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How much money would you of liked to of earned by the age of
a) 25
b)35
b) 50
General question its for a survey
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I don't understand the question. "Of earned"?
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What exactly do you mean?

How much I'd like to have earned? Or how much I would like to have saved? They're two different things, and I think both would be very difficult to judge!
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25 i'd like to be on at least 50k, 35 i'd like to be up around 100-200k, 50 retired.
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im going to graduate uni just before my 25th birthday so probably 00000
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\infty

simply put.
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im going to graduate uni just before my 25th birthday so probably a six figure salary - £000000
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I'm going to graduate when I'm 25, so presumably then I'll still be on the wage I'm on now (£18,000 pro rata) at 25.

I could be happy with a £50k salary in the long-run.
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A) £20,000
B) £20,000
C) I doubt I'll live that long, but if so then £20,000 :p:
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A) 20,000
B) 25,000 at least.
C) I wouldn't expect any more than about 28,000. *edits* Actually I don't know. Maybe if I become an artist and the closer I am to death, then painting prices will appreciate.

I think the above is a bit unrealistic, but I haven't a clue what I'm going to do after my degree, whether I'll continue with education, just become a full time artist, study and do art therapy, go into advertising or business...who knows?
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To state the obvious, as much as possible. But realistically:

1) Just graduated, so not much more than 20k
2) 30k-40k
3) Close to 50k, close to retirement.
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(Original post by mdcrisp2000)
To state the obvious, as much as possible. But realistically:

1) Just graduated, so not much more than 20k
2) 30k-40k
3) Close to 50k, close to retirement.
what did you graduate in?
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30 - £100,000 (inflation would have soared - I'm not really worth that much)

If its for a survey I'll be serious - 20- £5,000 part time
30 - £30,000 - £40,000
50 - £70,000

OP you might want to change the question to 'how much would you like to be earning a year at the ages of...' if thats what you were aiming for...
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I don't really care, as long as I can live comfortably

I guess, these days, that equates to about £30k... inflation pending
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(Original post by Juggy123)
How much money would you of liked to of earned by the age of
Oh dear me... two mixed up auxiliaries in one sentence!

But seriously... from a language point of view, that question makes absolutely no sense! :rolleyes:
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To be fair, the guy who started this thread is from Helsinki so im assuming English isn't his first language.

To answer the question "What would you like to be earning at the age of..." which is how i interpret it.

25 : 30k
35 :50-70k
50 :100k-early retirement.
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As much as possible, but I don't need a massive salary to be happy. I'm fairly good at saving money / doing things on the just-as-good-but-cheap, and I don't base my self worth on my salary.
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a) 28,000
b) 35,000
c) 100+

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I don't want to be working at 50. I want to be able to retire by about 35, if I ever have to work at all (still got fingers crossed for the lottery!). I don't have a plan as to how I'm going to do so, but that's the big picture!

My ideal figure is £250,000 a year Just gotta come up with a way to make it...
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(Original post by abc101)
I don't want to be working at 50. I want to be able to retire by about 35, if I ever have to work at all (still got fingers crossed for the lottery!). I don't have a plan as to how I'm going to do so, but that's the big picture!

My ideal figure is £250,000 a year Just gotta come up with a way to make it...
legal ways? :p:
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