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One thing to keep in mind is that just because Americans think a net worth of $1.9 million equates to being wealthy doesn’t mean that has to be your goal. You might consider yourself well-off with much less money than that. Or you might challenge yourself to save more. What are your financial goals?
The point, however, is that growing wealth is doable if you take the right approach and commit to it. Something else to keep in mind is that the above figures are meant to represent net worth. In other words, if you have a home worth $500,000 that you own outright, that counts toward your total, which means achieving these numbers could be even easier.
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