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darknova306

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1600 on: January 04, 2021, 02:39:31 PM »
December was a decent month, and I ended 2020 almost at my goal! Barring some kind of catastrophe, I'll blow through the $10K goal this month and graduate to the next thread. Seeing stead and constant progress has been truly rewarding and really takes a big piece of stress out of my head.

Month       Net Worth
06/30/19 - ($15,856)
07/31/19 - ($15,582)
08/31/19 - ($15,289)
09/30/19 - ($14,461)
10/31/19 - ($12,966)
11/30/19 - ($10,829)
12/31/19 - ($10,285)
01/31/20 - ($9,457)
02/29/20 - ($8,865)
03/31/20 - ($9,040)
04/30/20 - ($6,366)
05/31/20 - ($4,051)
06/30/20 - ($1,545)
07/31/20 - $1,585
08/29/20 - $3,350
09/30/20 - $4,245
10/31/20 - $6,168
11/30/20 - $8,026
12/31/20 - $9,607

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1601 on: January 13, 2021, 03:56:36 AM »
BoI savings: 5.00
DiBa ETF: 3,149.35
CmzBank savings a/c: 3,500.00
Total:  +6,654.35

BoI savings: 7.30
DiBa ETF: 3,379.80
CmzBank savings a/c: 3,600.00
Total:  +6,987.10

If all goes well, I may actually be graduating from this thread next year. Depending on the market, it may even be this year. That's kind of wild to me. 


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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1602 on: April 02, 2021, 05:52:33 PM »
Just checking in to see how everyone is doing at the end of the quarter? The thread has been too quiet!

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1603 on: June 06, 2021, 04:09:42 PM »
Hi.  Beginner here, thought I’d join in.

Ignoring savings earmarked for the kids, we currently have:

$3,500 EF in savings account

$4,517.85 in Roth IRA

$60.60 in Robinhood

=$8,078.45 total
« Last Edit: June 06, 2021, 04:17:12 PM by la Condessa »

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1604 on: June 07, 2021, 04:32:58 AM »
Hi.  Beginner here, thought Iíd join in.

Ignoring savings earmarked for the kids, we currently have:

$3,500 EF in savings account

$4,517.85 in Roth IRA

$60.60 in Robinhood

=$8,078.45 total

Welcome aboard!  :)

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1605 on: June 15, 2021, 03:21:51 AM »
Itís been a couple of years since I posted on this thread
Progress from March 2019 - May 2021 on gross income of £43k

Savings: was £260 now £9549.59 (counting my pension contributions but not my employer's contributions)
Consumer debt: was £25585 now £3225

Big picture -
Mar 2019 -£25325/£10000
May 2021 £6324.59/£10000

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1606 on: June 15, 2021, 06:52:12 AM »
@keepingfocus wow this is awesome. You're killing that debt!

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1607 on: June 15, 2021, 07:52:42 AM »
way to go @keepingfocus
excellent work!!

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1608 on: June 16, 2021, 07:36:00 AM »
Itís been a couple of years since I posted on this thread
Progress from March 2019 - May 2021 on gross income of £43k

Savings: was £260 now £9549.59 (counting my pension contributions but not my employer's contributions)
Consumer debt: was £25585 now £3225

Big picture -
Mar 2019 -£25325/£10000
May 2021 £6324.59/£10000

That's impressive progress!

la Condessa

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1609 on: July 16, 2021, 01:22:21 PM »
IRA plus emergency fund cash savings at $9,469.65 this month.  $0 debt other than the mortgage.  Iíll be graduating soon.

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1610 on: July 20, 2021, 03:36:14 PM »
Student loans:
1/2020 (-214579.43)
2/2020 (-211582.61)
3/2020 (-207301.61)
4/2020 (-204914.65)
5/2020 (-202513.14)
6/2020 (-200181.89)
7/2020 (-197983.46)
8/2020 (-196029.22)
9/2020 (-194058.61)
10/2020 (-192182.33)
11/2020 (-190229.11)
12/2020 (-188280.86)
1/2021 (-186316.39)
2/2021 (-184335.96)
3/2021 (-182503.83)
4/2021 (-180488.24)
5/2021 (-178419.49)
6/2021 (-176387.79)
7/2021 (-174309.01)

Net Worth:
1/2020 (-205328.66)
2/2020 (-199646.97)
3/2020 (-191659.76)
4/2020 (-186896.40)
5/2020 (-181513.10)
6/2020 (-178484.73)
7/2020 (-172077.14)
8/2020 (-168229.16)
9/2020 (-164226.67)
10/2020 (-158892.28)
11/2020 (-151654.07)
12/2021 (-144569.29)
1/2021 (-140273.58)
2/2021 (-133689.99)
3/2021 (-124848.32)
4/2021 (-121774.36)
5/2021 (-115503.27)
6/2021 (-110181.56)
7/2021 (-105114.81)

Just keep swimming, still deeply negative but almost halfway to 0.

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Re: Saving to $10K
« Reply #1611 on: July 21, 2021, 09:57:59 AM »
Student loans:
1/2020 (-214579.43)
2/2020 (-211582.61)
3/2020 (-207301.61)
4/2020 (-204914.65)
5/2020 (-202513.14)
6/2020 (-200181.89)
7/2020 (-197983.46)
8/2020 (-196029.22)
9/2020 (-194058.61)
10/2020 (-192182.33)
11/2020 (-190229.11)
12/2020 (-188280.86)
1/2021 (-186316.39)
2/2021 (-184335.96)
3/2021 (-182503.83)
4/2021 (-180488.24)
5/2021 (-178419.49)
6/2021 (-176387.79)
7/2021 (-174309.01)

Net Worth:
1/2020 (-205328.66)
2/2020 (-199646.97)
3/2020 (-191659.76)
4/2020 (-186896.40)
5/2020 (-181513.10)
6/2020 (-178484.73)
7/2020 (-172077.14)
8/2020 (-168229.16)
9/2020 (-164226.67)
10/2020 (-158892.28)
11/2020 (-151654.07)
12/2021 (-144569.29)
1/2021 (-140273.58)
2/2021 (-133689.99)
3/2021 (-124848.32)
4/2021 (-121774.36)
5/2021 (-115503.27)
6/2021 (-110181.56)
7/2021 (-105114.81)

Just keep swimming, still deeply negative but almost halfway to 0.

Wow @Peaksandvalleys $100k improvement in NW in a year a half.  Incredible!