Lets hope you get a job
For those of you debating on where you are taxed...You are taxed in the jurisdiction where you work, not reside.By the way, I am a CPA in the tax practice of a Big Four...
Quote from: SH on May 10, 2005, 02:24:35 PMLets hope you get a job Ouch, thanks. I've done this while studying for a final. I think I should be cut a little slack for not necessarily remembering everything I had in mind when I'm also juggling a LOT of other information.
Quote from: limonjello on May 10, 2005, 10:31:13 AMUmmm, what the hell level is "really rolling in money?" You'd be making nearly 4 times the freaking national average income.Limonjello: I do understand your point about charitable giving. And yes, starting earlier is better. The only problem is you've seen my budget. What do you suggest I cut? $125k is a lot of money. The $60k I have after taxes, loans, and savings doesn't afford much beyond a relatively comfortable living in the New York area. Every number I've chosen I've been told is too low. So I can't really drop any of those. And I will not put my retirement at risk just so I can donate. I really will donate later, I come from a family that has gone through poverty and makes it a point to donate. I know I will, I just don't feel I really can for the first two or three years.
Ummm, what the hell level is "really rolling in money?" You'd be making nearly 4 times the freaking national average income.
Limonjello-- Federal income tax alone will gobble up 28-33% of my salary...
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