Sarah says she wants me to get a job, as she says we need the money. I said she has a great job that pays relly well. We can live comfortably without me getting a job.
Is there any problem in the article about Grammar? The main clause's tense of the second sentence is the past one "said" but the subordinate clause's one is the present one "has". I think they are not in the proper use. Is it right?