2022/1/27
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Not just your annual income!Five points to measure a dad's true financial strength

Hello.This is Nike, a live housewife.

This time, I would like to talk about the point where to determine the true richness of daddy.

So far, I have met about 20 male candidates for fatherhood through daddy activities and observed the amount of allowance and how they use money.

What I noticed there was that "the goodness of dad's fluttering is not proportional to the annual income on the profile".

How much money dad actually spends, in other words, the true economic power of dad life, can't be measured by annual income alone.

It's just my subjective opinion, but based on my experience so far, I've listed 5 things that I use as points of judgment, so please refer to them.

 

① An annual income of 1000 million to 2000 million yen is just right

First of all, how to read annual income, which is the base of economic power.

I don't have a lot of experience, but as far as I can see, the lowest annual income for a man in the world of dad activities is around 1000 million yen.

However, I think there is a certain amount of range in this self-reported amount.

Apart from whether it is intentional or on the system of the registration site, unless you provide income proof, both those in the 800 million yen range and those in the 1500 million yen range will be summarized as "annual income of 1000 million yen" on their profile. .

It's very difficult to tell the difference (sometimes you can guess it when you meet and talk), but if you say that a man with a high annual income profile is more powerful as a dad, it's not necessarily the case. This is the difficult part.

After all, there is a considerable wall between the annual income of 1000 million yen and 2000 million yen, and I have the impression that among the high-income dads, there are quite a few men who are quite bullish and negotiate, probably because they are proud of being over 2000.

There are pros and cons, but if you think from the perspective that "the investor has the right to choose", I can't help but understand that high-income dads push with bullish conditions.

However, due to my personality, I'm not good at being forced to come with specific conditions from the beginning...

After that, there is also a pattern that they are too busy to meet because they are earning money.

If this happens, I'll just be an email friend, so for me, the benefits of being a dad are almost gone, and it's mostly faded out.

After all, my experience is that “annual income of 1000 million yen”, which is the majority and the lowest line, is safe and best for dad activities.

 

(XNUMX) It is better if you are a wife who works hard and is a full-time career employee.

A dad who has a solid income for his wife is better at being a dad.

For example, let's say there are two dads with the same annual income of 1000 million yen.

Papa A's wife is a career-tracker who earns an annual income of nearly 1000 million yen.

On the other hand, Papa B's wife has been a full-time housewife since marriage.

In this case, even if the annual income is the same, Papa A has a higher degree of financial freedom.

My regular is A pattern.

The wife is a manager at a first-class company, has a different family budget, and is a super individualistic house that does not know the usage history of credit cards.

So, no matter how much money you send to me, your wife won't see it, and she can freely buy gifts for me with her credit card.

In dad activities, it is very important not only the annual income but also how much of that annual income the dad can freely use.

If "earning" is a high priority in dad life, let's decline the pocket money dad... (It's very rare, but it's actually there!)

 

③ The older the child, the better

If the father has a child, it is best if the father is more than a college student.

If you have children who are still in elementary school or junior high school, daddy will be careful about how to use money.

Expenses for lessons and cram schools, entrance fees, leisure expenses, etc.

I have to think about not only the money that my child currently needs, but also the money that will be needed in the near future, so my purse strings will naturally tighten.

By the way, my regular child is a college student.

It seems that they no longer take family trips due to their age, and basically the child himself works part-time to cover the money for playing.

As long as you can secure the tuition fee until you graduate from university, there are no economic uncertainties.

I own a house and my wife and I have separate finances, so I have a stance of "It would be nice if I could naturally save money that I didn't use up every month."

After all, it can be said that people in their 50s and 60s, who have almost finished raising their children and are gradually spending less money on their children, have a higher level of economic power as dads.

 

④ The investor's dad is the target

Papas who are actively involved in asset management, including stocks, often use the profits for their activities.

For the investor's dad, such income is money that is "separate" from the main income.

I get the impression that everyone is generous with their dads, who always let them play with money like that, "I don't mind if I don't have it, but I want to spend it as soon as possible."

When I received a birthday present from Mr. Teiji before, he said, "I sold (holdings) little by little and made a profit just like the price of the gift." Stocks ≒ Earn a little pocket money.

As a +α advantage, you can also learn about asset management.

I am also studying various things such as how to buy more, how to read the timing, if you want to make a profit from trading and if you want to get a profit from long-term holding, etc.

It's an era where you can't increase or save even if you just save money, so having your dad teach you about stocks and investment knowledge for free is a great value other than an allowance.

 

⑤ It's okay to have fewer hobbies

A dad who has too many hobbies doesn't get excited about the story at all, which makes it difficult as a dad.

Food, golf, watching movies, and other hobbies that are familiar to ordinary salaried men are a small amount of money for dads.

On the other hand, two top hobbies that I consider expensive are watches and cars.

What dads who are particular about watches have in common is that they want to own and buy as many watches as they want.

Papas who really like watches use different watches depending on their mood and occasion, and it is common for watch-loving dads to wear different watches every time they meet.

Also, the fact that the hobby of cars is expensive is not something as simple as "I like foreign cars = it costs money".

Spending crazy money on in-car amenities, customizing vintage cars, and collecting sports cars that are clearly not for city driving.

Any rich dad who has a decent sense of money to some extent can have a long and stable relationship.

By the way, Regular-san loves watches and cars and has a lot of hobbies lol

 

Annual Income is Just a Baseline, True Economic Strength Carefully Assessed (Summary)

It's impossible to say that a dad with an annual income of 300 million yen can do the kind of dad life that pj's in the world want.

However, if you say that a regular dad with an annual income of 2000 million yen will definitely spend 50 a month, that's not the case.

Annual income and economic power in dad activities seem to be linked, but they are actually different things.

Depending on family composition, surplus funds, and the cost of hobbies, even if the annual income is the same, the amount of money used for dad activities will be completely different.

It is difficult to read the true financial strength of a dad just by looking at his profile, but it is important to collect information little by little from conversations and messages exchanged and make judgments based on various factors.

Dad activity is a major premise that dad has a certain amount of economic power, even if money is not everything.

Accurately ascertain the true economic power of dads and have fun with dads!

Writers: 
Until a year ago, I was a full-time housewife who lived comfortably without any inconvenience, and now I am a full-time housewife who is pampered by her beloved regular.In the middle of dad activities and extramarital affairs, days of leisurely enjoyment with regulars. .I would like to tell women in the same position that even if you are a full-time housewife who is ignorant of the world and you are in your 40s who have turned a few corners, you can be happy and live as a dad.

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