12 realistic ways to make your first $1 million

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12 Realistic Ways to Make Your First $1 Million

At first glance, building a net worth of $1 million might seem unattainable, but it’s more realistic than you think. In fact, you don’t even need a winning lottery ticket or a trust fund to join this exclusive club.

Your annual income certainly plays a role, but the way you allocate your funds actually matters more than your salary. When properly planned, a solid work ethic, responsible spending habits and savvy investing can grow your fortune to $1 million — and far beyond.

 

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At first glance, building a net worth of $1 million might seem unattainable, but it’s more realistic than you think. In fact, you don’t even need a winning lottery ticket or a trust fund to join this exclusive club.

Your annual income certainly plays a role, but the way you allocate your funds actually matters more than your salary. When properly planned, a solid work ethic, responsible spending habits and savvy investing can grow your fortune to $1 million — and far beyond…

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One thought on “12 realistic ways to make your first $1 million

  1. Thank you for sharing! Definitely agree. There’s a synergistic component too, when you start combining saving, work ethic, etc. They’re stronger if you can harness all of it to torpedo you to success. I don’t want to come off as bragging, but it’s how I became a millionaire at age 31, as an immigrant who came here to the states with nothing! I would say, America offers tremendous opportunity relative to other places in the world. Unparalleled opportunity.

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