$1 Million Isn’t Worth What It Used To Be
Jeff Desjardins November 22, 2016
Being a millionaire is overrated.
The term itself has quite a few connotations, including many that have been ingrained in us since we were children. Becoming a “millionaire” meant being set for life, and not having to worry about things like personal finances again. After all, millionaires are supposed to be destined for early retirement, right?
That was then, and this is now.
Time magazine recently estimated that for a millennial with 40 years until retirement, $1 million in savings is not likely sufficient. Taking into account 3% inflation over that time period, it would be worth just $306,000 in today’s dollars. That’s a pretty questionable nest egg for a “millionaire”.
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CONCERN ABOUT THE COLLAPSE OF IRAQI DINAR BECAUSE OF THE COLLECTION OF IRANIANS TO THE DOLLAR
Import, export and construction companies continue to purchase large amounts of dollars from Baghdad's money exchangers. Iraqi officials said the dollar-linked companies were linked to Iran and backed by parties and armed factions within the popular crowd.
7 Ways Smart People Deal With People They Don’t Like
By Linda Binns
Wouldn’t it be great to interact exclusively with people you like?
It would, but the truth is, you will often encounter people who rub you the wrong way, who say or do things that irritate you.
It could be that someone is habitually late or doesn’t do what they say they’re going to do.
Perhaps it’s someone who is rude and disrespectful. It could be someone who doesn’t listen or who is very arrogant and full of themselves.