Don’t make any sudden decisions with sudden wealth

Sean Hannity and Sarah Palin

By Kamran Jebreili
You’ve just been handed a check amounting to a large sum of money, also known as a windfall. What’s the first thought/impulse that comes to mind?
For many, first thoughts are making materialistic purchases of things they’ve always wanted such as a new car, buying or paying off a house, paying off debt, or perhaps taking a vacation they’ve always dreamed about. They may even consider investing, moving, quitting their job, or giving and providing for others and charities.
Hold your horses before making ANY decisions!

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