Today’s featured reader is a 31-year-old project manager in Austin, TX. She shares her thoughts on paying off debt, being intentional about spending, and saving for a down payment.
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.
Today’s featured reader is a 30-year-old sales manager in Cincinnati, OH. She shared info about her investment strategies, early-retirement plans (using FIRE), and charitable giving habits.
Today’s featured lawyer is a 40-year-old in-house lawyer working as an expat overseas. She shares how her South Asian background has affected her finances, as well as the role her parents have played in helping her with tuition and debt.
In this month’s Money Snapshot, a 34-year-old solo attorney and mom of three talks about paying off $100,000+ of student loans and working 25 hours a week.
In this month’s Money Snapshot, a 34-year-old doctor talks about the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program and catching up on retirement savings.
In this month’s Money Snapshot, a 30-year-old data analyst talks about saving 50% of her salary and having mixed feelings about investing.
In this month’s Money Snapshot, a 29-year-old healthcare management professional talks about living debt-free and hoping to retire at age 60.
In this month’s Money Snapshot, a 31-year-old communications director talks about sticking to a budget and dealing with high childcare costs.
In today’s Money Snapshot, a 33-year-old environmental scientist talks about coming to terms with having a high household income and trying to live simply in spite of that.
In today’s Money Snapshot, a 41-year-old lawyer talks about starting with $60K in student debt to having a nearly 7-figure net worth now.
Meet this month’s featured reader, a 29-year-old compliance officer in fintech who’s sharing her salary, net worth, and thoughts on student loans and changing careers.