Regardless of what your true financial definition of rich is, your mission if you choose to accept is to lock down one of the 1.4 million rich people the IRS knows about to marry you.

The one tautology about money is that once you have money, you don’t worry as much about not having money.

A rich man has no problem being a friendly suitor who meets up on random occasions.

And when you worry less about money, you get to fight more about all the other joys in a relationship.

This article will provide some insights into how single men with over $380,000 a year in income or net worths of over $1 million dollars think about women and marriage. They may have studied hard in school, took some calculated risks, worked even harder on their ventures, and struck lucky gold.

As a result, they keep on working to make their dreams happen, never taking for granted what they have. Given most rich men are self-made, they strongly do not believe in entitlement. Given this type of stance, sometimes they can be very harsh on those who are receiving some type of assistance from the government, friends, or family members.

It takes time to assuage such a man to see another’s point of view as a result.

Given the paranoia of losing it all, rich men are very methodical in their money management ways.

They will allocate at least 20% of their net worth to risk free investments so that if things go to hell, they’ll still live a comfortable life.

Rich men constantly search for those who they can find their equal or superior. Instead, she can be superbly talented in something that he is not e.g.

musical instrument, language, singing, dance, art, etc. Rich men have a larger selection of women thanks to women being more accepting of rich men.

Nothing turns a rich man on like a strong woman who is successful in her career or business.

The woman who goes for glory piques the most interest.

As soon as a rich man feels the only reason why a woman is asking a man out so he can pay for dinner and a show, it’s game over.