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Kxmode wrote on Mar 1, 2017, 16:55:
$36,000 for rent doesn't explain where the remaining $124,000 goes. Even if you include essentials, there's no way someone making that much cannot meet their financial obligations in the Bay area (regardless of how expensive it is to live there). The only way they are barely scraping by is if they're living out of their means or without a budget. Except the very wealthy, constantly dining at expensive restaurants and taking in expensive entertainment is going to kill anyone's checking account. Not all, but many making $160K tend to live lifestyles that never bring them contentment. They always have to keep up with their neighbors. They always have to spend on things. They consume material things. There are plenty of people making ends meet on significantly less.

The only thing that came to my mind while reading this was #OnePercentFirstWorldProblems

You need to read what DMan wrote:

Dman20 wrote on Mar 1, 2017, 09:49:
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.

So he still has quite a bit left. I live in an expensive market, but I don't pull in anywhere near $160K. I'd love to. Would make my life so much easier.
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