5 interesting ways the rich in Ghana waste their money

5 interesting ways the rich in Ghana waste their money

Being rich can sometimes become a burden. Yes, that is the honest truth, especially if you are one of those who likes to visit public places.

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However, to continue being rich is a much more heavier task than anything else. In fact, whiles many rich people have fat accounts, their expenditures are also equally lavish.

5 interesting ways the rich in Ghana waste their money

Ibrah One, as he is referred to on social media is one of the richest young Ghanaians

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This makes it very difficult for them to balance their books when it comes to spending due to the moneys that they part ways with on a daily basis.

Here are five ways rich people waste money when they go out:

1. Buying assets they do not need

Many rich people tend to have a knack for buying properties. This is never a bad idea, but the fact is that buying a property that you do not need can end up being a waste of money.

However, what many rich people tend to do is buy or rent properties that they very well know that they will not be using and that amounts to a waste of money.

2. Ridiculously spending on cars

Rich people also tend to feel that they must ride in the latest cars available. This practice also most a times becomes a waste of money since these ‘new’ cars depreciate in value within months of they being purchased.

3. Making wrong investments

Investing is a very good venture when one is rich. However, the right investment must be made before one can reap the benefits. Most rich men tend to favour investing in start-ups without doing any thorough research and this mostly leads to huge loses.

4. Hiring so many personal aides

Perhaps, this is the most ‘money-wasting’ step taken my many rich people. While many can afford the luxury of hiring aides to take care of some commitments, others prefer to have everything done for them, hence hiring people for duties are not that important.

For instance, a rich person could have a personal chef, cleaner, driver, among others, when some of these roles can be played by himself.

5. Going in for the bottle service

Most rich people love to go in for the bottle service when they visit public places. What this means is that you virtually pay double for everything you order and that ends up being a waste of money.

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