🌻This Study of 10,000 Millionaires Shows You The Truth About Building Wealth ( FOR THOSE WHO REALLY WANT TO BE RICH)

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Achieving millionaire status is much more within reach than most people believe.

Dave Ramsey, author of Total Money Makeover, and his team at Ramsey Solutions conducted the largest study of millionaires ever done.

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The goal of the study was to provide a better insight into the habits and behaviors of millionaires so that the average person can reach a million-dollar net worth too.

As Dave Ramsey said about the study:

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“People have fallen for the myth that in order to be a millionaire, they need a big income or a rich family. But The National Study of Millionaires (…) proves that these beliefs about how millionaires got their money are wrong. Flat wrong.”

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Most Millionaires Are Self-Made

Despite what most people believe, only a small number of wealthy people inherited their money. Most millionaires are self-made instead of being born into wealth.

79% of millionaires did not receive any inheritance at all from parents or other family members
Only 3% of millionaires received an inheritance of $1 million or more

80% of millionaires come from families at or below a middle-class income level

Key Lesson: Building wealth is within your control and doesn’t depend on being born into a rich family. Most millionaires are self-made.

The Income of Millionaires

Most people believe reaching millionaire status requires a big income. But as The National Study of Millionaires shows, the average millionaire makes less than you might expect:

33% of millionaires never made more than $100k/year at any point in their career

31% of millionaires made around $100k/year over the course of their career

Only 15% of millionaires were in senior leadership roles (CEO, CFO, etc.)

Key Lesson: Earning a huge income is less important than most people think. What matters more than your salary is how much you save and invest.

Millionaire Spending Habits

When you think of millionaires, you might think of luxury sports cars and designer clothes. But in reality, most millionaires are careful with their spending:

94% of millionaires said they live on less than they make

75% reported they have never in their lives carried a credit card balance

Key Lesson: By staying out of debt and watching expenses, the millionaires from the study were able to build their financial foundation.

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Millionaires Are Investors

The National Study of Millionaires shows that investing is a key factor in wealth-building for the majority of millionaires.

75% of millionaires said that consistent investing over a long period of time is the main reason for their financial success

80% of millionaires invested in their company’s 401(k) plan

Not a single millionaire in the study said one individual stock investment was a big factor in their financial success

Key Lesson: You don’t need to get lucky and find that one stock that will make you rich. Instead, aim to invest consistently in broad-market index funds over a long period of time.

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Perception vs. Reality

As Dave Ramsey said, “Overall, The National Study of Millionaires showed a dramatic difference between how Americans think wealthy people get their money and how they actually earn and spend their money.”

Most of the 10,000 millionaires studied achieved their wealth through consistent investing, avoiding credit card debt, and smart spending.

No lottery tickets.

No inheritances.

No six-figure incomes.

No lucky stock picks.

Achieving millionaire status is much more within reach than most people believe.

CONTRIBUTED BY Jari Roomer

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