‘It gets easier,’ says influencer 25. ‘The first £50k is the hardest,’ she says.

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‘It gets easier’: How a 25-year-old influencer amassed a £260k net worth – ‘the first £50k is the hardest’

AN INFLUENCER has detailed how, at the age of 25, she amassed a net worth of over £250,000.

Queenie Tan, a Sydney resident, has amassed a substantial fortune on her path to financial independence.

The influencer, who goes by the handle @investwithqueenie, uses her social media platforms to encourage others to do the same.

She detailed how long it took her and her partner to reach various financial milestones in a recent post.

“We just hit (dollar)500k (£267k) net worth,” Queenie wrote on her Instagram page.

“The first (dollar)100k (£53k) was the most difficult, but after that it became easier as our investments compounded and our income grew! I wish I had known this when we first started!”

“So don’t worry if it doesn’t seem to be moving fast enough; it will.”

Queenie and her partner amassed a net worth of £53,000 in 33 months, almost three years.

It took 14 months to reach the next goal of AU$200k (£107k).

After only six months, the couple’s net worth had risen to AU(dollar)300k (£160k) and AU(dollar)300k (£214k) in just five months.

The couple celebrated their fifth anniversary five months later.

In her post, the influencer showed how her total net worth of AU(dollar)510,062, or £270k, is broken down.

The couple’s stock portfolio holds the most money, with AU(dollar)202,249 (£108k) in it.

The couple’s home equity is AU(dollar)145,446 (£78k), which is the value of their home minus their mortgage.

The couple has AU$65,760 (£35k) in cash savings.

Queenie has AU$37,264 (£20k) in her pension plan, while her partner Pablo has AU$37,146 (£20k).

The couple has AU(dollar)20,049 (£11k) in crypto and AU(dollar)2,148 (£1,150) in micro-investments.

To increase their net worth, the couple heavily relies on investing.

It’s important to remember that investing can be risky, and you could lose money.

Queenie has previously detailed how she invests AU$2,000 (£1068.99) per month.

“You should consider seeking independent legal, financial, taxation, or other advice to check how the website information relates to your unique circumstances,” the influencer writes on her website, noting that she is not a financial advisor.

The value of all a person’s assets minus their liabilities is their net worth.

This includes the value of your checking and savings accounts, any cash you have, your pension, as well as the value of your home and vehicles.

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