Type R Owners: What's your annual income?

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  1. $20K-$30K

    19 vote(s)
    5.4%
  2. $30K-$40K

    17 vote(s)
    4.8%
  3. $40K-$50K

    24 vote(s)
    6.8%
  4. $50K-$60K

    36 vote(s)
    10.3%
  5. $60K-$70K

    28 vote(s)
    8.0%
  6. $70K-$80K

    40 vote(s)
    11.4%
  7. $80K-$90K

    31 vote(s)
    8.8%
  8. $100K-$125K

    43 vote(s)
    12.3%
  9. $125K-$175K

    48 vote(s)
    13.7%
  10. $175K-$200K

    13 vote(s)
    3.7%
  11. $200K+

    47 vote(s)
    13.4%
  12. $90K-$100K

    5 vote(s)
    1.4%
  1. Zeffy94

    Zeffy94 Senior Member

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    (If this isn't allowed I apologize)

    After looking at the discussions in the monthly payment amount thread, I got curious and want to see how much everyone's making annually before taxes. A lot of people seem to be able to afford pretty large monthly payments better than I can, so I'm naturally curious to see where the median lands in this regard.

    I don't expect anyone to post their results unless they want to.

    Thanks for your time!
     
  2. Mcclaughry95

    Mcclaughry95 500hp is the goal.

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    I think I had the highest payment on that thread... just my mortgage and no kiddos running around so not hard to manage.
     
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    fatherpain Senior Member

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    Mine is $707 *sigh*

    was yours higher?

     
  4. Mcclaughry95

    Mcclaughry95 500hp is the goal.

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    820.37 to be exact.
    9 percent interest and was 41k for the car. 3k roll over from my 18si and gap just in case. 45,5 loan. Still paying extra and work bonuses going to on it every year.
     
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    the cost of living, whether you have kids/family or not have a big affect on whether or not people will do a bigger payment or not ..
     
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    hicompb18c1 Senior Member

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    Good lord dude
     
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  7. Mcclaughry95

    Mcclaughry95 500hp is the goal.

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    Well seems like kids are very expensive but I have no experience there. My payment is way too high but I also think this car is more reliable then the Si and will hold value better. But again no experience there because these cars are still too new.
     
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    Zeffy94

    Zeffy94 Senior Member

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    Technically without my $14K downpayment my loan would've been $47K thanks to a gob of negative equity from my '17 coupe touring.
     
  9. Mcclaughry95

    Mcclaughry95 500hp is the goal.

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    I cry once a month.
     
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    I don't have my own family yet either but i'm sure it's not really just about the money aspect of it but the priorities change once you have a family. I know my priorities would change and i wouldn't spend so much money on the car.

    that's a pretty harsh loan and a pretty harsh apr. but hey if your happy with it, that's all that matters. who cares what others think.
     
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    Pre-tax income. More than I deserve.
     
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    You’re not alone my friend ;)

     
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    Missing a range.
     
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    He's right. I couldn't find "$0k - living inside the Type R" in my case.
     
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    Zeffy94

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    I literally read the choices three times and didn't catch that, oh well, I added it but it's at the end of the choices

    Who needs a house when you have a Type R?!

    ...that's the kind of thinking that got me into my situation in the first place
     
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