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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Nov 17, 2007.
What is your annual income?
Not nearly enough
personally, or household?
Gross or net?
And for business owners, are you referring to last years taxes?
Last years taxes, gross earnings.
Saggy , Do you work for the IRS?:laugh:
I plead the 5th. :laugh:
Under $10k. The other under $10k person and myself will pray for the greed of the rest of you :tongue3: :laugh: :wavey:
You didn't include pastoral "Love offerings":laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
What are you talking about? Must be the fried gospel bird on Sunday!
Not as much as I'd like, but probably, well, definitely more than I deserve.
As always, I make more than I'm worth and less than I need.
Who would have thought a bunch of Baptists could be sooooo vague and shy huh?! :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
I should be making between, $50,000-75,000 or $75,000-100,000. :saint:
So much of it though really depends on the area of the country (or world) in which you live & the cost of living.
Here is an example of various costs in some major US cities -- according to a cost of living index -- 100 being the average:
Atlanta -- 93
Boston -- 126
Chicago -- 113
Dallas -- 85
Kansas City -- 82
Los Angeles -- 151
Minneapolis -- 107
Nashville -- 88
OK City - 79
Phoenix -- 104
Pittsburgh -- 83
St. Louis -- 86
I ticked the numerical value...I presume you are meaning american dollars rather than aussie........... I canna complain I can service my mortgage and work part-time as a solo person....
==Not enough. :laugh: