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7 simple steps to grow your fortune

7 simple steps to grow your fortune

Credit Review has a post which talks about steps to grow your fortune. The tips there is more into saving and avoid getting into debt so those tips are pretty safe and steady way to ‘grow' your money in your bank account. The steps are:

  1. Cut the Starbucks.
  2. Follow the 5% rule.
  3. Don't be fooled by “deals.”
  4. Use Credit Cards as a form of Payment, not Credit.
  5. Open a high yield online savings account.
  6. Save before you pay your bills.
  7. Choose a less consumer-centric lifestyle.

7 simple steps to grow your fortune – [Credit Review]

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Published on January 27, 2020

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