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Fast forward 14 years later and the 600 square foot one bedroom condos in decent areas of Manhattan are now trading for $750,000 ! Cost to go see his family in New Jersey and the occasional fishing or skiing trip up north.

Related: Scraping By On $500,000 A Year: Why It’s So Hard For High Income Earners To escape The Rat Race Manage Your Finances In One Place: If you currently live in an expensive city or plan to move to an expensive city, I recommend signing up with Personal Capital, a free online wealth management tool to keep track of your income and expenses.Then there’s Stuyvesant and Bronx Science for public high schools.I’m not sure what parents do if their kids aren’t smart, but I’m sure there are scholarships for everyone.Even then I thought $40,000 was pretty low as I could only afford to share a $1,800/month studio with a buddy of mine from high school after contributing to my 401(k).Thankfully our salaries were raised in the second year to $65,000 after Wall St.BREAKING DOWN A $200,000 INCOME Gross Income: $200,000 401(k) Max Contribution: $17,500 Taxable Income: $182,500 Effective Tax Rate (includes city, state, federal, SS tax): 35% Net Income: $118,625 Monthly Net Income: $9,885 EXPENSES FOR A BETTER LIFE Rent For Two Bedroom In Mid Town: $5,500 Food: $1,000. It’s clear she’s not living it up on a $200,000 income.

Now we can afford to eat four $100 dinners a month with $500 left over for lunch and breakfast. You can go out twice a week now or feel more comfortable buying a couple rounds of drinks for three friends four times a month. Instead of taking the subway when it’s super hot or really late, you get to take a $15 cab ride a little more often for convenience. Given only 13% of Americans make more than $100,000 a year, it’s clearly possible to have a good life living in an expensive city making less. * Working in the food industry so you don’t have to pay for your meals. If you can take care of your housing situation everything else can be overcome with cheaper options.

I used to live downtown when I worked in finance from 1999-2001 as a fresh college grad.

My base salary for the first half of the year (started in July) was $40,000.

He’s been looking to upgrade to a two bedroom condo with his future wife, but he’s taken aback by the ~$1.5 million price tag. If a condo owner who saw his property’s value grow by 130% can’t even afford to comfortably upgrade to a two bedroom, can you imagine what a renter during this same time period is thinking? Going out once a week with friends is hardly excessive in a city that seriously never sleeps.

First of all, making $100,000 a year puts you in roughly the top 10-15% of nationwide income earners. Movie tickets cost $15 and Broadway shows cost $50-$100 for the cheaper tickets. He does his best to walk or utilize the subway and his entertainment budgets is pretty tiny for all the NYC has to offer.

We could have drank our alcohol at home and ordered water at the bar instead. To put things into perspective, a 30 year old second year Associate makes anywhere from $170,000-$250,000 on average in finance as do second year lawyers. It also usually takes more effort to earn in the $250,000 range so that’s a negative.