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NATIONAL BE A MILLIONAIRE DAY – May 20

National Be a Millionaire Day May 20

National Be a Millionaire Day May 20

NATIONAL BE A MILLIONAIRE DAY

National Be a Millionaire Day is celebrated each year on May 20.  This is a day for everyone to enjoy, a day for everyone to think and dream about what it would be like to be a millionaire and then use those thoughts as inspiration.

The next step on National Be a Millionaire Day is to start making a plan for your future.   Following is a few helpful suggestions to get you started:

  • Start a savings account.  If you have an existing savings account, review it to make sure you are earning the maximum interest available.  Increase the deposits into your savings account.
  • Review your financial portfolio with a trusted expert.
  • Review your investments – Look at ways of improving your investments.
  • Add to your 401K – If you do not have one, start one.
  • Pay off your credit card.
  • Review your spending habits.  Find ways to “spend less and save more”

A million dollars today may not be what it used to be, however, having one million dollars in your bank account is still a major financial success. 

NATIONAL BE A MILLIONAIRE DAY HISTORY

Within our research, we were unable to find the creator and origin of National Be a Millionaire Day, an “unofficial” National holiday.

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