only financial goal is to be a millionaire by im 30. dont really know what that means though to be honest as in cash/assets/what? should be earning at least 50 a year two years after i finish uni then it gives me 7 years to properly establish myself - if all goes to plan!
I must be completely wrong then.
^ are you being sarcastic? It's hard to tell sometimes.
No. That's what someone told me. Given he was the Chancellor, I took their word for it. Anyway, you have nothing to worry about, someone quoted you, and it says you're aiming for 200k.
£45k (and that probably won't be wildly above the average in 30 years time) That is what I expect to earn, obviously I would like it if I could earn more though.
7 figures (£), earlier than 60 though.
More than my mum...less than my Dad. So anything between £22k and <embarrassingly large sum> then...
But honestly I agree with...erm...*checks back a few pages*...AverageGuyOnTheStreet; I'd rather earn **** all in a job I really enjoy than half a mil in a job I hate.
All these people with the romantic ideas of thinking they'll be happy earning minimum wage doing "something they love" are really bull****ting themselves.
[QUOTE][Just my opinion, but I think it's also quite a selfish stance to take if you're planning on having kids and starting a family in the future - wouldn't you want to give your family a decent and comfortable life instead of just scraping by because you chose to settle for a low wage for doing 'something that you love'. I'm not going through uni and having high ambitions of a well paid job just so I can buy myself designer handbags for the rest of my life - it's so that when I do settle down and start my own family, they'll be looked after and I'll be able to provide my kids a better childhood than I had when I was younger./QUOTE]
I wouldn't have kids if I didn't have enough money to look after them - besides the fact that I'd probably have a husband = double wage.
Anyway, I wouldn't want to spoil my kids silly, I think having the time and love for them is far more important.
Just under the threshold for being a higher rate tax payer.