9 ways to know if you're middle class
There's no hard-and-fast definition, but surveys show what kind of income and lifestyle you're likely to have if you -- and others -- think you're middle class.
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but i wont complain much becuase i still shop in Nordstrom ,Bloomingdales and macys what we need is a stonger Economie.
This article anchored by it's quoted statistics is garbage and is meant to comfort everyone who is making between 35 and 100K a year to continue to think they are middle class. All over the web you find articles written about how little Americans have saved and how little the 40-60 year olds have saved for retirement. How Americans' net worth is ridiculously low. And of course, the comment that most middle class Americans believe that POTUS is better for the middle class is a joke. Soon, the threshol for the AMT tax will be 46K not the 76K it is now. And the gov't will be collecting even more from its minions. You might be able to afford a 176K house on 85K salary but that doesn;t include the school/property taxes you will have to pay. And good luck finding a 176K house on Long Island in New York. Please. There is so much boloney here it could be a Boars Head processing plant.
I think I know who that secret santa is who was passing out $200 the other day in NY.It
looked like it was either Donald Trump or Mitt Romney.LOL.
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