How rich is J. S. Huntlands?
If JS Huntlands continues to sell at the rate she is when all of Huntlands books are out she is looking at around £4 million
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J. P. Getty probably answered this question best when he said what the secret of his success was: "Rise early, work hard, strike oil." In other words, becoming rich is a mixture of hard work and luck. But here are a few pointers to get you to the ideal financial situation. Hard work: 1. Obtain… higher education. 2. Save the majority of the money you make and invest it, especially at a young age. 3. Start your own business. Luck: 1. Become a professional athlete or entertainer. 2. Inherit family money. 3. Marry rich. Here are a few more ideas about striking it rich from our Answers.com contributors: . I wouldn't call myself rich, I am comfortable. I have worked hard in school to get a basic understanding of Math, English, Science and History. I started working at 15 years old and saved my money while my friends were spending all of theirs. I went on to College to learn more of the specific field I enjoyed while working as a truck driver. When completed I joined the U.S. Marines again saving most of my money, this time putting it into Mutual Funds. When my enlistment ended I went back to the work force still saving money in Mutual Funds, less then before. If a person was to save $2000.00 a year from the age of 18 to 24 at a rate of 10% (I received an average of 28%) you will end up at the age of 65 with about a $1,000,000.00. Now if you wait until 24 years old to start you will need to save $2,000 each year until you are 65 to get roughly the same amount. The secret is to start saving earlier and let your money grow for you. Follow the rule of 72 and you will be successful. What is the rule of 72? Divide the interest you get into 72 the number you get is how many years it will take for that money to double. I now have a home (6,800 sq ft) on 85 acres of land. I am ready for retirement long before 65 years of age. . Get a decent job and start saving up money, then start your own business, and market well. Make sure your product/service is a NEED, not a WANT. You can become rich by finding something that you are passionateabout and working hard to make it earn money for you. You could getlucky and win the lottery, too. (MORE)
There are at least 6 conceivable options: 1. Go to college. Start a career. 2. Get a full time job and invest in stocks and bonds. Don't spendtoo much. 3. Engage in illegal activities (not recommended) . 4. Become an entertainer. 5. Become a professional sports athlete. 6. Create your own busin…ess. Sell a lot of stuff. There are many ways to become rich legally and illegally. The bestway to become a wealthy person is to create a system just like BillGates did. When you have a system working for you, you will havemoney chasing you. You can also do the slow way. Step 1, start at anormal job and live just by living standards at the lowest cost.Buy cheap discount foods and rent an apartment. Save the extramoney. Then when you have enough buy out a McDonalds or BurgerKing. Once you own one keep everything the same except the namesand the name of the foods (copyright). Then save the money that youmake from an already successful business and buy another. Repeatthe step but try to change it up a little like buying a Wendy's orSteak and Shake. If you really want to impress yourself buy aWalmart or Target. Once you own your own franchise you can have agreat amount of money. But your chain of stores needs something.Make a different slogan. Be creative but please don't make a cheesyone like Bada bam bam bam I'm lovin it! (McDonalds). You need toalso focus on what the average city purchases. If you buy 100 unitsof rubbish and 1 unit of lunchables then you will run out ofbusiness. Disguise yourself and roam the aisles of your store. Andsee what sells the most in your store, but remember that styles andfads come and go. Keep buying out stores but avoid the family ownedones. If you buy a family owned business then you will get badpublicity. Remember to make sales, discounts and moderate pay foremployees. Look out for other businesses because you're not theonly one reading this. (MORE)
It depends on your perspective. Even poor Americans are considered"rich" by much of the rest of the world, who live in such extremeconditions that most in the West can't even fathom them. Youraverage middle-class American or European lives like a king by manypeople's standards.
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Well, it depends on your definition of rich. For instance, a 16-year-old might feel rich when he gets his first fast-food job. He has more money than he has ever had before.. Someone fresh out of college might feel rich getting a job that pays 15 dollars an hour, depending on the major and the expe…cted salary.... Other people might not feel rich, even if they are both pulling in six-digit salaries, just because the people next door are richer than they are and can afford things that they can't. I think it is just comparison.. I would say that you are rich if you are in the upper 20% when rating income in whatever country you live in. The top 20% usually controls at least 80% of the wealth. Leaving the rest of us with the leftovers. :) (MORE)
In 1920 the English were at The to of colanialisam they looted most of the tresures and Welth from it's colanies like India and Africa . At this point of time the rich in Britain experianced a change in it's cusin by including spices like pepper cardama chili .and the experianced tea and spent time… in lesire like hunting and parting atleast twice a month. (MORE)
James Shaver Woodsworth (1874-1942) was the first leader of theCo-operative Commonwealth Federation. This democratic socialistparty later became the New Democratic Party. Woodsworth was amember of the House of Commons of Canada from 1925 until 1942.
Ulysses S. grant was neither poor nor very rich in his lifetime. Heis said to of lived above his means, but was not poor at all. Hewas just an average person.
yes he was really rich if you want to learn more go to www.granthome.com. yes he was really rich if you want to learn more go to www.granthome.com
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Although the phase "As rich as ..." can be ended with any richperson's name or title (king, Bill Gates, a bank robber) the phrasewas originally tied to Croesus a king of Lydia in Anatolia, nowTurkey (As rich as Croesus) He was the richest man in the ancientworld, making money from his gold mines.
they wore black high heels very similar to ours and they wore long white coats that would cover up their black shirt with a pink poodle skirt and they have red hair that curls at the end but only goes up to the bootem of their neck!
When you want to succeed as much as a drowning man wants to breath. :)
Rich people in the 1960s would wear very elaborate and expensiveclothing. This clothing would have fur and occasionallyhigh-quality silks.
they wore long sleeves and long pants . they wore long sleeves and long pants . the cat was in the house with the dog and the mouse.. they wore long sleeves and long pants . abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz i love you all jk lol bye love someone. the cat was in the house with the dog and the mo…use.. they wore long sleeves and long pants . abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz i love you all jk lol bye love someone. the cat was in the house with the dog and the mouse.. they wore long sleeves and long pants . abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz i love you all jk lol bye love someone. the cat was in the house with the dog and the mouse. (MORE)
Harry S. Truman was neither rich or poor. he group with his family on a farm and lived a happy childhood. But he was a little less than middle class for his father could not afford to send him to college.
jls stands for jack the lad swing and how did they get that name it was aston's x girlfriend who made it up
No. The names sound nothing alike. JK Rowling does however own a copy of Nick Twisted Minds as JS Huntlands gave her a signed copy in 2009
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It depends, if you own a small business it wouldn't be as much but i believe you can get like millions even billions if your lucky.
they wore special tophats and had moustcahes and wore fancy and pretty gorgeous stunner dresses
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usually, the rich people lived in brick houses over a big range of land. had heaps of rooms like a study, play room, bedrooms, living room and kitchen
Ulysses S. Grant's family were very poor. He is known as one of thepoorest presidents. As he got older, he saved money and became welloff.
Generally by exploiting others. . By working hard for the money/cash. Not just getting it, but earning i Answer Rich people most the time have good education. There are two ways someone can become rich; They earn it or They inherit it Inherit means when a family member of t…heirs' dies, their money goes to their child(s). Say your mom is a Billionaire and she dies, you most likely get a lot of cash. Earning it just means some way some how, someone did something and earned money. And they keep earning until they're rich. Hope this helped, the other answers were terrible. sc . (MORE)
There are 3 in the Nick series. Nick Twisted Minds, Nick Dead or Alive and Through the eyes of a child. There are 23 in the Me and My Best Friend series.
Yes a little boy of 5 years old. Maybe another with Sean in the future.
Four. One in Spain one in Canada one in Scotland and the one she lives in. She is now looking into buying a hotel or two if the 'book plan' goes as they hope. If all goes to plan JS Huntlands could make around 4.5 million pound
Mostly rich people had them but some poorer people had them as well. it was mostly business men and high powered people who had them as the idea hadn't really caught on much and they were far too expensive for an honest working man's pay hope i help :)
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The British author of the 'Nick Twisted Minds' series and the 'Me and My Best Friend' series. In total she will have 27 books coming out for adult and the younger reader.
Harry Truman was neither rich nor poor. He was raised on a farm. He joined the national guard and in World War 1 was an army officer. He was a store owner and lost his shirt. He went to law school and became a lawyer and then a judge. He went to the Senate. When the Democrats discovered that Vice Pr…esident Henry Wallace was a Communist and President Roosevelt was in bad health, they made him Vice President. They recognized his competence. When FDR died, he became President. With his background, he owned a large house in Independence, Missouri, but did not have a large income from investments as did most of his predecessors. When his term ended, rather than have him go back to his past job as being a poker playing, whiskey drinking, country lawyer, hard swearing, congress voted him a pension. (MORE)
Being rich is having a family that loves and cares about you, not the material that you posses that is not true money matters ---------------------------------- Answer above is terrible. He asked about richness, not about loving families. Here is the actual ANSWER to your question: In diff…erent neighborhoods it is different. Like in Manhattan, NYC, rich is Millionaire. But in states with lower income, like Oklahoma and Mississippi, rich is probably making over $100,000 a year. Hope this helped. (MORE)
J. S. Bach was a famous German composer who lived in the Baroque period. He was a organist, harpsichordist, violist, and violinist.
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S. J. Perelman was born on February 1, 1904 and died on October 17, 1979. S. J. Perelman would have been 75 years old at the time of death or 111 years old today.
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They would generally be owners of businesses rather than workers. Bankers have always made money and politicians always have paid themselves well.
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Poor women wore simple grey or brown dresses or jackets and skirts. Men would have worn jackets and trousers in grey or brown. Rich women wore ornately embroidered elaborate dresses or jackets and skirts, in any color. Men wore jackets, trousers, shirts and waistcoats. Fashions changed greatly th…roughout the eighteenth century, and the rich had many different types of clothes for various situations, such as riding habits, court gowns, evening gowns and everyday gowns. Main types of rich women's dresses: robe a la anglaise (a dress that closes up the back), robe a la francaise (a dress closed by a "stomacher" up the front, with a "sack back"), robe a la polonaise (dress folded up into itself so as to create a pouff at the back), chemise a la reine (white dress held by ribbon around the waist), empire line dresses, robe volante (loose dress from the early eighteenth century), mantua (a dress folded back at the waist over a skirt, worn in the early eighteenth century, or sometimes later at court) ,riding habit (skirt an jacket worn for horseriding). Main types of women's jackets: caraco, brunswick jacket, pet en lair, pierrot jacket, casaquin. These would have been worn over petticoats, which were often quilted. Other items: banyan (a sort of robe). (MORE)
Actually, there were very wealthy people because they ran the feudal world that existed. It was a world of men who gained power and wealth from the weak. The weak became the serfs that kept these men fed and fought their wars.
Giles S. Rich has written: 'Giles S. Rich papers' -- subject(s): Correspondence, United States, United States. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, Intellectual property, Patent laws and legislation, United States. Court of Appeals (Federal Circuit), Standards, Pharmaceutical industry, Computer so…ftware industry, Biotechnology industries, Design protection, Patents (MORE)
Kevin J. Rich has written: 'Irish immigrants of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank' -- subject(s): Genealogy, Emigration and immigration, History, Irish Americans, Irish, Immigrants, Records and correspondence, Banks and banking 'Irish immigrants of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank' -- sub…ject(s): Irish Americans, Irish, Immigrants, Genealogy, Records and correspondence, Emigration and immigration, Banks and banking, History 'Irish Immigrants of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank - Volume III' (MORE)
J. S. has written: 'Some account of the Irish. By the late J. S. ..' 'Mathematical idea's delivered in narratives touching mathematical termes in the way of intellectual vision: or of divine contemplation, together with other narratives of divine tendency also. Written by J. S' 'A brief histor…y of the pious and glorious life and actions of the most illustrious princess, Mary Queen of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, &c' 'The history of monastical conventions and military institutions, with a survey of the court of Rome, or, A description of the religious and military orders in Europe, Asia and Africa for above twelve hundred years' -- subject(s): Military religious orders, Monasticism and religious orders 'The way to be wise and wealthy' -- subject(s): Conduct of life, Success 'Summer evenings with old weavers' 'Profit and pleasure united, or, The husbandman's magazene' -- subject(s): Agriculture, Early works to 1800 'The innocent epicure' (MORE)
Michael J. Rich has written: 'Federal policymaking and the poor' -- subject(s): Block grants, Federal aid to community development, Intergovernmental fiscal relations
P. J. Le Riche has written: 'Memoirs of General Ben Bouwer' -- subject(s): Biography, Generals, South African Republic, South African Republic. Army, South African War, 1899-1902
E. J. Riches has written: 'Agricultural planning and farm wages in New Zealand' -- subject(s): Agricultural development projects
Joseph S. Rich has written: 'Some notes on the telegraph companies of the United States' -- subject(s): Telegraph stamps, Telegraph
J. Stuart Rich has written: 'Family of James Henry Rich and Estella Chaffee Rich, central New York State, counties of Cortland, Schuyler, Tioga, and Tompkins' -- subject(s): Family, Genealogy
It depends on your personality really. Here are options. If you are: Greedy- keep it to yourself Charitable- donate some to charity for the needy Extravagant- buy whatever you want Ambitious- save the money for your future goals Responsible- keep a daily account of your expenses and use yourmoney wi…sely The choice is yours. (MORE)