Do you think that your monthly income is appropriate for your family?

India
September 2, 2009 2:04am CST
In this age of recession peolple are unable to meet their basic needs so i want to know whether u earn proper for your family or still u want more. Please share.
6 responses
@srganesh (6349)
• India
2 Sep 09
I earn enough money to run my family.But I can't save much for the future is my current anticipation.We should have some warnings to meet some emergencies and so,I don't think the money now I earn is sufficient.I will be happy if I can earn some more.Cheers!
@med889 (5958)
2 Sep 09
Honestly speaking then I thank Life that I am not yet married because the salary I get is not enough for myself so what will I do if I get married and have to live up with the same salary! So right now I am planning to change my job to a better income though.
2 Sep 09
Collectively i would say thay me and my partner earn a prett good wage. We live within our means and we dont waste tons of money. Before my daughter was born if we wanted something for a couple of hundred pounds we could afford to just go out and buy it but since i am not working because i had a baby we have had to tighten the reigns a little. Once i go back to work we will be comfortable again.
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@mastinet (467)
• India
2 Sep 09
I am earning around $250 per month and I am able to satisfy the needs of all family members. I never faced the financial crises till now and pray God to always make me strong enough to earn and spend more and more for my family members. Every time earnings are not considered necessary for fulfilling needs. Understanding of family members also plays an important role in keeping family happy.
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@ucue2008 (926)
• Malaysia
2 Sep 09
My income is enough for me, but not enough to do what I want to do, like buying house, and pay my loan as I wish to settle my education loan asap. I cannot stand its high monthly service charge. As I'mm working now, I need to give my parents money and it my wish to serve them better by giving them a lot of things, so I wish to earn more.
@prinzcy (5063)
• Malaysia
2 Sep 09
I am earning RM1204++ monthly (that's around $340 USD) It's quite enough but there's more bills rising and I am going to furthering my study. I don't think it will be enough but I am not the breadwinner of the family. So I need to sort my own priority to make the end meet and still have money to keep in my fund.