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    how many % of your monthly salary should you save if you have

    no gf
    no mortgage
    no student loan

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    100% because I don't have any of those anyway
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    Have commitments, I could still save 30% of my salary if i tried harder:P So if you've none at all, I'd say save as much as you can whilst you can.
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    The same as now really... I don't have any of the 3 things you mentioned (don't have to pay my student loan until April)
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    I save about 40% for a rainy day fund. Currently using my rainy day fund.
 
 
 
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