In April, he was on a salary of €270,000 plus expenses, but when he lost the job, that went down to a pretty miserable €101,446. Obviously, he still had expenses of about €65,000, but you’d need that sort of walking-around money for day-to-day things.
Now, of course it’s perfectly understandable that he should have received another €36,750 per month for the first six months after losing his job, but after that it dropped savagely to €13,500 per month.
That’s a bit of hardship, and he was forced to take the low-paying day job, I told you about. The one that only gives him €101,446 per annum, or €8,454 per month.
Let’s add this up and see how the poor old fella is doing.
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