7 Reasons Why You Have No Money

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Ever wonder why you have no money? What’s the difference between rich people and people who have no money?

It’s not the money part. It’s just habits. Becoming rich requires valuing money as a tool that will maintain your financial independence, and not as a way to just gain something in the short run.

There are many reasons why you have no money. Here are seven of them:

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Mostly correct, but some people have no ability with no fault of their own. I was well prepared for retirement, but I also cared for people in trouble and brought a couple into the United States from the woman fired because she was not Catholic. Then because I refused to work at that one place (out of 20 countries where I did work) I was also fired. I saved enough to buy a property, but lived on social security. Then when a college student who lived in my house was forced out because she was interested in my life and reading the Bible, she was forced to sign a paper against me and put me in jail when I broke no law or did anything wrong, so I had to increase my mortgage to where I can save nothing.
In other words, based on my work in most states and 20 countries, I am very careful to avoid judgement by appearance or conditions.

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