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Archive for the ‘Millionaire’ Category:

Andrew Luck Turns Down Millions – A Wise Financial Move?

{ Posted on Jan 10 2011 by Marcus Alston }
Andrew Luck recently announced that he has decided to return to college for his senior year next season instead of entering the 2011 NFL draft.  Many experts believe the Stanford University Quarterback would be the top NFL pick of ...Read More »

Cliff Lee’s Decision – It Was Not All About The Money

{ Posted on Dec 19 2010 by Marcus Alston }
I could not believe my ears on Tuesday, December 14.  I was listening to the radio on the way to work to get the scores of 2 Monday night NFL football games when I found out that Cliff Lee had ...Read More »

My Top Blog Posts from September and October 2010

{ Posted on Nov 10 2010 by Marcus Alston }
Just in case you missed any of my blog posts from September or October 2010, I have gathered my favorites and put them in this article below for your convenience.  I will continue to write "Top Blog ...Read More »

3 Financial Success Stories in Sports

{ Posted on Oct 08 2010 by Marcus Alston }
Jamal Mashburn is a successful businessman, Baby Jordan never has to work again in his life, Curtis Granderson shops at Target.  My faith in the average professional athlete has been restored somewhat by these 3 stories (aka "M2G"). In the last ...Read More »

My Top Blog Posts from March and April 2010

{ Posted on May 02 2010 by Marcus Alston }
I started this personal finance blog at the end of March 2010 to share helpful financial information to others and have written quite a few articles since then.  Just in case you missed any of my blog posts or have ...Read More »

5 Steps to Becoming a Millionaire

{ Posted on Apr 25 2010 by Marcus Alston }
1.  Create a budget.  You need to identify all your income, all your necessary expenses, and all your discretionary expenses.  Only then can you accurately plan for your financial future. 2.  Live Below Your Means. Control Spending and Reduce Debt.  After ...Read More »