Thursday, July 06, 2006

Living from Pay Check To Pay Check

When I first started in this business my goal was to be Debit free. I didn't realize that I would need this business to help maintain my lifestyle after , I had to have a Back operations. I been off work for at least seven months.

My disability Check doesn't cover my Bill at all. I also have a hard time getting the check on time to pay my bill due mistakes made with the data possessing etc. You know that old saying that you are maybe two checks from being homeless is as true as the saying.

Yes my Internet business is a helping me to maintain my life style. I am not yet an Internet million, but working hard to get there. Can you afford to get sick? I mean have you thought about what you will do if you have to take off from work for a long period of time where will your income come from. How will you maintain your life style without your work check. Something to think about! Sure you might have saving now but what happen if you have to use it before you want too...

Starting a homebased business with a low start up cost something that you could do part time. While you you continue to work your 9 to 5 could also help you add more to you saving, pay off credit cards, buy new car, and more.

This is not something that is going to make you rich when you first start out but you could make as much as $500 to $1000 a month if you put in the work. Could you use an extra $500-$1000 a month. There are lots of ways to make money on the Internet and I find one to check out is affiliate programs to start with. Here's one that I work for at this link: You can make a nice income selling products and service for their company. It free to start.

Warm Regards, Briley Knox

P.S. Have a Good Fourth of July Holiday!!!!

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Quote of the Day:

"Making a million dollars is the simplest thing in the
world. Just find a product that sells for $2000 and that
you can buy at a cost of $1000, and sell a thousand of
them." -- Jerry Gillies

Posted by Briley Knox

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