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Old 15-09-2021, 11:54 PM
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Well if you are in the business of plucking numbers from the air then my pay is $10m a month. Don't be salty ya..
Forgot to eat your medicine today?

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Why? Are you salty?

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Why? Are you salty?
Time to fall in and eat your medicine

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Old 16-09-2021, 01:05 PM
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Then these are the people who will lose their jobs very soon
You need to widen your network, 100K pa is considered quite average only. These workers are the lower rungs of their companies, they are not busy all the time


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You need to widen your network, 100K pa is considered quite average only. These workers are the lower rungs of their companies, they are not busy all the time
Some small minded people toil all day for even lower salary so they expect people earning more to be at least as occupied throughout the day. Really laughable.
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I retired in my 40s. Now living a modest retirement lifestyle. Living in a condo and driving a used continental car. No debt. If I desire to retire in a GCB and driving sports cars, I will never retire. So we have to make our own life decisions. I made mine and happy with it.
But you are old. At least 40s. Your youth is already gone.

Further discussion on how to live your life is meaningless because you have already lived about half of it and it’s not like anything we say here can change your 20s and 30s.
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Well if you are in the business of plucking numbers from the air then my pay is $10m a month. Don't be salty ya..
Rupiah, Neopoints or Meso?

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But you are old. At least 40s. Your youth is already gone.

Further discussion on how to live your life is meaningless because you have already lived about half of it and it’s not like anything we say here can change your 20s and 30s.
40s is the new 20s.
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35f here. S$200k compensation per annum.

Save approx 30% of salary. 15% goes to parents. 20% goes to government. 5% goes to charity. Started with S$700 a month 10 years ago, so still live very frugally.

Have a kid. Owns a condo, but rented out. Live with parents. Sole breadwinner. Have house husband. About S$1m in savings and investments, but some days really suck still. Everyday think of quitting, but can't cause need to support family. :']
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35f here. S$200k compensation per annum.

Save approx 30% of salary. 15% goes to parents. 20% goes to government. 5% goes to charity. Started with S$700 a month 10 years ago, so still live very frugally.

Have a kid. Owns a condo, but rented out. Live with parents. Sole breadwinner. Have house husband. About S$1m in savings and investments, but some days really suck still. Everyday think of quitting, but can't cause need to support family. :']
$1m is already good. Money is never enough. Just be happy with simplicity.
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