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Old 25.04.2015, 19:14
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What lifestyle will we have

My husband is doing interviews for a job with a Swiss based US multinational.
The salary will be approx 150k Swiss Franc ( not confirmed yet). I am pregnant on our second child- have a two year old and hoping to move when baby is 6 weeks old!! ( if all goes well).
I will be a stay at home mam- we hope to rent out our house here before we go.
Looking at moving to Zug and staying either there or nearby town. We are hoping to rent a 3 bed apartment walking distance from amenities!! Ie shops cafes and supermarket etc.
What kind of lifestyle can we be afforded on this salary in Zug or surrounding areas.
We are not big spenders but at the weekends like to go for coffee and cake etc and bring the kids to activities.
We are hoping to try and save some cash also- we worked our take home pay to be approx 10 k per month but realise that Switzerland is an expensive country to live? Anyone offer suggestions to what kind of lifestyle we could potentially have there?
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