How much saving do you put aside from weekly earning

By Chan . Created on Nov 08, 2018
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Most of it

Most of it

Very little to mjnimal

Very little to mjnimal

50 %

50 %

a week ago
Pocket change

Pocket change

a week ago
Not as much as I probably should

Not as much as I probably should

By Jeff
a week ago
20%

20%

a week ago
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alfromal said 7 days ago
nothing,, i just blow all my money on frivolous extras like food, gasoline, doctors etc
20%
Yvonne said 7 days ago
Don't get a pay check - self-employed. Do put away probably 25% or so a year but not on a weekly basis.
Not as much as I probably should
Guppy said 7 days ago
We don't get weekly pay (every 2 weeks) and our RRSP, Union Pension and TFSA is more on a monthly or quarterly remittance. But we definitely should be putting away more.
Very little to mjnimal
Ameera said a week ago
VERY LITTLE
20%
Marcus said a week ago
Strive for positive cash-flow (having more net worth at the end of this month than the last). Pay your expenses without borrowing money; pay down you debts, and invest what's left over (some of it on fun).
Not as much as I probably should
noregistereddata said a week ago
Saving about 10% but I will be able to save more in the future.
Milan said a week ago
A person should save something from every check but!! This again depends on your age and the time frame of your life!!! A young person out of high school or earlier living at home might be saving his entire wage for his college experience. Then again a person with a career job needs to save 10 to 20% for retirement, home, etc. the point is saving no matter what age group is necessary to achieve your goals whethe...
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