The Urban Wall Street Project Interview - Part VII
Broke Millionaires: Why Even High Wage Earners Struggle Financially
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International best-selling author and wealth coach William R. Patterson dispels the "Millionaire Myth" and reveals why even high wage earners struggle financially in part seven of an in-depth interview for The Urban Wall Street Project with Earl Christian III.
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