What would you do?

What would you do?

  • Spend it on the house

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    28
  • Poll closed .

Coiled03

Well-Known Member
Established Member
Joined
Jun 25, 2004
Messages
12,264
Location
IL
SVTP is so awesome.

Everyone maxes their 401K, their IRAs, their Roth IRAs, and has 24 months worth of bill stashed in savings. Then, they still have enough money left over for all the toys they could ever want.
 

Blk04L

. . .
Established Member
Premium Member
Joined
Nov 1, 2006
Messages
11,322
Location
South Florida
SVTP is so awesome.

Everyone maxes their 401K, their IRAs, their Roth IRAs, and has 24 months worth of bill stashed in savings. Then, they still have enough money left over for all the toys they could ever want.

Yea, maybe back when I was 18 working 56 jobs a week. 24 month savings is SVTPeasant level brah.
 

IronSnake

Beers for the boys
Established Member
Joined
Aug 30, 2006
Messages
4,337
Location
South Carolina
SVTP is so awesome.

Everyone maxes their 401K, their IRAs, their Roth IRAs, and has 24 months worth of bill stashed in savings. Then, they still have enough money left over for all the toys they could ever want.

Dual income household with no kids and both under 30 helps. Kids in two years is the plan

I just got tired of stressing every month and looking at massive bills, all while going outside and partying in the garage while spending thousands of dollars on the fox over and over. So after the IRS and initial build of the car, I curbed the major expenses except for the BBS RK's and called it good enough.

When our student loans are over, i'll resume recklessly spending money on things I don't need for a car I don't drive.
 

Coiled03

Well-Known Member
Established Member
Joined
Jun 25, 2004
Messages
12,264
Location
IL
Dual income household with no kids and both under 30 helps. Kids in two years is the plan

I just got tired of stressing every month and looking at massive bills, all while going outside and partying in the garage while spending thousands of dollars on the fox over and over. So after the IRS and initial build of the car, I curbed the major expenses except for the BBS RK's and called it good enough.

When our student loans are over, i'll resume recklessly spending money on things I don't need for a car I don't drive.

I'm with ya. I was just making light of the advice typically given around here in these kinds of threads. It's as if no one has ever had a little fun with some extra money before. Nope, save every penny you earn above and beyond bills. That way, you can will it to someone else when you die.
 

tones_RS3

I like members members.
Established Member
Premium Member
Joined
Jan 29, 2016
Messages
21,317
Location
MA
Part of me says pay off the debt and part of me says buy some Mustang mods. My brain says pay off the debt and my heart says buy Mustang mods. lol
Good luck man.
 
Last edited:

Users who are viewing this thread



Top