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Financial advisors generally figure that one's disposable income will be _____ percent (%) less than the gross income.

A. 5 - 10

B. 10 - 20

C. 20 - 30

D. 40 – 50
I think its A or B because usually its 10%....

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    I think its A because in my reading it only says 10% of the advisors help out

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    its not A, i do belive it's B

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    its not b

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