Set up automatic transfers.
Asked whether it was appropriate that he had paid no income tax in certain years, Icahn said he was perplexed by the question. “There’s a reason it’s called income tax,” he said. “The reason is if, if you’re a poor person, a rich person, if you are Apple — if you have no income, you don’t pay taxes.” He added: “Do you think a rich person should pay taxes no matter what? I don’t think it’s germane. How can you ask me that question?”
List your book for £1.49 - £6.99 and you earn 70% of the sale. Considering Amazon is the ultimate selling machine (and remember people are looking to spend), that is a fantastic deal.
He also recommends a YouTube presence. “If I was to do it over again, I’d start setting up YouTube blogs talking about photography that send people to your website. Nobody buys prints anymore. Not in stores, not online,” he said. “Rather, get people to follow you for your knowledge – whether it’s program instruction or advice. Get a following. You need to be consistently creating posts at least once a week to keep followers.”
If you have an interesting story then you could try selling it to the papers. It could be anything from sleeping with a professional footballer to getting caught in a clothes horse!
Spending rules can help you be more intentional about purchases, Shekar says. Examples include eating out only once a week, getting a morning latte on specific days or buying new clothes only at the start of a new season. Though they require some discipline to follow, self-imposed rules can make it easier to say "no" to impulse purchases. Once you've mastered these simple spending rules, you can try a no-spend challenge, in which you only pay monthly bills and eliminate extra purchases.
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