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They gave me an envelope with my salary (20k net) during the 1st week of every month.
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If I found an envelope with a typical month's salary in it (with no identifying information), I'd turn that in.
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A back of the envelope calculation shows that ignoring salary increases and such, if someone only has a 10 year career, and want to have the same available income after they retire as they do while they're working, their available income will only be 1/5 of their reported income.
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If we're to compare with the Pre-YNAB years, is it equivalent to allocating a chunk of money from your salary into a big-ass envelope (called "Checking") before you reassign that chunk of money into smaller envelopes (equivalent to YNAB's Category)?
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After Russell's play last night, I will gladly personally deliver Russell's 22 million dollar annual salary in monthly installments via an envelope in placed squarely in my asshole.
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After Russell's play last night, I will gladly personally deliver Russell's 22 million dollar annual salary in monthly installments via an envelope placed squarely in my asshole.
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My salary is under 50K before taxes, so I don't think that would be such a huge concern, and I don't think his overhead is very high when he just needs to order glitter wholesale, and buy a bunch of envelopes.
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I ran a quick back-of-the-envelope and came up with 40% as a percentage of salary, but that's a very fuzzy number.
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Dallas, TX vs. Silicon Valley with those salaries (just a back-of-the-envelope, thumb-to-the-wind) is going to leave you in a much lower 'standard of living' and I don't think it is going to end up being a raise (in terms of more savable/disposable income).
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Your salary is what you're worth, and if you try pushing the envelope, you can find yourself without a job.
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The happiest moment of the evening, the presents, or in today's terms the money in an envelope which is the main reason half of the people you invited won't come because again we are peasants and ask for a lot of fucking money as "presents" (about a salary if you come with your whole family that is wife and kids) and if you don't give enough money people will stare at you the whole night and, of course, won't come to your wedding.
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If a person is talented and can produce results, then they can command the salary that they want.
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There are people who attend top 20-50 programs and leave school with $150k debt, $100k opportunity cost a new post MBA salary of $80k so the payback period is way too long to make it worth it.
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Salary cap wise yes but not every owner is willing to spend more then the bare minimum.
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Pegula is willing to spend on free agents and to hire a top tier coach who will command a large salary.
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It's quicker to walk out of the arena to the nearest post office, write a letter in cursive, jimmy an envelope from my chest hair, and send my message through the mail only to come back and realize the game has gone to a shootout.
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That's not even a months salary for a junior web developer.
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Salary is $12k a year.
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If I remember correctly he had so good salary in KHL that he could hire a friend as an assistant.
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Except some small market teams have additional, owner-imposed financial restrictions placed on them in addition to the salary cap.
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The problem is the rape envelope is expanding to cover any act that a female later regrets.
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When you start residency/fellowship, your salary is only 50-60k, which means that you are collecting a lot of interest on those loans.
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From my understanding is Mint tells you what you have spent (aka whats already out of your bank account) while Ynab tells you how to spend (like the envelope system but on a spread sheet).
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Josh Smith's salary from the Pistons.
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The salary raise should also depend on job and leadership performance as well.
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My 20% assumption includes the fixed salary raise on top of the promotion.
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For example, the minimum salary for Engineer II and Engineer III levels are $65k and $70k, respectively.
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Obtaining the PE license has a salary raise of $10k and/or a promotion to next level (depends on job performance).
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Of course, the salary raise varies according to each firm.
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This was 20 years ago.. mortgage rates have gone down, but are harder to qualify for and salaries haven't gone up a whole lot.
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You have to give up something of value to get something of value in return - unless you're taking on salary.
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The Reds are not in any position to be taking on salary.
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Smaller workforces will command higher salaries as their will be less supply of able-bodied workers, thus keeping the tax base stable.
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Saved up a few bucks, got a job offer in another state (less salary, cheaper cost of living), broke lease and left.
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If it has happened over the last few years, that lends further credibility to this theory, as it fits the pattern of a "leak" in the thermal envelope of your home.
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There may simply be one common hot line that feeds the affected fixtures after branching off from the main hot line and travels through a part of the building that is in a breach in the thermal envelope.
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Does area affect teachers' salaries?
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Landry Fields, Marcus Camby, and Chuck Hayes are coming off the books after this season and that's about 19 million in salary cap freed.
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This isn't a contract; it's not signed by the player, and doesn't even state his salary.
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Not really my passion but a job I can do well and make a reasonable salary.
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No, the starting salary is between $35,000 and $40,000, whereas the average for teachers overall is around $55,000
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Maybe im being a homer here, but i kinda feel like Kuhn will take a fair salary and just be glad hes still playing on the best team in the league.
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He signed a 2 year contract with the changing salary cap in mind.
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Want to study something with high salaries upon graduation?
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If you start with computers you'll eventually have a good salary and skillset.
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You're counting scholarships as compensation, I was looking at 200k as salary.
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If Unions were so effective, my teachers wouldn't have had laughable salaries and would be allowed to teach Huck Finn.
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hmmm.. blue envelope.....White powder?
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I don't know what the gift is, but the envelope is 7.5 pounds of 1/8in steel welded together into a box.
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I really do hope is stays in Swansea but I guess the salary will probably sway him the other way...
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