You know, if you're in the spending mood.

How far will my tax return get me - you may have been wondering? Those were our thoughts too, and before we knew it we were browsing Liberty Jet's comprehensive running tally of private jets and how much it costs to put them in the air. Just another lazy Sunday, hey?

The website has compiled a constantly updating database on pretty much every private jet on the market today, the costs to run them, and of course the rough figure you'll be forking out to buy one in the first place.

We took one of the most commonly popular options that the average joe might be familiar with, the Gulfstream V, and collated that information for you here. All prices are in USD per year.

CostFlying 200hrsFlying 400hrs

Direct Operating Costs (DOC)

Fuel Cost @ $4.40/gal Updated to Nat'l Avg Each Week

$440,000 

$880,000

Maintenance

$146,002 

$292,004

Engine Overhaul 

$201,184 

$402,368

Misc Crew/Landing/Handling 

$80,000 

$160,000

Miscellaneous Variable 

$30,000 

$60,000

Total Direct Operating Costs (DOC) 

$897,186 

$1,794,372

Fixed Costs 

Crew

$343,667 

$343,667

Crew Training 

$73,866 

$73,866

Hangar

$102,217 

$102,217

Insurance 

$26,434 

$26,434

Jet Management 

$78,000 

$78,000

Miscellaneous Fixed 

$28,491 

$28,491

Total Fixed Costs 

$652,675 

$652,675

Total Annual Budget (USD)

$1,549,861 

$2,447,048

Oh, and if you want to actually purchase the jet, that'll set you back anywhere between $8-12 million USD. Give or take the odd million. Welcome to the good life.