STARTING A BUSINESS — LIVING THE MINIMALIST LIFE — WHEN LESS IS MORE

“AS AN AMAZON ASSOCIATE I EARN FROM QUALIFYING PURCHASES”

HOW ABOUT A BUSINESS YOU CAN WORK FROM HOME OWNING A DISTRIBUTORSHIP — CLICK NOW
OR FROM THE BEACH OR ANYWHERE THEIR IS A WIFI.

INVESTMENT OF LESS THAN A COUPLE HUNDREDS DOLLARS AND A FEW HOURS A
WEEK YOU CAN HAVE A FABLOUS BUSINEJSS YOU CAN CALL YOUR OWN AND PASS
OWN TO YOUR CHILDREN.

A BUSINESS FOR YOUR CHILDREN AND
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A BUSINESS YOU COULD LEAVE YOUR CHILDREN
WHAT MORE THIS IS A BUSINESS YOU CAN REALLY BE PROUD OFF. ADDITIONAL INCOME,
TRAVEL, NEW CAR BONSUS, AND MOST OF ALL SOMETHING THAT YOU OWN.

ITS A GREAT FEELING TO WAKE UP AND KNOW WHAT YOU’RE WORKINGON IS

YOURS, GENERATIONX, LET MAKE IT HAPPEN. MILLIONs OF PEOPLE WILL START A HOW
BASED BUSINESS THIS YEAR. WILL YOU BE ONE OF THEN.

26 MILLIONS AMERICIANS ARE UNEMPLOYED — WHY SET AROUND HOME JUST
WATCHING TELEVISON WHEN YOU CAN BE BUILDING A BUSINESS FOR YOU
AND YOUR FAMILY.

INVESTING IN REAL ESTATE

INVESTING IN REAL ESTATE IS ONE OF THE MOST PROFITABLE BUSINESS
IN THE US. AW, BEFORE YOU SAY YES. GRAB A BOOK FROM YOUR LOCAL BOOK
STORE ON BUYING AND FLIPPING HOUSES. FUNDING YOUR INVESTMENTS CAN
COME FROM A SECOND BUSINESS A SECOND BUSINESS FOR REAL ESTATE INVESTING
PLEASE COMMENT ON INVESTING. ALL COMMENTS WILL BE POSTED THAT HELPFUL.

First time homebuyers are realizing the American Dream. While renting for
a short period of time is fine, building equity, with the tax advantages
is a wealth changing game plan. Homeownership is both wise and profitable
and quite enjoyable.
Do you know what OPM stands for in Real Estate????????

CONSUMERS — AMERICAN OWE 13 TRILLION DOLLARS IN DEBT –CORONAVIRUS/PANDEMIC — NEXT — WHAT COMING NEXT????

Debt is an obligation that requires one party, the debtor, to pay money or other agreed-upon value to another party, the creditor.

Debt is a deferred payment, or series of payments, which differentiates it from an immediate purchase.

The debt may be owed by sovereign state or country, local government, company, or an individual. Commercial debt is generally subject to contractual terms regarding the amount and timing of repayments of principal and interest.

Loans, bonds, notes, and mortgages are all types of debt. The term can also be used metaphorically to cover moral obligations and other interactions not based on economic value.

For example, in Western cultures, a person who has been helped by a second person is sometimes said to owe a “debt of gratitude” to the second person.

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Focusing on staying safe and healthy is the number one concern of everyone but
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Healthy Living is a must for everyone. As the coronavirus continue to spread
everywhere and ounce of prevention is worth pound of cure.
Millions are asking what coming next?? No one knows the future except God, but
some steps are in order. A little caution is better than a great regret. The more
anyone know the better off they are.

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ENCOURAGE AND INSPIRE — SET THE EXAMPLE FOR OTHERS TO FOLLOW. THIS IS AN INVESTMENT IN FAMILY AND FRIENDS THAT OTHERS WILL ENJOY SUCCESS AND HAPPENESS. IT COST NOTHING AND YOU WILL BE BLESS FOR DOING SO.

DISPOSAL INCOME VS LIVING PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK — GETTING THAT NEXT PROMOTION — PAY RAISE — STARTING A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN

INVEST IN YOUR SELF WITH HOW TO — POSITIVE LITERATURE

HOME SCHOOL – HOME SCHOOLING — LEARN AT HOME

Homeschooling, also known as home education, is the education of children at home or a variety of places other than school. Home education is usually conducted by a parent, tutor, or an online teacher. Many families use less formal ways of educating. “Homeschooling” is the term commonly used in North America, whereas “home education” is commonly used in the United Kingdom, Europe, and in many Commonwealth countries.

WHAT EVERY SUMMER CLOSET SHOULD HAVE. SWIMWEAR, BRIGHT TOPS, COLORFUL SHORTS AND BEAUTIFUL TOPS.

BUYING A TIMESHARE–DO YOUR HOMEWORK

Many prospective buyers are stuck when it comes to deciding what important factors that one should consider when buying a timeshare. The buyers today are much more informed than the buyers of few years back. They are more knowledgeable about what they are buying and have done their homework before taking a major step. But still many buyers get confused when asked if they have a checklist of things to consider before buying a timeshare.
The following paragraphs provide you with a checklist to make sure that you are not missing the important criterions that should be weighed against the timeshare you are buying.
If you are buying timeshare through a broker make sure that he is licensed. Also find out his reputation in handling timeshares and the success rate. And do not hesitate to ask any questions related to your timeshare. Some of the good questions to ask are:
Many prospective buyers are stuck when it comes to deciding what important factors that one should consider when buying a timeshare. The buyers today are much more informed than the buyers of few years back.
They are more knowledgeable about what they are buying and have done their homework before taking a major step. But still many buyers get confused when asked if they have a checklist of things to consider before buying a timeshare.
The following paragraphs provide you with a checklist to make sure that you are not missing the important criterions that should be weighed against the timeshare you are buying.
If you are buying timeshare through a broker make sure that he is licensed. Also find out his reputation in handling timeshares and the success rate. And do not hesitate to ask any questions related to your timeshare.
* What is the maintenance fee of the resort and do they keep raising it every year, if yes how much?
* What are the chances of getting a best timeshare like in a desired week?
* By what date you should make the reservation at the earliest?
* Are there any extra benefits accompanying your timeshare?
* Do the timeshare company has bonus week program?
* Can you exchange or trade your timeshare without joining an exchange company?
Also try to enquire from the broker about the point system.
Some reputable firms sell the timeshares for more if they have points system. Ask him if this is reasonable or you are better of buying a resale. Also the factors that determine the cost of timeshare units are demand for a particular week may be high so the price may be high, also demand for a particular location may be high.
The size of the unit also affects the price, the bigger units are easy to trade in and exchange hence they are in more demand. Also the reputation of the firm owning the timeshare resort is an important factor.
See the unit before you buy, in many cases the descriptions provided by the timeshare company or the re-seller turns out to be misleading like the location, size of the unit etc.
If you cannot see it, if your family members or friends lives near the location tell them to go and see the unit. Also try to get references. When you go and see the unit ask the neighbors what they think of the amenities and the management. You can also enquire from them:
* What they think of the resort?
* Time since they have been vacationing in this resort?
* Are dates easy get without much problems?
* Is the management company good and are they satisfied?
* How about the maintenance fees and other fees? Do they have a good record or they raise it too frequently?
* Is it easy to make reservations and exchanges?
* Are developers planning on improving the property in near future?
Do your homework to find out the prices in the area you are buying. Internet can come handy for checking the prices for example auction sites such as eBay and bidshare.com.
Keep in mid that if you are buying a resale timeshare unit it should be as cheap as half the price of the new timeshare unit that developers sell. If you are buying a new timeshare through a timeshare company read everything carefully in fine print before signing any contracts.
While buying a resale timeshare ask the seller why they are selling it because there can be an underlying problem in their reason to sell like problems with management company or inconvenience.
You can get a feel of the potential problems that you may also have to face and can decide whether you may be able to handle it or not.
Also make sure that there are no past dues on maintenance fees and property taxes, it will add up to your cost. If you take care of all these important factors you should be able to make a smarter decision in buying a timeshare.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON TIMESHARE INFORMATION
HOW TO CANCEL YOUR TIMESHARE CONTRACT AUTHOR BY MICHAEL KEEN .99

VETERAN/THOSE WHOM HAVE SERVED — QUALIFYING FINANCIALLY FOR IMPROVED PENSION WITH AID AND ATTENDANCE

Qualifying financially for VA Improved Pension with Aid and Attendance requires that asset and income tests be met.

Unfortunately, the VA does not provide “red line” asset and income limits and instead uses formulas.

Income:

To qualify for the maximum award, GROSS household income from all sources (including that of the spouse if married) must be totally consumed by Unreimbursed Medical Expenses (“UME”) which may include payments made to a family caregiver (other than the spouse).

Payments to a caregiver must be evidenced (copies of cashed checks) and an affidavit signed by both the caregiver and the care recipient indicating the type of care being provided, the frequency of the care, and the amount of compensation must be submitted.

As a previous poster suggested, payments for care to a family member may cause an issue with Medicaid eligibility and a properly drafted agreement between the family caregiver and the person providing care is recommended.

Assets:

There is no stipulated asset limit although many will incorrectly state that there is a limit of $50,000 for an individual and $80,000 for a couple.

These numbers only apply to VA internal processing and have nothing to do with qualification.

In determining an “asset limit” the VA looks at the family’s “gross estate” (essentially everything except the homestead residence, automobile and personal effects) and asks the following question:

“If the gross estate is divided by life expectancy, will the result cover reported unreimbursed medical expenses for the life of the claimant?”.

If the answer is “yes”, no award. If the answer is “no” an award may be granted.
Other matters:

A partial award may be granted which seems to be the case here. Continue reading “VETERAN/THOSE WHOM HAVE SERVED — QUALIFYING FINANCIALLY FOR IMPROVED PENSION WITH AID AND ATTENDANCE”

NEW CAR BONSUS — PLUS A SECOND STREAM OF INCOME — BUILDING WEALTH IN YOUR SPARETIME

READY FOR A NEW CAR. READY FOR A NEW SUV OR A NEW PICKUP????
WHY NOT JOIN THE NEW CAR BONUS — NO CAR NOTE
MOST FAMILIES WILL NOT BE ABLE TO AFFORD A LARGE SUV WHICH COST
$50,000 PLUS.

YET IT WOULD BE WONDERFUL TO ROLL IN ONE. THIS IS
ONE WAY ANYONE OF GENERATIONX OR ANY GENERATION CAN.

JUST AN OPPORTUNITY. PLEASE COMMENT AND MOST OF ALL CLICK AND SEE HOW ANYONE
CAN RIDE IN THE CAR OF THEIR CHOICE.
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