Your Savings: $106 Million

Barry Lenson

The best things in life might not be free, but you can sure save a lot of money on them.  Let’s take a closer look . . .

Save $335,000 on your next car. Why not treat yourself to a Rolls-Royce Phantom for $380,000? Great highway car. It’s got back seats that adjust, wood trim, Bluetooth, and navigation. Or you could buy a nice new Toyota Avalon for $34,500, similarly equipped. Your savings: $335,000.

Save $10,960 on your next watch. Need a new watch? Okay, how about a Breguet Marine Automatique, for $11,160? It shows you the date and comes in a box that’s good for storing cufflinks and paperclips. But while you’re at the watch shop, ask to see Casio’s Pathfinder Triple Sensor watch too. It tosses in a ton more features than the Breguet does – not only the date, but the temperature, altitude and your compass heading. If you tend to get lost in the mall, this is the watch for you, and it costs only $200. Your savings: $10,960.

Save $106.5 million on your next Picasso. Want a Picasso? You better act fast.  “Nude, Green Leaves, and Bust” sold for $106.5 million at Sotheby’s in a May auction, and prices are now going up. Or you could get a poster of Picasso’s “Head of a Reading Woman” for $24.99. Both works depict funny-looking women, so it’s your choice. Your savings: $106.5 million, give or take.

Save $150,000 or more on your college education. A typical American college or university will be pleased to charge you $200,000-$250,000 for four years of instruction. But you could trim your first-year costs to a thousand dollars or less by taking online college courses, then apply the other cost-cutting strategies that you have been reading about on this blog. (You could matriculate at one of our Partner Colleges, for example.) Both college degrees will help you get a start in your professional working life and boost your lifetime earnings.  Your savings: $150,000 or more.

So if you want to live well while you save a lot of money, you came to the right blog this morning.  And if you invest the $106 million you saved today, you can live in a mansion after you retire. If you email us when you do, we’ll tell you how to save big $$$ on your pool.

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