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$300 is All it Would Have Taken

A number of studies over the years have indicated that a large percentage of personal bankruptcies could have been avoided with only an additional $300 a month.

It doesn’t seem like much, does it? $3,600 a year to avoid the pain, anguish, poor credit rating and embarrassment of filing for bankruptcy. And the losses incurred by creditors not paid, of course, get passed on to consumers. So we all end up paying for the insolvency and liquidation.

So if an extra $300 a month can prevent most bankruptcies, just think what an extra $500, $1,000 or $3,000 a month could do.

Imagine the vacations, college funds, retirement plans, new cars, better homes, debt elimination and charities that could be covered by generating the extra income.

And just think of the freedom that comes from KNOWING you can always create the income you need. THAT’S financial independence.

Whether you start a network marketing business, turn your hobby into an enterprise or create a lifestyle business, you will have greater freedom and also teach your children and others that profits are way better than wages.

Yes, you CAN create your own money machines. You really can. It requires some different thinking and it requires different training than you most likely have received.

It doesn’t take much money and there’s virtually no risk. You can start small and build from there. You can begin to monetize your knowledge, experience, interests and expertise.

If you think you’re ready, we recommend The Lifestyle Business System explained on this page . . .

If you’re not quite there yet, we suggest you get this super-inexpensive eBook. It will open your eyes to the possibilities. And when you decide to take the next step and enroll in the course, I’ll even give you credit for the few dollars you invested in the eBook. It’s called 20 Ways to Make $100 a Day Online. Find out more on this page . . .

Here at SuccessNet, we’re committed to helping you design, create and live your ideal life. Getting free from debt and being financially independent is certainly part of it.

P.S. One thing is for sure—things are highly unlikely to improve much unless you change something. And your financial freedom sure seems like it’s worth it. It’s never too late. You can do it. And we’d like to help.

P.P.S. If you’re already set financially and you’re living your ideal life, please share this article and these ideas with someone who is not yet as fortunate.

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