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Go into politics. Get a life-long salary plus health benefits that cover everything 100%. Never again have to worry about getting audited by the IRS (because Congress wrote a law stating that sitting federal politicans can't be audited). Rake in the dough from lobbyists. Never again have to obey any of the laws you set forth for the citizens that you are supposed to be SERVING. Fly anywhere in the world you want on the taxpayers' dimes. Skip TSA lines and searches. Buy new cars and write the cost off as work expenditures. Do the same with extravagant vacations.
But I digress. Politicians would NEVER do any of that... (place eye-roll here)
The best way to keep your money is to stay away from credit card debt. If you don't have it, don't spend it.
1- marry rich
2- divorce and take half
3- marry rich
4- divorce and take half
5- marry some old who is rich
6- they die and hopefully you get a good portion of it
7- Invest the money in a strip club
8- sell strip club for huge profit
9- If you did 1-8 you are now rich for the rest of your life.
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