“I’ve seen a few studies lately about your “chances” of becoming a millionaire. In reality, those studies are really just descriptions of who millionaires are, and have little to do with your personal likelihood of becoming a millionaire. Few were surprised to see that the percentages were higher for the highly educated, elderly, and white and Asian Americans. Lots of bloggers picked up on that for various reasons.
But something entirely different stood out to me, and that is how pretty much any random millennial should become a millionaire at some time in their life. Now, of course, I’m barring those with physical or mental disabilities that prevent them from being able to contribute in a way that society values monetarily. But for everyone else that still has their career ahead of them? There’s really no excuse.” Continue reading … EVERYONE SHOULD BE A MILLIONAIRE
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