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51k Euros annually for a family of 4 in Berlin: Is it enough?

Yes. You will probably have a relatively small flat relatively far from the city center, but there are plenty of families getting by on much less. You will pay very approximately 5k € in taxes and ...
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51k Euros annually for a family of 4 in Berlin: Is it enough?

51k Euros is enough to live, but not enough to save (OK, it depends on your habits and life expectations). Germany has complex taxation system. I hope this HowToGermany page helps to get an overview. ...
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What is my net salary on a gross salary of 3,000 EUR in Holland? Can I live on that in Amsterdam?

The proposed salary is almost spot on what is referred to as 'modaal inkomen', or the median income: the most common income in the country. Therefore, you should be able to live on this salary just ...
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What is my net salary on a gross salary of 3,000 EUR in Holland? Can I live on that in Amsterdam?

You would be able to get by, but not save anything, I would think. As of 2018, I live alone, my salary is ~3,850 before taxes (not counting an annual allowance/bonus/vacation pay/etc.), I enjoy the 30%...
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Is 500$/month sufficient to live in Olomouc (Czech Republic)?

Question #1: Can you make it on $500? Short answer: It's going to be tight, but yes. Question #2: Can you save a reasonable amount of money? Probably not. Salary after tax Before we start, we need to ...
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Is £74k yearly enough for a 3-person family in London?

This question is perhaps slightly too broad to give a definitive yes/no answer, as it highly depend on your personal circumstances and preference which I acknowledge that it is impossible to enumerate ...
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Savings in Germany (Munich) or in Norway (Oslo)

This really depends. Taxes are lower in Germany but Munich has become very expensive to live in, even compared to Oslo. However, Norway includes its health insurance and better pension benefits in ...
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51k Euros annually for a family of 4 in Berlin: Is it enough?

Others have already told you that the answer is positive. I'd like to add a few points: As an expat, life is usually more expensive because one lacks the cultural knowlege how/where to cut costs, e.g....
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Salary comparison from SF to Amsterdam Data Engineer 2017

Firstly, Amsterdam is a fantastic city and the Netherlands is a great place to live. :-) EUR 52k per year gross is around EUR 2900 per month net. That's a decent salary in the Netherlands and ...
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What is better choice living place or salary in Sydney?

Take the one with shorter travel distance. This exact issue has been disused on vlogbrothers by Hank quite recently Sources (taken from vlogbrothers): Homeownership doesn't increase happiness: ...
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Costs of life for 12 month stay in Southern Poland

Even within mentioned life style there are dozen of possibilities so you must assume that below calculations may vary even up to 50% based on real situation. However, you may expect (for Katowice and ...
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12+ month business stay in Spain -- cost of life

I think this cannot really be answered, as it depends on your style of living. There are millions of people in spain that live on less than 1000 €, so obviously it is possible. If you are willing to ...
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Living cost in Al-khobar, Saudi Arabia

Numbeo gives some estimates about prices of food, renting apartments etc. in Al-Khobar. Based on that you can estimate your monthly needs. You can also compare cost of living between chosen cities to ...
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Where to live in Bangkok to be close to potential employment

The worrying word here is 'potential'. You make it sound like you are unemployed, and you are thinking of moving to Bangkok with the hope of landing yourself a job. As a foreigner in Thailand, ...
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A cheap(er) just-Internet connection in the Netherlands?

From my experience, most providers do have the option for only Internet, you might just need to dig a little deeper into their websites. You can use this site to compare prices between different ...
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Normal and sensible way to get internet connection in Canada and the average cost?

I will try to give you a general idea first and then try to answer the specifics. Internet providers can be broken up into three main categories in Canada. 1) The Big 4 - Bell, Rogers, Telus, Shaw: ...
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51k Euros annually for a family of 4 in Berlin: Is it enough?

2900 Euro spendable income is 90% of the average family income in Berlin (source in German). And your family's earning potential is higher than your starting salary, as you could hope for a raise, or ...
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Is the living expense for a foreigner higher in Canada than in Germany?

I'm a German living in Canada for almost 12 years now. I'm working here, never went to school in Canada, so my situation is a bit different. My general view is that the overall costs of living are ...
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Is the living expense for a foreigner higher in Canada than in Germany?

Looking at https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_countries.jsp the answer appears to be Yes. Consumer Prices in Canada are 2.36% lower than in Germany (without rent) Rent Prices in Canada ...
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Is £74k yearly enough for a 3-person family in London?

Of course the definition of 'comfortably' may be very subjective, but my assessment would be: It would work out; i.e. you would be able to sustain your family the way you describe it, but not a lot ...
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Is a salary of 35000 pounds enough for a couple to live comfortably in Portsmouth, UK?

Quite a subjective question. You can find out the cost of living using a few websites: Rightmove.co.uk for accommodation Tesco.co.uk to get an idea of cost of groceries moneysavingexpert.com/tax-...
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Moving to the UK

It's hard to know what your standard of living requirements are, but your company could tell you what salary range this particular job is paying. To estimate your main costs, housing and tax, have a ...
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Salary comparison from SF to Amsterdam Data Engineer 2017

I'm not sure about the level of life in SF but I heard that housing, medicine and child care is quite expensive. As for me, DS is a quite hot area and I would expect more high salaries than 56k. And ...
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