Me and my boyfriend have about 40,000 € a year after taxes and health insurance and I do not feel like I'd be missing out on anything. So I'd say this.
I will need about 40k$ a year netto to live well. I will likely make that. I’m studying to become a lawyer.
Since I want to buy a home and start a family, I need at least $70k a year to live comfortably. My life style is not expensive at all.
Hopefully we all make enough money to be happy! Thanks for the mho
I can get by pretty well on $50k, and I’ve achieved that👍 I don’t have expensive tastes.
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I don't think I can really give an amount for that. There have been times in my life. I literally didn't have a dime in my pocket. So I guess as long as I have enough money to pay my property taxes, utilities, fuel in my car, and little to put in savings I'm pretty comfortable. So maybe $12,000 a year. I guess when one has been at a point that you hope the fish are biting every night. So you can have at least one meal a day in a house with no electricity or heat. All of the sudden it changes what living comfortably truly is.
A billion or so, maybe quite a few million. Not because of greed, though. I'd want it to be able to give some of it away to people that really need it. My sisters are the greedy bitches!!! My life doesn't revolve around money like theirs do!! My life revolves around music.
In the US id say with home loan, car payment and the myriad of insurances in life 50k household income you might get by with a very tiny bit left over. 70k if you have a kid. It all depends on how you define comfortable as thats subjective to each person.
I'm at €580 every month and I don't feel like I have to cut expenses significantly in specific areas, where I'd want to spend more in, in order to keep expenditure down. I can buy whatever food I want, have enough money for clothes, can comfortably go out if I want, save up money to travel with. However, I do have cheap insurance 🤷So €580 * 12=€6960. I'll just increase it by 50% just because, so about €10500
Should add, I'm just 19 😅, obviously don't have a lot of expenses, such as a car, kids and a lot of other things. Am not in a relationship either, so that cuts costs as well
That depends on your spending needs/habits. Do you want to live in a good neighborhood with a good apartment/condor? then you need to make at least ABOVE $150.000 annually, especially if you live in big cities such as New York and such where rent is $5000 and suh lol To live decently, at least AROUND 70/80.000 Annually. also depends on which state/city you reside. and how you spend and on whataccording to my calculations, of course they might be wrong
I would need about $90,000 gross (or about $60,000 after taxes) to live comfortably in the Bay Area. Most of that due to high housing costs and lots of driving.
When I have more than I need to cover my monthly expenses each month. I can spend money and still have my income either cancel out my expenses or exceed them AND pay off my monthly expenses
I need around 80k a year after taxes to live comfortably, Im already at that point but I intend to aim for more
I get $2000 a week from my trust, so whatever that equals. Id say i lived a little beyond comfortable considering i still get paid for my side jobs ontop
Whoa, that's hot 😍
None. Sooner or later something will go wrong for you or someone you love, so keep earning money.
I feel like for someone living alone, $70,000 a year is enough to live quite comfortably and still afford to indulge now and then.
Well, I don't have my own home and car so add that to the needs.In my country I would live comfortably with 1000$/month
2000€ per month should do it for me alone at this time (after taxes).
Today £2000/ month, after all tax, house and car stuff paid.Usually people want more with time...
Depends on where you live and what life style you like
I have a unique gypsy style lifestyle so I can live comfortably on 15-20K per year.
I have enough now for retirement excluding healthcare. I’ve worked since 18 just for the dang healthcare. Smh
I could live Comfortable if it wasn't for High Speed Internet.
I know I could use less. But I don’t and yes I am fine.
At this point in my life, I’d be comfortable with about $60k a year.
Something like 3 quarters or four fifths of a million is enough, if not more than enough for me to get by. That's around $750,000 to about $800,000.
I'd be satisfied to have just enough money to live with dignity
30k. I will live alone, slowly building bitterness and resentment until I'm senile.
A lump sum of about USD3,000,000 should see me through to the end
I am living pretty comfortable I am. at about 85k a year.
After all bills and taxes I still got 5000 do whatever you want money. That would be nice.
At least 1 million dollars in US currency. Set me up for life in my country
Probably 7 300 000,/ year7 220 000 to cover my costs and 80 000 for myself
I aim for $100,000 a year but can live comfortably for much less.
A least a minimum of $800 a week so around $41,000 a year
Currently i would be comfortable with £20,000 a year or more
For me personally, i wanne have at least 500 euros spare at the end of the month
Well, I'm a software developer at Amazon and I'm living very peacefully!!
190 k that what my mom and dad make so i feel that's enough
I guess humans need for money has no end because the more we have in our pocket or in our bank the more dreams will came to exist.
Around 35k brl per year or 10k dollars.
1000 and More a Week. xxoo
$15 an hour would be amazing
$1,000,000/month would be fine I guess
Prob like 50k or 60k a year
$35,000 a year. And nope.
All the money in the world
$100k is what im striving for
On my own? Probably about 60k
Comfortably? $50-60,000. Happily? $80,000.
It's tooo much.$50 billion\year
Me, alone--30k takehome.
At least 2000 per month after taxes
Probably 60 grand a year
I don't know, just a lot
I just want like 55K and I can't even get that
$3500 A Month♥️🥰
1,000,000 a year (with taxes taken away already)
I would estimate around the $15,000,000 mark.
250.000 Dollars a year.
If I can afford viagra
Some few trillions
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