Millionaire Strategies

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There are a limited number of things you can do with money, assuming you are not the village idot and have a desire to burn it. Basically you are either going to spend it or save it. By learning key strategies that millionaires use in managing their money, you can take your first steps towards becoming a millionaire.

Many years ago, people would have considered that being a millionaire would be the ultimate in luxury and wealth. Now, for some people, being a millionaire is not even considered enough to do much. Warren Buffet made his first million dollars when he was just 31 years-old. That amount of money is .002% of his current wealth. With rising billionaires like 26 year-old Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, there seems to be more money to be made than at any other time in recent history.

When you study what unique strategies millionaires use, you may get some ideas to improve your own circumstances. Whether you make $30,000 a year or $1,000,000 a year, improving your skills can help you on the road to becoming more financially secure. Maybe you'll never be a millionaire or don't even want to be. Making strategic financial decisions now will help you enjoy your future life. If you could see your distant future life as well as you can see your life next week, you may decide to live life differently.

There are three things that millionaires say they did to achieve a millionaire dollar status and they are hard work, saving money and investing wisely. All of us are capable of doing these things. We can all become more frugal about what we spend our money on and although we are not all lucky, we can learn to invest wisely.

Millionaires habitually save money to invest. Acdording to Money magazine, the average amount per year that they invest is $39K. If your income level is not even that high, you can work on saving in percentages. Make it a goal to save a certain percentage of money every month. Financial experts advise you to have enough cash to pay your bills for at least six months. Whatever percentage you decide on the important thing is to follow through with your plan each month. Automate that savings if possible.

Some millionaires have also made a practice of living below their means. This falls into the category of budgeting and anyone can follow a budget. You just need to include your savings plan in your budget. It is one thing to have a million dollars sitting in your bank account, but it's another thing to learn how to best use it.

Millionaires did not become millionaires by working for someone else. Many have started their own businesses. Anyone can start their own business for very little money and if you have a low overhead in your business plan, you can actually accomplish this while working for someone else. Did you know that only 12% of American households own their own business? Paul Lim, reported that the median income for business owners was $497,000 compared to $42,000 for non business owners. Would it be worth your time and effort to start your own business? When you can harness the power of entrepreneurial thoughts and put into action a good business plan, you are on your way to a brighter future.

Realistically speaking there are few people that reach the status of being a millionaire. Learning key money management skills and business building skills can only help you increase your productivity and increase your income. Start today to create a better outlook on life. Do what you can to take your first steps to a new life.

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This article was published on 2011/04/08