$100000 / year.

$100,000 / year isn’t the same as it might of been 5 or even 10 years ago. I have met many house poor individuals who still despite reaching the magic milestone still live pay check to pay check and barely make their car payments – never mind the maxed credit cards and exhausted lines of credits. If there is one common denominator between those in society with the highest disposable incomes it is that little to none of their wealth involves “Real Estate” as an investment tool, just ask Florida or Arizona or Las Vegas or Toronto or Montreal. Liquidity is key and cash is king.