Why Tax Preparation Is Important For You

Posted by Willow Tufts | Posted in Financial Advisement, Taxes | Posted on 22-06-2016

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The traditional way of filing taxes used to be so complicated, tedious, and time-consuming, but with the modern ways these days it is possible to effectively file taxes within a shorter amount of time. Since there are programs and tools that makes tax filing so much easier these days, it is now possible to have all taxes filed and done within a short amount of time. The convenience and accuracy is staggering.

 

taxThe task of filing taxes and tax returns can be quite nerve-racking for individual taxpayers. This makes tax preparation help vital to all taxpayers. At the same time, it reduces the burden of having to cope with documentation and other lengthy procedures.  It is not smart to wait until the deadline is near before you begin your tax return preparation, so don’t! Prepare now!

 

 

 

Tax Preparation For You

Having your taxes prepared for you will no out-of-pocket costs sounds great doesn’t it? Not only does it make your life easier, but it will help you credit as well!

 

But wait, there’s more!

How does an audit of the past 3 years of tax returns sound? Not only does this ensure security on your part, but they also repair allowing you to get the maximum refund for you.

Aaaaaand…

Tax advice and appointments for the upcoming year!

 

I know, sounds too good to be true. But honestly, tax preparation is available at The Sub Prime Credit Store. They are the one stop shop for you to get your financial life on track and ready to go!

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The 1 (Other) Way To Get Out of Debt With 6 Tips

Posted by ITPN Writer | Posted in Financial Advisement | Posted on 22-06-2016

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Don’t Pay It, Then “Pay As Agreed Upon”

In a prior post, The 1 Way To Get Out Of Debt: Pay It Off  says the only way to pay off debt is to pay it off and that’s true…expect there’s a loop hole, a worm hole…debt forgiveness.

Get That Monkey, Money Off Your Back, Throw It Off

This title is another way to say: settle your debt, but don’t do. not. call it that. And well, pay off some of it. This is GREAT news…that’s a whole chunk of change not pouring out of your future paychecks.

HOW TO/debt

The short and sweet is this: save a lump sum, and in a negotiation with collectors aim for 50% and barter.
Meanwhile…save. It’s easy to say and hard to do. Saving is less painful when it’s just a habit, but here’s the fine print:

If you were good at saving you probably wouldn’t be in debt.

Perhaps You Can Use Your Income Tax Return You Got Easily, Automatically Through The Income Tax Planning Network

SO-Let it default…by not paying it. It will be purchased by a collection agency. Not a secret: For much, much less…paid pennies for your debt. Not A Secret: Bills going into collections isn’t typically advisable. It knocks your credit score…Learn something useful here. 

Once you complete these things…begin a process to get a large percentage of your debt forgiven…

  • negotiate with with lean holder for some reduction
  • then form a repayment plan for the rest
  • OR ask for a large reduction but pay off the remaining sum in one lump

In a prior article The 1 Way To Get Out Of Debt: Pay It Off is true…expect there’s a loop hole, a worm hole…you can bury the debt – with debt forgiveness.

Credit Cards in their hard lined plastic burning a hole in your wallet…The paperless paperwork about the interest rate, pages of fine print…gives an impression that these things are set in stone.

Read The Normal Print, Learn These 6 Tips!

There is a 6 tip process that Tiffany Alichi wrote for the Huffington Post in an article about debt settlement. 

ONE/

Make sure the debt is yours by requesting a Debt Verification/Validation Letter. You can request one verbally or by faxing/mailing a letter to your creditor.Here is a template for you to use

TWO/

Armed with that letter confirm that the debt is not zombie debt. What is that? DO NOT agree to make a payment until you know that. A payment of any amount will “re-age”…that’s what they call it, but it returns the zombie to life…re-set! the credit card debt. No, thank you.

THREE /

It’s time to negotiate!  Collectors have quotas to meet, and so far they are humans and not bots. Call towards the end of the month, because you’ll have a better shot at a better deal. 50% is the dream, but you’ll have more success if you start low, like 30% of what you owe, and pay the rest in a lump sum, called the-money-you-saved.

FOUR/

Get The Agreement In Writing. You want this dealio to be called “paid as agreed upon” – NOT settled. Do not call it “settled”. This is VERY important for your credit report. Own that fact in writing…that paper trail can help you if you have to prove otherwise.

FIVE/

Pay taxes on what you negotiated down! Good job. If you negotiate less than $600 settled debt then you do not have to pay taxes on it. 

SIX/

Again, get the agreement in writing. Then once the dust settles, then repair your credit. Check your credit report for errors. Better yet, let someone else do it in a package deal where you get some services you may also need…meanwhile…repairing you credit. Here is a great place to do that (plus more) at the Sub Prime Credit Store.

You might see a major perk of paying off your debt! A rise in your credit score!

debtIt Is KEY That You Make The Offer Attractive…Get Out Of That Debt

Use your savings. Use your income tax return to pay off a percentage of your debt in one sweep and the rest is forgiven. With a little planning…anything is possible. Join The Income Tax Planning Network. 

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The 1 Way To Get Out Of Debt: Pay It Off

Posted by ITPN Writer | Posted in Financial Advisement | Posted on 21-06-2016

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Get That Monkey Off Your Back, Give It All Your Money

If you research “how to get out of credit card debt” – You’ll find a few articles titled something about the 6 ways to get out of debt.

We know the truth…the only way to get out of debt is to pay it off. You cannot bake it in the oven and turn it into cookies. You cannot eat some many cookies you forget about the debt. It is not out-of-sight-out-of-existence…You cannot meet a genie and get three wishes. You can meet someone and marry into wealthy, maybe. But that blessed person is still going to do the one thing: pay it off.

Here Are Those 6 tips That Might Give You The Framework To Suck It In, Buck It Up and Pay Those Credit Cards, Mortgage and Auto Loan..Any Debt…Off.

  1. Pay the highest interest rate down first. debt
    • Pay the minimum payment on all cards but the highest interest rate…pay as much as you humanly can let out of your clutches…
    • When that card is gone, throw all extra money at the next highest interest rate and minimize interest accumulation to the max. 
    • The bonus is: you’ll save the most money long-term
  2. Or do the exact opposite with the “snowball” method. 
    • Pay the lowest balance first, because you can knock it out quicker.
    • That boost in confidence will give you the pat-pat you need to keep going.
    • This isn’t maximizing your pocket ball, but it might maximize your will power with some emotional button pushing: Seeing progress faster, keeps you going longer.
    • Pick 1 OR 2 – It doesn’t matter much because you just have to do the one thing: pay it off.
  3. Transfer balances and chase 0% interest
    • Be really responsible with this option
      1. Automate those payments so you don’t miss them. One missed due date and you could be slapped with the interest rate and all would be for naught. Do not make new purchases on the cards. I’m going to repeat that in tip 4.
  4.  Budget
    • Probably you have some debt because you didn’t have a budget. Sometimes you have a budget and things come up and and that little bit you dug into debt is a sink hole…
    • Do not keep paying for things on any of the cards – Put them away, hidden.
      • Even if you really need that thing…
        • You don’t actually need it. Go without it.
    • Budgeting isn’t easy. And you you research that question you’ll get 100+ tips. Read This article about it…
  5. Start an emergency fund “Give it all your money” – not all your money, because you’ll set aside some in this fund to prevent future credit card spending.
      • The ease on your mind: priceless.
    • Pretend you have another credit card that you need to pay, and pay it to yourself
    • It’s helpful to build your savings before focusing on debt.
  6. Switch to cash
    • An interesting study showed something that we find intuitively to be true. If we want a good we are willing to pay more for it when we buy with credit and we are willing to be pay less for it when we pay with cash.Paying for things in cash will allow you to spend smarter because you can see the money and therefore see the value of the dollar, better.

debtHere Is A Bonus Tip With Lucky #7: Sink Your Entire Tax Return Into Your Debt Every Year And Make Minimum Payments The Rest Of The Months.

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Loan vs. Credit Card: Which Should I Get?

Posted by Willow Tufts | Posted in Financial Advisement, Personal Finance | Posted on 21-06-2016

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Getting strapped for cash is the worst. But when you are in that situation, it is difficult to empty-wallet loanknow what is the right route for you and your wallet. When you need to borrow money to cover an expense, you might consider a credit card or a personal loan. Deciding which is better depends on your situation. Lets weigh your options.

Why Credit Card?

  • Because of their high interest rates, credit cards are best for short-term financial needs. Use a credit card only for purchases that you’ll be able to pay off by the due date, like daily expenses or monthly bills.
  • You could use cash or your debit card for these same purchases, but credit cards have benefits outside of free short-term financing. Many cards come with cash or travel rewards — typically ranging from 1% to 2% of what you spend — as well as certain perks you won’t get with cash or debit.

Why A Loan?

  • Personal loans are best used for longer-term financial needs. This could include things like expenses for adopting a child, starting a small business or consolidating credit card or other debt. Since personal loans typically have better interest rates than credit cards, they’re a better option if you aren’t able to pay off your balance in full monthly.
  • If you’re considering using a personal loan to consolidate credit card debt, first assess how long it will take you to pay off the debt. Consolidating credit card debt with a personal loan typically makes sense only if it will take you more than six months to pay off. Otherwise, the amount of interest you’ll save will be negligible at best for the amount of effort to obtain a loan.

The Bottom Line

Credit cards are ideal for short-term balances that you canstuffed-wallet1 pay off each month, while personal loans are for medium- or long-term debt. They are both outstanding options to help you out of a tight spot. So weigh your options and get yourself the financial help that you need!

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Friendly Reminder! You Don’t Have To Keep A Balance On a Credit Card To Build Credit! It’s a #myt…

Posted by wpadmin | Posted in Financial Advisement, Government, Personal Finance | Posted on 14-06-2016

Friendly Reminder! You Don't Have To Keep A Balance On a Credit Card To Build Credit!

It's a #myth! Busted.

Sometimes when we let others handle our books, we OUT-OF-SIGHT-OUT-OF-MIND !

With #CBB  you can always SEE your books, like a pocketbook, taking it with you where ever you go.

Try not to carry that balance around either!
Don't burn your money on interest, buddy.

How to Conduct the Burning Money Experiment

How to Conduct the Burning Money Experiment. The ‘burning money’ experiment is a fun and educational experiment where you set money on fire without burning it! This is bound to impress others. Make a solution of water and rubbing alcohol….

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What Is the Difference Between a Charge Card and a Credit Card? A Credit Card is bad. A Charge Ca…

Posted by wpadmin | Posted in Financial Advisement, Government, Personal Finance | Posted on 14-06-2016

What Is the Difference Between a Charge Card and a Credit Card?

A Credit Card is bad.
A Charge Card is good.

Well, it's more grey.

A #chargecard is like the "dog house" version of a credit card…you have to pay off the balance every month. You cannot carry a balance. Repeat for our credit heavy nation…you hold the cash – or debit and you pay the whole balance every month.

You can use a credit card like a charge card but you CAN carry a balance – and the amount you can carry is your line or credit…if you used a credit card LIKE a charge card then you can increase your line of credit…but if you pay it off every month you don't need more credit.

You might need a l o n g line of #credit for things like home loans, personal loans and car loans, though.

The Fable of Charge Dog and Credit Dog

Most people are sheep — and can make mistakes by following a poor idea.

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A Charge Ca…
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Orlando Shooting Reminding Us To: Protect Identity

Posted by wpadmin | Posted in Business and Corporations, Financial Advisement, Government, Identity Theft | Posted on 13-06-2016

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ShareFollow UsThe Orlando shooting by terrorist, auto-matic gunman Omar Mateen brings up a lot of questions if you think critically. If not…just read. Gun Control: “Good Guys” V “Bad Guys” For Gun Control everyone wants to keep the weapons out of the hands of the dangerous. Some, like Trump, too many probably, think that a […]

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The Best Way to Get Involved In Real Estate Investing, Is With The Complete Real Estate Site You …

Posted by wpadmin | Posted in Business and Corporations, Financial Advisement, Government | Posted on 10-06-2016

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The Best Way to Get Involved In Real Estate Investing, Is With The Complete Real Estate Site

You read that correct in the title. If you're even the slightest bit interested in real estate or investing in some form of real estate, go straight to the #completerealestatesite  and get started. Become a "Real Estate Guru" by learning the up's and down's and left's and right's of everything real estate. The site will walk you through it too! Too easy!

4 Reasons Complete Real Estate Site Should Be Your Go To Website

The Complete Real Estate Site should be your go to website for all people who are interested in anything real estate. Click here for more information!

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Are You Making The Same Mistake With Your 401K Like Most Millennials? The mistake is simple: they …

Posted by wpadmin | Posted in Business and Corporations, Financial Advisement, Government | Posted on 10-06-2016

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Are You Making The Same Mistake With Your 401K Like Most Millennials?
The mistake is simple: they don't have one.
No retirement.
The kids are out the house, graduating college…thinking about mortgages, marriages and kids and 'parallel careers'…all those jobs.Most Millennials are not thinking about #retirement. Many #millennials work part-time, at multiple jobs…and part-time careers do not always offer a 40lk. Part might be a general apathy in Millennials and throwing their money down the tube of student loans is depressing.
But a #401k  would be pretty great for that mental health, and obviously for retirement.
Less fun now for some food later.
What a drag.
Making your bookkeeping an automated responsibility is just as easy for a 401k. #CBB  can track it for you!

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Millennials Are Making A Tragic Mistake With Their 401(k)s Instead of letting their #401(k) gath…

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Millennials Are Making A Tragic Mistake With Their 401(k)s

Instead of letting their #401(k) gathering all the money-blood than can over the lifetime of your career. Millennials get analytical like they do – look at their losses some quarter and pull the money, bleed-out. This will bite them later on.

Here's an alternative idea. Frustrated with the current returns on your get-old-well fund? Turn it into a self-directed #IRA and use that to purchase real estate…the return on the property when you flip it…if you flip it…or the rent monthly goes into the account. You just bought something concrete that reads as part of the net-worth of the account, still collecting…as it sits collecting either worth in that bull market appraisal…or collecting rent as well capitalizing on your return down you old, wiser road. You baller.

The Real Smart Thing To Do With Your 401(k) Is To Invest In Real Estate – The Complete Real Estate Site

Millennials are showing us what not to do with their 401(k), and here’s a smarter option if you use these secrets to your benefit!

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Life just happens, good or bad, for many families out there in the United States. There’s no denying it. Single mothers, even single fathers: low-income families have a burden on their shoulders where basic bookkeeping becomes a stress of mammoth proportions due to the fact that there’s never enough income generated to pay necessary bills just to make it day by day.

So what has to be in place? Simply put, government aid. It’s almost a necessity for low-income families. But whether you think it’s a crutch or not, and whether many simply seem to take advantage of the benefits offered by the government, one thing is clear — even the families that do work hard seem to only make it by the skin of their teeth, having to pull from their next paychecks to pay back someone who lent money, or robbing “Peter” to pay numerous “Pauls,” because the fact is this — government aid can only do so much in comparison to personal finances (and, yet, there’s so much going into those funds that it may shock you).

Here Are Five Facts That Just Might Blow You Away With Respect to Government Aid and Low-Income Familieslow-income families

What Do These Facts Mean to You? That They Prove Benefits Don’t Benefit?

On the contrary…. They certainly make their mark. If it wasn’t for these programs, you’d have single parents on minimum wage or low-income families stuck in homeless shelters without any way to make the rent payment. That’s just a matter of fact….

But when you’ve got a certain fast-food chain making anywhere around $4.8BB in annual profits, it begs the question about employment — why not pay your workers what they earn with all the hours they put in, or want to put in, so they can get off of government aid and not have to pick and choose on their expenses?

Your average low-income worker will have just over $6K in annual income and about $11K in benefits for food, rent and child care. How’s that for a perspective on low-income families?

ITPN recognizes there’s a problem with the current system we have in place. So let’s fix it. Now.

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Life just happens, good or bad, for many families out there in the United States. There’s no denying it. Single mothers, even single fathers: low-income families have a burden on their shoulders where basic bookkeeping becomes a stress of mammoth proportions due to the fact that there’s never enough income generated to pay necessary bills just to make it day by day.

So what has to be in place? Simply put, government aid. It’s almost a necessity. But whether you think it’s a crutch or not, and whether many simply seem to take advantage of the benefits offered by the government, one thing is clear — even the families that do work hard seem to only make it by the skin of their teeth, having to pull from their next paychecks to pay back someone who lent money, or robbing “Peter” to pay numerous “Pauls,” because the fact is this — government aid can only do so much in comparison to personal finances (and, yet, there’s so much going into those funds that it may shock you).

Here Are Five Facts That Just Might Blow You Away With Respect to Government Aid and Low-Income Familieslow-income families

  • Minimum Wage Jobs Don’t Often Guarantee Raises or Even Consistent Workweeks — Take it from many particular employees, most of them part-time, for certain fast-food chains. When the paychecks aren’t the same every other week, that makes budgeting all the more difficult for low-income families. Find out what those figures are right here.
  • Food Stamps, While Extensive, Can Fluctuate and Also Promote Bad Health — Think about it for a moment. There’s a lot of money already going into the fund, but the big problem is just what you can exactly buy with your food stamps. This is typically how it would work for a single mother with a low wage of $7.50/hour.
  • Yes, Low-Income Families Do Put Their Share Into Child Care Benefits — As much as they can possibly put into it, at least…. Given the kind of income they’re literally forced to bring in. Want to know just what they could be responsible for each week?
  • Additionally, Low-Income Families Do Put Their Share Into Rent and Housing Costs — Granted, there are no handouts. But the numbers might actually shock you when you put it into perspective like this.
  • Medicaid Will Only Provide for “so Much” to the Point That You’ll Just Want to Get By — It’s basic health insurance. But it’ll only cover certain procedures, prescriptions and other costs, plus there’s still some out-of-pocket concerns at such a low minimum wage that make Medicaid a bit laughable (not due to the government’s lack of assistance, though, and you’ll see why right here).

What Do These Facts Mean to You? That They Prove Benefits Don’t Benefit?

On the contrary…. They certainly make their mark. If it wasn’t for these programs, you’d have single parents on minimum wage or low-income families stuck in homeless shelters without any way to make the rent payment. That’s just a matter of fact….

But when you’ve got a certain fast-food chain making anywhere around $4.8BB in annual profits, it begs the question about employment — why not pay your workers what they earn with all the hours they put in, or want to put in, so they can get off of government aid and not have to pick and choose on their expenses?

Your average low-income worker will have just over $6K in annual income and about $11K in benefits for food, rent and child care. How’s that for a perspective?

ITPN recognizes there’s a problem with the current system we have in place. So let’s fix it. Now.

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Life just happens, good or bad, for many families out there in the United States. There’s no denying it. Single mothers, even single fathers: low-income families have a burden on their shoulders where basic bookkeeping becomes a stress of mammoth proportions due to the fact that there’s never enough income generated to pay necessary bills just to make it day by day.

So what has to be in place? Simply put, government aid. It’s almost a necessity. But whether you think it’s a crutch or not, and whether many simply seem to take advantage of the benefits offered by the government, one thing is clear — even the families that do work hard seem to only make it by the skin of their teeth, having to pull from their next paychecks to pay back someone who lent money, or robbing “Peter” to pay numerous “Pauls,” because the fact is this — government aid can only do so much in comparison to personal finances (and, yet, there’s so much going into those funds that it may shock you).

Here Are Five Facts That Just Might Blow You Away With Respect to Government Aid and Low-Income Familieslow-income families

  • Minimum Wage Jobs Don’t Often Guarantee Raises or Even Consistent Workweeks — Take it from many particular employees, most of them part-time, for certain fast-food chains. When the paychecks aren’t the same every other week, that makes budgeting all the more difficult for low-income families. Find out what those figures are right here.
  • Food Stamps, While Extensive, Can Fluctuate and Also Promote Bad Health — Think about it for a moment. There’s a lot of money already going into the fund, but the big problem is just what you can exactly buy with your food stamps. This is typically how it would work for a single mother with a low wage of $7.50/hour.
  • Yes, Low-Income Families Do Put Their Share Into Child Care Benefits — As much as they can possibly put into it, at least…. Given the kind of income they’re literally forced to bring in. Want to know just what they could be responsible for each week?
  • Additionally, Low-Income Families Do Put Their Share Into Rent and Housing Costs — Granted, there are no handouts. But the numbers might actually shock you when you put it into perspective like this.
  • Medicaid Will Only Provide for “so Much” to the Point That You’ll Just Want to Get By — It’s basic health insurance. But it’ll only cover certain procedures, prescriptions and other costs, plus there’s still some out-of-pocket concerns at such a low minimum wage that make Medicaid a bit laughable (not due to the government’s lack of assistance, though, and you’ll see why right here).

What Do These Facts Mean to You? That They Prove Benefits Don’t Benefit?

On the contrary…. They certainly make their mark. If it wasn’t for these programs, you’d have single parents on minimum wage or low-income families stuck in homeless shelters without any way to make the rent payment. That’s just a matter of fact….

But when you’ve got a certain fast-food chain making anywhere around $4.8BB in annual profits, it begs the question about employment — why not pay your workers what they earn with all the hours they put in, or want to put in, so they can get off of government aid and not have to pick and choose on their expenses?

Your average low-income worker will have just over $6K in annual income and about $11K in benefits for food, rent and child care. How’s that for a perspective on low-income families?

ITPN recognizes there’s a problem with the current system we have in place. So let’s fix it. Now.

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Life just happens, good or bad, for many families out there in the United States. There’s no denying it. Single mothers, even single fathers: low-income families have a burden on their shoulders where basic bookkeeping becomes a stress of mammoth proportions due to the fact that there’s never enough income generated to pay necessary bills just to make it day by day.

So what has to be in place? Simply put, government aid. It’s almost a necessity for low-income families. But whether you think it’s a crutch or not, and whether many simply seem to take advantage of the benefits offered by the government, one thing is clear — even the families that do work hard seem to only make it by the skin of their teeth, having to pull from their next paychecks to pay back someone who lent money, or robbing “Peter” to pay numerous “Pauls,” because the fact is this — government aid can only do so much in comparison to personal finances (and, yet, there’s so much going into those funds that it may shock you).

Here Are Five Facts That Just Might Blow You Away With Respect to Government Aid and Low-Income Familieslow-income families

  • Minimum Wage Jobs Don’t Often Guarantee Raises or Even Consistent Workweeks — Take it from many particular employees, most of them part-time, for certain fast-food chains. When the paychecks aren’t the same every other week, that makes budgeting all the more difficult for low-income families. Find out what those figures are right here.
  • Food Stamps, While Extensive, Can Fluctuate and Also Promote Bad Health — Think about it for a moment. There’s a lot of money already going into the fund, but the big problem is just what you can exactly buy with your food stamps. This is typically how it would work for a single mother with a low wage of $7.50/hour.
  • Yes, Low-Income Families Do Put Their Share Into Child Care Benefits — As much as they can possibly put into it, at least…. Given the kind of income they’re literally forced to bring in. Want to know just what they could be responsible for each week?
  • Additionally, Low-Income Families Do Put Their Share Into Rent and Housing Costs — Granted, there are no handouts. But the numbers might actually shock you when you put it into perspective like this.
  • Medicaid Will Only Provide for “so Much” to the Point That You’ll Just Want to Get By — It’s basic health insurance. But it’ll only cover certain procedures, prescriptions and other costs, plus there’s still some out-of-pocket concerns at such a low minimum wage that make Medicaid a bit laughable (not due to the government’s lack of assistance, though, and you’ll see why right here).

What Do These Facts Mean to You? That They Prove Benefits Don’t Benefit?

On the contrary…. They certainly make their mark. If it wasn’t for these programs, you’d have single parents on minimum wage or low-income families stuck in homeless shelters without any way to make the rent payment. That’s just a matter of fact….

But when you’ve got a certain fast-food chain making anywhere around $4.8BB in annual profits, it begs the question about employment — why not pay your workers what they earn with all the hours they put in, or want to put in, so they can get off of government aid and not have to pick and choose on their expenses?

Your average low-income worker will have just over $6K in annual income and about $11K in benefits for food, rent and child care. How’s that for a perspective on low-income families?

ITPN recognizes there’s a problem with the current system we have in place. So let’s fix it. Now.

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You’re probably wondering how you could possibly make money just from receiving our benefits. Easy. As a member of ITPN, we’ll put it in perspective for you: if you refer just one friend or family member to us each month, this is what you get, right in your pocket: $40 for each referral.income tax family

That’s $480 each year. In your pocket. Get the picture? Makes the Income Tax Planning Network’s $25/month membership seem like pennies when you think about it. And that’s just when you refer only one person a month to us. Want to do the math if you refer five people to us? Or ten people?

How can you not take advantage of this unique benefit?

Thank You for Helping Us Grow Our Family. Your Family.

Thank you for being a part of this family. Please do call our office at 888-203-3030 to set up your free marketing training, starting you off on generating revenue with us right away.

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