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A woman who studied 600 millionaires discovered that most of the superrich have surprisingly affordable homes. Here’s what some of those look li...
Several well-known millionaires and billionaires, like Warren Buffett, live in affordable homes compared with their net worth. Take a look inside.
A startup founder who spent 100 hours interviewing millennials found 3 hangups usually keep them from being good with money
Clasp founder Sunny Israni found that millennials' mindset had the biggest impact on whether or not they were good with money.
Britney Spears shopped at Target 80 times in 2018, and Mark Zuckerberg was spotted browsing the TV aisles in Costco last year.
A woman who studied 600 millionaires discovered where you choose to live has 2 effects on your ability to build wealth
Your neighborhood affects your savings — if you live in an affluent neighborhood, you're more likely to mirror your neighbor's consumption habits.
Millionaires allocate their time and energy differently from others and exhibit certain traits, like frugality and resiliency, to build wealth.
A 36-year-old New York lawyer who makes $270,000 says he lives off rice and beans so he can save 70% of his salary. He’s part of a growing movem...
An increasing number of millennials are trying to retire early. To stay on track for financial independence, many commit to a frugal lifestyle.
My dad taught me debt was the enemy, but he was wrong. I wish he’d taught me 3 different lessons instead.
Her father refused to go into debt for anything, even a car loan, an attitude she internalized to her own detriment. Until her mind changed.
A man who interviewed over 150 millionaires says getting rich boils down to perfecting a 3-step formula
John from ESI Money says the formula for becoming a millionaire is clear: Increase your income, control your spending, and invest early and often.
Brent Sutherland, CFP, says real estate can diversify your income, produce near-immediate results, and help you become financially independent sooner.
I'm moving my money to high-yield savings, a Roth IRA, and more places where it will grow and be too annoying to tap into just for a passing desire.