There are a few big assumptions in this FI journey:
1. I am able to grow my assets at 8% p.a. so that the inflation-adjusted growth rate is 5% p.a.
2. I have captured all my expenses correctly, and nothing needs to be added in the future.
Of these, I think 1. is the most difficult. I revisited it again, and frankly, I think the assumption is incorrect.
My assets include my CPF, cash components, bond, whose returns will not hit 8% p.a.
So now to satisfy the 4% withdrawal rule, I am only going to consider my stock portfolio as my starting balance.
My recalculations are below:
Turns out I have 10 more months to go.
I will call this FI 2.0 to differentiate from my 'achievement' of FI 1.0 a month ago.