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Old 03-19-2017, 06:39 PM
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PLEASE only use layman terms. Literally the only tax term I know is mortgage if you can relate that. More below though.

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Please answer separately.
1) I am saving up to move to my own place in Sacramento. I saw places where the rent is between 550-600 a month. If I have to start off as a sub (mind you I'm graduating in two months), I believe I'll be paid at least 28g between the elk grove and turlock area. Assuming I am married how much can i take home or how much can i expect? As alluded to, take into account the necessities only, notably rent, gas, groceries. Please.
2) How much can I take home if I am single?
3) I think this is credible but I am just curious. To the rest of you how credible does this look? If you type in sacramento, 1 bedroom and bathroom, and 500 for minimum and 1g for maximum you will see many results.
4)How feasible is a subsitute income living on rent in sacramento if single?
5)How feasible is it with a wife?
6)how feasible with wife/gf and ONE kid (let's assume daughter since they are referred to as more care)
7)what if I have that one kid at 27-28. mind you I'm 24 now.


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