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the age of 40. We will learn how to start planning, how to
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Your Finance. Today I have Ravi Handa with me. Welcome to the show Ravi. Glad to be here. How's early retirement treating you? It has its good parts obviously. What are the good parts? You can spend time on things which you were
not able to do earlier. And what are some of the bad parts of retiring
early? You lose a lot of value and a lot of validation
that you used to get from a job.
You have described your retired life in 2023. Let's take it back to like 15-16 years back. So, what did you study? I have done engineering in computer science. And what was your first job? Where did you start working? I started working in the education sector
itself. I joined IMS Calcutta which is a CAT coaching
company. Okay. And what was your first paycheck? 25,000 odd rupees. When you retired in 2022, what were you doing
back then? Actually, before that, I used to run a business
from 2012 to 2021. Which was in the education sector. My company was acquired by Unacademy. So, the last 1-1.5 years of my working career, I was with Unacademy as director content sales. So, how many years did you work? I worked from 2006 to 2010.
Then I took a year break. 2011 is when I got married. 2011 is when I joined this IT company called
Mindtical. What was the trigger to start your own thing? When I was working for IMS, at that point of time itself, I started making educational videos on YouTube
around 2008. Gradually, they became popular. Not very popular. And this was CAT coaching for MBA? CAT coaching. First, I started with math. Then I went to GK through math. Then to LRDI, then to English. I kept on expanding. And how was the business? How did it work? Business was profitable from day one. Because there was no expense. Yes. In today's date, the cost of videos or ads
in EdTech has gone astronomically. In 2012, it was extremely simple. Because I don't think anyone was doing it. Or even if anyone was doing it, they were not such a big player that you cannot
really compete. On an average, what was the kind of profits
or salary that you guys were drawing? We had good years when we did revenues of
3 crores as well.
We had bad years when we did revenues of 25
lakhs as well. There was massive fluctuation. In 2021, your company got acquired. Correct. It got acquired and then there was that vesting
period wherein you had to work. Correct. And after that, you got an exit. Correct. So, were you actively looking for an exit? Yes. Again, I am telling you the same. So, during the COVID period of 2020, my wife was pregnant at that point of time, So, my wife and I used to sit and chat about
what to do with life. And this is what emerged that we have to sell the business at whatever valuation possible, whatever sort
of deal you get. Because getting out of business is the priority. After selling the company, there will be a
vesting period wherein you were working with Unacademy. Correct. What was your compensation then? Exact numbers I can't reveal because of the
NDA. But my salary was a little above 1 cr. And the ESOPs of the vesting, that was another additional 50 lakhs or a
little more than that.
Wow! So, you have a lot of money in Edtech, I am
guessing. Yes. But I didn't get this for my skill or my talent. Okay. This I got primarily because they were acquiring
my company and this is a way for them to pay out the
money slowly rather than on day one. What is your background? Which college did you study in? IIT Kharagpur. Did that also help in your, you know, starting your entrepreneurial journey? Absolutely. I am telling you, there are a few things which have helped me a lot in life. To take risks, to experiment. One, my parents were always independent. I have never had to give a single rupee to
my parents. The second thing which has really helped me
is my wife was very well educated and in a very good
job which allowed me to take a lot of risks. The third is that I went to a good college and through that college, you build a network. I have friends in senior positions in multiple
places. This is it. You are the sum of your privilege, your background and the people that you have interacted with over your life.
Okay, so now we will talk about your expenses. Do you live in a rented apartment or is it
an owned? It's an owned flat. I shifted to Jaipur in 2015 to be closer to
my parents and at that point of time, I purchased the
flat that I still live in today. Did you take it on loan or did you pay in
cash? No, it was entirely in cash because at that
point of time, I had been doing business for 2-3 years.
The second thing is your travel. So, do you have a car or do you travel in
cabs? I have a car but I don't really like to drive
that much. So, how much fuel do you spend on a monthly
basis? I have no idea. So, you don't track expenses in general? That way, no. So, The way I track expenses is at the beginning
of the financial year, I check how much money was in the bank account. Throughout the year, I just find out how much
money went out of your bank account. So, that's how I determine how much I spent
this year. So, on an annual basis, how much did you spend
in the last 3 years? Around 2 lakh rupees goes into maintenance.
Society, maintenance plus the other property
that I own. 5-7 lakh rupees is the vacation. Another 2-3 lakhs would be eating out, drinking,
parties. Parties, not the pub parties. Parents' 50th anniversary, the first birthday
of the child. So, all these parties add up. 3 lakhs or a little more than that would go
towards the house help staff. These are the big hits. Now, it is time for the main thing, which is talking about your financial independence
and retirement plans. The first and main thing is figuring out your
FIRE number. How much money would I need to not work and can retire comfortably. So, in which year did you seriously start
thinking about FIRE? Which year? Covid, 2020. 2020 is when I actually sat down and did the
numbers. Where I have this much money, I will put this
money here and there. So, it took me around 3 months, maybe 6 months to figure out how much money I exactly need,
how do I need to invest it. And then it took me a couple of years, 3 years
to execute that. So, if your annual expense is 25 lakhs, if you take a multiple of 30, it is 7.5 cr.
Right? So, what are some of the milestones that you
took into account? There are two major chunks that I have kept. One of them is nearly everyone likes and accepts
that you have to save money for your child's higher
education. So, I have earmarked 50 lakh rupees for that. Wow! I will give it to him at 18 or whatever appropriate
age. 7.5 Cr plus 50L. For this? Yes. 8 cr. Another 50L is what I wanted to keep as a
sort of play money for experiments that I would want to do. Angel investing is one of them. Crypto investments is one of them. I am doing a podcast right now, so it has
its own expenses. Yeah. You should check out his YouTube channel,
okay? Every month, two videos come up specifically
talking about how to achieve FIRE. Okay? There is a link in the description. Definitely subscribe. That is 50 lakhs, your play money. How is that going by the way? Angel investments and other investments? I have lost a lot of money in angel investments. I have lost a little bit of money in crypto
But the biggest problem in angel investments
is that it is extremely illiquid. There is no honesty. So, I had put 3 lakh rupees in a company in
2019. In 2021, it became 45 lakh rupees. Ravi Handa is happy that it is done. Did you get an exit? Exit? The company closed in 2023. It became zero. Oh shit. So, that is the problem with angel investment. That's why you have allocated an amount which you yourself have called play money. Correct. Any other milestones that you have covered? No, these two. 8.5 cr was your FIRE number. You said that you started investing a huge
amount since 2015. You started investing or saving more. From 2006 to 2015, did you manage to save any portion of your
salary? Yes, we were always saving more than 50-60%. We used to save this much. So, it was business, revenue was high, that's
why you didn't save. It was something which was there. Your expenses were always lower than what
you were earning. So, have you accumulated the 8.5 cr ? A little bit more than that. Very nice. How much percentage of that, if you are comfortable
sharing, how much percentage has come from selling
your company and how much percentage of the proportion
has come from your savings? I would say that selling the company probably
gave me 20-25%.
Which basically means that this was not a
result of a certain event. No, no. So, this was because my business was successful. The second factor was that my expenses were
very low. The third factor was that I always had substantial
investment in equity. The fourth factor is where I would say the
selling of the company comes in. The main money that was made was made by business. And let's say if you were doing your software
job, you would have been in the top positions, In that case, do you think this much wealth
accumulation would have been possible? If I was in India, then no. If I had gone abroad, then I would have been
way ahead of this.
Is that one of those things that you would,
you know, you look back and want to change? I regret it every week. If I had been a good student, if I had studied
in college, then I wouldn't have been in the coaching
line. I would have moved to the US or Canada or
Europe or somewhere after college. I can't believe that you are saying that you are not content with what you have achieved
financially. I am absolutely content with what I have achieved. Because I have bounced back from the mistakes
of not studying in college. Yeah. The 8.5 cr that you have accumulated, that too, what are the percentages where you
have invested? My current net worth would be somewhere between
12-13 cr. Out of this, 1-1.5 crore rupees, which is
my 4-5 years of expenses, I keep it in absolutely liquid low risk investments. So, this is my cash bucket. In the medium term bucket, I have taken a
balance advantage fund. I have long term bonds, gilt funds, which is another 4-5 years of expenses. So, a mix of equity and debt. Third bucket, which is my long term bucket, another, I believe, 6-7 crores would be in
that and then there is a piece of land that I own
which is around 2 cr.
Tell me one thing, how to go about it? Primarily if you are young you need to save,
develop as a habit sort of a thing but your focus should be on making money. Where will you earn money from? Either you will grow in a job or you will
join risky jobs like startups to get ESOPs or you leave the country, you go abroad you
earn a lot more there, you save a lot more there and you come
back and you know you can be in a very good situation or what you do is you get a higher
Suppose you have done engineering, MBA, Masters
in Engineering, there are plenty of avenues. Your main focus should be on making more and
more and more money. Because after one point your expenses can't
get less. So if you want to increase the alpha, the
difference in income and expenses that will only happen if you are constantly focusing on increasing
the top line. Let's say I have decided that I want to retire
early. What was the framework? What were some of the thought processes? One according to me even hoping for planning
for early retirement is sort of accepting a failure that you couldn't make your career
in your life better that's why you are going towards retirement. Yes financial independence is important, early
retirement is not. If you are in a job that you like, that you
enjoy or I will say if you are in a job or in a career that you don't hate, do not think
about early retirement. Early retirement became important for me because
I wasn't liking what I was doing.
So this is our quick finance round. You have to answer the questions as soon as
possible. If you had an unlimited budget, what would
you gift your wife? Vacation, luxury vacation. If money was out of consideration which in
your case holds true, what would you do for a living? I don't know I will keep experimenting with
it which is what I am doing right now. And the last question is for people who want
to achieve financial independence and you know are seeking early retirement, what are
2-3 nuggets of advice that you would share with them? For financial independence, increasing your
income as much as possible that should be your priority. The second priority should be that bulk of
your savings should go into equity. If you are chasing early retirement, I think
that is a bad chase to have. That should be, that is like surgery, that
should be the last option. Try changing your job, try changing the city
you work in, try changing the country you work in, try changing your careers. If there is no avenue, that is when you think
about early retirement.
Alright, that brings us to the end of the
episode. Thank you so much for sharing your journey. I am sure that a lot of people have learnt
a lot from today's episode and video. Make sure to check out his YouTube channel. Every month at least 2-3 videos are made on
this topic. Subscribe to his channel and if you liked
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Hi friends, welcome to Yadnya investment academy. We are going to talk about a topic of financial planning on Friday. And today's topic is very interesting. Because this question is asked regularly on many social media channels and workshops. That people have an amount in their mind that is 1 crore rupees. We think that if we have 1 crore rupees, our life will be good. So this question remains in the mind that if I have 1 crore rupees, can I retire now? Am I financially free? I don't have any tension of retirement now. Now whatever work I am doing is extra. So that 1 crore rupees is enough. And if you have retired now and got EPF money and total is 1 crore is it enough for you? And if it is enough or not, how much can you spend in both questions, when is enough and when is not. We will touch on all those things in this video. I will explain everything through a calculator. You can check that calculator on our website investyadnya.in as well. We cover many topics of financial planning in this session. If you want to make your own financial plan, then go to investyadnya.in website There are many products related to financial planning.
There are 1 to 1 sessions as well. You can check that out. Now I am going to my website and I am sure you can see my screen. If you go to the tool and calculator, here you can see the retirement calculator. I don't think you will get this anywhere else. Now the question is, suppose I have 1 crore rupees, is it enough for me to retire? First of all, I will be asked what is my age? I am just giving an example, 50. Suppose I am 50 years old, what is my life expectancy? It is important to know when you will be retiring. I think we should keep it around 90. I am keeping it at 90. How much is the expense now? If you are retiring and you have 1 crore rupees, how much do you want to spend? What is your monthly or annual expense? Suppose I am thinking that I have 6 lakh rupees. I have put 6 lakh rupees here.
How much inflation are you assuming? How much will my expenses increase every year? If India's inflation is around 6-7%, then you can assume that. Suppose 7% inflation till the end of life. Current asset, how much money do I have? I will put 1 crore rupees here. I have 1 crore rupees here. I will put that here. How do you invest this 1 crore rupees? How much return will you be able to earn? This is a very important question. What type of investment do you want to put? Do you want to put it in PPF? Do you want to put it in Senior Citizen Savings Scheme? Or do you want to put it in FDs? Or do you want to create a portfolio of Mutual Funds like Hybrid Equity Funds? This is very important.
Let's take all the scenarios. Suppose I want to put it in FDs. I don't want to do anything special. I will get 7% return in FDs. Whatever is the post tax. Or whatever you think. You get 7.5% but let's keep 7% for calculation. Let's keep 7.5%. Let's keep 8%. We have put it in bonds, Senior Citizen Savings Scheme. And there is some money in EPF. So, we have kept some money in equity. So, my 8% will earn 1 crore rupees corpus. Which is 1% over inflation. I have taken 7% inflation and 8% returns. I have to put these 6 fields first. If I submit this, My retirement corpus is in deficit of 1 crore. This means that I need 1 crore more to develop this scenario.
If I am 50 years old and I have 6 lakhs per month. And 7% inflation. And 8% growth. I need 2 crores. 1 crore is not enough. Now, let's change the scenario. What should I do if I am not able to do it. I can either reduce it. I don't spend Rs 50,000 per month. I can do 30,000. Then we can change the amount. We have done 36,000. And then we have put this change. So, 21 lakhs is still less. So, basically it will come to 3 lakhs. So, now our retirement corpus is only 67,000 less. So, I can spend 3 lakhs per year. If I can spend Rs 25,000 per month. And if I take 7% inflation. And 8% growth. Then 1 crore is enough in 50. If I spend 25,000. If I spend 50,000 with same scenario. Then I will need 1 crore. Now, you will say that I invest in mutual funds.
I know investing well. And I think that my corpus can earn 10%. If 7% is inflation. Then I think that my corpus can earn 10% per annum. Like our approach. You must have seen many videos on retirement. If you want to understand anything. Then put it in the comment section. If I think that I can do 10%. So, let's try it on 6% after spending 3 lakhs. So, now our corpus will be 47 lakhs. So, it means that I can spend 4 lakhs or 4.5 lakhs. So, 4.2 or 4.3. Means I can spend around Rs 35,000 per month. If I can earn 10% return. Now, you will say that I have already retired. I am 60 years old. And now tell me what is this scenario. So, in that I can spend 50,000 per month.
So, in 60 years also if you are earning 10% return. Then there is a deficit of 24 lakhs. If this scenario plays. You say that I have inflation. I don't spend much. 50,000 per month. Next year, I will grow according to 5%. Then it is good. 5% inflation, 10% rate of return, 1 crore rupees. You have enough. You have just enough. So, you can spend 50,000 per month. If you are 60 years old, you will get that money for 90 years. Now, there is one more thing.
Many people think that I have a pension. I have a house. He is giving rental. Or I am getting pension. Suppose you are getting pension of Rs 10,000 per month. Means it comes more than that. But I think 10,000 per month. So, I am getting a pension of 1,20,000. And we will make it 7 again. Is there any growth of pension? It seems that 2-3% growth is there. So, let's grow it by 3%. Till when will the pension come? Will it come till 90? Will it come till life expectancy or will it come soon? Many times, for limited time, money is going to come.
So, we sell those things. Rental is going to come. I have to sell that house after 10 years. So, you can put that also. So, I have to get pension till last. Till 90. So, then in 6 lakhs, 7% inflation, 1 crore, 10% and all. So, then almost I am there. Means 3 lakhs is the only deficit left. So, in this way, you can find out that the money you have, is it enough for your retirement? So, now you can change the amount. If you have 2 crore, 3 crore or 50 lakhs, then you can change the amount.
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My father retired in 1991 after 39 years as a high school teacher. His pension, along with my mother’s pension and their social security checks, added up to more than they spent every month. Dad never had to ask himself whether he’d saved enough to retire. He simply needed to work enough years to get his pension. In 1991, most people with pension plans had traditional defined benefit pensions, pensions that paid a monthly income until you died. These days, most workers with pension plans have defined contribution plans, such as 401(k) plans. Workers own the money in their retirement accounts. But they have to figure out for themselves whether it’s enough to retire. How much retirement savings you need to retire is going to depend upon how old you are when you retire, how much social security you collect, what additional income you have in retirement, and how much you spend each year. Let’s look at an example of how to calculate retirement saving needs.
Jocelyn is 55 and single. Her annual total salary is $44,000 a year. She plans to retire on her 70th birthday. To estimate how much money she needs to save to retire at 70, Jocelyn first writes down her current annual spending by category. Your own categories may be more or less detailed than hers. Jocelyn goes through her financial records, including her checkbook and her credit card statements for the last year, to figure out how much she spent on what. On the W2 form that her employer sent her at the beginning of the year, she sees that she paid $3,366 in FICA and Medicare taxes. Her state and federal income taxes were $4,000. She contributed $6,000 to her 401(k) retirement savings. She funded her rainy day account years ago and didn’t add to it last year. Jocelyn’s employer currently pays for her medical and disability insurance. Her out-of-pocket medical expenses last year, including medications, were $1,000. Rent, $15,600. Phone and utilities, $2,400. Groceries, $3,600. She spent $1,200 eating out and $1,000 on entertainment and travel. Auto maintenance cost her $1,000, auto insurance, $800, and gas, $1,000. She spent $1,200 on clothing and personal items. Jocelyn spent $600 on gifts and gave $600 to charity.
Her renters insurance and other expenses were $634. Jocelyn now goes through her list and asks herself which expenses are likely to change after she retires. She won’t pay FICA and Medicare taxes after retiring. That’s one big savings. Her state and federal income taxes will be lower. As we’ll see, most of Jocelyn’s retirement income will be her social security benefits. And at Jocelyn’s income level, less than half of her social security will be subject to federal income taxes. After she retires, Jocelyn will no longer contribute to her 401(k) retirement savings account. However, she does plan to set aside $3,000 a year for unexpected expenses.
She will pay $1,500 a year for her Medicare Part B and D coverage. And her out-of-pocket medical expenses will likely increase as she ages. Jocelyn expects most of her other expenses to stay about the same after she retires. Two exceptions are that she’s going to spend less money on gas, since she’ll no longer be driving to work, and she plans to spend more on travel. All together, Jocelyn expects to spend about $37,134 a year after she retires. Jocelyn looks up her projected social security benefits on the Social Security website. If she starts claiming benefits at age 62, she’ll receive $11,700 in today’s dollars each year. If she claims at 67, she’ll get $17,556 a year. And if she waits until 70 to receive Social Security, she’ll receive $22,320 a year.
She’ll get nearly twice the annual income if she claims social security at 70 rather than 62. Jocelyn is healthy. And her mother lived into her 90s. Her biggest financial fear is that she might outlive her savings. Waiting until 70 to claim social security is one of the most cost effective ways to provide additional income in old age. And that’s what Jocelyn decides to do. Jocelyn will spend $37,134 a year in retirement and receive $22,320 in social security benefits. That leaves her with $14,814 to fund out of her retirement savings.
That’s in today’s dollars. When Jocelyn retires in 15 years, everything will cost more because of inflation. Fortunately, social security benefits are indexed to inflation. So her social security income will rise about as fast as her expenses do. However, in 15 years, she will need more than $14,814 to make up the difference between her social security and what she plans to spend. How much more? Over the last 25 years, inflation in the United States has been about 2.5% a year. If that trend continued, Jocelyn’s $14,814 in annual expenses will be about $21,500 in 15 years.
You can calculate that by multiplying 14,814 by 1.025 to the 15th power, which equals 21,455. Alternatively, you can use one of many future inflation calculators available online. Jocelyn decides to be a bit more conservative in her projections. And she assumes that her expenses will go up by 3% a year, not 2.5%. Let’s use an online calculator to see how much $14,814 will grow to in 15 years with 3% inflation. Enter the expected inflation rate of 3% a year for 15 years and a starting amount or a present value of $14,814. With inflation of 3%, Jocelyn will need about $23,000 a year in income beyond her social security when she retires in 15 years. So how much savings will Jocelyn need to provide $23,000 in income when she’s 70? In a video on spending in retirement, I suggest that people apply the RMD spending rule.
That is, each year spend no more from your retirement savings than the required minimum distribution mandated by the IRS. The rule can also be used to estimate how much savings you need to provide a level of income. To do so, look up the RMD withdrawal factor for the age at which you plan to retire. You can find this on RMD calculators such as the one on investor.gov. Or you can look it up on the IRS website. Multiply the annual income you’ll need by the withdrawal factor. And that gives you the amount of savings you’ll need to generate that annual income under the RMD rule. In Jocelyn’s case, let’s keep things simple and assume that her birthday is in January. Her RMD withdrawal factor the year in which she retires, also the year in which she turns 70 and 1/2, will be 27.4.
times $23,000 is $630,200. So Jocelyn’s going to need about $630,000 in savings plus her social security to support her anticipated expenses when she retires. Put differently, the year she retires, Jocelyn’s required minimum distribution will be 3.65% of her retirement savings. And $23,000 is 3.65% of $630,200. So that’s it. Estimate how much you’re going to spend in retirement. Subtract your estimated social security benefits from that, as well as any other income you’re going to have in retirement. And that gives you the expenses that you need to fund through your savings. Adjust these expenses for inflation between now and when you retire. And multiply by your RMD withdrawal factor the year that you retire. This will give you an estimate of how much money you’re going to need when you retire.
Of course, your situation may be more complicated than Jocelyn’s. For example, if you own your home and have a fixed rate mortgage, your mortgage expenses won’t increase with inflation and will end when you pay off your mortgage. So calculate future mortgage expenses separately from your other expenses. Furthermore, if you own your home this gives you additional savings. What if you plan to retire before 70? Required minimum distributions start the year you turn 70 and 1/2. If you are thinking of retiring a few years earlier, I suggest using a withdrawal rate of 33.
That is, multiply the annual expenses you’re going to need to cover from your retirement savings by 33 to get the amount of savings you’ll need. If you are planning to retire many years before you turn 70, you’re probably not watching this video. What if there is no way for you to save enough to fund the retirement you’d like? That’s a tough problem, but not an uncommon one. To have more income in retirement, wait until 70 to claim social security benefits. Also, consider working a few more years before you retire, looking for part time work after you retire, taking in a roommate, or reducing your spending. Planning for retirement is much harder today than when my father was teaching at Mahtomedi High School. The change from traditional defined benefit pensions to 401(k) retirement plans has shifted the responsibility and risk of funding retirements from employers to individuals. You have to decide how much to save, how to invest your savings, and how much you need to retire. This video may help you figure out the minimum you’ll need to retire. But you will continue to bear the risk that your investments do poorly or that you live longer than expected.
So if you possibly can, try to retire with more than the minimum. .
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Recently, I was overtaking an old.
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re. obtaining the motif, the suggestion is maxing out your contributions. All of these methods that I'' m talking.
about additionally permit you to lower your tax obligation rate, so it'' s specifically valuable. The last means to do.
it is if you have a high-deductible health insurance plan, you can open an HSA and also max that out too..
Generally, you wan na save as much money as you can in your various tax-advantaged accounts. As well as.
know that if you'' re 50 or over, you'' re enabled to add a bit much more than the common optimum..
Look up the optimum quantity and add that.Fifth step is to spend your financial savings. Also though you ' re starting late, it ' s not also late to start spending. I hear this a lot– is it also late
for me? Is it as well late to begin.
spending? It'' s absolutely not. One point that'' s really valuable to keep in mind.
is that you wear'' t have to take all of your retired life money out when you turn 67, if that'' s. the age that you choose to retire. As quickly as you select to retire, you just require to get sufficient.
to survive yearly, actually, also each month, so that you still can allow the remainder of the cash stay.
bought your accounts to make sure that they will certainly grow for as long as they can, which you recognize, can.
wind up being one more thirty years after retirement. Next is to prepare for your sensible retirement..
So as soon as you'' ve done the workouts symphonious one to identify the real situation you'' re in,. figure out if you'' re going to have to function longer than you prepared, you could require to be making.
revenue for longer than you anticipated and simply recognize that.The quicker you
understand that, the a lot more you.
can plan for it. The following point to consider is will you need to move somewhere with a lower.
cost of living? This may be why some people pick to retire in Mexico. Expense of living.
is actually costly in the USA, particularly in some cities. If it'' s gon na make.
your retirement a lot easier and also a whole lot better, take into consideration a change in way of life..
Speaking of transforming lifestyle, you may additionally have to downgrade what you are.
used to to be able to manage to stop working. So think about the compromises. Would certainly you instead function as well as maintain your lifestyle.
or would you instead retire invest time with your grandkids and also maybe not.
go on the lush getaways that you'' re used to? Whether you wan na travel or take art courses.
or hang around with family, you wan na be able to enjoy your retired life without stress.If you.
want some extra support on your journey in the direction of saving money so you can really retire, examine.
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remember it'' s never as well late to begin. So, even though you'' re obtaining a late begin, it'' s. all right. There ' s absolutely really hope. You have time. Simply see to it you begin conserving, re-watch this.
video clip, as well as bear in mind the steps that you'' re intended to do points in, and also if you desire some added.
assistance, feel free to join our member area, The Million Buck Year. We sustain heaps of women.
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re. All of these means that I'' m talking.
It'' s absolutely not. Even though you'' re getting a late begin, it'' s. There ' s definitely hope.
Is it possible in this day and age to become a millionaire? Or perhaps the better question is why would you want to become a millionaire? I mean in media today Millionaires and billionaires for that matter are often not depicted in the best light. Characters like Scrooge McDuck or the always supremely evil C. Montgomery Burns come to mind here. And of course right now in real life we have the ever-present Donald Trump as one of the main poster boys of the super wealthy. So I suppose with that kind of media influence hovering over us our entire lives it’s not surprising that most of us have a fairly negative view of the super wealthy and many really do not want to become a part of it. Especially since the majority of us don’t personally know anyone who’s Super Rich so we don’t have anything to really balance the scales, and that’s all we can really draw upon is what we see in the media.
And that’s really unfortunate because there’s a lot of really great wealthy people out there. But most of them are not in the public eye and even the ones that are in the public eye like Bill Gates don’t get as much media attention as someone like donald Trump does. And as a result there are a lot of misconceptions about millionaires and the wealthy in general. Hey guys, Daniel here from Next Level Life and it recently occurred to me that I’ve been neglecting a huge part of what it takes to have that next level life that we all dream of… because whatever your dream life is, you need to have the finance resources in place first to be able to live it.
So with that in mind I’m going to be starting this new series on my channel covering various topics in the field of personal finance. And as you can see by the title for my first video of the series I wanted to talk about a simple plan that, if stuck to, will practically guarantee your future millionaire status as well as take a moment and really define what a millionaire is and is not. Because believe it or not even for the average American it is possible. No you know what possible is too soft of a claim because it’s more than possible. In fact if you follow a few simple steps it’s almost guaranteed. Don’t believe me? Well hopefully over the course of this video as well as the rest of my personal finance videos that will be coming out soon I’ll be able to convince you. So without further ado, let’s get started. What is a millionaire? A millionaire is simply someone who has a million-dollar positive net worth. Meaning after subtracting debts and other liabilities and expenses they have a million dollars worth of stuff leftover between their cash their house and all their other assets.
That’s really all there is to it. It has nothing to do with how much money you make. It has nothing to do with what type of person you are or how well-known you maybe, it simply means that your assets are valued at least 1 million dollars greater than your liabilities. But how can the average American get to that $1000000 positive net worth in their lifetime? I mean $1000000 that’s 6 zeros, i’d imagine that most of us have never written a check with more than three zeros. Unless of course you bought a new car or house with cash and if that’s the case kudos to you, you may not even need this video because you’re already probably well on your way to that million-dollar net worth. Now I said that if you follow a few simple steps it’s not only possible to reach that million-dollar marker, it’s almost guaranteed.
Let’s find out how. Well I did a few calculations and found out that over the course of the last 40 years the S&P 500 has returned an average of percent per year not including dividends. Now technically speaking past results are no indicator of future returns, but until we see the future returns this is the best we’ve got to go off of. So assuming that over the next 40 years the market does roughly the same as it did since 1978 you could invest $2per month over the next 40 years and become a millionaire. Again assuming no dividends. Now 261 dollars may seem like a lot but when you break it down it’s not even $10 a day, and there are lots of ways to save money. You can cut cable, or go down to a lower internet speed, or not eat out quite as often, or use coupons when you’re shopping for groceries, or you can do none of those things and instead find a way to make a little bit of extra income.
Maybe you start mowing lawns or shovel and driveways on the side, maybe you start selling old clothes that you don’t need anymore online, or if you’re young you might be able to start teaching people how to use social media better. You’d honestly be amazed at how many people would pay you to do that. There’s a ton of options out there, all you have to do is pick the one or maybe few that work out the best for you and start your own Journey on the path to becoming financially independent. Now there’s a couple of things that I want to clear up before ending the video for those of you who are a little bit more Analytical in nature. That percent is the geometric mean rate of return that the S&P 500 has had since 1978 according to Yahoo finance. All I did to get it was go through each year and look at where the market was in September because as of the recording of this video September just ended.
Then I put them all into the Excel spreadsheet and calculated the return. And I think the reason why we hear so many different rate of returns thrown around by Financial gurus is because of the inflation effect. I’ve heard gurus say that you can expect to earn anywhere from 6 to 10% per year in the market. And depending on what time frame and type of average you use any of those numbers could be true. For example if you go from 1978 and use an arithmetic average the average return on the market would be about percent per year. Inflation is generally assumed to be about three to four percent so if you adjust for inflation your realized return would be somewhere in that 6 – 7% range. If you don’t adjust for inflation of course you’re at nearly a 10 percent return. So there you go there’s a simple formula to retiring with the amount of wealth that most of us would consider to be rich.
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among the most typical retirement planning.
inquiries people have is just how much money can I draw from my profile yearly and survive.
in retirement which'' s where the four percent rule can be found in useful as well as it essentially states that.
if you can pull 4 percent or less from your Diversified portfolio purchased points like.
supplies and bonds as well as live off of that quantity while maintaining the rest invested after that there'' s. a great chance that your money is mosting likely to last 20 three decades or more and also as a framework of reference.
if you had a million bucks after that 4 percent would certainly be forty thousand dollars if you had.
5 hundred thousand bucks it would be twenty thousand bucks each year and also it'' s not. established in rock it is based off a research that was done several years back as well as has actually held up well over.
time but there are circumstances where individuals as they age might pull a lot more or if they retire.
early possibly they intend to think about even doing much less than that but it'' s a truly good way to get.
a structure of referral on considering just how much you'' ve saved and what that can translate.
into in retired life regarding earnings goes.
Hey individuals I'' m Tae from Financial
financial picture these you can'' t control regardless of just how difficult you try.
nonetheless when it concerns your individual finances you have full control you have.
control over just how much you invest how much you conserve each and every single month if your.
moms and dads place'' t saved well for retirement there can come a factor.
where you need to utilize your own individual financial resources to assist them and also if you'' re. Struggling economically this will not only be challenging almost.
emotionally too so my essential approach if your.
moms and dads sanctuary'' t save adequate for retirement is to obtain into a. strong financial placement this is a very difficult procedure this is an extremely.
challenging conversation for much of us that have a sensation that our parents.
place'' t conserved enough for retirement it'' s also tough to assume about.
nevertheless overlooking it is not gon na make the problem go away by just how hard.
this might be I motivate you to start having these discussions or a minimum of.
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How much money do you think you would need to be able to retire? It’s a question that a lot of people have asked their financial advisers and it’s one that seems to have a different answer for just about every time it’s asked. And the reason for that is simple the amount of money that you need to be able to retire depends entirely on how much money you think you can earn in retirement through interest and dividends and maybe even a part-time job if that’s your thing, and perhaps even more importantly how much money you’re actually going to need to survive in retirement. And that number seems to change each and every time you ask as well because projections of things like medical expenses change as time goes on. And I’m sure those of you who are nearing retirement watching this video know medical expenses just seem to be going through the roof, particularly for retirees. But that doesn’t really help us it doesn’t give us a goal to strive for as we’re going through our working careers. We may not be able to come up with an exact number that we’ll need but can we come up with something that’s at least going to be close? Well today I’m going to talk about something called the 4% rule and how it gives us that goal to shoot for.
I’m also going to be talking about some other factors to keep in mind when you’re using this rule of thumb as well as some situations where you’re going to want to avoid the 4% rule in entirely. Let’s get started. So what is the 4% rule? It’s a rule of thumb that’s used to determine the amount of funds that you will withdraw from a retirement account each year. It’s also sometimes called the safe withdrawal rate because the money you take out usually consists mostly of interest and dividends, and thus your principal either stays the same or goes down a little bit but not too much. In fact in 1994 a financial advisor named William Bengan did an exhaustive study of historical returns in the market focusing heavily on the severe Market crashes of the great Depression and the early 1970s and concluded that even during those hard Times no historical case existed where the safe withdrawal rate exhausted a retirement portfolio in less than 33 years.
And for most of us 33 years would easily cover our retirement. The idea behind the rule is that once you have approximately 25 times your annual expenses saved for retirement you should be able to retire with reasonable certainty that you could survive until death on your savings. Because at that point the amount that you take out for your annual expenses would be approximately 4% of your retirement savings. And when I say 4% of your retirement savings I mean your entire retirement savings anything that’s been earmarked to use only in retirement this includes 401ks IRAs and any other ways you’ve saved a nest egg for retirement.
For example if you had $450,000 in your 401k and $50,000 personal IRA then you would have $500,000 in all of your retirement accounts and your initial withdrawal on the first year retirement would be 4% of that $500,000 or $20,000. So some other factors that you’re going to want to keep in mind when using the 4% rule in addition to keeping an eye on your expenses, is to account for inflation. The 4% rule believe it or not actually allows you to increase the amount you withdraw to keep Pace with inflation. You can account for this either by just setting a flat 2% increase to your withdrawals each year which is the target inflation rate by the Federal Reserve or by just looking to see what the inflation rate was for the current year and adjusting based off of that. Now you might be wondering how this could possibly be I mean if you increase how much you would withdraw to keep up with inflation won’t you eventually run out of money? It’s a legitimate question but as it turns out no.
And it’s because over the long term the market goes up. Now there are a lot of numbers that are thrown around by financial advisors about how much the market actually goes up I’ve heard anything from 6 to 10% a year on average. I’m going to be conservative here and go with the 6% end of the scale. So let’s go back to the example I’ve been using in the video you start off retirement with $500,000 in savings, and in the first year of retirement you withdraw $20,000 or 4% of your savings. And I’m also using a compound interest calculator here, and it assumes that whatever you withdraw is withdrawn right at the start of the year.
So the $20,000 is going to be withdrawn on January 1st of every year. I’m only noting that because it makes it a worst case scenario you were to say withdraw $20,000 over the course of an entire year but you did it in installments of $1,600 each month you would be able to earn interest on the rest of the money that you hadn’t yet withdrawn throughout the rest of the year and thus you’re ending net worth would end up being a little bit higher than it will be in this example. So on January 1st you withdraw $20,000, meaning you only have $480,000 left in your nest egg. But over the course of the year the market goes up by 6% which means the value of your portfolio at December 31st would be $508,800. Now in year two of retirement you increase your withdrawal by 2%. So on January 1st of the second year of your retirement you withdraw $20,400. That brings your portfolio value down from $508,800 to $488,400. But again the market goes up 6%, which by December 31st brings the total value of your portfolio up to $517,704. If you were to continue to calculate this out for 30 years you’re ending net worth would be $787,716.90, almost $300,000 dollars more than what you started with in retirement! But of course this is just a rule of thumb so there are situations where you’re going to want to avoid using this all together.
One of those situations would be if your portfolio consists of a lot more higher risk Investments then say your typical index funds and bonds that are usually in a retirement portfolio. This is because obviously a higher risk investment can go down a lot faster than your typical retirement portfolios, which can be extremely devastating especially early on in retirement. Also this rule of thumb only really works if you stick to it year in and year out. And if you’re not going to be able to do that then you don’t want to use this as your retirement goal, because even violating the rule for one year to splurge on a major purchase can have a severe effect on your retirement savings down the road because the principal from which the interest and dividends that you get to survive is compounded from gets reduced. Let me give you an example of how this works: Say that in addition to taking out the $20,000 your first year in retirement, you decide to treat yourself with a new car and figuring that you’ll be traveling a lot during retirement you want to get one that’s good, big, and comfortable as well as reliable.
So for this example let’s say you get a new Toyota 4Runner for about $35,000. Now I know that you could probably find it for cheaper used, but not everybody likes to buy cars used I know my dad didn’t and besides this is just an example. So you drop $35,000 on a new car and you still have to have money to live so the $20,000 still does come out of your retirement, meaning that you only have $445,000 leftover. Now admittedly the market still does go up about 6% leaving you with a nest egg of $471,700 at the end of the year.
And even if you were to stick to the 4% withdrawal rate for the rest of retirement which, would be 30 years in this example, by the 27th year you would be taking out more than you earned an interest and dividends as well as how much the market went up. And by the 30th year of retirement you would withdraw $35,516, but with interest, dividends, and Market appreciation your portfolio would have only gained $33,209 in value.
And that could put you in a pretty dangerous position should the market go down for a couple years, or if you have some kind of medical emergency. Now I don’t want to make it seem all bad, I mean unless you retired early, after 30 years in retirement you’re probably in your 90s and don’t need the money to last very much longer and even in this example you still do end with $586,000. It could be worse right? However I do want to bring your attention to the difference that this made. This one purchase made your ending net worth that you could have left as inheritance to your children or grandchildren or even donated to charity go from $787,000 all the way down to $586,000, that’s a difference of over $200,000. And all that’s with just one splurge. But that’ll about do it for me I hope you enjoyed the video and if you did or if you learned something be sure to like And subscribe I’ve got a lot more of these Finance coming out in the near future as well as some more book summaries and other fun stuff.
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That'' s this one kind of command.
that keeps turning up in action to my videos it'' s the whole oh you manage.
services ah you'' re still working you ' re not retired or oh you make YouTube videos.
you'' re still functioning no you ' re not retired it ' s not like the retirement cops you know I. mean clearly to these individuals available retirement strictly implies say goodbye to working no extra require to.
earn money and also for some remarkably it'' s also age bound evidently to be retired I obtained ta be 60.
plus [Music] I indicate to be honest I think this is just a ridiculous debate over semantics right because.
well you can call it whatever you like we'' re delighted living the method we live We'' re not gon na transform.
anything even if of YouTube remarks right yet I also feel obliged to direct out that for.
these people thinking retired life strictly means say goodbye to working normal generating income they''
re. actually really incorrect it ' s a view that ' s kind of simply separated from reality completely and.
the scariest thing is that if you stick to this idea you might never retire appearance I understand the.
origins of the concept that retirement amounts to regular job I grew up because era as well that era where.
you will certainly work 40 plus years in this one consistent work retire at 65 and after that Tada Grand exit with.
this gold wall surface gold watch and your pension plan or you understand Singaporean situation you understand cpaf and after that.
off to the golf links you go now historically if you look at the context this was formed in the.
supposed golden years of the post-world Battle II full work today these days quite.
evident life work whatever has considerably transformed since not the very least source of Automation and.
digitalization jobs are no longer the steady point it made use of to be rather currently it'' s highly unstable.
I indicate consider what happened during the pandemic and after that now that the pandemic is over it'' s the. tech discharges and increasingly terrific information with the advances in AI drops are vanishing.
completely the center class is vanishing they say the abundant are getting richer the bad are.
obtaining poorer so job these days already looks so various from what it used to be three decades ago.
Why on Earth would certainly anyone expect retirement to continue to be the same as before I indicate the truth.
is that it doesn'' t for one it ' s obtained'a great deal more costly we ' re living
a lot longer these. days Treatment has actually likewise obtained increasingly costly housing costs maintain Climbing so costly.
Increasing inflation insufficient wage development the amount of cash the professionals keep saying you need.
for a comfortable retired life keeps Increasing however let'' s just take a practical number for the minimum.
advised quantity of cost savings for retirement in the US obviously that would have to do with 555 000 United States.
bucks or 10 times the U.S median revenue however then another survey reveals that generally senior citizens have.
simply slightly over a hundred as well as seventy thousand dollars conserved for retirement some senior citizens.
apparently just have absolutely nothing zero and also even in Singapore among the most affluent nations in the.
globe over 60 percent of pre-retired singaporeans are stating they'' re not on track to retired life. either so after that what do you believe all these individuals throughout the world both pre-retirement as well as already.
retired are doing so this is what they'' re doing this is simply what stands out right up if you do.
a quick Google on the Net by the way according to Wikipedia everybody'' s default Guru.
on all points in deep space if you check out Wiki'' s web page on retired life in the United States as you age you.
have six way of life options and out of the six 4 entails some type of work full time or part-time.
the truth seems to be that lots of retired people are around side rushing or freelancing or establishing.
there'' s like semi-retirement you recognize going back to work part-time that'' s freelancing Consulting.
what some people call opportunistic working often they just do things like offering.
or adding anyhow they delight in however appears like it'' s a standard that several retired people are.
out there functioning or earning money or just getting this established routine in their retired life feeling.
deliberate engaged and pretty satisfied it'' s really a great deal around simply progressing past that phase in life.
where your job is so consolidated paying the cost of you and your family'' s presence that numerous.
individuals stick to doing lousy work they truly dislike simply to endure I think that insisting.
that retirement must be a Continuous vacation with no work or generating income whatsoever it'' s. really simply quite an ignorant idea that valued Eternal holiday vision is not also a sustainable.
thing actually I mean check out all the anecdotal proof from all the people out there you understand.
they'' re stating that that Infinite trip phase of retirement it really lasts nearly one.
two years on typical Max prior to one gets burnt out as well as dispirited and also that feeling of loss and also being.
shed correct in it'' s a whole cycle apparently you relax you get tired eventually you discover.
brand-new Pursuits and engagement money making or not and also then you obtain delighted again until the.
end to make sure that'' s the four stages of retired life so this person clarifies it in this video clip it makes.
total feeling you feel like you can examine that out however basically moral of the story at whatever age.
or phase of Life maintaining hectic having function and interaction a good routine feeling included.
feeling economically safeguard it'' s healthy as well as it makes individuals delighted on the various other hand if you.
remain to urge retirement you should imply no even more work ever before since that'' s just how you'think
you ' ll. enjoy up until your end despite the fact that the proof points otherwise after that you recognize that trashful.
amount of retired life savings is just ever before going to keep shifting continually higher and also to strike it.
you'' re probably mosting likely to wind up functioning that added a lot more years it'' s currently occurring official.
old age throughout the world keeps enhancing as well as say eventually happily you really handle to.
obtain there you retire you'' re sigh greatly kick back into your coastline chair which dream.
become a reality Continuous holiday situation and after that one 2 years later bam on time.
it'' s shed calamity as well as your sphere lonely shed probably asking yourself where everything went pear-shaped.
You pedal through some even more ears as well as allow lost the bottom mode and after that you'' ll locate yourself. perhaps aged 70 and yet lacked savings due to the fact that you didn'' t work right in between and after that you.
wind up being one of those people available Googling how to locate a job at 70.
you actually require to that'' s got ta suck so instead here'' s my recommendation as opposed to clinging onto this.
out-of-date suggestion of retired life I think it'' s way more effective to spend your time finding out what'' s. possible currently for you and also your ability you might hang out thinking of how you can perhaps take.
control and also redefine job as well as retirement in your life on your own due to the fact that if you don'' t work and also. retired life is being redefined for you by society as well as federal government anyhow whether you like it or not.
and after that you'' re simply going to be adhering to along you can consider how you can perhaps decouple.
the job you do from the expense of your existence and after that perhaps even better you can consider.
whether you can locate some means to decouple creating those existence calls from the direct.
input of your time and I believe this is all actually crucial if you don'' t intend to be stuck on the.
grind up until you'' re concerning like I wear ' t know 120 years of ages because it'' s coming for all of us.
that time in your life where you can'' t make the exact same money at your work as you can when you.
were more youthful or had also obtain a suitable paying task whatever that might be when you need one due to the fact that.
of like ageism and also all those things you understand most Financial suggestions out there they say that.
usually for any of us to retire conveniently we need around 75 to 80 percent of our pre-retirement.
revenue to proceed our current requirement of living so below'' s the circumstance back when I was still.
in the workforce myself running that corporate hamster wheel so I had a task I was so done hectic.
simply functioning so I can hang on to that work it was my only source of money so my entire presence.
was you understand reliant on that income and as soon as hell was not believing to myself about exactly how I.
can redefine help myself or if someday if I quit working just how I could still generate 80 of.
that income monthly so my presence wouldn'' t have to considerably change I suggest sure you can do.
like what we did now appropriate you recognize downgrade your way of life possibly relocate overseas to a less expensive location.
end up being much less high upkeep in retired life so you wear'' t need 80 of your pre-retirement income.
Maybe you'' ll still need what 30 40 percent and also if right now your only revenue generation.
is through that work that salary you obtained no Investments nothing else abilities no side hustles.
no absolutely nothing when that work retires you at that compulsory age or because of a few other scenarios.
God forbid after that what are you going to do I believe that'' s the sincere reality for many working.
grownups around still especially a lot more so if you actually got wed and started bulging.
children you understand time just evaporates really swiftly at this stage of life already so I believe most of us.
require this reminder you understand to seek out from our service you recognize to check out the bigger photo.
as well as attempt to regulate where we'' re all headed towards if you'' re still enjoying this video at this moment.
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