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Old 02-11-2017, 03:28 PM   #1
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Default If you Had A $1000.000, How Would you Spend It?

---Would you try to live off of it for the rest of your life? Assuming you could?
---Or would you start a business that might generate more income?
---Maybe give some away to charity, or family?
---Take vacations that you never had the money to take before?
---Perhaps buy your annoying neighbors house and kick em out? Or better yet, buy a new house and move away from annoying neighbor?
---Or maybe do all of those things.

My aunt just passed away and left my cousin A Million and he can't decide how to use it. Poor guy. If only I had that same decision to make.

Granted, a Million is not what it used to be, but it's still allot. It would be tough for me to decide what to do with it. But, I know I would start a business. If not for big profits, then for something to do.
But what would you do?
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Old 02-12-2017, 03:18 PM   #2
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Old 02-13-2017, 05:01 AM   #3
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I would get help from a financial person. I would try to invest and give to charity and help some of my relatives. I wouldn't go crazy with it.
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Old 02-13-2017, 07:05 AM   #4
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I would try to find a way to invest it safely and use most of the interest to supplement my income, and/or maybe buy a tiny apartment. I would probably set aside some for charities as well.
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Give to charities. Give to friends and family. Pay bills.

Also massive amounts of hookers and cocaine.
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I was just kidding up there. I wouldn't give to charities
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I was just kidding up there. I wouldn't give to charities

I thought you'd say get rid of Valerie's husband.
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Wisely.
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Give some to Friends and Family, and donate to charities !

Live off of it modestly, so it would last me and I wouldn't have to work anymore!! that would REALLY be a dream!! Not to sound lazy or anything , but I'm not a person who really enjoys working very much!
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I'd have to move into a secret bunker and go off the grid if my family knew I had that kind of money.
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I'd have to move into a secret bunker and go off the grid if my family knew I had that kind of money. :lol :

Yeah really ! I thought about that before. If I were to get a massive inheritance or win a huge lottery, I'd sure like to give some to Family and Friends, but I think I wouldn't let on to them just HOW much I had!!!
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not sound lazy or anything , but I'm not a person who really enjoys working very much!


That is sooo me!
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A million is just enough to live comfortably but not quit your job. This is my pipe dream :

1. Go to Vegas for a week living large ($5,000 total)
2. Pay off bills for me, mother and brother.
3. Buy a new Ford Focus
4. Invest in municipal bonds and mutual funds live off the interest and my salary
5. Give monthly to local food banks and advocate charities for children/women/elderly
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