How much does your family rake in per year, and where do you live?
What's your annual household income?
|by the IRS||reply 60||11/09/2012|
Low six digits. RI.
|by the IRS||reply 1||01/21/2012|
Why is this any of your business?
|by the IRS||reply 2||01/21/2012|
2 professionals in the architecture field, $170,000 AGI. Upstate New York.
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Please list your annual income, you full name, your social security number, and your mother's maiden name.
|by the IRS||reply 4||01/21/2012|
This site would be so much better if there were a function to hide deathly dull posts like this.
|by the IRS||reply 5||01/21/2012|
50k - NY suburbs.
|by the IRS||reply 6||01/21/2012|
$22k, Boulder, Colorado.
|by the IRS||reply 7||01/21/2012|
none of your fucking business
|by the IRS||reply 8||01/21/2012|
$250K-$300K depending on bonuses and stock options. Los Angeles. HR and advertising.
|by the IRS||reply 9||01/21/2012|
Mothers Maiden Name: McCarthy
Why do you want this information?
|by the IRS||reply 10||01/21/2012|
$374,000.......and that's just for speaking fees. Peanuts!
|by the IRS||reply 11||01/21/2012|
Mid six; midwest
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|by the IRS||reply 14||01/21/2012|
42,000. Lucky to have it.
|by the IRS||reply 15||01/21/2012|
I don't know. I know what I make, but I have no idea what my partner makes. He keeps it a secret. Dallas, TX
|by the IRS||reply 16||01/21/2012|
105K, combined salaries, Towson Maryland
|by the IRS||reply 17||01/21/2012|
120k, sf. i'm poor
|by the IRS||reply 18||01/21/2012|
Half of what it used to be since my former better half left me for another fella.
|by the IRS||reply 19||01/21/2012|
From $250K to $350K, depending on bonuses and stock options.
|by the IRS||reply 20||01/22/2012|
Dump his ass.
|by the IRS||reply 21||01/22/2012|
$225,000 in nonprofit and sales in NYC where it doesn't go very far
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|by the IRS||reply 23||01/22/2012|
None of your GD business, homos.
Oh wait. I'll tell you everything this coming Tuesday.
|by the IRS||reply 24||01/22/2012|
$110K NYC. That's my salary, husband is retired but too young for SS.
|by the IRS||reply 25||01/22/2012|
215K, NYC. Media plus non-profit. It disappears quickly.
|by the IRS||reply 26||01/22/2012|
$130K in SF. Not living paycheck to paycheck, but not saving as much as I should.
Hope to pay off my condo in the next few years and then live out miserly (off of the retirement accounts, portfolio and eventual inheritances), until I die from some eldergay disease or irrelevance.
|by the IRS||reply 27||01/22/2012|
About $85K in the south so it actually goes pretty far.
|by the IRS||reply 28||01/22/2012|
$90,000 in NYC
|by the IRS||reply 29||01/22/2012|
$275,000 to $300,000. Dallas
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How in the hell are R22 and R26 making that kind of money working for non-profits?
|by the IRS||reply 31||01/22/2012|
How can you not know what your partner makes?
I have a friend who's been with her husband for over 20 years and she has no idea what he makes or how much he has saved up.
|by the IRS||reply 32||01/22/2012|
I'm single, but last year I reached a goal I established when I first started working full time (9 years ago) by raking in six figures. Officially, I made a little over $105,000.
Unfortunately, that doesn't go too far in DC.
|by the IRS||reply 33||01/22/2012|
House, two cars, his insurance on open market.
Does not go far
|by the IRS||reply 34||01/22/2012|
[R22] here. My partner and I together make 225. I am in nonprofit and I make 175 but only after 20 years and now being in charge of one of the largest national funraisers in the country.
|by the IRS||reply 35||01/22/2012|
So basically now that R35 has access to the coffers, he's pulling in more money. That makes sense! Funny how professional fundraisers always make out very well. Skimming off the top, eh?!
|by the IRS||reply 36||01/22/2012|
I honestly have no idea.
|by the IRS||reply 37||01/22/2012|
My salary is .1% (yes, 1/10th of 1%) of what I raise so no, no skimming off the top.
|by the IRS||reply 38||01/22/2012|
I can't imagine why any of you would volunteer this information. Don't you know that it can be tracked back to you?
Why are you such sheep? I think you really would give up your Social Security numbers and passwords if only someone would ask you.
|by the IRS||reply 39||01/22/2012|
R39 you're overly paranoid. What the hell can anyone find out based on your salary?
By the way, my social is 045-39-2943. My mother's maiden name is Cardinale.
I'm an open book, truth be told!
|by the IRS||reply 40||01/22/2012|
My annual salary is the same as my social security number.
|by the IRS||reply 41||01/22/2012|
179k stripper in vegas
|by the IRS||reply 42||06/27/2012|
$325k, consulting. It goes far enough, even in NYC. I travel over 90% of the time, and hardly ever spend any of my own money: meals, travel, taxis, dry cleaning, laundry, all the multitude of temporary gym memberships.... all of it gets billed to the client. Not to mention on weekends, if I happen to be home in NY, I'm usually too exhausted to do very much.
But the travel is brutal, the hours are brutal, the work is brutal, and the insane people I deal with are brutal. It's not the happiest lifestyle. Been in this game ten years, I think I can go about five more before either dropping dead or regaining my sanity by opening up a goldfish store.
|by the IRS||reply 43||06/27/2012|
Partner and I both 40 in DC. Combined a little over $200K. We aren't extravagant but comfortable (except for his student loans). Mine are paid off so I pick up a little bit more of the expenses so he can keep paying them down. Works for us
|by the IRS||reply 44||06/27/2012|
I am astounded by these figures.
Proves my point. There is no recession in America. Restaurants, health clubs, resorts, rising apartment rents, expensive cars.
America is full of rich whining dolts.
|by the IRS||reply 45||06/27/2012|
About $650,000 - doctor and lawyer. But it's really not that much when you factor in how expensive Hummel and Snow Babies figurines have gotten lately.
|by the IRS||reply 46||06/27/2012|
R29 , now do you survive in NYC on 90K? We live in Queens and make more than that and it's tough.
|by the IRS||reply 47||06/27/2012|
Peanuts compared to the lot of you. I think I'll be between 65-70K, depending on a few clients. I own a small house in New England. Good news is that it's almost paid off. I have no real savings, but I still have time to work on that.
|by the IRS||reply 48||06/27/2012|
$43,000 - Single, and live in Northern Dutchess County NY.
|by the IRS||reply 49||06/27/2012|
About $215,000 combined. Houston. Engineer and IT Project Mgr.
|by the IRS||reply 50||06/27/2012|
Last year I made $2.4 mil. Does that qualify me for the 1%?
|by the IRS||reply 51||06/27/2012|
I make most of it: 250k as a freelance writer/creative director in advertising.
My partner is a psychotherapist who has an agency job *and* a private practice and clears around 100k.
It's insane - these numbers should be flipped. He is literally saving lives. I OTOH...hawk toothpaste and mainframe computers.
We live in Brooklyn and are going to buy an apartment on the shitty side of prospect park because I'm thinking of going back to school. My career is killing me. I dream of woking in not-for-profit with a side gig bartending.
|by the IRS||reply 52||06/27/2012|
I had written a long post but it got lost so here goes a condensed version
around 20k in ss and other income like tax returns here in Holland.
used to be ashamed but no more because it's not my fault I developed schizophrenia, mind you they cal it psychosis cause the s word is stigmatized. I get burned out a lot is a shame realy cause I was doing a bachelor in BA and managed to reached second year
after my last episode I had an experience or fantasized about God, angels and demons so i wanted to become a monk in either a Franciscan or Benedictine order but since I have 40-50k in student loans not possible not to mention mental health issues.
I was interested in writing a book not about my experience itself but a fictional version of it
|by the IRS||reply 53||06/27/2012|
129000 long island
|by the IRS||reply 54||07/05/2012|
Low six. Long Island.
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|by the IRS||reply 56||07/05/2012|
294,400.00 (not including small misc. income sources as the amounts are not consistent month to month) ----------------------------------- 186,500.00 in retirement income
107,900.00 in rental property income
|by the IRS||reply 57||07/05/2012|
$350,000. Lawyer. But I am hoping to make much more money when the economy turns around.
|by the IRS||reply 58||07/05/2012|
Net monthly income $4300. St. Augustine Florida.
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|by the IRS||reply 60||11/09/2012|