Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Wednesdays Question

It's Wednesday so that means it's question time. There isn't a right or wrong answer to this question as everyone has different opinions on any given issue.

So here's this weeks question: If you won a million dollars what would you do with the money?
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28 comments:

  1. i will take my million... urmm.. and run very fast... :)

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  2. Wow! That would mean 43 million pesos here :) I'll give each of my siblings a million peso, will have my parents house repaired and will buy them a car and all the stuff that would make their life easier. I'll buy a house of my won too!! Will give money to our ministry and so many things to do with that huge amount of money!!!

    Please wake me up now :) hehehe!!!

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  3. A million is not really that much. I would buy a cottage on the ocean for summer use. Then help out the relatives with most of the rest.

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  4. Quit my job in two weeks give at least 1/10 of it to my church, use some for home improvements if needed, invest most of it and use it to live on. I'm sure I'd give some to charity too.

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  5. So... Just the one million then? ahahahaha!

    Seriously? If the Lord sees fit to drop a million bucks into MY checkbook, I'm sure He'll also have something He wants me to do with it and He'll make it clear. Otherwise, probably nothing, as far as changing how I live my life.

    Well, I might buy health insurance.

    Big hugs honey. xoxo

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  6. Maryann and I would consult our financial advisor to plan how to make it grow. We do have to continually improve our retirement plan.

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  7. My sarcastic answer is change the locks and the phone number so my mother couldn't find me!

    Realistically I would pay off my student loans, and the small line of credit loan I have at the credit union. I would put enough away for my kid(s) to go to college of their choice. I would help Hubby invest in his business because we have already started discussing expanding the garage. And the rest would go in to CDs and safe market investments if there is such a thing.

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  8. Well, we know that slightly more than half would go for taxes... with the remaining I'd pay off some debt, pay youngest SD's college loans, and probably buy just a little something for hubby and I, donate some to worthy causes, and bank the rest...

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  9. Save SAVE SAVE...and not worry worry worry

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  10. I am not sure.
    Ensure the grand kids had a college fund. Give some to the church. See a lot more of this country and some more gospel concerts.
    I'm just not sure.

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  11. I would make myself comfortable then my family and friends :-)

    Then yell YESSSSSS!

    Have a great day :-)

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  12. I would pay off my debts, invest some $$ smartly and gave some to my fave charities. I would also take a loooooong cruise somewhere :)

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  13. I would build a small house but use most of it to build a no-kill animal shelter. I would save enough to feed the animals that are here and the ones that would come. I dream about that happening. But happy just to have a roof over our heads.

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  14. I would buy an economic newer model car, a small house in AL near the kids, and get me some new clothes. Then I would have money put back for each of my granddaughter's college educations. If their was any left I would travel.

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  15. Immediately give away 10% of it to worthy causes, play with some, invest some, add more to grandkids' college funds. No change in life style for the two of us.

    Good question...as usual.

    Big hugs, honey...

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  16. After taxes it wouldn't be all that much - but buy a home somewhere I really want to live. Then I'd pay off the mortgage on this place and give it away!

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  17. buy a house, construct a hospital for heart disease, construct a 3 star hotel, start an educational institution and construct a big temple. Services are intended for middle class people at nominal price. The balance amount will be distributed to my children.

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  18. Let me see, I would share some of it with my family, save some and invest some. If it is 1 million US dollars I could buy a new home and car!:) Take care and enjoy the rest of your day Sandee!

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  19. The way things are now, I'd convert it to gold.

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  20. Definitely owr own home. Perhaps sell my 125cc motorscooter & buy a bigger bike

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  21. so quit my job since I hate it and already have a retirement from there and buy a house the way I want it.

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  22. pay off all my bills and do all the home improvements I haven't had the money for.

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  23. I'd buy a million lottery tickets!

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  24. give it all to u?...lolz xxoo

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  25. That's an easy question for me. I would build a bigger fence around my property to give my little dogs more running room and perhaps that a short trip with the little ones, and get a better computor. And maybe eat better steaks and shrimp---also love oysters(they are expensive now).

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  26. First thing I would do is withdraw every single cent from the bank and keep the money under my bed, it would be safer.

    Then I would buy a camper van and spend the next year travelling around Scotland...

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  27. I'd keep it secret. When your ship comes in your relatives are usually standing beside you on the dock.

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  28. Good question, Sandee. What would you do?

    I'd retire IN STYLE instead of living like the 'millionaire next door.'
    ..

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