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Q: How Much Money Should I Contribute Monthly?

My wife makes around 24k after taxes. I make around 10-12k monthly. Monthly expenses are around 10k. We don't plan on buying a home in the meantime.

 

She wants me to pay half my daily intake.  How much should I pay monthly?

 

We live in Shanghai if that helps.

5 years 27 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Shanghai

 
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Sounds reasonable,  if you're splitting expenses 50/50 and you have 5000 + to play with every month... 

 

 

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Depends, did you get your pay from last week.

 

*sigh* 3 days.

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