It's all relative. 100k a year is only 70k in the hand, I know how they feel, have just enough to do stuff but not enough to do bigger stuff. It's like having a million dollars to buy a house but all houses that you are looking at in the area you want is 1.5mil so you feel you really have nothing.
Spoilt-brat-itis more like it!
I think I might go play my violin to them..
It depends who earns what. 2 parents working get less ftb than if one person earns the same, if that makes sense
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Wants and needs are very different, it's living without the things you need which classify it as poverty.
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It seems the more people have, the more they think they need.
If you own a house/asset(s) you are not poor by any stretch of the word. If you have cash flow issues then you suck at managing your money and spend too much on stuff you can't afford.
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