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User Info: yohabroha

yohabroha
1 month ago#11
I don't need advice, I just live in San Francisco
"Myself I am a PC Gamer but I am forced to keep this side of me hidden because of who I am and my brand integrity." - dan_fs

User Info: yohabroha

yohabroha
1 month ago#12
and also have expensive taste in certain avenues. while i'll need more than $2,000,000 to comfortably retire, I'm well on my way to attaining that in a reasonable time.
"Myself I am a PC Gamer but I am forced to keep this side of me hidden because of who I am and my brand integrity." - dan_fs

User Info: Lienhart

Lienhart
1 month ago#13
yohabroha posted...
and also have expensive taste in certain avenues. while i'll need more than $2,000,000 to comfortably retire, I'm well on my way to attaining that in a reasonable time.


If you live in San Fran your salary should be equal to the combined income of my fiance and I (we make a bit over $150,000 combined).

If it's not, get out lol

P.S. Stop seeing escorts ;)

EDIT AGAIN: Also forgot to mention, retirement generally means moving away from the city...at least for me. I'm currently living in a f***ing 600 sqft shack. If we moved out of the city, I could get a 3000 sqft place for the same price.

User Info: yohabroha

yohabroha
1 month ago#14
it's not, but SF is manageable with roommates and i'm still at the age where roommates are at least acceptable and not sad (i see 40 year olds looking for roommates in the city and its super depressing). nowhere in the country pays people in my position at my age as much as they do here, even going somewhere where cost of living is 50% what it is here, the dropoff in salary would still have me earning less. Also, ESOP for this company alone will have me set for retirement.
"Myself I am a PC Gamer but I am forced to keep this side of me hidden because of who I am and my brand integrity." - dan_fs

User Info: Lienhart

Lienhart
1 month ago#15
yohabroha posted...
it's not, but SF is manageable with roommates and i'm still at the age where roommates are at least acceptable and not sad (i see 40 year olds looking for roommates in the city and its super depressing). nowhere in the country pays people in my position at my age as much as they do here, even going somewhere where cost of living is 50% what it is here, the dropoff in salary would still have me earning less. Also, ESOP for this company alone will have me set for retirement.


Well, you clearly thought it through.

Would you stay in SF for retirement though...?

User Info: BearShrooms

BearShrooms
1 month ago#16
yohabroha posted...
where do you live where 2 mil is enough to retire


Anywhere with access to even basic interest rates. 1% on 2 mil is 20k/year. You can get that on a savings account pretty easily. An 8% return on investment, which is nothing special or even difficult to obtain covers the 3% raise an inflation and provides 100k/year for spending.

Being wealthy doesn't come from having a lot of money, it comes from the huge amount of money generating more money. Once you have a certain amount of money your money is literally capable of generating enough to sustain itself and your expenditures and it doesnt even require that much of a return on investment.

User Info: yohabroha

yohabroha
1 month ago#17
i don't even plan to start a family in the city, but silicon valley, which has some nice areas, is getting worse than SF as far as costs go these days
"Myself I am a PC Gamer but I am forced to keep this side of me hidden because of who I am and my brand integrity." - dan_fs

User Info: Terrorknight3

Terrorknight3
1 month ago#18
This thread has gone extremely off topic LMAO.

User Info: ElDudorino

ElDudorino
1 month ago#19
The Silicon Valley has been stupidly overpriced for a long time and the last time I headed out there to visit family I saw new high-rises being built alongside a highway that was already gridlocked half of every day when I left the country in 2005. The last thing they need is more people living there! I used to want to move back to the Bay Area one day but at this point even if it wasn't stupidly expensive I don't think I'd want to live there anymore.
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