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  • Invest $1000 at a 10% interest rate for 70 years.
  • Breed the ever popular Festrinochi Rabbit. Currently they sell for about $3,600 a piece, and they breed like, well bunnies. They eat very little, and sell very young, so it shouldn't take long. Good luck!
  • i'm thinking marry rich or win the lottery
  • come up with an idea that people are willing to pay you for, and go for it. I found this list of the top 100 ways to come up with an idea to earn a million dollars: 1. Take a warm bath. 2. Go for a drive with the windows open. 3. Order Chinese food and eat it with chopsticks. 4. Call a random phone number — ask a stranger. 5. Ask a child. 6. Create an idea that would get you fired. 7. Paint your bedroom. 8. Consult tarot cards. 9. Gargle. 10. Play football. 11. Sing a show tune on a crowded elevator. 12. How would your favorite uncle solve the problem? 13. Doodle. 14. Do a crossword puzzle. 15. Pray for a little help. 16. Ask the most creative person you know. 17. Ask the least creative person you know. 18. Run. 19. Ask your local postal worker. 20. Ice skate. 21. Take a shower with your clothes on. 22. Ask yourself, “What rhymes with orange?” 23. Talk to your favorite cheerleader about the idea. 24. Breathe slowly. 25. Flip a coin. 26. Mow the lawn. 27. What is the simplest solution? 28. Do 20 quick push-ups. 29. Go shopping! 30. Write the alphabet backwards. 31. Build a fort in your office. 32. How would an ant solve the problem? 33. Create a silly solution that rhymes. 34. Make paper airplanes. 35. Use three wishes to solve your challenge. 36. Browse through a bookstore. 37. Take a survey. 38. Make a sculpture with mashed potatoes. 39. Fish. 40. Go to Vegas, play a lot of craps. 41. Daydream. 42. How would you solve it with an infinite budget? 43. Write out the problem with your opposite hand. 44. Sing the National Anthem with a cockney accent. 45. Eat dinner. 46. Change your brand of coffee. 47. Wash dishes. 48. Find the solution in the clouds. 49. Swing. 50. Take a nap at your desk. 51. Go bowling. 52. Spin in your chair shouting: “WHOOPEE!” 53. Eat a snow cone. 54. Contort your face in a strange and unusual ways. 55. High-five yourself. 56. Go camping. 57. Take Spot for a walk. 58. Massage your scalp for 10 minutes. 59. Play musical chairs. 60. Go for a walk in the rain. 61. Pick up something with your toes. 62. Communicate. 63. Stand on your head. 64. Stand on someone else’s head. 65. Go for a drive. 66. Call a psychic hotline, laugh at their predictions. 67. Caffeine. 68. More caffeine. 69. Imagine explaining the idea at an awards banquet. 70. Make a prank phone call. 71. Think about it before you go to sleep. 72. Call mom, she can fix anything. 73. When in doubt, resort to duct tape. 74. Watch slasher movies to boost your creative confidence. 75. Fly a kite. 76. Shake up a can of pop and open it. 77. Go for a walk. 78. Draw a picture of it. 79. Pretend to snorkel. 80. Think like a child. 81. Walk outside and wave to a stranger. 82. Look at the person’s paper next to you. 83. Climb a tree. 84. Find a new word in the dictionary. 85. Take an ice cream break. 86. Make a daisy chain. 87. Dance a polka. 88. Play in a toy store. 89. Just don’t think about it. 90. Jump on a treadmill. 91. Alphabetize your refrigeratables. 92. Pretend like it doesn’t matter. 93. Paint with your fingers. 94. Clean your toilet. 95. Lose yourself in your favorite music. 96. Watch old black & white reruns. 97. Listen to bees. 98. Walk in a grocery store – notice clever solutions. 99. Rake the leaves in your yard. 100. Sit outside and count the stars.
  • "How do you become a millionaire? Become a billionaire, then buy an airline." Richard Branson I have no original thought.
  • I would find an entrepreneur or business leader who inspires you, then study them, find their secret sauce and make it your own. For example, I look up to Richard Rosenblatt for his vision of the social web and that has helped me to get into various internet businesses.
  • There is no fast, get rich quick scheme. You have to start saving money and not wasting money living beyond your means. You actually have to live below your means and save the difference. Freedom has to be more important to you than a high social status. some tips: 1) If you can work at a job that will pay for your education, you should do that rather than take student loans. You may have to give up a social life for four years while you work and go to school but you will have a lot more money and will be able to do more in the future. 2) When you buy your first home, buy a two or three family apartment building. You can live cheaply while continuing to save money and eventually buy a home with a lot more money down. You could also keep the income property and allow the tenants to pay for it to use toward your retirement. 3) Save money while you are in the your twenties and thirties. You can not make up for that time later. Save as much as you can in your company 401k, etc. Sacrifice while you are younger, it makes a huge difference when you get into your late thirties and forties. If you wait until your late thirties or forties to start saving you will never be wealthy. You just can't catch up.
  • For starters while you are developing your ideas pay yourself first,Save,save,save,live beneath your means,no credit cards,pay cash for every thing except house,(buy used car).Invest in a no-load index mutual fund monthly for life.Just a few ideas
  • Stay in school, say no to drugs and eventually you'll become a millionaire. I guarantee it!
  • The fastest ways are by becoming a politician or televangelist, preferrably, both
  • From: http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com/SavingandDebt/SaveMoney/12StepsToBecomeAMillionaire.aspx 12 steps to become a millionaire 1. Keep your eyes peeled for better ways to do your job. Streamline a procedure, shave costs, create a new profit center, become an expert on a specific topic, volunteer for a company committee -- anything that will make you stand out as a prime candidate for a promotion or a pay boost. 2. Don't be afraid to negotiate. In a study of master's degree graduates from her university, Carnegie Mellon economics professor Linda Babcock found that those who negotiated their first salary boosted their pay by 7.4% compared with those who didn't bargain. 3. Get your ducks in a row and your numbers on paper. If possible, quantify how much your efforts add to the company's bottom line. If that's not feasible, spotlight your value with comparable salaries for workers in your position from a Web site, such as Salary.com, or from a professional association. 4. Plot your strategy when it's time to move on. Create a professional-looking page on MySpace that tells prospective employers why you're an exceptional candidate, recommends John Challenger of the outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. And don't neglect more conventional networking: Join a professional association or show up at school reunions toting business cards. 5. Contribute as much as you can to your 401(k) and other tax-deferred retirement plans. You'll not only build a bigger nest egg, but you'll also cut your tax bill. In the 25% federal tax bracket, every $1,000 you contribute to a 401(k) trims your taxes by $250. And you'll save on state income taxes, too. 6. Flex your tax-saving muscle. Contribute pretax dollars to a flexible spending account to pay for dependent care or out-of-pocket medical expenses. If you set aside $1,500 per year and you're in the 25% bracket, avoiding federal income and Social Security taxes means Uncle Sam will subsidize almost $500 of your expenses. 7. Review your tax withholding. If you're expecting a refund this spring, you're having too much tax withheld from your paycheck -- and making an interest-free loan to Uncle Sam. That's no way to become a millionaire. Put more money in your pocket by using Kiplinger's withholding calculator and then filling out a new Form W-4. 8. Stash savings in a Roth IRA if you're eligible. Withdrawals in retirement, including decades of compounded earnings, will be tax-free. This year, income-eligibility limits for a Roth increase to $114,000 for individuals and $166,000 for married couples. 9. Don't delay. The quicker you get a jump on putting money aside, the easier it will be to stuff a seven-figure cushion. If you start at age 25, for example, investing $286 per month will get you $1 million by age 65, assuming you earn 8% annually. 10. Invest automatically, either through your employer's retirement plan or by setting up a regular deposit to a mutual fund or broker. You'll never miss the money, and you'll avoid two big mistakes: buying too much when stock prices are high and not buying at all when prices fall. 11. Watch for fund fees. The more you pay, the tougher it is to earn an above-average return. The typical hedge fund, for example, takes 20% of any gains, a huge hurdle to overcome. A better bet: no-load mutual funds with expense ratios of 1% or less. If you trade individual stocks, watch those commissions. 12. Keep it simple. Be wary of get-rich-quick schemes or sales pitches for complex investments, such as oil-and-gas partnerships, that trade on the millionaire cachet to lure investors into buying high-fee products they don't understand. Most millionaire households accumulate their wealth over the long term by sticking to a regular investing plan in a balanced portfolio.
  • Pray and hit the LOTTO! Become a CEO of a major US corp and fraud your stockholders Become the Federal Reserve President's best pal Good Luck!
  • Win the great lottery!!!onnly luck can make you millionaire and your star!
  • write a book
  • Hard work.
  • You can glean from many of the positive recommendations offered in this thread...but understand that the way things are going, the corrupt politicians in the United States Congress, unless stopped by some unlikely miracle, are going to confiscate it from you in order to buy more votes and power for themselves.
  • If I told you how to do it, and guaranteed my method, would you do it? Even if I told you you would be working 100 hours per week and would not have vacations to yourself? And you would miss your kids' first steps, and their school graduations, and that your spouse would probably leave you after you've been working like this for 3 years? And that you wouldn't have time for exercise and that between the lack of exercise and all the sitting you'll be doing that it will shorten your life and you'll start having heart problems after 6 years of this? This is the real trade-off many people are and have been making in pursuit of wealth, so choose carefully.
  • By all means take financial advice from one Martha Stewart! How much prison time did she enjoy for her financial shananigans?!? Her sister-in-arms and nortorious Queen of Mean, Leona Helmsley, who also was a multi-millionaire criminal, would be a good second choice...but, alas, being recently deceased, is not offering financial advice these daze! :-)
  • Hmmm you could marry one...other than that hard work...
  • Instantly? Marry one!
  • It's easy. Step 1: get a million dollars. How easy was that?!
  • must have niche idea that make millions with little capital
  • Give thanks a million times for what you already have.
  • go on the game show " who wants to be a millionaire"
  • take out a huge life insurance policy on yourself and then commit suicide.
  • It is said that one must dedicate 10,000 hours of time to become an expert in thier respective field. If you apply this sentiment to your goal you may become surprised with the outcome. Also read Outliers and The Black Swan.
  • Get educated, plain and simple and don't F off.
  • Two words.. "Passive income." Learn what it is and how to get it. A good way to learn about it by playing the boardgame "Cashflow 101". Don't just play it once. But keep playing it to your master it. Then it change the way your think about money and your start to see possibilities everywhere.
  • sell at lot of small products on commission or one large one. Sell one $100,000,000 yacht at 1% commission is $1,000,000. BTW, there are $100,000,000 yachts out there.
  • is that before or after taxes? A lot of millionais are paying over %60 tax rates.
  • Gamble with other people's money. Win or lose you get big bonuses, a huge salary and a golden parachute when the Government bails out the company.
  • ...every man to whom God has given riches and wealth, and given him power to eat of it, to receive his heritage and rejoice in his labor--this is the gift of God. Ecc 5:19

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