I became a millionaire at age 27—here are 4 'unpopular' rules rich people follow

By Bo Beard | May 20, 2024

Chinese immigrant

Entreprenuer Vivian Tu recently shared her financial management skills in an opinion piece for CNBC. She admits that she was not always proficient, but rather learned her skills over time. 

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4. Share, swap and scratch each other's backs: Wealthy individuals take pride in being recognized as the most knowledgeable person in their social circle, admired for their impeccable taste and awareness of the latest trends. They frequently express sentiments such as: 

The most knowledgeable

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Tu was raised in a Chinese immigrant household with frugal parents who emphasized saving through practices like coupon-clipping and reusing ziplock bags.