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Creston wrote on Mar 1, 2017, 09:42:
The Twitter worker lives in an "ultra cheap" house with his wife and kids in the city that only charges $3,000 rent per month.

So the other ~110K of your salary isn't enough for you to pay bills and buy food? Die in a fire.

Pending medical and exact taxes he's probably bringing home 65% of his pay after (401k, medical, fed taxes, state taxes, etc), so roughly 104k, 36k in rent later your down to 68k of usable income.

Don't live over there so not sure what premiums food, gas, car, etc is paid to buy/use over there so yeah I could see it being expensive, then again I'm sure they are eating out, and pissing away a lot of money doing other things (pricey loans on cars for instance). School loans might not be cheap depending on his age.

It adds up and not saying hes making ends meat by any means but I know its not cheap living in the big cities.


Creston wrote on Mar 1, 2017, 09:42:
And that "digital marketer" who makes more than a million with her husband, but "can't afford to buy a house"... No, you can't afford to buy the house you WANT. Welcome to this thing called LIFE.

Laughed at that part. More like piss poor management of money.
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