I'm 21 Years Old and My Net Worth Recently Hit +£20,000 AMA

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I have no idea how to celebrate this milestone and thought I would do it on TSR.


I have hit £20,000 in savings recently on an Apprentice Salary, feel free to ask me anything!
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favourite colour?
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favourite colour?
Light Blue
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What apprenticeship are you pursuing?
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What apprenticeship are you pursuing?
I'm doing a Sales Apprenticeship. I think I'm gonna end up in a technical role, but I haven't decided yet.
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Are you planning to buy a property or holiday overseas within the next 24 months?
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How do you fund your addiction? Have you tried going cold turkey?
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Are you planning to buy a property or holiday overseas within the next 24 months?
No. I'm not planning on buying property in the UK for the foreseeable future.
I might go on holiday, but for me, a holiday is visiting family overseas.
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Are you still living at home with your family?
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Are you still living at home with your family?
Yup. I plan to keep living at home for another 2-3 years.
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£20,000 it's enough big summ (i have converted it cause i live in USA and it's about $28,000). Invest this summ somewhere. For example in cryptocurrency or buy a car or flat. I hope your nickname is a joke and you willn't spend your money for heroin
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What do you mean it’s not a big enough sum.
For retirement? Yea, obviously.
For a house deposit? Its on the way.

I think for a 21 year old it’s doing quite well, most young people struggle to save. Between education and living costs means most are actually accruing debt not savings. So sure $30,000 is not going to change the world, it is an excellent place to be for a 21yo.
ah... they said 'it's enough big sum'
how awkward may this lil slip up be i wonder
still very much agree with you though!!
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ah... they said 'it's enough big sum'
how awkward may this lil slip up be i wonder
still very much agree with you though!!
Woops, thats embarrassing (sorry mary),

I saw they said invest in crypto and hit then hit quote. I will delete.
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£20,000 it's enough big summ (i have converted it cause i live in USA and it's about $28,000). Invest this summ somewhere. For example in cryptocurrency or buy a car or flat. I hope your nickname is a joke and you willn't spend your money for heroin
Thanks for the Tip mate.

The sum is invested in stocks, shares, and some crypto.

I hold very little of it in cash.
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