Save Money: Audit Your Home Energy Usage

Audit Your Home Energy Usage
With winter coming, many people will be performing home energy audits in their houses. They’ll be looking for areas where energy is literally escaping from their homes (and money is escaping from their wallets). It is something every homeowner should do at least once a year. So, how do you audit your home energy usage?

Why You Should Audit Your Home Energy Usage

Knowing how to audit your home’s energy usage is important because it can save you tons of money. Auditing the energy your home uses can make it more noticeable when you need new appliances. It will also be noted when something in your house isn’t working quite right. For instance, if the bill to heat your home is higher, you may need new insulation or you may need to check for loose baseboards, etc. Making these small changes can make hundreds of dollars of difference over the span of a year.

How to Audit Your Home Energy Usage

Auditing your home energy usage sounds more difficult than it is. There are a few main things you can check for around your home and, if you’re handy enough, fix yourself as well. Here’s how to audit your home energy usage:

1. Check for leaks. Look for drafts and leaks around your home. This includes air and water leaks. For “air” leaks or drafts, you’ll want to check the quality of the windows and be sure that all of the baseboards in your home are secure. The smallest of drafts can increase how much it costs to heat or cool your home. (Adjusting the thermostat may actually cost your MORE money.)

Similarly, water leaks around your home can significantly impact your water bill from month-to-month. Listen for your toilet to continue running after flushing, look for water spots under sinks and near baseboards, and keep an eye out for dripping faucets. Mending all of these items will positively affect the energy usage in your home.

2. Make renovations. In some cases, auditing your home energy usage can mean making some renovations. Many people find that they are in need of new insulation when they audit their home’s energy usage, especially if they live in an older home. If this is the case, you’ll need to replace the insulation in your home to get the most out of your heating and cooling system.

3. Buy new appliances. A few years ago there was a huge surge in people purchasing energy-efficient appliances. These appliances can help you save on your home energy cost greatly. An energy-efficient toilet, dishwasher, or washing machine can all save you money each month on water. Switching to energy-efficient appliances like an oven or refrigerator can also save you money on your electric bill.

4. Change out your light bulbs. If you haven’t done so already, swap out your current light bulbs with energy efficient ones. This can also save you money on your electric bill each month. Depending on how many bulbs you swap out, you may have a very noticeable change on your next month’s bill.

5. Keep an eye on your bill. This is key when you are attempting to audit your home energy usage. No matter how well you think you know your home, you’ll want to keep an eye on your energy bills (water, gas, and electric). If your bill is increasing unexpectedly, you’ll want to search for the reason why and fix it. After all, no one wants to pay any more than they have to!

Have additional home energy usage tips? Let us know in the comments!

Places Kids Eat Free

places where kids eat free

Most people enjoy going out to eat from time-to-time. There’s no mess to clean in the kitchen, no hassle and, for the most part, it is usually a great experience. Going out to eat with the family can get pricey though, which is why many restaurants have begun to offer days where kids eat free.

Places Kids Eat Free

This started years ago. Sit-down restaurants wanted to offer an incentive for families to come into the restaurant during the week (usually their slower days). Now, most restaurants have days of the week where kids eat free but what are they?

  1. Applebee’s: Kids eat free one day each week. The day of the week may vary by location and is available at participating locations only.
  2. Bennigan’s: Similar to Applebee’s, Bennigan’s offers a free meal for kids on a select day of the week. The day and availability may vary location-to-location.
  3. Backyard Burgers: Kids eat free on Tuesdays with the purchase of an adult combo meal.
  4. Bob Evans: Tuesdays are the day to get a free kids meal at Bob Evans (after 4 p.m. with the purchase of an adult meal).
  5. Captain D’s: Kids eat free at Captain D’s on Thursdays. The deal is good from open to close and you can get two free kid’s meals per paying adult.
  6. Chick-fil-A: On Tuesdays, kids eat free from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at Chick-fil-A. This must be purchased with an adult meal. It should also be noted that some Chick-fil-A locations charge $0.99 for their discounted kids meal.
  7. Ci-Ci’s Pizza: Kids under three eat free every day at Ci-Ci’s.
  8. Culver’s: All children get a free frozen custard with the purchase of a meal every day.
  9. Denny’s: Kids eat free on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m. You can get two free kids meals with the purchase of one adult meal. (At some locations, kids eat free at Denny’s on Saturdays as well.)
  10. Firehouse Subs: Hit your local Firehouse Subs location on Wednesday. Kids eat free all day with the purchase of an adult combo meal.
  11. Fuddruckers: On Mondays between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m., kids eat free at Fuddruckers.
  12. Hooters: Hooters offers kids a free meal from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Sunday.
  13. IHOP: IHOP offers various days when kids eat free. Check out the company’s Facebook page for regular updates on when the next “kids eat free” day will be.
  14. Lone Star Steakhouse: If you want a nice dinner out, you can feed the kids for free at Lone Star on Tuesdays. You can get up to two kid’s meals free with the purchase of one adult meal.
  15. Maggiano’s Little Italy: Kids eat free on Saturdays (only kids under 5).
  16. Moe’s Southwest Grill: Kids eat free at Moe’s on Tuesdays (one free meal per paying adult).
  17. On the Border: Your child can get a free sundae with the purchase of a meal every day at On the Border.
  18. Perkins: Kids eat free on Tuesdays at Perkins with the purchase of an adult meal.
  19. Pizza Hut: Your child can eat for free all day Tuesday at Pizza Hut.
  20. Qdoba: Kids eat free on Sundays and Wednesdays.
  21. Red Robin: Red Robin offers a free kid’s meal on Mondays for children 10 and under.
  22. Steak n’ Shake: Kids eat free all day Sunday (with the purchase of a $9+ adult entree).

For the most part, the deals and freebies mentioned above are only valid for children ages 12 and under. Some locations may have different restrictions so, if you’re wondering about any of these, in particular, give the restaurant a call!

Have any places kids eat free that we should add to the list? Let us know!

Photo: Room to Grow

How to Negotiate Cheaper Rent

 

how to get cheap rent

Recently, I’ve had some issues with my apartment complex. They’ve messed up my bill (three months in a row), neglected some basic maintenance and have forced me to sign up for a WiFi/cable program I didn’t really want. All of that being said, I’m still paying relatively low rent for the area in which I live but can I get it cheaper?

You’ve probably heard about those personal finance warriors that have a one-track mind that is always set to be thinking about saving and being financially sound. They may call a company every time their bill goes up (even just a few dollars) to negotiate it down or haggle prices with cable/telephone companies. So, how do you do that with something like rent?

How to Negotiate Cheaper Rent

I will be looking to renew my lease or move out in the spring and, from the sound of it, the complex normally increases the price of rent significantly after your first year (by $100 or more). There are a few things I will try doing before I move again though…

  1. Sign a longer lease. Most apartment complexes will give you a discount on your monthly rent if you sign a longer lease. For instance, at the complex I live in they quoted $1320 a month for a 6-month lease, $1275 for a 12-month lease and $1217 for a 14-month lease. We chose the 14-month lease to save money. If your complex offers something similar, you may consider doing the same.
  2. Bring up the fact you’ve paid on time. If you are gainfully employed and have paid your rent on time the entire time you’ve lived there, consider using that as a bargaining tool. After so many months (or the first year) of paying on time, the complex will look at you as a valued member of the community.
  3. Consider paying early. Some complexes will give you a 5% to 10% discount on your rent if you’re able to pay it a few days early. You can also pay months in advance. Many properties offer a significant discount if you’re able to pay 3-6 months of rent at a time. Ask your apartment’s manager if this option is available to you.
  4. Market your own skills. If you are trying to figure out how to negotiate cheaper rent, see if they need any assistance in the property office. Maybe they need help marketing to bring in new tenants or maybe they need some help keeping the grounds. Either way, they’ll knock some cash off your rent in exchange for work.
  5. Earn some cash back. Not all apartment complexes will be open to negotiation. If that is the case you may consider paying your rent online using a credit or debit card. Most cards have some kind of cash back reward or travel points you can earn. Though you won’t be getting cash off your rent, you’ll get cash back by paying online.

Lastly, when you go to negotiate a lower rent, gather some information about the properties nearby. Get an idea of what apartments in the area are going for and know what kind of haggling power you have. If you’re already paying below market in the area, you may not have much power when it comes to negotiating the price of your rent.

Have you negotiated cheaper rent in the past? How did you do it?

Photo: Think Glink

Jim Jones’ Net Worth

The entertainment business is no stranger to controversy and drama. For some, it seems like the more controversy you’re able to stir up, the better. Rapper Jim Jones is no stranger to controversy himself, finding himself in tight situations ASAP Mob, Jay-Z, and Azaelia Banks. But how has that impacted Jim Jones’ net worth overall?

Jim Jones’ Net Worth

Currently, Jim Jones’ net worth is estimated to be around $10 million. Like most individuals in the music industry, Jones has worked incredibly hard to get where he is. Born in the Bronx and raised in Harlem with a rough family life, Jones wasn’t exactly set up for success but he has been able to accrue millions. This is because he has employed one of the best financial practices (diversifying and securing multiple sources of income). While Jones is a rapper primarily, he has been able to expand his career greatly by opening other doors in the entertainment industry (acting, producing, etc.).

Jones made millions through his music career, no doubt. In fact, it is estimated that he makes about $1.4 million per year. While that is impressive, not all of that is contributing to Jim Jones’ net worth. The current estimate also includes investment earnings from 2008 of about $200,000. You can also attribute another $500K of Jones’ overall net worth to endorsement deals.

Most reports of his net worth also include the value of his many expensive vehicles:

  • Bentley GT ($70K)
  • Audi R8 ($80K)
  • Mercedes Benz G-Class ($100K)
  • Audi A8L ($75K)

If you’re interested in Jim Jones’ Net Worth you may also enjoy:


Jim Jones’ Career

how much is jim jones worth

Jim Jones, born Joseph Guillermo Jones II, was an original member of The Diplomats (aka Dipset). He is also now the co-CEO of Diplomat Records. Over the years he’s become well known for his music video production as well as his rapping ability.

Music career

Between 2004 and 2005 Jones began to surface on the radio and streaming sites. “On My Way to Church,” his debut album, had two singles that made it to the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and peaked on the charts at number 18.

His very next album, “Harlem: Diary of a Summer,” sold 350,000 copies and numerous hits as well. Jones went on to produce three more studio albums and a number of mixtapes, including his popular “Vampire Life” series of tapes.

Jones’ estimated earnings from each album are as follows:

  • “Vampire Life 3” – $1.7 million+
  • “We Own the Night (EP)” – $1.4 million+
  • “Hustler’s P.O.M.E. ll” – $1 million+
  • “Pray lV Reign” – $700K+
  • “The Rooftop” – $600K+
  • “Capo” – $900K+
  • $2 million+ from other studio albums

Jones also released an album to accompany an off-Broadway musical (“Hip-Hop Monologues: Inside the Life and Mind of Jim Jones”) in which he headlined.

Other ventures

As mentioned above, music isn’t the only thing making Jim Jones money. He has a number of other ventures that have contributed to his income as well. For instance, he was the music video director for many of the early Dipset music videos.

In 2007, he began dipping his toes into the fashion business as well, launching his own rapper rockstar style. Currently, his “Vampire Life” brand clothing is only for sale in New York City but he is looking to expand it worldwide in the years to come.

You may recognize Jones from the VH1 reality TV shows “Love & Hip Hop: New York” and “Chrissy and Mr. Jones.” The rapper has also appeared in a number of small roles, including a part in one episode of HBO’s critically acclaimed show “The Wire.”

Controversies

Not everything in Jones’ career has been perfect though. As you may know, Jones is known for stirring up controversy in the world of rap and hip-hop. In the summer of 2006, a “diss track” by fellow rapper Tru-Life was released. The track was a clear shot at Jones. In response, Jones challenged Tru-Life to a fight (with $50K at stake). This led to further beef with successful rapper Jay Z.

Recently

Jones and Jay Z no longer hold any animosity towards one another. In 2017 Jones signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label. This came shortly after the end of the Dipset reunion tour. Either way, you look at it, Jones has been able to accumulate a substantial amount of wealth through his career. With a net worth of $10 million and continuing to earn $1 million+ each year, Jim Jones will likely be comfortable for many years to come.

What do you think about Jim Jones’ net worth? Let us know in the comments!

Photo: Billboard

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Save Money: Audit Your Home Energy Usage

Audit Your Home Energy Usage
With winter coming, many people will be performing home energy audits in their houses. They’ll be looking for areas where energy is literally escaping from their homes (and money is escaping from their wallets). It is something every homeowner should do at least once a year. So, how do you audit your home energy usage?

Why You Should Audit Your Home Energy Usage

Knowing how to audit your home’s energy usage is important because it can save you tons of money. Auditing the energy your home uses can make it more noticeable when you need new appliances. It will also be noted when something in your house isn’t working quite right. For instance, if the bill to heat your home is higher, you may need new insulation or you may need to check for loose baseboards, etc. Making these small changes can make hundreds of dollars of difference over the span of a year.

How to Audit Your Home Energy Usage

Auditing your home energy usage sounds more difficult than it is. There are a few main things you can check for around your home and, if you’re handy enough, fix yourself as well. Here’s how to audit your home energy usage:

1. Check for leaks. Look for drafts and leaks around your home. This includes air and water leaks. For “air” leaks or drafts, you’ll want to check the quality of the windows and be sure that all of the baseboards in your home are secure. The smallest of drafts can increase how much it costs to heat or cool your home. (Adjusting the thermostat may actually cost your MORE money.)

Similarly, water leaks around your home can significantly impact your water bill from month-to-month. Listen for your toilet to continue running after flushing, look for water spots under sinks and near baseboards, and keep an eye out for dripping faucets. Mending all of these items will positively affect the energy usage in your home.

2. Make renovations. In some cases, auditing your home energy usage can mean making some renovations. Many people find that they are in need of new insulation when they audit their home’s energy usage, especially if they live in an older home. If this is the case, you’ll need to replace the insulation in your home to get the most out of your heating and cooling system.

3. Buy new appliances. A few years ago there was a huge surge in people purchasing energy-efficient appliances. These appliances can help you save on your home energy cost greatly. An energy-efficient toilet, dishwasher, or washing machine can all save you money each month on water. Switching to energy-efficient appliances like an oven or refrigerator can also save you money on your electric bill.

4. Change out your light bulbs. If you haven’t done so already, swap out your current light bulbs with energy efficient ones. This can also save you money on your electric bill each month. Depending on how many bulbs you swap out, you may have a very noticeable change on your next month’s bill.

5. Keep an eye on your bill. This is key when you are attempting to audit your home energy usage. No matter how well you think you know your home, you’ll want to keep an eye on your energy bills (water, gas, and electric). If your bill is increasing unexpectedly, you’ll want to search for the reason why and fix it. After all, no one wants to pay any more than they have to!

Have additional home energy usage tips? Let us know in the comments!

Places Kids Eat Free

places where kids eat free

Most people enjoy going out to eat from time-to-time. There’s no mess to clean in the kitchen, no hassle and, for the most part, it is usually a great experience. Going out to eat with the family can get pricey though, which is why many restaurants have begun to offer days where kids eat free.

Places Kids Eat Free

This started years ago. Sit-down restaurants wanted to offer an incentive for families to come into the restaurant during the week (usually their slower days). Now, most restaurants have days of the week where kids eat free but what are they?

  1. Applebee’s: Kids eat free one day each week. The day of the week may vary by location and is available at participating locations only.
  2. Bennigan’s: Similar to Applebee’s, Bennigan’s offers a free meal for kids on a select day of the week. The day and availability may vary location-to-location.
  3. Backyard Burgers: Kids eat free on Tuesdays with the purchase of an adult combo meal.
  4. Bob Evans: Tuesdays are the day to get a free kids meal at Bob Evans (after 4 p.m. with the purchase of an adult meal).
  5. Captain D’s: Kids eat free at Captain D’s on Thursdays. The deal is good from open to close and you can get two free kid’s meals per paying adult.
  6. Chick-fil-A: On Tuesdays, kids eat free from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at Chick-fil-A. This must be purchased with an adult meal. It should also be noted that some Chick-fil-A locations charge $0.99 for their discounted kids meal.
  7. Ci-Ci’s Pizza: Kids under three eat free every day at Ci-Ci’s.
  8. Culver’s: All children get a free frozen custard with the purchase of a meal every day.
  9. Denny’s: Kids eat free on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m. You can get two free kids meals with the purchase of one adult meal. (At some locations, kids eat free at Denny’s on Saturdays as well.)
  10. Firehouse Subs: Hit your local Firehouse Subs location on Wednesday. Kids eat free all day with the purchase of an adult combo meal.
  11. Fuddruckers: On Mondays between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m., kids eat free at Fuddruckers.
  12. Hooters: Hooters offers kids a free meal from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Sunday.
  13. IHOP: IHOP offers various days when kids eat free. Check out the company’s Facebook page for regular updates on when the next “kids eat free” day will be.
  14. Lone Star Steakhouse: If you want a nice dinner out, you can feed the kids for free at Lone Star on Tuesdays. You can get up to two kid’s meals free with the purchase of one adult meal.
  15. Maggiano’s Little Italy: Kids eat free on Saturdays (only kids under 5).
  16. Moe’s Southwest Grill: Kids eat free at Moe’s on Tuesdays (one free meal per paying adult).
  17. On the Border: Your child can get a free sundae with the purchase of a meal every day at On the Border.
  18. Perkins: Kids eat free on Tuesdays at Perkins with the purchase of an adult meal.
  19. Pizza Hut: Your child can eat for free all day Tuesday at Pizza Hut.
  20. Qdoba: Kids eat free on Sundays and Wednesdays.
  21. Red Robin: Red Robin offers a free kid’s meal on Mondays for children 10 and under.
  22. Steak n’ Shake: Kids eat free all day Sunday (with the purchase of a $9+ adult entree).

For the most part, the deals and freebies mentioned above are only valid for children ages 12 and under. Some locations may have different restrictions so, if you’re wondering about any of these, in particular, give the restaurant a call!

Have any places kids eat free that we should add to the list? Let us know!

Photo: Room to Grow

How to Negotiate Cheaper Rent

 

how to get cheap rent

Recently, I’ve had some issues with my apartment complex. They’ve messed up my bill (three months in a row), neglected some basic maintenance and have forced me to sign up for a WiFi/cable program I didn’t really want. All of that being said, I’m still paying relatively low rent for the area in which I live but can I get it cheaper?

You’ve probably heard about those personal finance warriors that have a one-track mind that is always set to be thinking about saving and being financially sound. They may call a company every time their bill goes up (even just a few dollars) to negotiate it down or haggle prices with cable/telephone companies. So, how do you do that with something like rent?

How to Negotiate Cheaper Rent

I will be looking to renew my lease or move out in the spring and, from the sound of it, the complex normally increases the price of rent significantly after your first year (by $100 or more). There are a few things I will try doing before I move again though…

  1. Sign a longer lease. Most apartment complexes will give you a discount on your monthly rent if you sign a longer lease. For instance, at the complex I live in they quoted $1320 a month for a 6-month lease, $1275 for a 12-month lease and $1217 for a 14-month lease. We chose the 14-month lease to save money. If your complex offers something similar, you may consider doing the same.
  2. Bring up the fact you’ve paid on time. If you are gainfully employed and have paid your rent on time the entire time you’ve lived there, consider using that as a bargaining tool. After so many months (or the first year) of paying on time, the complex will look at you as a valued member of the community.
  3. Consider paying early. Some complexes will give you a 5% to 10% discount on your rent if you’re able to pay it a few days early. You can also pay months in advance. Many properties offer a significant discount if you’re able to pay 3-6 months of rent at a time. Ask your apartment’s manager if this option is available to you.
  4. Market your own skills. If you are trying to figure out how to negotiate cheaper rent, see if they need any assistance in the property office. Maybe they need help marketing to bring in new tenants or maybe they need some help keeping the grounds. Either way, they’ll knock some cash off your rent in exchange for work.
  5. Earn some cash back. Not all apartment complexes will be open to negotiation. If that is the case you may consider paying your rent online using a credit or debit card. Most cards have some kind of cash back reward or travel points you can earn. Though you won’t be getting cash off your rent, you’ll get cash back by paying online.

Lastly, when you go to negotiate a lower rent, gather some information about the properties nearby. Get an idea of what apartments in the area are going for and know what kind of haggling power you have. If you’re already paying below market in the area, you may not have much power when it comes to negotiating the price of your rent.

Have you negotiated cheaper rent in the past? How did you do it?

Photo: Think Glink

Jim Jones’ Net Worth

The entertainment business is no stranger to controversy and drama. For some, it seems like the more controversy you’re able to stir up, the better. Rapper Jim Jones is no stranger to controversy himself, finding himself in tight situations ASAP Mob, Jay-Z, and Azaelia Banks. But how has that impacted Jim Jones’ net worth overall?

Jim Jones’ Net Worth

Currently, Jim Jones’ net worth is estimated to be around $10 million. Like most individuals in the music industry, Jones has worked incredibly hard to get where he is. Born in the Bronx and raised in Harlem with a rough family life, Jones wasn’t exactly set up for success but he has been able to accrue millions. This is because he has employed one of the best financial practices (diversifying and securing multiple sources of income). While Jones is a rapper primarily, he has been able to expand his career greatly by opening other doors in the entertainment industry (acting, producing, etc.).

Jones made millions through his music career, no doubt. In fact, it is estimated that he makes about $1.4 million per year. While that is impressive, not all of that is contributing to Jim Jones’ net worth. The current estimate also includes investment earnings from 2008 of about $200,000. You can also attribute another $500K of Jones’ overall net worth to endorsement deals.

Most reports of his net worth also include the value of his many expensive vehicles:

  • Bentley GT ($70K)
  • Audi R8 ($80K)
  • Mercedes Benz G-Class ($100K)
  • Audi A8L ($75K)

If you’re interested in Jim Jones’ Net Worth you may also enjoy:


Jim Jones’ Career

how much is jim jones worth

Jim Jones, born Joseph Guillermo Jones II, was an original member of The Diplomats (aka Dipset). He is also now the co-CEO of Diplomat Records. Over the years he’s become well known for his music video production as well as his rapping ability.

Music career

Between 2004 and 2005 Jones began to surface on the radio and streaming sites. “On My Way to Church,” his debut album, had two singles that made it to the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and peaked on the charts at number 18.

His very next album, “Harlem: Diary of a Summer,” sold 350,000 copies and numerous hits as well. Jones went on to produce three more studio albums and a number of mixtapes, including his popular “Vampire Life” series of tapes.

Jones’ estimated earnings from each album are as follows:

  • “Vampire Life 3” – $1.7 million+
  • “We Own the Night (EP)” – $1.4 million+
  • “Hustler’s P.O.M.E. ll” – $1 million+
  • “Pray lV Reign” – $700K+
  • “The Rooftop” – $600K+
  • “Capo” – $900K+
  • $2 million+ from other studio albums

Jones also released an album to accompany an off-Broadway musical (“Hip-Hop Monologues: Inside the Life and Mind of Jim Jones”) in which he headlined.

Other ventures

As mentioned above, music isn’t the only thing making Jim Jones money. He has a number of other ventures that have contributed to his income as well. For instance, he was the music video director for many of the early Dipset music videos.

In 2007, he began dipping his toes into the fashion business as well, launching his own rapper rockstar style. Currently, his “Vampire Life” brand clothing is only for sale in New York City but he is looking to expand it worldwide in the years to come.

You may recognize Jones from the VH1 reality TV shows “Love & Hip Hop: New York” and “Chrissy and Mr. Jones.” The rapper has also appeared in a number of small roles, including a part in one episode of HBO’s critically acclaimed show “The Wire.”

Controversies

Not everything in Jones’ career has been perfect though. As you may know, Jones is known for stirring up controversy in the world of rap and hip-hop. In the summer of 2006, a “diss track” by fellow rapper Tru-Life was released. The track was a clear shot at Jones. In response, Jones challenged Tru-Life to a fight (with $50K at stake). This led to further beef with successful rapper Jay Z.

Recently

Jones and Jay Z no longer hold any animosity towards one another. In 2017 Jones signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label. This came shortly after the end of the Dipset reunion tour. Either way, you look at it, Jones has been able to accumulate a substantial amount of wealth through his career. With a net worth of $10 million and continuing to earn $1 million+ each year, Jim Jones will likely be comfortable for many years to come.

What do you think about Jim Jones’ net worth? Let us know in the comments!

Photo: Billboard