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Kirk McDougall's 3 Rules of Income

These are my 3 Rules of Income.

1 - You are spending more money than you are making.  You will eventually go bankrupt if this continues.

2 - You are spending as much money as you are making.  You will be doing the same thing forever if this continues.

3 - You are spending less money than you are making.  You will eventually be wealthy if this continues.

The third rule has helped me incredibly.  The first two... not so much.




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