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Allan Stec

If you're going to take that risk of borrowing money to buy a car, just make sure that you've carefully planned things out so you can pay it off when it's due.

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Ten or Five?

Sounds like there were ten tips: "I also look for financial DIY tips and Fidelity came up with ten regarding millionaires. "

But reading your post, there are only five listed.

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I think the 2nd one is the key. More than just taking risks, though, most successful people took calculated risks. It's a good list.

As an attorney, I don't think being an A student is important as far as getting the job done (I wasn't one). I do, however, think that good organizational skills are a vital part of the business of law. You have so many deadlines that organization is vital. "A" students may have an advantage in that department. Just a thought.

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