Fidelity has a feature that compares your 401K to your peers by state, age, and salary range.

Entomology

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I kind of went :hs: at mine because I just turned 35 and the average balance/saving rate is pretty low for my age group (35-39).

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Interestingly people who are working from the ages of 60-64 have a higher average savings rate than people who are working from ages 65-69. It goes up against at age 70+.


It's likely none of you care about this but I thought it was interesting.
 

rcm

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Maxed 401k crew signing in.

I dont have a bunch if shit that my peers do 'cause I'd really like to end this career and do what I want ~60yrs old.
Lol at not enjoying shit until you're 60.
 

eric5678

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Deposited some cheques at the bank today and someone left their receipt at the ATM. They withdrew $60 and their balance was -$25.xx :hs:

But on the flip side, I picked one up at an ATM a while back that had 800k available.

Left that one out in communal spaces for a while at work and quickly saw that comparison is a thief of joy.
 

Jumpem

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Oct 9, 2002
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shit that makes me feel better as I feel like I am super behind but I am higher than that
Their rule of thumb is 2x your salary at 35.

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