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Among Steve's keys to financial success? Well, saving, of course! The New York Post reported Friday that -- according to a report by Contribute magazine -- the Schwarzman Charitable Foundation has total assets of a paltry $63,424, with just $991 set aside for charitable purposes. Since he's not throwing away all that hard-earned money on charity, imagine how much faster he's compounding his wealth!
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Fool contributor Matt Koppenheffer does not own shares of any of the companies mentioned. You can visit Matt on The Fool's CAPS service here, or check out his blog here. Microsoft and Berkshire are Motley Fool Inside Value recommendations. Berkshire is also a Stock Advisor pick. The Fool's disclosure policy would happily retire if it made what Steve Schwarzman makes for just one year.
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