Posts Tagged ‘spend’

“The eagerness to spend more casually and live a noticeably rich lifestyle gets more intense with each generation. Put simply, earning a dollar yourself tends to make a person a little more cognizant about how that dollar is spent.” -Natalie Schmook

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“‘If I were given $1 million’
According to the respondents, here are some of the things people would do if they suddenly received an influx of cash…

  • 54% of respondents would spend it

According to Charles Schwab, Americans are paying attention to their friends’ personal-finance choices. Sixty percent of people said they’ve wondered how others on social media were able to afford things like expensive trips… And out of a variety of factors (including family, friends, and co-workers), social media was reported to have the worst influence on money management…

A whopping 59% said they live paycheck to paycheck, and 44% carry a credit-card balance or struggle to keep up with payments, according to Charles Schwab.” -The Crux

“People spend on big items…. And then they try to save by not going to Starbucks.  Don’t let the myths of society rule your spending.” -James Altucher

“Tom and Kate know they have a serious debt problem…

They spend their lives in a constant state of stress – trying to figure out ways to juggle their debt. They consistently live beyond their means. The only thing that limits their spending is the limit on their credit cards.

Tom and Kate are in the top 15% of U.S. households, bringing home a combined $160,000 per year. Yet like many people, they’re deeply in debt… spending everything they make and borrowing even more.”

-Bill McGilton

“Money is more than ‘just money’. It’s a way of keeping score and staying honest. When we spend money, we make choices. We accept trade-offs, taking real time and resources that could have been used elsewhere. And we have to ask – is it worth it?” -Bill Bonner

“Opportunity cost is the one biggest cost in all of our lives. We spend it like there’s no tomorrow.
And guess what? Eventually there’s no tomorrow.” -James Altucher

“So many people spend so much time worrying about elections and the economy. They miss so much of what is really going on around them in their own families, the things that really matter. We miss a lot… simply because we are not here.” -Unknown