Meet this month’s featured reader, a 32-year-old working in finance who’s sharing her salary, net worth, and thoughts on home buying, leaving the field, and more.
Readers have always loved and discussed the various money diaries that you see around the web -- but we thought a "personal money snapshot" might be better so we could see net worth, debt, income, regular bills and more. So in Dec. 2018, we launched this series: the Personal Money Snapshot!
If you’d like to fill out the form and be considered for a future personal money snapshot, please click here if you’d like to see the form and/or submit responses! You can also see a PDF of the questions if you want to review them ahead of time.
Meet this month’s featured reader, a public policy researcher living in the Bay Area who’s sharing her salary, net worth, and thoughts on inheriting six figures, avoiding debt, living in a HCOL area, and planning for early retirement.
Meet this month’s featured reader, an engineer living on the Gulf Coast who’s sharing her salary, net worth, and thoughts on grad school, spending habits, and medical expenses.
In today’s Money Snapshot, a 23-year-old web developer shares her salary and net worth, as well as her best tips on living frugally…
Meet this month’s featured reader, a CPA in Arizona who’s sharing her salary, net worth, and thoughts on her side gig and saving for retirement.
A 33-year-old government worker shares her net worth and thoughts on pensions, retirement saving, and rapid income growth.
In today’s money snapshot, a 32-year-old tech support worker shares her thoughts on budget tracking and an L.A.-to-Kansas move…
A 33-year-old management consultant living on the West Coast shares her money snapshot, including three mortgages and an aggressive savings strategy.
Huge thanks to reader P, a 29-year-old married chemist living in NJ, for sharing her money snapshot with us!
Presenting… our very first personal money snapshot! Reader P shares her money situation, noting, “I have worked almost exclusively in public administration or higher education, so not a high roller here!”
Readers asked, so we’ve drafted a form: what’s YOUR personal money snapshot?