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John_Mactavish's avatar

What does a sizeable bank account mean? How much is a sizeable amount?

Asked by John_Mactavish (29points) June 5th, 2008
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kevbo's avatar

There’s probably not a set definition, but what it makes me think of is whether: a) you have enough that you never have to work again, b) you have enough that you can make major purchases for cash, c) you have enough to live on for 3, 6, or 12 months without working, d) you have enough to raise a family [$11,000/kid/year estimated], or e) you can afford to buy liquor and throw parties for all if your friends on a regular basis. Another way to answer is do you have enough to fund the things you want to do/accomplish during your lifetime? Of course, money isn’t the only tool that can make these things happen.

PupnTaco's avatar

More than I have, that’s for sure.

Randy's avatar

A sizeable bank account is one that is big enough. Period. That’s all there is to it.

@PupnTaco- more than me too. =(

Notreallyhere's avatar

As long as you aren’t overdrawn you’re good…

judochop's avatar

it is not sizeable unless you:
have to split your money between banks.
Get free banking.
You don’t go to the teller you go to a desk.

GeauxTigers's avatar

If you have to ask, you don’t have it.

ambos's avatar

When you can dive into your money like Scrooge McDuck.

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