The Tax Payer as Gilligan by Kemberly Wardlaw
... (As this episode ends and the closing credits roll, we rejoin the final verse of our amended Gilligan’s Island tune) … “So this is the tale of our inflation rates, they're here for a long, long time. You’ll have to make the best of things, it's an uphill climb. Our law makers and bureaucrats will try their very best, to make the nation comfortable, with a fiscal mess. No rights, no wrongs, no benefits, not a single guaranty, like generations before yours now, it's challenging as can be.
Insurance - Don't Let Health Care Hijack Your Retirement by Jeffery Voudrie
... Generic drugs can save you a bundle. Researching prescription plans, prices and ordering options can take a good deal of time and can be somewhat confusing. But the savings can really add up. The good news in all of this is that today’s seniors are living longer and better than ever. And this is due in large part to the great strides in medical research. We may hate to pay more each year for our health care, but it’s that very care that is greatly increasing our quality of life.
Photos Are Words by Rohn Engh
... the recent past), 600,000 images, was bought for $3.83 per image. If you figure $2.53 average per average image, with your own collection of, say, 100,000 edited and keyworded images, the math says these ‘remainder’ images could be bought for $253,000. The images in your present-day editorial files may not sell briskly immediately, but your images have a good chance of selling in the future when they are included collectively on the new largest-in-the-world database of photos, the Internet.
Building Wealth – The Steady & Low Risk Way to Do It by Sacha Tarkovsky
... Good growth potential to risk Land in the right location tends appreciate at a strong upward rate, with very low downside risk and tends to have far better risk reward for example than mutual funds. 2. Land is cheap and easy to invest in Land is cheaper than property and is easy to invest in and can be sold quickly for profit in prime locations. 3. Land investing tends to be common sense All that is required to invest in land is to pick locations where there is a high probability of ...
Compounding: The Science Of Exponential Money Generation by Martin Thomson
... You watch, but the calculator sits patiently within your line of sight. During one of the ad breaks, you get another idea. What if you could find some other investment vehicle to grow your money? What if you could find somebody that offered more interest? You don't know where you will find somebody willing to offer you this much interest but you try it 30% at 30 years. Wow. $3000 turns into $7, 859,983! Wow! you hum to yourself. You begin to pay a lot of attention to your calculator, the ...
The Key To Success With A Home Based, Network Marketing Business by Donovan Baldwin
... If I mentioned that having a calculator was important, the next day everybody had a calculator. One day I mentioned that a certain reference book would help them out, and the next day I found out that the company store had sold out of that book a few minutes after I released the class. IT REMINDED ME OF WHEN I HAD BEEN A SERGEANT IN THE ARMY. I had been there, done that, and was obviously concerned about the lives and families of my soldiers. They knew that I cared, and if I recommended ...