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SHOW NOTES: This episode is part of our FINANCIAL FIERCENESS!™ series! This episode is,”Why ultra-wealthy (beyond “rich”) people love bargains (and why you should too)!”
Have you ever heard the stereotype that rich people are cheap?
- "the biggest barrier to becoming rich is living like you're rich before you are."
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“Being cheap helps you to become rich. It doesn’t happen by accident. And, as many wealthy, un-flashy people know personally, being cheap helps you to remain comfortably well-off. […] it’s the wannabes—the “aspirationals”—who are always drive new cars, wearing designer labels, dropping big bucks on swanky dinners. Often, these folks aren’t rich, though they try so desperately to appear so. They don’t have nearly as much money in the bank compared to the prudent, ascetic Warren Buffett types who have money to a large extent because they don’t spend it.”
Let's see why bargains are so popular amongst people who can afford to purchase the most expansive products!
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President Barack Obama called for sweeping tax increases Monday in a budget proposal that dropped any quest for fiscal grand bargains with Congress, but also laid out narrower domestic priorities that may appeal to Republicans.His proposal for more than $1 trillion in new tax measures over the coming decade was immediately declared a nonstarter by Republicans, who also criticized the plan’s lack of new measures to curtail entitlement spending, the biggest contributor to federal deficits, his request for a 4.5% increase in military spending.WSJ
The Treasury Department estimates that the proposals would raise $210 billion over ten
years by increasing the top tax rate on longterm capital gains from 24.2 percent to 28 percent and taxing unrealized capital gains at death. A new financial fee would raise another $110 billion.Part of that revenue would finance a package of middleclass tax cuts ($175 billion) and retargeted education tax benefits would cost about $50 billion.In addition, some of the revenue would finance new spending initiatives for early childhood education and community college,
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Ian Aronovich, Co-Founder and CEO of GovernmentAuctions.org, reveals government auction strategies with Heather Wagenhals, host and executive producer, of Unlock Your Wealth Radio. Tune in as the auction expert shares bidding tips and the advantages of government auctions.
Ian began shopping government auctions for the bargains they yielded on the artifacts of the good life -- electronics, cars and jewelry. But instead of leaving with great deals, he came away with a business idea -- a website that lists auctions of government-seized and surplus items and foreclosures.
Take notes during this educational conversation between Ian and Heather as Ian reveals what to avoid at auctions and how to stay away from items that are too high for a great deal.
Join the Joy Doctor tonight at 8pm (CST) as he expounds on this heartfelt episode - Clearance Aisle!" The “Joy Doctor” asks this resounding question - Why do we shop on the Clearance aisle? What can I do with a discounted product - when I already have that item on the shelf in a different color? What am I really shopping? Could it be that I am shopping for relationship bargains, discounted dreams, half price hopes or just plain convenient markdowns? Why is it so complicated? These are heart to heart talks that concern health, life, family, and friends. These statements echo across boundaries in regards to race, creed and religion throughout America. Tune in and share by dialing 347-843-4945, where you can Listen, Laugh, and Learn!
From Favorite Cities, US Cities with the Lowest Sales Tax, Forbes List of Top US Cities, Top Travel Gadgets, Christmas Markets, And...The Do's and Don'ts of Traveling With Gifts in Tow. Bonnie & Ja'Vonne look at where you can get the most and do the most for your Holiday Shopping. Tune in to learn all you need for your best shopping trip EVER.