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LeoMc

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Re: Businesses the have acted the cnut during the Coronavirus Outbreak
« Reply #180 on: April 07, 2020, 09:59:03 PM »
If your earning north of 2500 a month your grand for money anyway, in real terms.
No it doesn't. Depends if your other half is working and what your monthly overheads are.

Well, it's a figure not a lot of people will ever see per month. So taking overheads and whatever out of it - you have to accept its very, very high compared to what others might be faced with.
It is a take home of 30k, gross 41-42k. Better than average but if you have a mortgage of 900, car payments of 300, rates of 150 and another 150 on sky, broadband and mobile it starts to eat into it.

It is not take home though. It is 2.5k gross. Equates to 30k a year before tax, insurance, pension etc. Is deducted.  Very average.
I did not know it was gross. I had assumed when Government as paying it was a net fugure.