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Contractors Beware! $99 Advance Fee Job Scam

It was announced yesterday that the Better Business Bureau (BBB) is alerting contractors across the country to be on the look out for telephone solicitors attempting to convince them to sign up for an online program that offers free job leads. Apparently, numerous contractors have reported to the BBB about a scheme in which they paid a $99 background screening ... Read More »

What’s the Best Way to Keep Our Credit But Reduce Our Debt Payments? – Susan

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“Dear Steve, My husband was laid off and now receives unemployment; he is 51years old, with the rate of unemployment and his age it’s a lot harder to find another job. In addition, we live in a small town so the closest jobs available (if any) are over an hour away. He is in the electrical trade and was a ... Read More »

Josy Writes “My Real Estate Business Is Going Down The Drain”

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Josy “Dear Steve, I am in the Real Estate Business. We are also a General Contractor. We currently have close to 4 million dollars in property, but have 1 million dollars in debt. But with the curent economy situation, we have found ourselves in a rut. With little money to build and lots of property we know that if we ... Read More »

Does Money And Things Alone Bring You Happiness?

I’m not quite sure what really resonated with me about this video. I guess it is the fact that it is a message that I have heard before from other doctors when I was in the medical community. And it is a realization that I experienced myself in my life. The lessons about material wealth and happiness are ones that ... Read More »

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