Yeah, other than the ranking on the sheet I don't see the need to add lots of personal information to it. Sure as a person who loves numbers it would be interesting and add in hours of running numbers and such which is fun, but you can look it up on my profile too.
I'm a software engineer, 30 years old, married, and a single income family. I make roughly $90k a year, which has increased so far every year for the past 3 or 4 years. After taxes and healthcare deductions our take home is $4600 a month + 4 5th week paychecks. General savings is $1100 into IRA's (will be $916 next year, but due to the move we started late), and an extra $250 towards principle on the mortgage. Including principle on the mortgage, and evenly distributing extra savings from the 5th pay check, total savings each month is roughly $2000. We expect to get a good tax return due to the IRA cotributions, which spread out over 12 months would increase our monthly savings to $2500. This is all without counting increased stock values or dividend income. We are roughly at a 50% savings rate.
Our first milestone after $100k is $300k. At $300k we have the option to move back to Taiwan and retire due to the ridiculously low cost of living. At that point I would say that we have enough fuck you money. Extended goals would be to add more buffer into that number, and continue working as long as it is fun and to ease into retirement possibly by going less full time. If we can save up to $500k, or $600k that would be ideal, we could then choose living in the States or back in Taiwan. With some smart planning I can continue to make money working some part time gigs teaching English in Taiwan to pay for some luxuries.
I am interested in trying to lower our cost of living here. We are living pretty well, but the largest expense is still the car. Thinking of switching to something more fuel efficient and cheaper to insure than our BMW (2002, 130k miles bought 2 years ago for $8k, no with 163k miles and worth $4k(not included in NW) and have only added about 2500 miles this year since moving close to work).