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What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?

 
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What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
Lots of people live off of $25K or less per year. What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?

I think I could live comfortably off of $75,000 a year without any problems.
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10 bux
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10 bux
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
10 bux
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There is no way you can live off of 10 dollars a year.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
Depends on where you are.
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10 bux
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There is no way you can live off of 10 dollars a year.
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You are just doin' it wrong, bro.

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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
10 bux
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There is no way you can live off of 10 dollars a year.
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You are just doin' it wrong, bro.

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That is IMPOSSIBLE!

Explain your expenses and how to live off of 10 dollars a year.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
€100 a month in Asia keeps you in comfort. Depends on were you live:-)
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300,000
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
150,000 between my wife and I. Finally at a point where all our bills are paid, can save a little, go out to restaurant a couple times a week, and have a nice vacation a couple times a year. Don't need much more than that.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
Lots of people live off of $25K or less per year. What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?

I think I could live comfortably off of $75,000 a year without any problems.
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65-110....is reasonable...under and above you need to start cheating the system.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
To not die:

housing (on your own) = $500/month(12) = $6000
gmo shit food for a year = appx $3600
other (insurance, gas, registration, taxes, etc) = $5000

for your average hive minded drone that equates living with paretns to having AIDS = $17000 for one person.

Me? I'm a happy "basement dweller." I pay for food and gas in the car, and i make about $2000 a year. I'm quite content where i am.

I'm sure you're not mad at all, but..












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We can live comfortably on $36k a year.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
I'd say a single person could live very comfortably with 40,000 a year. A married man, raising a wife and kids in the US would need 80,000
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
Lots of people live off of $25K or less per year. What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?

I think I could live comfortably off of $75,000 a year without any problems.
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^this
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
10 bux
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That's so much bacon.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
It depends how much damage is done during the years but all considered and adding medical.

1.5mil but that's just sneaking by!
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
15,000

No mortgage, no car payments (own both).
Rarely eat out, I cook better and it costs less to make fresh, not processed meals.

Staycation a couple times a year, don't go to movies or bars... my entertainment can be found at home indoors and out.

I make enough to pay all the bills, eat well, buy more toys and save some... go figure. tounge
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
25k would be enough for anyone who isnt a douche.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
I feel a need to connect with Ocean energies periodically. Not to swim or surf but to just be in the presence and on the sand. I want to look to the horizon and just see endless water and waves. The rougher the better.

My Wife, of course, has zero interest in this...almost as if my peace of mind is some sort of vague threat.

Sad.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
I'd say a single person could live very comfortably with 40,000 a year. A married man, raising a wife and kids in the US would need 80,000
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YES!!! We are a family of 5 and only my husband works, I stay home and do the Wife and Mother things. We live on 80,000, and we manage to save some in our savings, and go on 1-2 vacations a year. If it's a big vacation, it would be only one a year, if it's a little vacation it would be twice a year.


It's sad because we used to live on 50,000 a year comfortable, but it is THE GOVERNMENT AND THE ELITES WHO HAVE RUINED IT FOR THE AVERAGE MIDDLE INCOME FAMILY, now we need to work more and spend less time with our families just to make enough to live off of.


SCREW YOU ELITES AND GOVERNMENT, WHAT COMES AROUND GOES AROUND!!!

In one hour Gold and Silver will be worthless



HA HA HA HA HA HA

A Smart person would stock up on can food and water and medicine.......

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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
25k would be enough for anyone who isnt a douche.
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The rich-ass people would highly disagree with you.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
I'd say a single person could live very comfortably with 40,000 a year. A married man, raising a wife and kids in the US would need 80,000
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Ha, ha, ha........YOU can't live off 80,000 a year?


My husband & I used to laugh at the postal employees who said they couldn't live on $50,000 a year & we were living on less than $10,000 a year.


We're married, still have a child living at home (now 18) & her boyfriend hangs out quite a bit here & we're living on $28k per year.

I'm flabbergasted when people make statements like that.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
in my 20's, married and very comfortable on 13K

In my 30's, 90K was comfortable

In my 40's 230K was comfortable

In my 50s I can get by on 150K comfortably.

You get comfortable with what you have.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
To not die:

housing (on your own) = $500/month(12) = $6000
gmo shit food for a year = appx $3600
other (insurance, gas, registration, taxes, etc) = $5000

for your average hive minded drone that equates living with paretns to having AIDS = $17000 for one person.

Me? I'm a happy "basement dweller." I pay for food and gas in the car, and i make about $2000 a year. I'm quite content where i am.

I'm sure you're not mad at all, but..












umad?
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Wow, you make 2000 a year mowing and raking Moms lawn? Awesome.
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I'd say a single person could live very comfortably with 40,000 a year. A married man, raising a wife and kids in the US would need 80,000
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Ha, ha, ha........YOU can't live off 80,000 a year?


My husband & I used to laugh at the postal employees who said they couldn't live on $50,000 a year & we were living on less than $10,000 a year.


We're married, still have a child living at home (now 18) & her boyfriend hangs out quite a bit here & we're living on $28k per year.

I'm flabbergasted when people make statements like that.
 Quoting: mopar28m


single/divorced guy and $75K is paycheck to paycheck
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Depends on where you live. In New York City, 25 grand puts you in the homeless category. Someplace in small town USA and it would be enough to have a decent place to live.

Not going to give you luxury anywhere. If that is what you want, then you need to go out and earn a whole lot more.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
15,000

No mortgage, no car payments (own both).
Rarely eat out, I cook better and it costs less to make fresh, not processed meals.

Staycation a couple times a year, don't go to movies or bars... my entertainment can be found at home indoors and out.

I make enough to pay all the bills, eat well, buy more toys and save some... go figure. tounge
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AC, you make so much sense and sound like me. A life like that is a life well lived.

We were able to pay off everything this year. I wonder if you are retired.

As for the food, no kidding, you eat far better at home. Just made oven chili tonight, a chili that is started in a pot but then poured into a dish and baked in the oven. What a wonderful chili that makes, a little thicker than some, but really good.

Bill's Oven Chili

Some ground beef or other meat, 2 cans diced or stewed tomatos, a bit of chili powder to taste, a dash of balsamic vinegar, kidney beans, a can of baked beans.
Chopped onion, and fresh garlic. Some corn.


saute onions and garlic and meat in skillet. Add the tomatoes and the baked beans. Spice to taste. Add the beans and corn. Pour this mixture into a glass or ceramic oven pan, like a lasangna pan.
Bake at 350 for as long as you can wait .....40 minutes or so. Heavenly.

Last Edited by beeches on 06/03/2013 10:00 PM
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 Quoting: RF 22348693

Ha, ha, ha........YOU can't live off 80,000 a year?

My husband & I used to laugh at the postal employees who said they couldn't live on $50,000 a year & we were living on less than $10,000 a year.

We're married, still have a child living at home (now 18) & her boyfriend hangs out quite a bit here & we're living on $28k per year.

I'm flabbergasted when people make statements like that.
 Quoting: mopar28m


single/divorced guy and $75K is paycheck to paycheck
 Quoting: Dug In


Ridiculous.............
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 Quoting: RF 22348693

Ha, ha, ha........YOU can't live off 80,000 a year?

My husband & I used to laugh at the postal employees who said they couldn't live on $50,000 a year & we were living on less than $10,000 a year.

We're married, still have a child living at home (now 18) & her boyfriend hangs out quite a bit here & we're living on $28k per year.

I'm flabbergasted when people make statements like that.
 Quoting: mopar28m


single/divorced guy and $75K is paycheck to paycheck
 Quoting: Dug In


Ridiculous.............
 Quoting: mopar28m


Agreed. We live a very full life on what many would consider chickenfeed.
Now is the time.
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Re: What would you consider a comfortable amount of money to live on yearly?
 Quoting: RF 22348693

Ha, ha, ha........YOU can't live off 80,000 a year?

My husband & I used to laugh at the postal employees who said they couldn't live on $50,000 a year & we were living on less than $10,000 a year.

We're married, still have a child living at home (now 18) & her boyfriend hangs out quite a bit here & we're living on $28k per year.

I'm flabbergasted when people make statements like that.
 Quoting: mopar28m


single/divorced guy and $75K is paycheck to paycheck
 Quoting: Dug In


Ridiculous.............
 Quoting: mopar28m


Not sure where you live but rent and bills student loan payment, truck payment and I never go out. Have one kind of expensive hobby but that's it. Harley, paid cash.

Really, I can't go get groceries for under $150 for 10 days or 2 weeks. Gas is $4/gal. Shit, it takes a lot just to get by. I don't drink or do drugs either

Last Edited by Founders Fan on 06/03/2013 10:03 PM
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