Let’s face it, it’s hard to become a millionaire. Everyone around you is spending tomorrow’s money like there is no tomorrow. It is a lot easier to put that new TV on the credit card, go get that new car with the new car payments, or get that fancy new smart phone with all the great apps on a payment plan than it is to save up and buy things, let alone actually put money away. That is why millionaires aren’t normal people. They are strange by all norms of our credit-loving society.
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