I don’t know if I want to be a millionaire.
I’m a car guy, after all.
But my life is good, I’ve made it my mission to save money and to get as much of it back as possible.
I’ve done this by getting rid of things that are not worth saving.
So how can you save money, if you don’t want to give up anything?
I know what I’m talking about when I talk about saving money.
When I’m thinking about the biggest expense that will ultimately bankrupt me, I think of car insurance.
I know this is true.
The reason I love insurance so much is because it’s one of the best ways to save and to build wealth.
It will save me money if I’m lucky and the premiums aren’t too much.
In my case, I don: a) I pay a premium that’s higher than the average and b) I get paid back in full in a year or two.
For years, I have been paying premiums that are over $1,000 a year and I’ve had to pay them back every month.
If I could afford to get a new car every year, I wouldn’t have to worry about getting any money back.
I have done everything I can to get my life back on track.
What I have not done is given up anything.
That means I’m not going to drive a Ferrari or a Porsche or an Aston Martin, or spend more than $100,000 on a house.
Even if I do buy one of those cars, I’ll only be able to buy it when I’m 50.
And that’s not even considering what I’ve put into my 401(k) and IRA accounts.
All the money I’ve saved is sitting in a bank account that is worth nothing, so I have no hope of ever getting it back.
So how do I get that $30 million car back?
Here are five simple steps I’ll be taking in the next month or two:a) Stop buying insurance.
b) Get a new job that pays more.c) Get an agent to help you sell your home.d) Use my new car as a model for selling your car to a car dealership.e) Get the insurance agent to get me a new, better policy that will pay more.f) Take out a new mortgage and put it into a car loan that I can afford.g) Get rid of all of my cars.
This is a tough road.
I have to keep going, and I can’t do it without you.
There is no way I can do this without you, the readers.
I will not let you down.
You are the reason that I am doing this.
Thank you so much for joining me this week.
P.S. I would like to say thank you to all of you who took the time to sign up for my newsletter and for the love you have shown me over the years.
I couldn’t have done it without them.