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im 16 .
I make about $1600 a month after tax its about £870.
I should make around £30k+ after tax in the year.
I work about 2 hours a day.

what about you ?
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I'm either missing a step or 1600 x 12 = 19200 =/= 30K+. Functional skills paying off, yo.

400 quid an hour is pretty sweet though, brah.
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I'm either missing a step or 1600 x 12 = 19200 =/= 30K+. Functional skills paying off, yo.

400 quid an hour is pretty sweet though, brah.
next year i expect to make more towards july once my exams are over and can concentrate more on this.
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Not enough.
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six figures
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I work as a freelance model, so, nothing.

My dad bought a house and gives me the money he makes in rent as my pocket money. He's overprotective and doesn't like me working too much so that's my excuse for an income even though I don't touch it because it doesn't feel like my money.
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I work as a freelance model, so, nothing.

My dad bought a house and gives me the money he makes in rent as my pocket money. He's overprotective and doesn't like me working too much so that's my excuse for an income even though I don't touch it because it doesn't feel like my money.
In 10 years time you won't be doing modelling.
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2k a month since starting uni

used to be more
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what use do you get out of this thread? All you will get is a mixture of bragging and jealousy.. and there is no way to tell who is telling the truth and who isn't.

I was always taught it was impolite to talk about how much money you have.
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Then perhaps you need to get a proper job instead of springing off your parents. In 10 years time you won't be doing modelling.
I suggest you read what I wrote again dumbass
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I suggest you read what I wrote again dumbass
You are incredibly rude. I have read what you wrote. You are still sponging.
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In the last 12 months I have made £49 million, which really pisses me off because it is three shy of a million a week
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(Original post by cooonmaster)
im 16 .
I make about $1600 a month after tax its about £870.
I should make around £30k+ after tax in the year.
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(Original post by Vixen47)
I work as a freelance model, so, nothing.

My dad bought a house and gives me the money he makes in rent as my pocket money. He's overprotective and doesn't like me working too much so that's my excuse for an income even though I don't touch it because it doesn't feel like my money.
freelance model... escort?
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freelance model... escort?
Independent escorts make a lot more than nothing.
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(Original post by Vixen47)
I work as a freelance model, so, nothing.

My dad bought a house and gives me the money he makes in rent as my pocket money. He's overprotective and doesn't like me working too much so that's my excuse for an income even though I don't touch it because it doesn't feel like my money.
freelance doesn't mean you make nothing. In fact - it means the opposite. If you are freelance, you work indipendantly (self employed) and get paid for your work..

What you mean is un-employed model.. or volentary model.. or amatuer model.. etc.

If you were a frelance model you would be earning something.
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2k a month since starting uni

used to be more
That's pretty good! What do you do to earn this much?
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Around £115 a month ish because I only work 4-8 hours a week.
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Nada, I'm a care leaver on income support while I finish my a levels. Does that make your high horse happier? Finally got a big enough comparison to fuel your ego?

What us poor commoners might not have in money we have in manners and (in the unlikely case this isn't a lying troll) a huge congrats to your family for raising such a deluded brat.

Hope this helps
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I freelance as a writer and editor, it averages out at about £3k a month - sometimes more, sometimes less.
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