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What is your household income level?

  • Under $25,000 USD

    Votes: 227 7.1%
  • $25,000 - $50,000 USD

    Votes: 456 14.3%
  • $50,000 - $75,000 USD

    Votes: 525 16.4%
  • $75,000 - $100,000 USD

    Votes: 560 17.5%
  • $100,000 - $150,000 USD

    Votes: 598 18.7%
  • Over $150,000 USD

    Votes: 827 25.9%

  • Total voters
    3,193
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awesome poll with honest responses.:thumbsup: i'm not sure how much my mommy and daddy make, as i have not lived with them for some time.:eeps:
 

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i wish i knew. my dad used to own a business that brought in a lot of money but he sold it..now im not sure how much is coming in :dunno:
 

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I make $20k a year, but I live at home and go to college full time. Household income is around $350k/year.
 

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i only pull about 29k a year, but i'm 20 thats really not bad considering i still have 6 years left in college. my mom on the other hand pulls 90k a year so that sorta ups the household income a little haha.
 

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I do 90% of the work and get 10% of the credit.

just over $100k for me... wife chipped in about $10k. I guess if you count the house we sold, we went over $150k. Can I change my answer? :hmm:

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Damn, I only make a little over $ 20k but a lot of it is (was) disposable. Health and dental care is free, food is almost free ('cause my mom can't stand the way I eat if I buy my own so she brings me decent food for every week), rent is low ($ 3850 / year)... basically my life is cheaper than my cars. :)

Still in Uni but already working the job a degree would've gotten me at first instance. Hoping to force a raise when I get my MD in Communication Sciences. I must say I've done squat in the past 5 years (october 2001 - may 2006), I slept all day and drank/smoked all night. Doesn't feel like I wasted my time though, I had the best years of my life even though I didn't have a lot of material things. ;)
 

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more likely a lot of liers. :eeps:
Yeah, people gotta list the NETTO income after tax... not the deductible one before tax as I suspect many do. ;)

My bruto income is in the region of $ 45k but I only get to keep a cold hard $ 20k in the end.
 

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well you figure a lot of fanatics are younger living with their parents, or older and successful.

For a HOUSEHOLD, 100k isnt that much. Let's say each of your parents makes 50k a year, thats already hitting 100k, plus what you bring to the table. And more than likely, many of the fanatics on board have atleast 1 parent that pulls in six figures alone.


There's plenty bringing in over 200k in their household
 

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I don't consider my parents to be part of MY household. ;)

I used to be part of *theirs*, it's the slight nuance that makes all the difference. I don't think anyone has the right to claim other people's money (like the parents') as their own household income. :)
 
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