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Data are my own finances for the year before and after I retired, conveniently on 12/31.
Graphs produced with http://sankeymatic.com/build/
Numbers normalized to pre-tax salary of 100,000 for privacy paranoia. I will share this demographic data: single person, Georgia (US) resident. I paid off the mortgage just before retiring, but have not made any dramatic changes in lifestyle (i.e., no world tour).
I have a newbie question. What is this data visualization style called? What tool can be used to generate these dashboards?
This is very cool! I bet 2017 was a great year for you, as your NW continued to grow after retiring.
I think the people over at r/financialindependence would love this as well!
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