From Chief Mom Officer …
Now, I love playing around with retirement calculators. But doing 26 of them in a row is quite an achievement, even for me. I know in most parts of society, doing this makes me a bit weird. But here, in personal finance land, I know you understand.
I’ve been playing around with retirement calculators for almost twenty years now. I turned 20 in the year 2000, so I was using them in my 20’s. My income was increasing quickly, as would be expected for someone that age just starting a career.
Now that I’m on the “wrong side of 35” (I’m 38 now), I thought it was time to try again. I’m going to share what I learned with all of you today.