5 Celebrities Who Went Bankrupt

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If you want to build lasting wealth, regardless of what talents you've been blessed with or what you do for a living, buy assets and sell liabilities. Do that often enough, and you'll get rich in spite of yourself. Or if that doesn't sound appealing, you could just race to spend money as indiscriminately as possible. These celebrities did that and took all the advantages they'd accrued and turned them into disadvantages.

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