If someone gave you 100 million dollars, what would you spend it on?
I don't need 100 million, just a couple of thousand, but if someone were to be that generous, I'd buy the house my daughter wants, and the house I've wanted since I was 12, a new car and driving lessons so I could drive it, and also a motorcycle. College funds for my kids, and a teaching assistant training course for me, and give some to various charities. What I'd do with the rest of it, I have no idea.
I would pay off all of our debt, as well as my mom's and inlaws'. I'd also send all of my family and close friends a nice cheque.
I'd buy an awesome house, a couple of nice cars and take a few years to travel anywhere and everywhere with my family.
I'd save a bunch for my kids, invest a bunch, donate a bunch, and then probably become a lifelong student and get degrees in whatever interests me.
I would give 1/2 of it in a trust for my son and the rest of it in a trust for all animal rescue organizations to use in order to save as many dogs that they can. Personally, I would not keep any of it I would rather have the money used to help others.
If someone gave me 100 million dollars I would make spending the money and the interest I made off it my full time job. I would spend it on things that made me and other people happy. Most likely I would start a blog about it.
Some of the things I can think of now are a house near the water, a kayak and an e-bike. The park I like to bike to could use some money. I would give some of it to gyms so people could workout for free. It is a lot of money so I would spend it on lots of different things.
by Abdus Salam 4 years ago
If someone give you 10 million dollar, what will be your spending plan?Someone ask me the question. Please Answer this question. thanks
by Brett Winn 6 years ago
What would you do if you won a hundred million dollars?
by Rupert Taylor 2 years ago
Why spend $100 million on a replica of Noah's Ark complete with stalls for dinosaurs?As the ark opened to receive visitors in Kentucky in July 2016 it's appropriate to ask, would it not have been a better use for the money to help feed the hungry and house the homeless?
by Scott Mandrake 9 years ago
A recent thread mentioned giving every US citizen $1,000,000 as a possible solution to the current economic crisis. I wonder, if by some chance you were given that amount of money, would it really make your life betterTell me what you would do with 1 million dollars.Scott
by Astralrose 4 years ago
If you had 20 million dollars what would you do with it?Just trying to figure out what people would do with their money because I certainly have many great things to do with it if ever I had that much. What would you do?
by StayPos 16 months ago
If you received an unexpected inheritance of one million dollars what would you with the money?Oh and by the way the taxes have already been paid :-)
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