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    £13/h, and I work 50% part time. Around £990 a month - give and take -, not including tips.
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    At 16, I was paid £25/hour (Badminton Coaching) and at it's peak, I worked 3-4 hours weekdays and 2-3 hours weekends (with paid overtime(?) from my club; extra £5 per hour + food if i helped out on weekends!)

    But otherwise, now, I'm making a whopping great post tax earning of absolute diddly squat
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    it's irrelevant what you earn, it's about what you do and what you keep.

    I know people on 60-80k aged 30-40 in London, can't afford to buy property and have no tangible assets. I know entrepreneurial kids with basic degrees who have built businesses worth 1m + aged 28.

    Sharing lifes secrets

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    28K, but not for long.
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    (Original post by Stolyarov Daniel)
    19 , 500-600k , own business
    Shall we believe that?
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    (Original post by Death Grips)
    6k doing what?


    I'm 25 and make £100k p.a. salary at the moment (it comes at a very high price though), plus 7-8k pre-tax p.a. currently on investments
    Congrats on your pay rise! You said you earn £60k in a thread you started 2 weeks ago. Strong hyperbole game.
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    (Original post by stroppyninja)
    Congrats on your pay rise! You said you earn £60k in a thread you started 2 weeks ago. Strong hyperbole game.
    That was probs after tax. Pretty sure he works in i-banking.

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    (Original post by Death Grips)
    6k doing what?


    I'm 25 and make £100k p.a. salary at the moment (it comes at a very high price though), plus 7-8k pre-tax p.a. currently on investments
    How can i get into investing?
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    (Original post by stroppyninja)
    Congrats on your pay rise! You said you earn £60k in a thread you started 2 weeks ago. Strong hyperbole game.
    (Original post by Princepieman)
    That was probs after tax. Pretty sure he works in i-banking.Posted from TSR Mobile
    60k was base, 40k was bonus.
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    2p an hour I work in an Iphone factory
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    (Original post by _icecream)
    2p an hour I work in an Iphone factory

    Bet you're Syrian.....
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    (Original post by ABsoluteX)
    Bet you're Syrian.....
    No I'm not
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    (Original post by _icecream)
    No I'm not
    Polish? Chinese? Indian?
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    (Original post by Death Grips)
    60k was base, 40k was bonus.
    Fair. I'm guessing 3rd year Analyst? Street for associates is £70-85k base I've heard.

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    (Original post by Death Grips)
    6k doing what?


    I'm 25 and make £100k p.a. salary at the moment (it comes at a very high price though), plus 7-8k pre-tax p.a. currently on investments
    Doing what?

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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    18 and earning roughly 90k a year, dont have to pay any tax whatsoever and im my own boss. Also I only really work a couple of a hours every evening/night and most of the time im on my moped, bouncing around a few houses/areas. Its really easy as well, didnt need any qualifications. But my job security is awful, might earn 100k on a good year and then 0 for the next 6 years before im released back out again.
    Nice troll bro.

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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    18 and earning roughly 90k a year, dont have to pay any tax whatsoever and im my own boss. Also I only really work a couple of a hours every evening/night and most of the time im on my moped, bouncing around a few houses/areas. Its really easy as well, didnt need any qualifications. But my job security is awful, might earn 100k on a good year and then 0 for the next 6 years before im released back out again.
    what do you do?

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    (Original post by Marshmallow9999)
    what do you do?

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    He fantasises on the TSR
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    (Original post by Marshmallow9999)
    what do you do?

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    I'm sure you can work it out...
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    24 - Around 70k in total this year. Full time programmer with rental income and making a few week / day-trades. Hoping to grow this a lot more this year as I will soon switch from a Bristol salary to a London one and getting more experienced with trading.
 
 
 
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