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I'm curious to know what the average amount is.
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£80 000 ish? All I know is that it's over £50 000 :laugh:
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Not plenty enough
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honestly less than 12k
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My household income is about 70k
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105,000.
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Approximately 8k give or take very little.
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21K
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(Original post by MidnightDream)
£80 000 ish? All I know is that it's over £50 000 :laugh:
Nice for some, what do your parents do?
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Nice for some, what do your parents do?
My dad's a civil engineer and my mother is an accountant
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250k


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My personal income ranges from 315,000 to 570,000 AED/yr although the reality is that I take what I need to as an income, my personal expenses are roughly 10,000 AED/mo (120,000 AED/yr), business pays the rest either due to ownership of property/autos or it's counted as a business expense, the rest I earn stays with the business as it's foolhardy to keep drawing out from a business that one's trying to grow.

If you include my SO's income which is £40,000/yr the total household income is £90,000 to £130,000 which of course is presuming I take what I should as income rather than throwing it into the business. Still nowhere near my father's household income :cry:
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My dad's a civil engineer and my mother is an accountant
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Less than 10k, long term welfare.
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Not really sure, something like 70-80k.
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32k but we are just living off my dad's retirement now.

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About £49k between my gf and I.

If we are talking parents - probably £110k.


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Fluctuates between £30k and £500k.
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9k

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Probably about £200k.
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