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How much money will you have in ten years?
Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/7/16
Don't matter if you are saving, investing or have a stable job... Just wonder... How much money
will you have in about ten years?

Me... Probably $8,765.95....
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/7/16
I'm going to guess $24.92. That is not counting my tiny box of change though.
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none.
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/7/16
Enough
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30 / M / B.C, Canada
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16
Well if current interest rates don't fluctuate too widely and nothing too drastic happens to the global economy..Well suffice to say I will be quite comfortable.
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16
The same $1.98 USD I had 6 years ago with likely less buying power than today.
Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16
Probably right AT the poverty line.
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16
Considering the massive amoutn of student debt I'm about to rack up, probably 5 cents, a half eaten lollipop, and a gum wrapper.
Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/7/16
None cause I'll be dead >_>
But if I'm alive probably around 200k
Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16

I'm going to have more than my enemies.
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26 / F / Canada
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16
The number of things that could affect this that I have no way of predicting are truly staggering.

Under ideal circumstances, I will probably not have much more money in the bank than I do now, but we'll have paid off a sizable percentage of my husband's student loans and likely purchased a car or perhaps be in a nicer apartment.
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23 / M / Germany
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16
I think pretty much what the average man in 10 years in the country I live in will have.
Maybe a bit more.
Only time can tell
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16
Hmm, not a lot, because I'll be throwing most of what earn paying off my first mortgage early
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16

starshots wrote:

Probably right AT the poverty line.


I'm apparently at the poverty line and I live better than people who make more than me. I guess I am just good at not spending my money.
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Posted 11/7/16 , edited 11/8/16
They have not invented the concept of numbers that small.
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