He was slammed this week because during his new financial show he said ordinary Australians could save a cool $ 10,000 in just 20 days.
And now the dazzling salary of David & # 39; Kochie & # 39; Koch revealed.
Sunrise's 63-year-old co-host is supposed to earn a whopping $ 1 million a year from Channel Seven – and doesn't even work on Friday.
How much? Sunrise & # 39; s David & # 39; Kochie & # 39; Koch & # 39; s dazzling salary was revealed … after he was SLAMMED because he said ordinary Australians can save $ 10,000 in just 20 days
The financial journalist and TV star organize the morning breakfast program with co-star Samantha Armytage, 42.
It is said that he earns twice as much as the blonde for the same job.
In March, however, Samantha focused on speculation about her Sunrise salary and hinted that she deserves the same as Kochie.
What a salary package! Sunrise's 63-year-old co-host is supposed to earn a whopping $ 1 million a year from Channel Seven – and doesn't even work on Friday. He would earn twice as much as co-host Samantha Armytage (L) for the same job
Appears on The Kyle and Jackie O Show, she said: & # 39; I just know that everything is the same at Channel Seven. & # 39;
Samantha remained silent when questioning her exact income, but she said the media & # 39; never got it & & # 39; when reporting on her salary.
The comments from the Sunrise star are quite different from the comments she made in 2017.
Sam then spoke to The Daily Telegraph and said she didn't know how much money Kochie had and that if he earned more than she, it & # 39; probably earned & # 39; used to be.
& # 39; Everything is the same at Seven & # 39 ;: However, Samantha commented on her Sunrise salary in March and hinted that she deserves the same as Kochie
Backlash: There was no shortage of critics when the new program from the Sydney Finance expert & # 39; How To Make $ 10k In 20 Days & # 39; premiered on Channel Seven on Wednesday evening
Kochie has faced scheduling viewers this week because any ordinary Australian can earn an extra $ 10,000 in just 20 days.
There was no shortage of critics when the new program from the Sydney Finance expert & # 39; How To Make $ 10k in 20 Days & # 39; premiered on Channel Seven on Wednesday evening.
He insisted that everyone could earn as much as $ 500 a day through a & # 39; side-hustle & # 39; to pick up or sell things around the house.
The challenge & # 39; sprint saving & # 39; was contracted by the Gold Coast fiancé couple Tim and Jana who together earned $ 150.00 a year – and Sydney parents Mick and Rebecca Adamson who rely on an income of $ 83,000.
The three-week challenge took its toll from the couples as they cut their groceries in half, took extra jobs on the side such as cleaning toilets and gardening, tidying up their homes with unwanted items and putting their properties on Airbnb.
Meeting the Savings Challenge: Sydney Parents Mick and Rebecca Adamson (photo) rely on an income of $ 83,000
Give it a try: Gold Coast couple Tim and Jana (photo) – earning a total income of $ 150,000 – had to make sacrifices to save for their dream wedding
I do not have it! Many viewers said that the idea of earning $ 10,000 in just 20 days seemed too good to be true
But angry viewers were not convinced by the money-saving tricks, with many saying that the couples in the show are not like the & # 39; average Australian & # 39; were considered.
Many beat the young couple – who lived with a total income of $ 150,000 – for the life of the & # 39; high life & # 39; while they tried to save money for their wedding reception.
& # 39; Really a couple who together earn more than $ 150,000 … why do they have to play on such a & # 39; n show? & # 39; said one.
One said, "Yes, of course, the young couple earning $ 150,000 a year sounds like they really need the help … What about helping families who are really struggling, not those who have $ 3,500 earn per week. & # 39;
& # 39; Nonsense, how can you save with bill prices, rent and gasoline, these topics are just far from reality, & # 39; another woman said.
One said: & # 39; People must live and to do that, more is spent than saved. Big words from a man who earns six digits. & # 39;
And one said: & # 39; Don't pay your rent / mortgage, pay your internet, phone, water, electricity, rates, rego, fines, fuel, tolls, school fees, food, tires, car service don't shop at Kmart … yes , remember that it is possible. & # 39;
Furious: Angry viewers were not convinced by the money-saving tricks, with many saying that the couples in the show were not considered the & # 39; average Australian & # 39;
Kochie's three simple things to do to save $ 10,000 in 20 days
- Set a specific goal for yourself
- Know what you save $ 10k for
- Sell your things to earn extra money
Online roasting continued throughout the program, with many viewers wondering how the tips applied to average Australians.
& # 39; The couples chosen for this show are very selected, such as the family with $$$ value of baby products and a couple with high-quality clothing and expensive surfboards. Not useful for the average Australian, & tweeted a viewer.
One said: & # 39; The idea of halving your shopping bill is that you are still eating nutritious while not starving yourself? & # 39;
& # 39; This show has so many & # 39; black holes & # 39 ;, it's almost laughable, & # 39; another said.
Others did not find the program useful in their efforts to save.
& # 39; So we have no mess, don't go out to dinner, so please tell me how to do this. Oh and we shop at Aldi once every two weeks, & a woman tweeted.
Another said: & # 39; Easy to make money if you already have it. & # 39;
Speaking! Mothers in parenting groups on Facebook closed the program because they didn't have a & # 39; average & # 39; Australian families showed because they could not relate to their & # 39; high life & # 39; lifestyle
How much did they save?
Tim and Jana from the Gold Coast
$ 2341 saved by cutting back
$ 2560 saved on extra jobs
$ 5216 on the sale of Tim & # 39; s boat
TOTAL: $ 10,117 saved
The Adamsons from Sydney
$ 1736 saved on cuts
$ 2035 saved on extra jobs
$ 3482 for selling unwanted items
TOTAL: $ 7,253
Some viewers with eagle eyes wondered why the important details were omitted.
& # 39; You promote Airtasker as a quick solution for money by doing small jobs. You do not state that you have to make a bid and the person placing the work must accept your bid from hundreds of others … and that is if they don't just drop the advertisement! Plus the Airtasker costs. And you give false hope by showing that they are paid in cash, which doesn't happen, & tweeted a viewer.
Another viewer asked if the $ 250 that the Adamsons were on a & # 39; rainy day & # 39; at Blacktown Markets, the $ 40 it took to rent a stall.
But some viewers defended the show and said they found the money-saving tricks handy.
& # 39; Watch your program on budgeting and saving, so I need this help financially & # 39 ;, tweeted a woman.
Another said: & # 39; Wow, look at the comment section full of excuses about why you can't accept the principles and ideas to make them work for you. You miss the point. You have to put some effort into making money and saving and these people have done it. & # 39;
Although the Adamsons fell short by earning $ 7253, they hope to add to the kitten in the coming weeks with a garage sale to sell the rest of their unwanted items.
They will use the saved money to pay their credit card bills and on a & # 39; date night & # 39; to go.
Not interested: many viewers were not happy with the financial advice that the program offered
Tim and Jana managed to reach the $ 10,000 goal for their dream wedding after Tim was reluctantly halfway through his beloved boat that was sold for more than half the amount.
Koch said the key to making money quickly comes down to three simple steps: sell, earn, and save.
& # 39; Most think it's impossible, but there is a way to get ahead and I'm looking forward to showing Australia how to do it & he said.
He also said families can save $ 20,000 in & # 39; less than an hour & # 39 ;.
& # 39; If you have a home loan, call your bank or lender and ask for a discount on the interest rate & he said.
& # 39; The average Australian mortgage is $ 385,000, so a reduction of just a quarter percent saves $ 30,000 over 30 years. & # 39;
For his part: some viewers defended the show and said they found the money-saving tricks handy
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