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Answered: What % of retired people are worth over a million dollars?

I found a survey with 17% of retirees have savings and investments of $250,000 or more, not including the value of their primary residence, or value of pensions. 18% of retirees are very confident that they have enough savings to live comfortably in retirement. Those are probably the ones with a ...

Answered: Buying dollar bills

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

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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.
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What is 55% of 12 million dollars?

$12,000,000 * 55/100 = $ 6,600,000 or (as 55% = 0.55) $12,000,000 * 0.55 = $ 6,600,000

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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.

Is Peter Jones Foundation a scam? They said they are awarding me a

There is a Peter Jones Foundation in England, but what you received is probably a scam. Did you enter any contest with them? Probably not. Are they asking you to pay a "processing fee", "taxes", "import fee", etc.? If so, they are definitely a scam. Beware if they send you a check, ask you to ...

What would you do for a million dollars?

I would eat Gibson's Donuts a lot. With a mill, I could afford a gym membership and some falsies.