Mind of a Millionaire: The Cost of Saving; Where Should You Spend Your Frugal Bucks?

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Thank you for tuning in to episode 74 of the Mind of a Millionaire. This week we are discussing The Cost of Savings. In other words, when should you be frugal, when should to try really hard to save money, and when is it more worth your time to simply pay market/retail price for something?


The Two Factors of building wealth

How do you determine when it’s worth hiring a professional?

The $100 Rule

What is your time worth? How is the quality of work?

Start with your highest expense

  • How can you get your mortgage payment down? Should you refinance?
    • What are the other expenses (taxes, commuting cost, HOA, etc.)?
  • How can you lower the cost of your car?
    • What is the cost of insurance?
  • How can you lower the cost of health insurance?

Coupon apps

Take a look at your grocery budget

DWM’s Beef-01k/401-Cow

Buying gear out of season

Buying gift cards for reoccurring purchases (e.g. restaurants)

What should you do with the money you’ve potentially saved?


Thank you for listening. As always, do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or in the case, if you have any great time-sensitive savings tips that we didn’t mention.


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