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Become financially independent
 
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Note added by Masha Harris . 1 years ago
Just started seeing a social worker who specializes in financial planning for people with mental illness. She seems to be pretty positive about my financial outlook. It's going to be hard, but I'm hopeful!
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Note added by Monika. 3 years ago
03.2012 - 01.2020
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Note added by Sean. 3 years ago
This goal is a moving target depending on what spending level I'm comfortable with, but my best guess is a spending level of $1,800 per month and a 3.6% annual withdrawal rate. This means I need $600,000 in invested assets plus at least $22,000 in savings, for a total goal of $622,000. Today I'm at around $200,000.
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Note added by Michele. 6 years ago
Next step: figure out how much money you need for investments to live off of. Learn more about money. Increase your income, cut costs, and save.