Living a Six-Figure Lifestyle on a $30,000 Salary

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Living a Six-Figure Lifestyle on a $30,000 Salary

Like millions of Americans out there, I like the nicer things in life. I have an affinity for high-end cars, designer clothing, and name-brand home furnishings.

There was a time when I had the six-figure income to afford these things. That was before the crash of what has now become known as the dot-com era. After losing many nice things, I learned that even living at one's means can be a risky proposition. So the challenge became how to continue to live that lifestyle while spending drastically less than I did before.

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Comment by Vivian Greene on May 11, 2011 at 3:33pm

 being rich you still be careful. All the people you met down the road, They are not friend or family members They are only there to gained what you have and try to get ahead with your rishes. Learn to stay humble. Watch how you spend your money.

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