The target net income formula is based on your expected annual income. This is an estimate of the income you should expect to receive based on your age and your work history.
It’s based on your age. So for example, if you start a job in your mid-40’s, the target net income formula will show you that you will receive approximately $14,000 a year.
It’s not just that the formula takes this into account. It’s that it doesn’t assume you will make any money at all. It assumes you will make as much as you can. That’s because the formula assumes that you’re at your work peak, that you’ll have done well in your job, and that you will be able to sustain it for as long as possible.
I think I know exactly which of these assumptions I am making. I am not making any assumptions about my job-seeking habits. If I am earning about 14,000 a year, then I can sustain that for as long as I want and I can afford to get a raise to 20,000. The reason for this is because my job allows me to work hard. Thats what I do. I work hard. I amnt a slacker. I work 8-5 every day.
This is a good point. I think that’s true for the majority of people. If you are looking for a job that gives you a decent income, then you can work hard. As long as you are not working for the government, it is not the government’s fault that you are not getting paid what you are worth.
The reason for this is because most of us are not in a position to be able to work hard. If you are one of the lucky ones, you are in a position where you have a choice, and that choice is to work or retire. Your choice is not going to be taken away from you. Your options are to work or retire. There is nothing in between. If you want to work, work hard. If you dont want to work, then retire.
No, it’s not a choice you have to have to have to take away from you. Being able to work, work hard, and have a choice about what you want or don’t want is not the choice you have to have to have to have to take away from you. Of course, if you don’t want to work, then you are not going to be able to work.
I think that this is another one of those cases where I would have made an argument in favor of something if I was writing this post in January, but I haven’t gotten around to it yet. I could probably get around to it in February, but that’s a long ways away. It’s a tough one to argue about for a lot of people. For those who want to retire, its not necessarily a choice you have to have to have to take away from you.
I think there are two schools of thought here. The first is that it is possible to have a stable job and still be happy. I have no idea if that is true, but I do know that in my opinion, when you have a stable job, you are much more likely to be happy than when you are unemployed. People with stable jobs are much more likely to be financially independent and able to take care of themselves than people without stable jobs.
I agree with this. I was a college student for five years, and I had a very stable job. In fact, it was my first real job ever. I got paid all my tuition, and made all of my mortgage payments. My parents, however, were not that lucky. They had to leave the country when they got married, so they lost their home, and they ended up having to go back to college.