I meant to reply to this.
I'm really not too concerned. I don't know why, it's like I'm building some adversity in my life, on purpose.
After the sale of the condo, I should be able to pocket maybe $160k or so. I'll put $100k down and that puts the mortgage (with taxes, and insurance) right about where it was when I had the GT350 and the condo. Not to mention I should have about 4 years worth of mortgage payments saved.
So really I'm out a car payment ability wise, I am confident if shit hits the fan I can either:
1. Walk into almost any insurance field starting at $60k/year.
2. Walk into almost any dealership and make $90k/year (if I'm willing to work that much).
3. Kill myself and let Rachel pay off the mortgage with the life insurance.
Also, Rachel working for American was kind of a pay cut initially, but her boss is really liking her and allowing her to work pretty much any overtime she wants. So at her current rate, it's sort of a $15k per year increase. So even if I had to take a $25k per year cut, it's less than a grand per month we would be out, which is probably ok.
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Playing around with the retirement calculator is ridiculous. With what I currently have saved in my roth (which isn't much), I really only need to save $117 per month to hit $1.9m by the time I'm 67, which is how much I think I'll need.
Rachel is on pace to do $8m.
Gonna stick with her.