Cast Your Vote:
- Less than $20,000 -- Votes: 20
- $30,000 -- Votes: 15
- $40,000 -- Votes: 7
- $50,000 -- Votes: 14
- $60,000 -- Votes: 11
- $70,000 -- Votes: 9
- $80,000 -- Votes: 4
- $90,000 -- Votes: 3
- $100,000 or greater -- Votes: 19
About 37,000 a year, so not much
Quoting Elliot Grace's Mama:" Well my family (as in my parents) bring in 300,000 (ridiculous i know, my dad is an athletic director at a division one college)...and we dont bring in nearly a fraction of that, lol. poop"
brag much lol
Quoting SavageDarling:" I dont work but my husband makes a little over 70k."
Around 60K now that my SO is back to work again, that is including what I bring in from my work at home job and what I collect from my rental property investment, with our incomes combined thats about what we have to live off of. I have additional income from my former Husband that I dont factor into our everyday living income because I tuck it away in a fund for my kids, but I could fall on it in an emergency.
After taxes? hmmmmm. I guess about 70k or so. I forget how much taxes take since I'm used to dealing with before tax numbers, haha.
This year we are in the 75k range , but my husband just got a new job today which will put us around 100k...today was a good day!
If I actually got any of my child support I would have an extra 7 grand. That would help out so much
Quoting Back to Noob Status:" :shock: Nice! Are you a new grad? I'm in nursing school, and new grads up in Ohio start at about 46,000-48,000/yr before taxes."
ohio is horrible for nurses... i make about 50k before taxes and insurance.. and i have 6 years experience. the 46-48 is generous lol