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Millionaires in the making
These five people are well on their way to amassing seven figures. Here's how they’re making it happen.
Invest your way to riches
Boost your annual returns by a percentage point a year and you’ll be on your way to a million-dollar portfolio.
Be a real estate mogul
Becoming a landlord has always been a well-worn path to millionaire status.
Launch a successful startup
Most entrepreneurs rarely make millions while running the business. The big profits come when you sell.
Be a super saver
Just 10 years of aggressive saving can help you sock away enough money for a comfortable retirement.
Climb the corporate ladder
The path to becoming a millionaire shortens with every major step you take up the corporate hierarchy.
Test your millionaire smarts
Think you know what it takes to reach $1 million? Take the quiz.
1. The number one country for millionaires is the U.S., where 40% of them live. Which country runs a distant second, with 13% of the world's total?
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