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Does starting from poverty and ending up wealthy make people more fiscally responsible?

  • It almost always does

    It almost always does. People who are used to very hard work know exactly where every dollar they made came from, and know that if they're trading their time for money that every dollar spent goes towards something that it should. This often isn't the case for people who win money.

  • Yes, I think that people who go from povery to wealthy are usally fiscally responsible.

    I think that cases where somebody goes from poverty and ends up being wealthy are usually cases where the individual is fiscally responsible. While not all case like it means they will be financially sound, there is some logic to think so. A lot of self-made people do have great fiscal responsibility.

  • Starting from poverty and ending up wealthy makes people responsibl

    my opinion that starting out poor and ending up wealthy is an
    experience that makes people more fiscally responsible. Starting from
    humble beginnings gives newly wealthy people a perspective on spending
    that people who start out wealthy are less likely to have. People who
    end up wealthy have spending habits built on their experience of
    starting out poor.

  • Starting from poverty and ending up wealthy makes people responsible

    It is my opinion that starting out poor and ending up wealthy is an experience that makes people more fiscally responsible. Starting from humble beginnings gives newly wealthy people a perspective on spending that people who start out wealthy are less likely to have. People who end up wealthy have spending habits built on their experience of starting out poor.

  • They appreciate it.

    Yes, starting from poverty and ending up wealthy makes people more fiscally responsible, because they appreciate what they had to lose. A person who grows up in poverty appreciates that no matter how rich a person gets, they will not ever have everything. In poverty, a person learns they will survive without.

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