Nothing
12% (53 votes)
0-10%
20% (92 votes)
10-20%
25% (112 votes)
20-30%
17% (76 votes)
30-40%
8% (35 votes)
40-50%
7% (34 votes)
More than 50%
12% (54 votes)
Total votes: 456

Comments (9)

7/31/12

100% of bonus, so ~40% of income.

7/31/12

~35% of base + 100% of bonus = ~65% of income

8/2/12

where's the option I'm dissaving?

8/2/12

I'm engaged in my personal QE3 to save the economy from collapse.

8/7/12

save now spend later
100% bonus 50% base

"If Henry Ford had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses." -Steve Jobs

8/7/12

how do you spend when your in the office all day?

"If Henry Ford had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses." -Steve Jobs

8/7/12
jgc2122:

save now spend later
100% bonus 50% base

Wow. Respect.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

8/15/12

Some of you guys put me to shame. I pride myself on thrift and I figured a 40% savings rate was pretty darned good.

Back to my rusty honda. (Not a rusty Yugo. Have to have some standards.)

8/15/12

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