22 year old-Net worth update

I published the net worth of FU#1, our 1st of six children, in October 2020 here, so time for another update on his progress.

Last time he had just started a new job after being made redundant from the company he served his apprenticeship with.

He is still enjoying his new job and has been working from home since the last update, and has still to meet his colleagues in person!

The job is better money and has more opportunity for professional development towards his future career. So, overall, being made redundant from his first job has turned out to be a blessing in disguise.

As lockdown has eased he has started to meet up with friends again so that is a good thing for him now as well.

 

Fire Plan

He continues to follow the strategy of investing 50% of his net income in LISAs and ISAs, and we transferred his last AE pension into his SIPP.

He has been enrolled into a new works pension at his new company, and also has the opportunity to contribute to a Sharesave scheme. I do not know much about sharesave schemes so I will have to research it to see if it is any good. Any advice is welcome.

 

Net Worth

April ’21 Net Worth £33,168 – LISA  £20,871, ISA/Cash £9,988, AE pen TBA, SIPP £2,309

 

Sept ’20 Net worth £22,633 – LISA  £15,794,  ISA £4,716, AE pen £1,846, SIPP £277

June ’20 Net worth £18,034 – LISA  £12,814,  ISA £3,591, AE pen £1,367, SIPP £262

Feb ’20  Net worth  £15,512 – LISA  £11,665,  ISA £2,535, AE pension £1,030, SIPP £281

 

Net worth is up £10.5k in six months from September ’20, just under a 50% increase, and he is bang on track with his projected figures.

 

As mentioned above any tips or potential pitfalls to watch out for with Sharesave schemes would be much appreciated.

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1 Response to 22 year old-Net worth update

  1. Steve says:

    Take as much Sharesave as you can, they are a great offer!
    Usually you get to buy shares at a discount to the current price and any gains are tax free!

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