I read a great article from Free Money Finance on the things he learned about how rich people handle money while working as a financial adviser to ultra-wealthy clients. Basically the things you learn from The Millionaire Next Door hold true. The wealthy people he met didn’t tend to drive fancy cars or wear expensive clothes. He also found that they were very nice people who were involved in their churches and their communities, not the evil, arrogant, elitist folks the stereotypes would have you believe. Check out the full article here.
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