How to handle one million dollars?

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Answered: Buying dollar bills

Yes, buy Dollar Bills. I sell them for a Dollar each. Everyone loves American DOLLAR BILLS! I am a collector.

Answered: What is the easiest way to earn a million dollars?

The easiest way to earn a million dollars is to get a college degree in something like engineering or biotech, join a startup (like Facebook) with stock options, work very hard for a few years, and have your company make a profit and go public. Of course you have to pick a company that has a market ...

Answered: Where can I buy one dollar life insurance policy online?

Life insurance in the amount of $2500 should cost $1 per month, if you are a woman under age 20. There are a lot of $1 offers that may only apply if you are under 25. Then there are accidental death policies, which don't cover illness. Met Life offers your first month of life insurance for $1 ...

Answered: Dave Undis. Hello. I was wondering if you still by dollar bills that have

I think Dave went to live in the "Funny Farm" after he started with the radar dollar bills.

Answered: Is Ellen the Right Choice for JC Penny?

A year later, JC Penney sales are down. 2012 sales were down 25% from the previous year. So maybe these are not people that Penney can do without.
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What would you do if you had a million dollars ...

i would sell my family if they dont sell ill given them free and my own life who gives a fuck what they say

What is 30% of two million dollars?

$ 2,000,000.00 * 30/100 =$ 600,00.00 or (as 30% = 0.3) $ 2,000,000.00 * 0.3 = $ 600,00.00

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I would definitely invest my one million buck to make it hundred million bucks. And I'm going to invest all of it in Forex, as forex is the biggest financial market in the world and a very lucrative way to make money with good returns.

Why is one thousand dollars referred to as a " grand "

Yes, the etymology of this colloquialism dates back to the early 1900's from a grand sum of money. I believe the first recorded slang version is Amer, not British but I could be wrong.