown New York.
      Jan 10
    • New / Eng pTfU32
      What kind of work do you do?
      Jan 10
    • HP / Eng Modulus
      Passive income is income from past work done. For example, if you took a lien against your current residence and bought another which you rented out, it would generate income which you essentially do not work for as well as pay for it's own loan. Congrats on owning your own place, keep the momentum going!
      Jan 10
    • New b37
      @pTfU32 - back office in fintech.
      Jan 11
  • Google xorraxrax
    1m to 4m seems too wide of a bucket.
    Jan 9 0
  • Expedia bandito
    Home appreciation mostly, but sizable savings (SEP/ 401k)
    Jan 9 0
  • Amazon / Eng tenders
    I have done the needful to get where I am
    Jan 9 0
  • Stitch Fix afsc16
    The right way to ask this question is $$ / YOE
    Jan 9 0
  • How do you get there? Saving as much as you can
    Jan 9 0
  • Compass / Eng
    FUPayMe

    Compass Eng

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    Google
    FUPayMemore
    Sub 5m
    Jan 10 0

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