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Wow my partner earns $47k a year and I earn nothing 😂😂 we are happy and comfortable!
I earn $75000 and hubby about $65000. I also get carers payment for my son who has high medical needs just under $3500 a year. I receive child support for my son (sometimes - huge arrears bill in the tens of thousands) but is meant to pay about $12000 a year.
So household income all up is around $155,000
W T F.
This would has gone mad.
Husband earns around $110k. I started my own business a couple of months ago Made $1000 profit in the first month. On track to make $1500 this month.
Husband earns 145k and I earn 72k, he has a trade but doesn't work for himself yet and I am a retail manager.
We hope to start our own business relevant to his trade in a year or so or as soon as we have saved enough 🤞
Hubby earns $250k a year and pays lots of tax
I earn $30k and Xmas new year we are going to America for 4 weeks
We have 6 kids and holiday will Cost $30k
My husband earns around $80,000 p/a. Whilst I receive about $380 a fortnight from Centrelink (which I don't EARN, but I'm including here for an overview of how much money we have). We're in debt up to our eyeballs. We have a mortgage, car loan, personal loan, and school fees to pay. Plus living costs.
I'm hoping to get an apprenticeship soon and pay off as much debt as possible.
Depends on if it's a drought year or not. Farmer are some the biggest gamblers. Buy seed, spray weeds, fertilise crops costs a fortune them no rain, crops dead...
Husband $75,000. I'm part time $23,000 this year but i didn't work the entire financial year. Total $98,000
Hubby earns roughly 200k and me maybe 30-50k depending how many hours I choose to work (we are both business owners) but mine is from home
Me 47000, hubby 37000. And about to lodge a lump sum claim for ftb.
But without ftb we actually are fine financially, never miss a bill, eat great, kids get great presents at birthdays and xmas.
If we get ftb it'll go in our rainy day savings in case something dire happens.
We both pay more tax as we don't claim tax free threshold too so we just got 13000k back.
And we still have family holidays twice a year.
wow i feel poor now, $80,000 between us and 4 kids
Don't you dare shame her hard work. I'd like to meet you in a dark alley you nasty cow.
Why is it everyone's mission to make others feel shittyabout themselves
$30k ta tax payers
We each earn about 70