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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1051 on: March 18, 2018, 09:25:58 PM »
If I look at cash and securities only (not counting rental equity or primary residence equity) I belong on this thread

1/2016  $137K
1/2017  $154K
9/2017  $244K  (cash out refinance of primary residence in June)

conservative projections:
12/2018  $300K
12/2020  $400K
 6/2022   $500K

remodeling our house- so a decrease

3/2018   $208K  includes 0% credit card debt that will be paid off with HELOC when 0% rate expires in a few months.   Still expecting $300K by the end of 2018
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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1052 on: March 21, 2018, 02:42:56 PM »
Never thought I'd see the day that I would post in this race! But here I am, checking in. Pure insanity.

Might as well start this off clean with no nested quotes. The highlights:

2014 - $115,000
2015 - $161,000
2016 - ?
Early 2017 - $235,000
Year End 2017 - $253,000

And as of now, with values rounded for ease:

Assets

Primary Residence Value - $175,000
Commercial Property Value - $55,000
Vacant Property - $15,000
Newest Real Estate Deal - $12,000
Retirement Assets - $25,000
Cash Assets - $34,000
Vehicular Assets - $16,000

Liabilities

Primary Mortgage - $1000
Secondary Mortgage - $38,000

Net Worth - $293,000

So actually I'm clocking in a little late. The biggest jump was due to the fact that we just got a property appraisal done last week, and the conservative estimate came in $25,000 higher than I've been factoring. I am both overjoyed, and overwhelmed, to be here. Can I actually manage to graduate out of this tier of the race? I guess we're going to find out!

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1053 on: March 21, 2018, 03:13:31 PM »
Never thought I'd see the day that I would post in this race! But here I am, checking in. Pure insanity.

Might as well start this off clean with no nested quotes. The highlights:

2014 - $115,000
2015 - $161,000
2016 - ?
Early 2017 - $235,000
Year End 2017 - $253,000

And as of now, with values rounded for ease:

Assets

Primary Residence Value - $175,000
Commercial Property Value - $55,000
Vacant Property - $15,000
Newest Real Estate Deal - $12,000
Retirement Assets - $25,000
Cash Assets - $34,000
Vehicular Assets - $16,000

Liabilities

Primary Mortgage - $1000
Secondary Mortgage - $38,000

Net Worth - $293,000

So actually I'm clocking in a little late. The biggest jump was due to the fact that we just got a property appraisal done last week, and the conservative estimate came in $25,000 higher than I've been factoring. I am both overjoyed, and overwhelmed, to be here. Can I actually manage to graduate out of this tier of the race? I guess we're going to find out!

Amazing progress psinguine!!!!!

I've commented on this before, I still think you need to have your own blog (or drop the URL). You are a pretty good example of "what can be" with a full on buy in for someone who finally saw the light.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1054 on: March 21, 2018, 04:30:30 PM »
Never thought I'd see the day that I would post in this race! But here I am, checking in. Pure insanity.

Might as well start this off clean with no nested quotes. The highlights:

2014 - $115,000
2015 - $161,000
2016 - ?
Early 2017 - $235,000
Year End 2017 - $253,000

And as of now, with values rounded for ease:

Assets

Primary Residence Value - $175,000
Commercial Property Value - $55,000
Vacant Property - $15,000
Newest Real Estate Deal - $12,000
Retirement Assets - $25,000
Cash Assets - $34,000
Vehicular Assets - $16,000

Liabilities

Primary Mortgage - $1000
Secondary Mortgage - $38,000

Net Worth - $293,000

So actually I'm clocking in a little late. The biggest jump was due to the fact that we just got a property appraisal done last week, and the conservative estimate came in $25,000 higher than I've been factoring. I am both overjoyed, and overwhelmed, to be here. Can I actually manage to graduate out of this tier of the race? I guess we're going to find out!

Amazing progress psinguine!!!!!

I've commented on this before, I still think you need to have your own blog (or drop the URL). You are a pretty good example of "what can be" with a full on buy in for someone who finally saw the light.

JGS

Thank you very much for the kind words!

I actually did start a blog last year, but there's not much going on. I think I was still a little uncertain of what exactly my niche was, and then just as I was finding my voice my life got very very busy.

And honestly I don't expect things to change any time soon. My wife and I just picked up another real estate deal, the biggest we will have ever done by the time all is said and done, and I'm running around in 10 directions at once trying to keep it together. My boss gave me some advice when I went to him for kind words: "The first couple hundred thousand you spend are the hardest. It gets easier after that."

I'm sure it's true. But somehow it does little to lessen the tension.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1055 on: March 21, 2018, 07:14:24 PM »
New guy here just graduated from the last thread

April 28,2017: $253,000

July 7, 2017: $266,000

November 13, 2017: $299,000

March 21, 2018: $328,000 (stopped counting my $8k car lol)

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1056 on: March 22, 2018, 09:23:15 PM »
Hi, I'd like to join. Love seeing everyone's progressive, very motivating :)

I only track quarterly.

January numbers £41,916 (liquid), total net worth £348,747. I think, realistically, we should be able to reach £500,000 by April 2022.

I've also joined the race to £100k.

Happy saving!

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1057 on: March 23, 2018, 05:42:41 PM »
2017
Code: [Select]
Date             Assets           Debts          Net Worth
October 2017 $370,483.90 -$120,007.15 $250,476.80
December 2017 $382,100.79 -$121,838.12 $260,262.67

2018
Code: [Select]
Date             Assets           Debts          Net Worth
January 2018 $390,088.91 -$119,841.70 $270,247.21
February 2018 $393,016.96 -$118,184.89 $274,832.08
March 2018 $388,528.30 -$117,901.07 $270,627.23

Calculating a bit early because I have no more bills and got my last paycheck of the month -- definitely feeling the hit to the market! Down $8500 just between Vanguard and Fidelity alone (no idea how much I've lost on my other/smaller accounts - just have the balances).

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1058 on: March 30, 2018, 04:30:32 AM »
1/1/2012 - $30,000
1/1/2013 - $41,000
1/1/2014 - $60,000
1/1/2015 - $82,000
1/1/2016 - $140,000
1/1/2017 - $256,000

01/01/18 - $361,700
02/01/18 - $375,000
03/01/18 - $376,900
04/01/18 - $378,000

$466k Combined with SO.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1059 on: March 30, 2018, 07:04:43 AM »
Excited to be joining this thread.  Tracking only invested assets.
3/30/2018: $251,491

Graduated the last thread in just under 2 years, hoping to do this one in closer to 1.5 years.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1060 on: March 30, 2018, 09:02:54 AM »
Welcome @aneel !!

Historic
13-Jul     $0
13-Dec   $6,153
14-Dec   $49,012
15-Dec   $101,290
16-Dec   $179,750
17-Dec   $287,830
This Year / This Quarter
18-Jan    $306,111
18-Feb    $301,454
18-Mar   $306,821

Back to the high water mark!

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1061 on: March 30, 2018, 06:37:58 PM »
Jan 2017  $275k
Feb 2017  $287k $???
Mar 2017 $276k
Apr 2017 $282k
May 2017 $287k
Jun 2017 $290k
Jul 2017 $304k
Aug 2017  $311k
Sep 2017 $319k
Oct 2017  $327k
Nov 2017 $331k
Dec 2017  $338k
Jan 2018 $356k
Feb 2018 $426k (windfall)

Mar 2018 $424k

The stock market giveth and the stock market taketh away

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1062 on: March 31, 2018, 08:57:38 AM »
Apr-17   255,900
May-17  263,800
Jun-17   268,100
Jul-17    273,100
Aug-17  276,800
Sep-17  284,500
Oct-17   292,100
Nov-17  302,000
Dec-17  309,500
Jan-18  318,100
Feb-18  321,800
Mar-18  313,540

I had a 403(b) contribution go missing, and I wrote down the value of my car and moto; that plus losses sends my balances lower. I also started manually calculating my NW using a spreadsheet; I had been using Personal Capital before but the site kept losing accounts, making it worse than useless.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1063 on: March 31, 2018, 10:13:15 AM »
Net Worth
12/31/2015:     $245,147
1/31/2016:       $253,633
2/29/2016:       $265,274
3/31/2016:       $261,821
4/30/2016:       $273,255
5/31/2016:       $279,364
6/30/2016:       $287,929
7/31/2016:       $280,650
8/31/2016:       $292,791
9/30/2016:       $301,263
10/31/2016:     $300,583
11/30/2016:     $307,726
12/31/2016:     $319,285 (+11,559)
1/31/2017:       $326,030 (+6,745)
2/28/2017:       $334,870 (+8,840)
3/31/2017:       $350,826 (+15,956)
4/30/2017:       $353,693 (+2,867)
5/31/2017:       $359,361 (+5,668)
6/30/2017:       $366,395 (+7,034)
7/31/2017:       $371,986 (+5,591)
8/31/2017:       $377,400 (+5,414)
9/30/2017:       $391,019 (+13,619)
10/31/2017:     $395,496 (+4,477)
11/30/2017:     $405,169 (+9,673)
12/31/2017:     $431,163 (+25,994)
1/31/2018:       $429,408 (-1,755)
2/28/2018:       $438,436 (+9,028)
3/31/2018:       $456,239 (+17,803)

Liquid + Investments
Quote
11/30/2017$244,302(+$5,973)
12/31/2017$269,821(+$25,519)
1/31/2018$267,190(-$2,631)
2/28/2018$273,837(+$6,647)
3/31/2018$289,294(+$15,457)

Big month for income. Logged dividends (+) and market value changes (-) for the quarter. Relatively low spending and high income made up for a mild negative quarter. However, a lot of cash will go towards 2017 taxes and 2018 Q1 estimated taxes next month.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1064 on: March 31, 2018, 08:04:52 PM »

Big month for income. Logged dividends (+) and market value changes (-) for the quarter. Relatively low spending and high income made up for a mild negative quarter. However, a lot of cash will go towards 2017 taxes and 2018 Q1 estimated taxes next month.

I was waiting for you to blow right by us :) Maybe next month?

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1065 on: March 31, 2018, 08:43:44 PM »
Maybe June... If the market decides it to be so ;)

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1066 on: April 01, 2018, 06:30:12 AM »
2017

Jan 1: 236,254
Feb 1: 250,055
Mar 1: 262,196
Apr 1: 269,959
May 1: 282,665
Jun 1: 284,827
Jul 1: 292,037
Aug 1: 293,168
Sep 1: 297,489
Oct 1: 303,111
Nov 1: 309,583
Dec 1: 316,618

2018
Jan 1: 322,183
Feb 1: 332,735
Mar 1: 328,393

April 1: 327,048
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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1067 on: April 01, 2018, 03:43:49 PM »
Didn't notice, reached >250k in investments and cash in February, so I can join this thread now. Total NW at 380,000 Congratulations on so many of you graduating this thread. My race is on..

History so far..

Jun-16   $127,393.29
Sep-16   $152,642.65
Dec-16   $176,836.15
Mar-17   $204,673.44
Jun-17   $213,133.82
Sep-17   $208,244.34
Dec-17   $231,468.96
Mar-18   $252,633.43

I will track monthly from now.

2018

Mar-30     $249550-INV  $381297 - NW ---> fell below 250K, what a rollercoaster this year has been!
« Last Edit: April 01, 2018, 03:46:30 PM by achvfi »

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1068 on: April 01, 2018, 07:47:03 PM »
1/17  -  $352,398
1/18  -  $496,807
2/18  -  $484,540

3/18 - $480,465

Maybe I should be looking for the "Race from 500 to 250" thread...  Nevertheless, staying the course.  I have four years to make it up...

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1069 on: April 01, 2018, 08:54:25 PM »
Jan 2017 $368k
Feb 2017 $390k includes 20k windfall from an inheritance.
Mar 2017 $396k
Apr 2017 $398k
May 2017 $404k
June 2017 $408k
July 2017 $415k
Aug 2017 $423k
Sept 2017 $432k
Oct 2017 $440k
Nov 2017 $448k (added in $10k of shares previously excluded)
Dec 2017 $450k
Jan 2018 $460k
Feb 2018 $465k
Mar 2018 $465k

Apr 2018 $464k Market took a dip again this month.  Income was good and spending ok. A few blowouts on groceries and entertainment spending but otherwise within expectations.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1070 on: April 02, 2018, 08:02:09 AM »
April 2015: $98k
May 2015: $111k
June 2015: $112k
July 2015: $113k
Aug 2015: $113k
Sept 2015: $116k
Nov 1 2015: $120,330.91
Dec 1 2015: $138,810.56

Jan 1 2016: $141,251.00
Feb 1 2016: $135,573.00
Mar 4 2016: $138,331.39
Apr 1 2016: $146,788.37
May 1 2016: $149,149.52
Jun 1 2016: $161,205.21
July 1 2016: $165,947.80
Aug 1 2016: $176,198.00
Sep 1 2016: $178,840.37
Oct 1 2016: $184,372.64
Nov 1 2016: $181,625.28
Dec 1 2016: $187,972.57

Jan 1 2017: $193,414.19
Feb 1 2017: $200,758.63
Mar 1 2017: $211,677.78
Apr 1 2017: $217,643.71
May 1 2017: $225,773.04
Jun 1 2017: $232,222.09
July 1 2017: $235,779.19
Aug 1 2017: $244,461.55
Sept 1 2017: $247,101.69
Oct 1 2017: $256,365.91
Nov 1 2017: $266,140.14
Dec 1 2017: $279,806.93

Jan 1 2018: $283,829.36
Feb 1 2018: $304,851.88
Mar 1 2018: $303,796.17
Apr 1 2018: $307,682.67

market was pretty flat but this was a 3 paycheck month so was able to shove some extra money in the 401k while things are down.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1071 on: April 02, 2018, 09:10:01 AM »
May 2017: $251k
June 2017: $257k
July 2017: $264k
August 2017: $269k
September 2027: $279k
October 2017: $286k
November 2017: $296k
December 2017: $302k
January 2018: $316k
February 2018: $313k
March 2018: $316k

Our last two months were busy. We gutted and rebuilt our bathroom and all of the problems came with a higher price tag than expected. We got approval for our garage and have been getting quotes for a stick build and finished building. And we're now also simultaneously cleaning out a room for our new little bundle expected later this year. Nothing like have a ton of big expenses coming to make you want to find every penny of savings and extra income possible.

We cut back on taxable investments so we can have some extra cash laying around. SO is supposed to get a raise in April/May which should help too.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1072 on: April 02, 2018, 09:38:14 AM »
9/1/16: $217,000
10/1/16: $220,000
11/1/16: $232,000
12/1/16: $234,500
1/1/17: $238,500
2/1/17: $245,000
3/1/17: $254,000
4/1/17: $252,000
5/7/17: $262,000
6/30/17: $271,000
9/1/17: $285,000
10/1/17: $296,000
*funemployment*
3/1/18: $286,000
4/2/18: $320,000
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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1073 on: April 02, 2018, 02:05:39 PM »
Investments only! (I do have a good bit of low rate, long term debt which makes my NW lower)

Sept 17- $257k
Oct 17- $264
Nov 17- $270
Dec 17- $276
Jan 18- $280
Feb 18- $279

Mar 18- $287
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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1074 on: April 02, 2018, 07:03:26 PM »
We crossed the 250k mark this quarter so jumping to this thread.  Tracking total net worth except home equity.

March 2018:  263.3k

Historic data:
June 2017:  198.7k
July 2017:  207.5k
August 2017:  211.8k
September 2017:  222.1k
October 2017: *missing*
November 2017:  234.7k
December 2017:  242.4k

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1075 on: April 03, 2018, 08:31:47 AM »
12/1/2017: INV-$256,324.07    NW-$266,011.53

1/1/2018: INV-$265,731.22    NW-$277,837.89
2/1/2018: INV-$286,459.76    NW-$301,344.36
3/1/2018: INV-$284,266.50    NW-$297,619.99
4/1/2018: INV-$290,389.61    NW-$303,478.81

STILLLLL waiting on $20K check from insurance, any day now.  Markets were down but Hubs and I both got our yearly bonus this month so still made some progress.
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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1076 on: April 03, 2018, 03:59:55 PM »
Might as well jump in as well.   So Close, goal to hit it before end of 2018.

05/20/2016: INV-218,514  NW-329,000
07/20/2017: INV-306,000  NW-417,755
03/14/2018: INV-380,160  NW-467,160

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1077 on: April 04, 2018, 09:32:26 AM »

2017
Jan 1st: 252k
Feb 1st: 257k
Mar 1st: 269k    (4k back in taxes :)
April 1st: 273k
May 1st: $287 Net Worth 10k jump is our condo on zillow.
June 1st: $292
July 4th: $295
Aug 1st: $294k  Had to use 8k for new HVAC - now we need to build our savings account back up from zero! Surprised NW didn't go down more, maybe I have some things to reconcile still..
Sept 1st: $296  still going up even after our 8K down last month :) Hoping to see a bigger jump next month though
Oct 1st $302 Back to full pay going fwd- always fun to pass a round number :)
Nov 2nd:  $314
Dec 4th $322.5k   

2018
Jan 1st:$316.5k bought a 12k car and a new stove.. spendy month but 64.5k up for the year! :)
Feb 2nd: 330.5k Wow! the markets!
March 2nd:331k
April 4th: 326k market downturn, plus purchase of 4k flights- for a  wedding - so whatyagonnado. Glad all our spendy things are done and debts are all paid, we need to get our savings back up.

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1078 on: April 06, 2018, 04:10:37 PM »
Quarterly update from this end (liquid / total net worth)
Jan: £41,916 / £348,747
April: £52,627 / £372,377

Love seeing everyone's huge investment pots!

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1079 on: April 09, 2018, 09:42:54 AM »
Haven’t posted for a few months.  Time to catch up (and face reality, ha):

June 1, 2017: $349,328
July 1, 2017: $362,675
Aug. 1, 2017: $373,748
Sept. 1, 2017: $378,549 (bought a new house...I know, I know)
Oct. 1, 2017: $389,829
Nov. 1, 2017: $396,444
Dec. 1, 2017: $407,245
Jan. 1, 2018: $412,626
Feb. 1, 2018: $433,521 (investments did well; saved a bit extra)
March 1, 2018: $418,873 (bought furniture; investments got pummeled)
April 1, 2018: $410,875 (more investment losses; minimal savings)

Not discouraged by the market losses at all.  I can buy more shares at this price.  Hope the prices/PE ratios continue to adjust to more realistic levels (until I need to start withdrawing, of course).
 

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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1081 on: April 17, 2018, 08:33:24 AM »
Net worth not counting house equity (cash and stock funds):

Jan 2017: $305,000
Mar 2017: $340,000
June 2017: $368,000
Dec 2017: $439,000
Apr 2018: $492,000

Market volatility/slowdown makes me feel better about the progress(vs inflated from a booming market). We got a push from big bonuses at work. Will pass $500,000 soon 😁.
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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1082 on: April 17, 2018, 02:48:53 PM »
I'll join in (also just tracking investments) :)

1 January 2018   - $295,835.
1 April 2018        - $305,001.

My goal is for $500k Q1 2021. Not setting any records at that pace, but it is what it is.
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Re: Race from 250 to 500k!
« Reply #1083 on: April 22, 2018, 07:54:57 AM »
Alright, I think I've spent enough time creeping in the background that I have to officially join!

Date          NW
Apr-16    $155,162
May-16    $157,463
Jun-16    $163,173
Jul-16    $165,471
Aug-16    $176,840
Sep-16    $184,298
Oct-16    $193,597
Nov-16    $209,710
Dec-16    $243,325
Jan-17    $252,675
Feb-17    $270,123
Mar-17    $273,511
Apr-17    $295,594
May-17    $300,987
Jun-17    $308,234
Jul-17    $316,951
Aug-17    $322,880

Current projections put us at 500k ~Mar 2019 which will mean it will be a total of 28 months to get from 250k-500k.


Time for an update - 7.5 months is an acceptable update interval right?

Sept-17     $340,213
Oct-17      $357,009
Nov-17     $366,722
Dec-17     $388,692
Jan-18      $398,508
Feb-18     $401,898
Mar-18     $403,332
Apr-18     $422,884

So although it's a weird interval it's almost exactly 100k since the last update.

Previous estimate for 500k was March 2019 but it looks like that has now pulled back slightly to Nov/Dec 2018, yay! I wouldn't bank on it yet though as income has dropped in the last 3 months with a loss of guaranteed overtime.

And congrats Rife on being o-so-close!