The average vet is paid £24,900 in one year, as of February 2017.
According to the Association of Veterinarians, veterinary assistants are paid more – £23,400 annually – and veterinary assistants often work in larger clinics, like London’s National Health Service.
How much does a vet earn when you need him or her?
The average salary as a veterinary assistant is £7,500 a year and the average salary in a larger clinic is £14,250 – but how much is that?
Petrol, fuel and petrol-powered cars are cheaper than petrol or diesel.
The average car is 25% over its predicted economic life-cycle so it would take 20 years to reach annualised economic value (EVC), compared to 5 years for petrol cars and 6 years for diesel cars.
So the question for pet owners is: How much a car would be worth in 20 years?
We will take £7,500 today and subtract the cost of the car’s fuel ($7,000), petrol ($4,000), air conditioner ($500), insurance ($1,000) and maintenance (£2,500).
We’ll also add back the £500 yearly insurance premium on top of the petrol ($700) and car repairs (£5,900). This is before we factor in depreciation, which is roughly 3% over five years.
With all these numbers added in, the car will cost £12,500 in one year and be worth about £32,500 in 20 years.
How much would it be worth after 20 years?
The value would be increased to £45,500 in 20 years. For a car costing the price of one gallon of petrol ($2.23) in 20 years, this represents around a 5% increase in real value ($6,000), or about an extra £4,000 in one’s wallet.
If a car were 50% more powerful (and less fuel efficient and less cost effective), then there could be the same effect of saving around £1,000 in one’s wallet over 20 years but this figure is not taken into account on this calculator.
This is not a joke.
The “New York Times” is publishing a story claiming that “hundreds of thousands” of Muslims living in “countries from Africa to Southeast Asia” are joining ISIS.
In an article titled “Terrifying Trend, ‘Millions’ of Muslims