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    DH owns his own consultancy firm.

    He pulls in a fair bit as one company profile is $15,000 and he does a few of those a week.
    Then he has consultancy fees and business's that pay him to talk to their staff.
    He also runs seminars and training.

    Our income is changing all the time as we can just pull down what we need.

    We also have to pay staff, rent, tax etc etc..

    but he does well.

    He has an accountancy degree and an MBA.

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    I'm pretty sure Australia's average household income is around 50 to 60 grand.. Im proud to be the average.

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