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    Quote Originally Posted by 4underfour View Post
    Why???
    Why not???

    This was my highest year since having my daughter, I recently did my tax and someone asks each year. Answering is optional.

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    Because SAB is an undercover agent
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    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    Because SAB is an undercover agent
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    Shhh... Don't blow my cover!

    I know my income seems very low to some, but I was happy with it considering the barriers faced in gaining any sort of employment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Why not???
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    Because its not generally considered polite to ask strangers how much money they earn.

    And don't worry, I won't be answering. I've learnt on here that if you admit to earning more than minimum wage you get accused of 'bragging'

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4underfour View Post
    Because its not generally considered polite to ask strangers how much money they earn.

    And don't worry, I won't be answering. I've learnt on here that if you admit to earning more than minimum wage you get accused of 'bragging'
    Call me impolite then I have been called worse.

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    DH- Not sure yet he hasn't done his

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    It's generally not polite to ask a strangers a lot of things that are regularly talked about on BH (you know, stuff like intimate relations and all the many bodily functions and fluids!)
    Tis the fun of an anonymous forum!

    Mine was about 8k (plus another 10k non-taxable). No children, just a perpetual student

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    I choose not to answer but I love being a sticky beak to those who are prepared to answer


 

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