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  • 12 habits of the most successful Americans

Dear Investor:

Even in the midst of a recession, the paychecks of most Americans rank us among the wealthiest people on earth.

Yet most of us never accumulate any substantial wealth, and even worse, are just one or two paychecks away from financial disaster.

Shockingly, even the vast majority of households with incomes of more than $100,000 a year have little accumulated wealth!

The explanation for this apparent paradox is simple: Most of us have forgotten the virtues of savings and frugality that have made the United States the envy of the world.

To become wealthy and secure, most of us don't need to increase our income; instead, we need to learn how to manage the money we have better.

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The first step in becoming wealthy and financially secure is to realize that most of what everyone "knows" about the rich is dead wrong. As you'll learn in The Millionaire Next Door:

  • Most of the wealthy don't drive expensive cars, wear expensive clothes, or spend lots of money on expensive meals or vacations.
  • Most of the wealthy did not inherit their money.
  • Most of the wealthy work very hard.
  • Most wealthy people are not unusually talented, brilliant, or beautiful.
  • Most of the wealthy live in middle-class neighborhoods but have at least six times the accumulated wealth of their neighbors.

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So how did the wealthy accumulate their fortunes? The Millionaire Next Door explains step-by-step, in clear language that anyone can follow. As the authors explain:

"Affluent people typically follow a lifestyle conducive to accumulating money," including . . .

  1. They live well below their means.
  2. They allocate their time, energy, and money efficiently, in ways conducive to building wealth.
  3. They believe that financial independence is more important than displaying high social status.
  4. Their parents did not provide economic outpatient care.
  5. Their adult children are economically self-sufficient.
  6. They are proficient in targeting market opportunities.
  7. They choose the right occupation.

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As the recession forces millions of Americans to reevaluate their spending and priorities, there is no better guide to frugality, prudence, and intelligent living than The Millionaire Next Door.

Here is just some of what you will learn in this wonderful book:

  • The crucial difference between looking wealthy and actually being wealthy.
  • UAWs vs. PAWs: Under-Accumulators of Wealth vs. Prodigious Accumulators of Wealth.
  • How much you should have in savings at different stages of your life.
  • Why a high-maintenance spouse could be your worst financial enemy — and how to graciously get them to change their ways.
  • How millionaires with mundane businesses accumulate their wealth.
  • Why you must keep track of your spending if you hope to become wealthy.
  • How to set daily, weekly, monthly, annual, and lifetime financial goals.
  • Learning to delay gratification.
  • The crucial importance of buying goods that keep their value year after year, such as reasonably priced homes.
  • Ordinary cars; extraordinary wealth. The surprising cars most of the wealthy own.
  • Why showering your children with riches could condemn them to poverty.
  • Using credit wisely: Why you should just pay cash or do without nine out of 10 times.

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The Millionaire Next Door is a great way to get on the path to true wealth, but it just scratches the surface of the hundreds of ways to cut your expenses, pinch pennies, and in general follow in the footsteps of America's most frugal founding father, Benjamin Franklin.

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