Struggling to make ends meet on $100k salary

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By Tamsyn Parker
A growing number of Kiwis are earning six figure salaries and struggling to pay off debt and get ahead.
Hannah McQueen, who runs Auckland personal financial training business Enable Me, said around 70 per cent of its clients would fit that bill.
“It is so common.”
McQueen said those most likely to be in that situation were aged in their late 30s to mid 40s with children.
Despite earning a high income they did not have any emergency savings and failed to manage their frittering.
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