8 ways to boost your income now
If you're looking to put some extra cash in your pocket -- or your savings account -- check out these ideas for how to accomplish that goal.
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For those in their 30's and 40's, I understand your desire to work hard and to buy a home if you haven't already. I understand your desire to "get ahead" in life. I applaud you! However, I would also ask you to think of something else. The more money you make, the more you will have to give to those who won't work. And, if you buy that large house on the hill with the three car garage and park your little red sports car inside, guess what your "FREE" government is going to do when you get old? Pray you don't go into a nursing home or need a lot of medical care. Your (and mine) FREE government will take what you worked so hard for to pay the excessive charges of your care. Enjoy your money now! If you let them get it, it will go for half million dollar hotels when they are overseas.
"JW COLLINS" you need to get your head out of your *ss. Stop blaming the republicans for everything. The fact is neither Republican or Democrat really want to raise taxes on the rich or business.
First, business does not pay taxes. Any taxes they do pay get passed along to us the consumer. Second, the government (Republican and Democrat) do not want to tax the rich because they are the people who write the big campaign checks.
Proof, the Democrats controlled both the House and Senate during the first 2 years of Obama and then did not raise any taxes on the rich, or decrease taxes on the middle class. They did not close any loop holes for the rich. The Republicans did not have enough members to even get a spit-ball fight going. In fact while the middle class was being kicked out of their homes the government turned a blind eye to the banks and auto companies paying big bonuses to the executives who got us in to this mess in the first place.
The time has come for we the people to take off our blinders and start holding both sides accountable.
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There are a lot of MLM type companies that will pay you for your efforts. I have done a couple before. I sold AVON for about 4 years. I did really well but it was only part time and I decided to quit because my business got too big and I didn't have time for both AVON and my full-time job. The thing is that AVON, while its a great company with great products, you just don't make as much money for your efforts as you can with some other companies. I ended up choosing my full-time job because of the health insurance. However, I am a government contractor and we have been having A LOT of lay-offs. I still have my job but hours are reduced and the company just notified us that we will be paying more for our health insureance. I startd up with another MLM company, 4Life Research, and even though I haven't sold but $140 worth of products, I made $68 right off the bat. My mother has been with this company for a year and she is now steadily bringing in $200 - $400 a week. That's why I started. They also give away $100 - $1000 every month as well as exotic vacations and trip to seminars and stuff. 4Life’s compensation plan, called the Life Rewards Plan is designed to reward you for your hard work. As you sell more products, increase your sales volume, and enroll others into your organization, you have the opportunity to qualify for bigger incentives.
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