I’m working towards saving $48,000 this year, which is 60% of our gross household income.
Click here to read all posts associated with my $48000 goal.
Click here to read about my savings and investing goals for 2007.
Here’s my updated chart with detailed information:
Explanation: I ‘borrowed’ $5000 from my ING Direct Savings Account so that I could fully-fund my Roth IRA for 2006.Â I’m in the process of ‘paying myself back’.Â Since last month, I’ve managed to deposit $2000 into my wife’s Roth and an additional $1500 into my ING Directs Savings Account.
At this point, I should have saved $4000 per month for a total of $32000.Â But, I’ve only managed to save $28,500, so I’m $3500 “short” of where I had hoped to be.Â Why?Â When calculating my budget for 2007, I made a major miscalculation and forgot about a $500 per month recurring expense.Â Still, I pretty pleased with my progress and I’ll be working very hard to reach my goal by December.
(You can also follow my progress over at the No Credit Needed Network: NCN 2007)
2 thoughts on “$48,000 Goal Update: 8 Months”
OMG. 60%? That’s great! I’m still saving about 22%, but some of it’s FSA money. I still have a NCN Network chart to pay off…
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