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For A Better Life, Be The One Percent In Something

Most of us like money because it’s an easy way to keep score. If we make over $400,000 a year and have a net worth of over $8,000,000 by age 60, we’re in the top one percent for income and net worth. Hooray! But money is a pretty meaningless measure after you’ve got all your Read More... The post For A Better Life, Be The One Percent In Something appeared first on Financial Samurai.
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