How much does an average smoker spend in a lifetime?
its all about when they started smoking but lets just say they start at age 18. they live to age 70. they smoke 1 pack a week. and a pack costs 6 bucks (these numbers can vary)
I would say about 16 thousand bucks if my numbers are correct
I would say about 16 thousand bucks if my numbers are correct
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Over a lifetime, high school grads average $1.2 million; with a bachelor's degree, $2.1 million; a master's degree, $2.5 million.
The average person spends ten thousand to twenty thousand on jeans by the age of fifty.
Around $2 700 000 if you work until you die. If you retire at 65 then around $2 025 000. These amounts don't include possible debt and inheritance from friends, family etc. and these amounts assume you spend every penny you make. . Open in Google Docs Viewer . Open link in new tab . Open link in… new window . Open link in new incognito window . Download file . Copy link address . Edit PDF File on PDFescape.com . ( Full Answer )
The average person tends to spend about 15k to 25k on a new car. This is why most automakes i.e. toyota, honda, nissan, try to price most of their family cars in this range.
family of 5 which includes 2 adults and 3 children ages 10,14 and 16 spend about 1500 a year in kansas
Well, America is the number one unhealthy country. All fast food restaurants are horrible for you. Americans love fast food. In fast food restaurants the cows are feed corn and the chickens are NOT free range. To learn more watch super size me.
The average British smoker spends Â£92,000 on cigarettes in a lifetime, according to a survey by Clerical Medical. This figure equates to 373,302 cigarettes, or 18,665 packs for every smoker. On a yearly basis that breaks down to Â£1500 spent on tobacco which works out to 6,060 individual fags (…303 packets). ( Full Answer )
I smoke roughly a pack a day, I'd say around $30 dollars a week. If they raise the taxes on them one more time, I'm quitting.
Over the course of 16 years, the average American spends about7,700 hours in classes. This amounts to 321 full 24 hour days.
I heard that the average person sleeps 25 years in a lifetime. It may not be true though.
It is estimated that the average American spends at least threeyears of their life waiting. This estimate is based on a personliving until the age of 70. This breaks down to an average of 62minutes of waiting per day over a lifetime.
The average cost of a pack of cigarettes is $4.50 to $5.00, plus taxes . A smoker who smokes a pack a day will, on average, spend about spends $49 dollars a week, $208 dollars a month, and $2,548 a year. This is based on a $5 pack price with $2 for taxes. Prices and taxes vary greatly by state a…nd country. ( Full Answer )
I personally spend around 100 a month on dip so yeah to give u a estimate i buy a log of cope or skoal for 25 bucks an go through about three or four of them ina month
The average person spends approximately an hour a day waiting in line, which totals to about 2 to 3 years in a lifetime.
It can vary. It depends on: . how long you live . your lifestyle . the weather . if you have kids . if you have lots of windows . if you care that you have lots of windows . if you live in a nudist colony An estimate: If the only time you spend naked is when you're in the shower or gett…ing dressed, if you live to be 80 years old you will probably spend about 10,600 hours or roughly 1 year and 2 months naked. (This includes baths as a kid, too.) ( Full Answer )
In a lifetime, around the world twice! So that's around 25512 Km! Around the world twice is correct but the circumference of the world is 40,075.16 km so it would be a total of 80,150.32 km or 49,803.1 miles..
In most of the US it's about 40% of income. That depends definitely on where they live. In Massachusetts for instance, the average family earns $51,000. Of that about $3000 goes to federal taxes, $5000 to state taxes, and $8,000 to property and local taxes. After that and housing expenses are ded…ucted that leaves about $25,000, food and clothing costs about $8,000 a year and is not taxable. That leaves $17,000. Transportation costs (fuel) are about $2000 a year of which ~$1200 is federal and state taxes. Medical costs are about $5000 a year (some of that is taxed) leaving $10000. From that $10,000 is about $1500 for utilities of which about $900 is taxes, this leaves $8500 for sundry items (taxable) and other discretionary spending (again taxable) the states sales tax rate is 7% so that would be about $600. Some items like alcohol and tobacco also have excise taxes on them and lottery tickets are pure 100% tax. Assuming a portion goes to these items we can assign a tax estimate of about $400 to these items on average. So, by adding up these various taxes this hypothetical average family spends about $20,000 of their income on taxes. That is nearly 40%. This does not include other fee for services provided by many communities such as sewer/water or garbage pickup, license and registration fees ...etc. which increases the tax costs. ***It should be noted that as a person's income increases, though the income tax paid increases, the actual tax burden decreases as fee for service and excise and sales taxes are finite taxes and do not increase as a function of the increase in income. Thus, to a point [estimated to be about $80,000 or so] a person's tax burden as a percent of income increases until this point is surpassed, then it rapidly decreases toward about 24% of income for the wealthiest, who do not "earn" the majority of their income by working. Thus they pay the adjusted minimum tax rate of about 15% plus 8% on capital gains and most other taxes amount to less than 1% of their income [we're talking billionaires]. Some of their tax burden though monetarily much greater than the average, can be offset by losses and charitable donations. Many donate tens of millions if not hundreds of millions to charities. ( Full Answer )
Average of four hours and 39 minutes on the site a month. Surveyed June 2009 May be more by now.
it depends who they are where their from and how much they like chicken. say you eat a whole chicken once a week there are 4 weeks in a month 12 months a year that's 51 weeks a year or 51 chickens. then it all depends on how long you live, the average life expectancy in the UK is 79.9. now lets sa…y you spend the last year of your life in cooped up eating mushy peas and you don't eat chicken when your a baby that means you eat chicken for 76 years of your life. so in theory you eat 3876 chickens. (PS most of this is ball's it all depends on how often you eat chicken)+who care's just enjoy your roast while you can ( Full Answer )
a heavy smoker on adverage spends $35,000 a year. $208 a month $49 a week $5 a day.
Well it all depends on the state. In New York in 2010 the average smoker spends about $3832.5 in cirrerates. Due to the face most smokers have some kind of health problem about $350 in health problems. $50 in insurance because they smoke. If they get a ticket for smoking in publicy banned smoking pl…aces $200. So about $4432.5. ( Full Answer )
If a person smokes one pack per day, they would spend around $2,000.00 a year.
The average smoker would most likely smoke close to a pack a day which would result in 365 packs per year X20 cigarettes per pack = 7,300 cigarettes per year.
if the average smoker smokes one pack a day it is about $8 to $10 depends on the tax
The average time a person waits at a printer in their life time is 10 minutes.
182 days and 12 hours.... at 10 Minuets a day /3650 minuets a year. Average lifespan is 72.
Approximately four years. Do the math: Average 10 minutes a day x 7 days in a week x 365 days in a year x 80 years / 60 (convert to hours) / 24 (days) Above math is false: Cameron calculated the average time in a weekbeing 70 minutes and multiplied it by the number of days there arein a year, thusl…y creating a timeframe 7 times too big. Cba tocorrect. ( Full Answer )
100.000 Its alot, but weddings are a very big thing so you want things to be perfect Somewhere in the neighborhood of $10,000 - $20,000
The time on a telephone varies drastically according to technological status and from culture to culture.. From 0 (those without phones - and there still are billions of people who do not have a phone) to probably one tenth of a lifetime (there could be some hundred thousand who attain that level).…. So an "average" is not very meaningful. ( Full Answer )
Answer Well. It depends if your sexually active. If you don't have a partner, then there's a possibility that you don't make out much. If you DO have a partner, then there's the possibility that you spend some of your time kissing. Answer I don't know if any statistics have ever been compiled o…n this exact thing. If there has been, I do believe that the percent of a person's lifetime spent kissing would actually be quite low. With only a few exceptions, most people don't have an available partner for a great many years of their life. Even those that do have a long term partner, the majority of their time is usually spent sleeping, working or going to school, tending to their hygiene, tending to their household chores, tending to their personal business (shopping, paying bills, doctor appointments, etc.), with only a few minutes to an hour or so spent actually kissing. The general population, taken on an overall basis, including those who have had not partner(s), those that have had a few partners, those that have had short term partners, and those who have had long term partners, the percentage of time spent kissing would likely be less than 1% of the time. ( Full Answer )
if your talking about every day then probably about $150-$200 total on shoppig days anyway.
It is estimated that the average American will spend six months of their lives waiting at red lights.
I depends on where you live. How to find out: 1.Find out how much a pack of cigarettes cost in your state 2.find out how many packs a person smokes a day 3.Multiply how many packs a month by price=answer My guess:60-120$ a month
that kinda depends on how much money they've made throughout their live, or if they robbed a bank
The average person will spend over 2 weeks in their lifetime waiting for traffic lights to change.
the average person spend a year on the toilet but my mum spends 5 hahaha!
Thank you for giving such an interesting question I'm going to be pretty quick about answering...humans go through about 3-4 sleep cycles each night but we will assume four...we get dreams in REM sleep which last 20 minutes per sleep cycle...2o minutes of REM per cycle for 4 cycles gives 80 minutes …of poetential dreaming in one day...80 minutes mulitplied by 365 days in a year give you a potential to dream 29,200 minutes in a year...If the average person lives until they are 80 years old, then we can muliply 29,200 minutes by 80 years to give a potential of 2,336,000 minutes dreamed in a lifetime...divide 2,336,000 minutes by 60 minutes in an hour to give 38,933.3 hours and divide again by 24 hours in a day to give you 1,622.22 days and divide by 365 to give you years which would be 4.44 years...IF A PERSON LIVES 80 YEARS THEN THEY CAN DREAM FOR A SOLID 4.44 YEARS IN THEIR LIFETIME... ( Full Answer )
You figure that people fart anywhere between 10 and 20 times a day. That's about a 30 seconds per day. That's over 182 minutes (about 3 hours) per year. So on average... A 70-year-old will have spent about 9 days farting. An 80-year-old will have spent about 10 days farting. A 90-year-o…ld will have spent about 11.5 days farting. A 100-year-old will have spent about 12.5 days farting ( Full Answer )
it depends on whats average for you, i would say maybe for an average smoker maybe 2 grams a day but for a real pothead theres no number. 2 grams bull i would say at least 7 grams and true pot heads can go through ounces a day Many people use less than a gram a day, and these aren't occasional …users. To some this may seem like a sign of inexperience or weakness, yet it is a healthier and more frugal approach to cannabis use. Tolerance is a large factor in how much a recreational user consumes. ( Full Answer )
69.1666667 minutes. 415,000,000 (average blinks in a life time) x .00001 (seconds taken to blink)
Varies but I would say anywhere from 3grams to 7grams a week which is .... 60-140$ for dank 30-70$ for mersh/mids
That's a hard number to come up with exactly for many reasons. Of all the different degrees of smoking weed. from once a year to month to weekly to daily..... to the once before bed smoker, the smoke all day smoker, to the heavy heavy smoker (smokin upwards of 20 joints a day) Where does the average… smoker fall into. Id say an everday smoker, probably if high grade weed 1-2 grams a day with varing increases on the weekend ( Full Answer )
I'm not sure about everyone else but me and my husband spent around 4550 a year buying two packs a day
No one wants peeping toms, when you cannot use laptops you are forced to go and sit at cyber cafes.
Less than those of a healthy non-smoker (but then many smokers live to a ripe old age!). The major burden on health services is the treatment of 'age-related' conditions. Statistically, smokers die earlier than non-smokers. Several studies have clearly demonstrated that the 'savings' on them dying y…ounger and the resulting decreased costs of treating their 'age-related' conditions outweigh the costs of treating their 'smoking-related' conditions, by over $100, 000. ( Full Answer )
The average cost of a pack of cigarettes is $4.50 to $5.00, plus taxes. A smoker who smokes a pack a day will, on average, spend about spends $49 dollars a week, $208 dollars a month, and $2,548 a year. This is based on a $5 pack price with $2 for taxes. Prices and taxes vary by state and country…. $36,500 a year, on average. ( Full Answer )
Working on UK system... Assuming you're just talking about mainstream education starting at age 5 and leaving at age 16... 11 years = 4018 days. Subtract weekends (4018 - 1144 days), leaving 2874 days. Subtract main holidays... (2874-77 days) equals 2797 days - which is a little over 7.5 years.
This is a personal opinion and many may not agree or have a different situation regarding taxation in their won country Smokers spend a lot less over a lifetime than non-smokers, as they don't live as long. They also - in my country (NZ) - contribute significantly to the government's income by tax…es which help support the health system. Here smoking is a win/win situation, much less drain on the economy than non-smokers. Note again: This is a personal opinion and many may not agree or have a different situation regarding taxation in their own country. ( Full Answer )
1/2 years or more. If you have bladder issues could be up to 4 years.
This would greatly vary for each individual. If someone went for anhour every Sunday and lived 80 years they would have spent around4160 hours (about 173 days), of their life in church--that is,assuming they attended (were taken to church) every Sundaybeginning right after they were born and continu…ing every weekthroughout childhood and adulthood. Biblically speaking, no onespends enough quality time worshiping God because of ourimperfections. ( Full Answer )