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Best Answer LandmarkWealth says
Excellent breakdown, L! These numbers seem quite "right on" For young people who shy away from financial planning, all I can say it "Don't! Force yourself to do it." I like the guess-timate and think that is quite accurate. Very helpful! Thank you.
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Tim Mitchell says
We put ourselves in a great neighbor by living in an RV. We have no truck and have to move it every six months. It's small, but I have a computer desk and we have a queen size bed. We actually love it. It feels like a perpetual vacation!
Penny Godfirnon says
Penny G, thanks! I like the "read, read, read," and maybe we should add the "write, write, write," (tee hee)
Dear TMM, very helpful to know that percentage. We sold a house to be debt free and only have our RV payment. I also feel like I want to soar in our business and INCREASE our income. There IS an audacity to hope, but I'm becoming audacious!
D, Thank you! That's what we found out when we were living in SC about 10 yrs ago. A furnished apt was $800. You can stay in an RV in southern CA for $1200 and under. We essentially live in 460 sq ft., but u don't need much when u can be outside