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I plan to retire at 52, I'm 37 now.

Things in round numbers get me excited - when my IRA or 401(k) pass a mark (like 50K or 100K or whatever), it makes me feel like I accomplished something.

So, my happy dance is because my retirement money surpassed $400K for the first time over the weekend.


(who really has no reason to post this, except that I love these boards and I love cheering on others when they hit milestones)
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