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#481 MRROUGHSEX

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Posted 22 September 2019 - 06:55 AM

Whew.  Finally!  Nagsidatingan na ang mga bayad sa akin na naipit dahil ang mga taong nag-aasikaso ng mga iyon ay sinapian ng kung anong espiritu.

 

Buti na lang nasa abroad at ibang bayan ako last month kaya travel budget ko ang gumagana sa halos buong Agosto.  Halos hindi ko nagalaw ang contingency fund ko kasi napalitan siya agad nung dumating ang bayad sa translation job ko.

 

Pati back pay ko, in good order na rin.  

 

Bills for August and September paid.  Budget all the way to November fixed.

 

Time to invest in the stock market via the bourse and mutual funds next month.

 

And time to open a separate mutual fund account for my house and lot savings :D

 

 

Now, I only need the business to find a good client for it to start earning decently.

 

 

PERA PA!!!!!!!!  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

Happy to hear it Neville!  


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Posted 03 October 2019 - 01:38 PM

Wow. Namumula ang portfolio ko.

Hirap ng di nagbabasa ng balita, di ko malaman kung bakit mas malala ngayon ang market performance kung ikukumpara mo sa August the ghost month.

Pati mutual funds ko dumudugo.


Sa Sabado pa ako magpapasok ng pera.

Market, next next week ka na umakyat. Lol.

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Posted 04 October 2019 - 09:34 AM

Wow. Namumula ang portfolio ko.

Hirap ng di nagbabasa ng balita, di ko malaman kung bakit mas malala ngayon ang market performance kung ikukumpara mo sa August the ghost month.

Pati mutual funds ko dumudugo.


Sa Sabado pa ako magpapasok ng pera.

Market, next next week ka na umakyat. Lol.

Ako din sa akinse pa ang sweldo kya olats. OK lng yan basta keep on saving and having the discipline to invest.

Ang problema ko lng, nate temp na nmn ako bumili ng lens for my Sony Full frame camera. I'm lusting over the bokeh of 85mm f/1.4 lens.

Kyo ba, how do you stop yourself from spending? Or Y.O.L.O na lng ba?

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Posted 04 October 2019 - 12:34 PM

Kung kaya pigilan ang sariling gastusin ang pera, pinipigilan ko.

Pero ginagawa ko may dedicated slush fund ako para sa gadgets para di magalaw budget ko sa investment. Pag kulang pa slush fund, ipon pa at tiis lang sa paghihintay.
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Posted 09 October 2019 - 08:16 PM

Kayo ba, how do you stop yourself from spending? Or Y.O.L.O na lng ba?

 

YOLO for now habang able pa body.  :)

 

However, inuuna ko  savings target rate via direct deposit from my pay account.    But I do not set it high like you and other FIRE folks do.  Tama na 20% + compounding over time.  :D    Tama na sa akin yan then enjoy life na!  



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Posted 12 October 2019 - 05:05 PM

 
YOLO for now habang able pa body.  :)
 
However, inuuna ko  savings target rate via direct deposit from my pay account.    But I do not set it high like you and other FIRE folks do.  Tama na 20% + compounding over time.  :D    Tama na sa akin yan then enjoy life na!  


Actually I'm now going the "SLOW-FI" route. I mean, sometimes the journey is more important than the velocity or how fast you reach your destination. We're still saving 44% of take home pay, but there's no reason not to splurge into experience or things we love and value e.g. travel, bikes, photography hobby. This year yan ang realisation namin, YOLO knowing that it will delay our retirement date. But we would like to retire doing the same things we're doing now e.g. spending time with family, enjoying our hobbies, tsking care of our health and travelling.
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Posted Yesterday, 07:18 AM

20191012 Updates:  

 

Property

* Reduce total debt to $58K by year-end  (currently at $60.0K)

* Expect condo value to appreciate to $50K by-year end (currently at $49.5K)

* Anticipate house value to appreciate to  $280K by yea- end (currently at $273.0K)

 

Savings for Current Use

* Increase college savings of children to $20K by year-end (currently at $18.7K)  

* Buttress business fund to  $65K by-year end (currently at  $71K)   (Note:  Conservative case at 92% of actual) - MET

 

Savings for Retirement/Future Use

* Grow retirement savings to   $170K by year-end (currently at  $166K)  (Note:  Conservative case at 92% of actual)

* Drum up social security savings to $170K by year-end (currently at $166K)  (Note:  PV at $360K for age 62)

 

 

 

 


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Posted Today, 11:13 AM


20191012 Updates:  

 

Property

* Reduce total debt to $58K by year-end  (currently at $60.0K)

* Expect condo value to appreciate to $50K by-year end (currently at $49.5K)

* Anticipate house value to appreciate to  $280K by yea- end (currently at $273.0K)

 

Savings for Current Use

* Increase college savings of children to $20K by year-end (currently at $18.7K)  

* Buttress business fund to  $65K by-year end (currently at  $71K)   (Note:  Conservative case at 92% of actual) - MET

 

Savings for Retirement/Future Use

* Grow retirement savings to   $170K by year-end (currently at  $166K)  (Note:  Conservative case at 92% of actual)

* Drum up social security savings to $170K by year-end (currently at $166K)  (Note:  PV at $360K for age 62)

 

 

 

 


Solid networth pre. So thats what close to USD$700k? Astig, pwedeng pwede ka nang mag retire sa Pinas




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