161: Net Worth of 1.0M - Jace Shares His Millionaire Story!
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Jace is interviewed on his own show to share his millionaire story! He unveils his portfolio allocation which includes 400K in retirement accounts along with holdings in both small business and real estate. He discusses mindset, goal-setting, intentionality, and how it all started from working a paper route and a lawn care business. Jace also shares general mistakes and advice from his financial path and how he was able to reach millionaire status at such a young age. 

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