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A long time ago I wrote a post about stock options called Basically I wrote about why most people do not get rich from stock options here in the valley and I really hope that young folks coming out of college read my post.  With that said, I am writing this post today because my company just got acquired by a huge company this week.   This is one of the many mergers and acquisitions in the technology field this week and those of you who know me know which deal it is.   As expected, I am not rich , but I will be getting enough from my shares to afford a decent vacation.

There were a lot of mergers and acquisitions in the past few years because having an IPO is becoming increasingly difficult.   Although the stock market is a lot higher than last year, the truth is that the economy is still awful and is possibly even worse than last year.  If you look at mutual fund flows, you will see that billions of dollars are still being pulled out of equities.  Money is flowing towards gold, bonds, and just plain cash.  Unemployment is actually higher than last year if you face reality and forget about the government swill in the mainstream media.  Right now half a million people are claiming new unemployment benefits every week  while only tens of thousands of  private sector jobs are being created every month.  It is basically like someone is trying to fill the Grand Canyon with a shovel and a bucket of sand. It is not pretty and  I do  feel fortunate to be where I am at right now.

Personally, I think that mergers and acquisitions make a lot of sense right now.  Small independent companies like the one I work for have to work so much harder just to survive, and many small companies are dying out.   I think a lot of small companies actually want to be bought right now because it would make life easier for them.  Also, there is  still a lot of money for the founders if they are acquired.  One of my classmates from college just walked away with millions in the Disney/Playdom deal because he is a founder.  You could say that he is just lucky, but he did found a company that has a product that Disney thought was worth buying, and his company does support many families.     It takes hard work, dedication, and vision to build a company, and I do believe that founders of companies deserve the rewards they get in these deals.

I’m not sure what the future will be like with a big conglomerate, but for now everything should stay the same.  After my last company was partially sold for a very high sum in 2007,  recruiters descended like vultures and a ton of people left.  I really hope that the same thing doesn’t  happen here, but the culture of the valley is that once an exit event happens a lot of people will leave and try to strike it rich in another startup.  I guess my take on that is the same thing I wrote years ago.  If you are not a founder, then don’t expect to get rich.  If you are a founder, don’t count on succeeding because most startups still die out or never reach an exit event.   Anyway, I will still stick to my plan of early retirement, and this deal will hopefully put me a few months ahead of my original goal.

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Lately I have been thinking a lot about.  If we did not have any housing costs, then our monthly expenses would significantly decrease.  This is a very generous monthly budget I have drafted.

Property Taxes: $358
Food: $600
Car Insurance: $190
Gas:$200
Electricity and water: $175
Home insurance: $50
Cellphone + internet: $120
Life insurance: $42
Travel and Entertainment: $300
Home maintenance: $100
Total: $2135

I know that I didn’t include donations, taxes, and health insurance, but I did include a generous estimate of our core expenses.  We actually don’t spend that much in some of the categories above.  So what does this mean?

By my calculations, if we maxed out our 401k and then threw every penny of our earnings  at our mortgage right now we can pay it off in a little over five years.   And in lieu of a sale at the or cash raining from the sky, it may be our only alternative. If we had the mortgage completely paid off, then we would be very close to financial independence because it is not extremely difficult for us to generate $2000 a month through part time work or online ventures.  Even though I am not blogging much as before, I am still making money from my old articles.  If I had more time to develop my websites then it is not inconceivable to generate another $1000 a month.

The hubby is telling me to do what I think is best, and I have been prepaying the mortgage, but not at an extreme level.  We have thrown a few hundred  extra to the principal every month.  Perhaps I should start throwing every penny at it from now on.  Our mortgage rate is only 4.875% and some may say that there are better investments out there now, but I feel that it is tough to find something with a guaranteed return of 4.875% now.  The economy is still at a precarious stage where deflation seems imminent.   We already have a good cash emergency fund that would last about 2 years, and we are still investing in the stock market for the long term in our 401ks.  Basically, there is no reason not to pay off this debt now.

Some people have told me that I am crazy, but I really think that I am just being conservative.  Why would I want to keep debt for decades?

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