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How Much Money is in Your Bank Account?
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Title says it all. If you have multiple, you can just add up if you wish.

Seems like a topic nobody discusses. Is it taboo?
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0$ or idk haven't asked parents but wait till I work finna put in bank...
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Not nearly enough, but more than apparently most americans have saved... (over half apparently have less than $1000

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/most-americans-have-less-than-1000-in-savings-2015-10-06

Other than that, it's a taboo subject and for good reason.
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three dollars.
Posted 10/30/15 , edited 11/1/15
Not much.

Btw here's an interesting article on the subject

http://www.gobankingrates.com/savings-account/62-percent-americans-under-1000-savings-survey-finds/

Edit: serifsansserif beat me to it
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Single digits. Right now I'm in a living situation where I literally can't get a job (hopefully that'll change in a week).
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Posted 10/30/15 , edited 10/31/15

HuastecoOtaku wrote:

Not much.

Btw here's an interesting article on the subject

http://www.gobankingrates.com/savings-account/62-percent-americans-under-1000-savings-survey-finds/

Edit: serifsansserif beat me to it


wow i feel pretty good about myself then and i have a piss poor job

but here is an accurate picture of me

Posted 10/30/15 , edited 10/31/15

Sogno- wrote:


HuastecoOtaku wrote:

Not much.

Btw here's an interesting article on the subject

http://www.gobankingrates.com/savings-account/62-percent-americans-under-1000-savings-survey-finds/

Edit: serifsansserif beat me to it


wow i feel pretty good about myself then and i have a piss poor job

but here is an accurate picture of me



I wish I had a comma in my bank account

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Wow. I feel strangely wealthy. I'm in the 14% zone if that article is correct.

But I also owe at least $40,000 in loans and over half of my money in the account can't be used at the moment since I'm saving it for a car and that will probably set me back about $20,000. Most likely around $25,000 once everything gets calculated in. At least I have enough money to get a car without taking out even more loans, but that dent in my account will be sorely felt.

My current car is 10 years old and having some noticeable transmission issues. I will miss the old memorymobile.
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I have enough money to pay for my Masters degree in Geology. After that I will have about $4000 left to spend on moving and an apartment.

I was saving up for Uni since I was 9. I ended up with a full ride scholarship so I didn't need to spend it until I went for my Masters.

Also, that moment when a 11 year old kid had 4x the average Americans savings...
Posted 10/30/15 , edited 10/31/15
Last I checked 1000 quid ish, but I dunno anymore.
Posted 10/30/15 , edited 10/31/15
Just checked my account and compared it to that article and I fall in the 5% zone ($5,000-$9,999 to those of you who haven't gave it a look).

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