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What do you consider rich?  

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  1. 1. Be honest to your current situation, what do you consider rich (assume no or very little debt):

    • Not drowning in debt
      8
    • Over $10,000 in the bank
      2
    • Over $20,000 in the bank
      2
    • Over $40,000 in the bank
      4
    • Over $75,000 in the bank
      4
    • Over $150,000 in the bank
      7
    • Over $500,000 in bank
      10
    • Over $1 million in assets
      5
    • Over $2.5 million in assets
      5
    • Over $5 million in assets
      9
    • I'm happy collecting my welfare check
      1
    • Getting my own place (I live with Ma and Pa)
      0
  2. 2. Are you pleased with your current financial situation?

    • Yes!
      5
    • F@#% No!
      26
    • It's ok.
      26
  3. 3. How much money do you rake in a year?

    • Less than $15k
      8
    • $15-$25k
      5
    • $25-$35k
      4
    • $35-$45k
      8
    • $45-$60k
      3
    • $60-$75k
      5
    • $75-$100k
      9
    • $100-$125k
      8
    • $125-$150k
      4
    • $150-$200k
      1
    • $200-$250k
      0
    • More than $250k!!!
      2


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Wait.. I misunderstood the 1st question. Or did I? I read it as a hypothetical - what do you consider rich? But now I'm looking at some of the other options and there are answers in there that speak to my personal financial situation. The poll is flawed!


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It would be better to judge wealth based upon income, not bank balances. People don't receive and then deposit their yearly salary all at once.

Someone might make the average salary which is around $40,000 but their spouse works and makes the same too and they have a joint account with $15,000 in savings left at the end of the year. Then you might find someone that makes a million per year but after paying the mortgage on the mansion, the car note on 4 mercedes' for each family member over 15, the credit card bills on diamond jewelry and designer shoes for their gold-digging trophy wife and the cost of designer clothes for their spoiled teenagers that only has $10,000 left in the bank by the end of the year. If I made $75k per year I would consider myself wealthy because I'm good at saving money and avoiding debt. I could live quite nicely and even afford a vacation abroad every year on that.

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I will consider myself RICH if I married Bill Gates :devil::devil:

Or if I have more than 5Million $$$$ NET of liquid asset, excluding real and personal asset.

Aside from the monetary richness is my family's Health... coz Health is Wealth... Bow!!! :dance:


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rich is relative where you live..in arkansas..rich is $50,000 and a new pick-up..in LA..$5 million


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If you own a TV, you ain't poor.


Don't just open your mouth and prove yourself a fool....put it in writing.

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Even rich people are still working to keep them rich.

what do I consider rich?

Angelina Jolie

Paris Hilton

the actor who played harry potter movies

Stephen King

Michael Jackson but billion of credit--- :blink::unsure:


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Even rich people are still working to keep them rich.

what do I consider rich?

Angelina Jolie

Paris Hilton

the actor who played harry potter movies

Stephen King

Michael Jackson but billion of credit--- :blink::unsure:

OK..what do I consider rich?

I am the boss of myself :innocent:


"True Love is never associated with violence,deception,abuse ( emotional,physical or verbal) constant sacrifice for the good of only one person,jealousy,fear or mistrust"

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Help is available to callers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Assistance is available in English and Spanish with access to more than 170 languages through interpreter services. If you or someone you know is frightened about something in your relationship, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224.

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Of the 24 registered voters thus far, here are the results for the second and third part of the poll:

Second part:

11/24 make less than 60k/year

13/24 make over 60k---With 9/24 (37.5%) making over 75k, and 6/24 (25%) making over 100k/year

^^^No wonder you guys are so smart. Over half of you have some damn good jobs (imo)^^^

First part:

Interestingly enough, despite the (imo) high salaries (9 of 24 making over 75k/year) only 2 are pleased with their current financial situation, 11 said "F@#% No!" and the other 11 said "It's ok"

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Well, 'rich' is relative. We make well over $100K together and have very little debt. However....we are about to put one kids through college and I'm going back to school myself, so that will create some chunks in our budget.

I'm happy with bills under control and money in savings every month. I spent many years scraping by....never want to do that again.


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Rich is not having to work and still have money coming in.

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