A year-and-a-half ago, CB and I reached the $100,000 milestone in our 401Ks and Roth IRAs. Now, we have just crossed the $150,000 line – this, even though I only worked for 6 months out of the year last year. We are at about $160,000, depending on the day’s performance.
This is a really exciting development, and gives me hope that we are on track to a comfortable retirement.
It seems that Google Reader has stopped updating my feed (http://wellheeledblog.com/feed) since the post on debt intensity from Monday October 11, even though I’ve had a few new posts since then.
Has anyone noticed this? And more importantly, do you have any idea why this is happening and how I can fix it? I’ve tried googling for a solution but have not come up with a satisfactory answer.
Thank you to anyone who can point me in the right direction!
Inspired by the month of February (Valentine’s Day always makes me think about the intersection between warm fuzzy feelings and cold hard cash) and my recent Q&A series with personal finance expert Manisha Thakor on money & relationships, I want to start a new series of reader-contributed material on this topic – the My Honey, My Money series.
Please email me with “My Honey, My Money” in the subject line. Posts should be around 500 words long. I’ll be happy to include a link to your personal blog or website and twitter account. If you’d like to remain anonymous, please let me know as well. I want to post 2-3 guest articles a month.
The first My Honey, My Money question is: What is the biggest money conflict in your relationship?
I’m so excited to hear all your stories!