15 Things That Were Made For Poor People That Rich People Ruined


9/21/2021 10:04:00 AM



Cdwheatley / Getty Imagesu/PioneerDingus"My grandfather bought a house on Cape Cod when he retired from being an airline mechanic in the late '60s. He wasn't poor, but he sure as hell wasn't rich, and a normal middle-class person wouldn't be able to do that today. Even if you inherit a house free and clear, the property taxes will eat you alive if you aren't rich."

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