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    (Original post by SophiaNeuning)
    Your thread is almost as intolerable as your avatar.

    I grew up on my parents earning around 15K annually but circumstances have changed and my mother now earns around 23K and I have no idea how much my father earns.


    Tbh you shouldn't really know how much your actually parents make, as it is irrelevant.
    To many parasitic children who only want to live off their parents or grandparents achievement.

    Most of tsr is just on the average middle class spectrum.
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Tbh you shouldn't really know how much your actually parents make, as it is irrelevant.
    To many parasitic children who only want to live off their parents or grandparents achievement.

    Most of tsr is just on the average middle class spectrum.
    Hahah that's kind of true. I only know my mums because we are v. close, I'd like to know my dads because I worry. But hey.
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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    My dad is an orthopaedic surgeon

    My mum is a professional luxury goods purchaser and Spa day utiliser
    How much does your dad earn after tax?
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    (Original post by Blackstarr)
    How much does your dad earn after tax?
    Around 14k per month
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    £800,000
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    Like 15k lol.
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    I see maths isn't a strong point, OP :laugh:

    We have a modest combined income
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    I see maths isn't a strong point, OP :laugh:

    We have a modest combined income
    I have a 100/100 UMS in FP2 further maths - I'm good at maths

    14 = 11 + 3
    11 * 12 = 132

    The rest is related to using wrong tax values not maths

    My maths is fine
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    10 million I think. I'm not really sure
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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    The rest is related to using wrong tax values not maths. My maths is fine
    Understanding of elemental tax calculus: not a strong point,* my bad

    Spoiler:
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    P.S. You are taxed on your income pre-personal expenditures, not post :yy:
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    It varies
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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    I have a 100/100 UMS in FP2 further maths - I'm good at maths

    14 = 11 + 3
    11 * 12 = 132

    The rest is related to using wrong tax values not maths

    My maths is fine
    Have you done fp3,

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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    I have a 100/100 UMS in FP2 further maths - I'm good at maths

    14 = 11 + 3
    11 * 12 = 132

    The rest is related to using wrong tax values not maths

    My maths is fine
    £300k pre-tax? GG

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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    So my dad makes £14k per month after tax. So he's doing quite well at the moment.

    My mum spends about 3k a month on herself.

    So our family income is around 11k per month or 132k after tax per year

    Or around 200k a year.
    Your parents will be very happy discussing all this
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    My parents earn £25,000 together pre-tax so idk


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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    So my dad makes £14k per month after tax. So he's doing quite well at the moment.

    My mum spends about 3k a month on herself.

    So our family income is around 11k per month or 132k after tax per year

    Or around 200k a year.
    cool story brah.

    Note: your upper chest is lacking development and shoulders can be worked
    on a bit. @ weak points.
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    around £12,000-14,000 per year.
    Family are currently living on benefits due to my dad falling ill/disabled.
    It doesn't really matter tho as we own our own house as it was bought whilst my dad was working. The good side is that I'm doing good in my a levels so my family won't have to live like this forever.

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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    So my dad makes £14k per month after tax. So he's doing quite well at the moment.

    My mum spends about 3k a month on herself.

    So our family income is around 11k per month or 132k after tax per year

    Or around 200k a year.
    Partner makes £11k a month, he's a dentist. I'm still a student
 
 
 
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