What do you want your net worth to be by the time you are 30? Your career too plz?

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1 million
3-4 mil
10-15 mil
a couple of thousands
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Idk, just trying to get by with all the other stuff life throws at you. Though who wouldn't wanna be a millionaire or a billionaire... that would obviously make things easier.
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Idk, just trying to get by with all the other stuff life throws at you. Though who wouldn't wanna be a millionaire or a billionaire... that would obviously make things easier.
Ture, aren't you 29? What field do you work in?
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Ture, aren't you 29? What field do you work in?
Software engineering and DevOps. I've been on all sorts of incomes, I don't have an issue with that. It's just my experience has been, life is still **** regardless how much money you earn.
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Software engineering and DevOps. I've been on all sorts of incomes, I don't have an issue with that. It's just my experience has been, life is still **** regardless how much money you earn.
You don't have to reply but are you single?
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1 million
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10-15 mil
a couple of thousands
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I'm currently 30.
I have £30,000 ish savings. Plus my house (mortgaged).
I work in a warehouse.
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By the time that I am 35- at least £3 million cash sterling plus one house. :woo:
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gods grace hopefully
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Net worth? Makes me feel like a
celebrity heh heh
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1 million
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10-15 mil
a couple of thousands
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money is overrated imo.
I've never been happy when i've been working full time.

The 9 to 5 model, is also a very poor way to get rich. Most people who go down that route just end up making other people rich.....
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Probaly about £30,000 in savings with deposit on a house. Prosthetist, although I would probaly be still on the NHS at that point, but once I go private I'll be living very, very comfortably... Even more so if I go to the USA, thankful that I can do a job I enjoy, is extremely rewarding and helping others whist not doing too bad financially.

Do want be somone who designs more human like prosthetics, prehaps even one's that are better than the human form (we are a long way off), I'd have a substantial net worth in that case.
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I'm more than happy to continue pootling along with my income comfortably exceeding my expenditure despite not working particularity hard. Career: research scientist.
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money is overrated imo.
I've never been happy when i've been working full time.

The 9 to 5 model, is also a very poor way to get rich. Most people who go down that route just end up making other people rich.....
Imagine how you would feel if you were the hedge fund manager Alan Miller who dumped his stay at home wife Melissa for a coworker and then got hit with a divorce court judgement to pay her £5million a year for life plus her legal costs.
The annual sum order to continue regardless of whether she ever remarried or not.
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At least a few million and ideally self employed, can't stand working for other people. Got 3 and a bit years to make that dream a reality.
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At least a few million and ideally self employed, can't stand working for other people. Got 3 and a bit years to make that dream a reality.
Good luck!
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Imagine how you would feel if you were the hedge fund manager Alan Miller who dumped his stay at home wife Melissa for a coworker and then got hit with a divorce court judgement to pay her £5million a year for life plus her legal costs.
The annual sum order to continue regardless of whether she ever remarried or not.
I don't know much about the case, but assuming it's his wealth ...that's far too much to be paying out yearly imo. sounds like she's sleeping with the Judge
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Imagine how you would feel if you were the hedge fund manager Alan Miller who dumped his stay at home wife Melissa for a coworker and then got hit with a divorce court judgement to pay her £5million a year for life plus her legal costs.
The annual sum order to continue regardless of whether she ever remarried or not.
Is his current wife, Gina, the other woman?
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At least a few million and ideally self employed, can't stand working for other people. Got 3 and a bit years to make that dream a reality.
Good luck! Are you 27?
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Well I will own a roughly £2 million house in Oxford mortgage-free as well as having millions in the bank and have invested in 1 or 2 million pound properties to rent out which will give me joosy rents alongside my career income. So net worth: balling.
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Good luck! Are you 27?
Thanks, will be in October.
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