Wednesday, June 20, 2007


Get freebies through links provided by Lee Seats at's freebie site here. Also visit Walmart's freebie page , which is frequently linked on's page.
Here is a list of other free stuff
Free Phone Calls ,250 Color Custom-Printed Business Cards ,101 Romantic Ideas, 20 Free $0.02 Stampsc, 20 Free Digital Camera Prints and Free Shipping,250 Business Cards or Rubber Address Stamp ,3M Command Strips, 3M Post-It Sortable Cards,
3M Print to Last, 3M Transparency Film Sample Pack, 9-11 Commission Report, Address Stamp, Almond Snack Tin, ArmorAll Extreme Tire Shine Gel, ArmorAll Wash and Wax, AstroGlide, Audiobook of the Month, Automatic Shower Cleaner Caddy, Avery Sample Kit, Avery Sampler Kit, Bacardi "Shake-Up the Party" Cards, Bar Keepers Friend,Biz Detergent,
Biz Detergent ,Bounty "To-Do" Lists, Braille Alphabet Cards, Breathe Right Storage Case, California Raisins 2007 Calendar, CD Visor, CD/DVD Labeling Software Demo and PaperMate Coupon, Charity Cards ,Charmin Extender, Cheer True Fit, Christmas SealsCollege Pak,
Craftmatic Info Kit, Danzante Wine Charms, Dating Guidebook, DFX Jeans Gift, Downy Enhancer, Dr. Scholl's Gellin Coupon, Driver Education CD, Dupont Corian Sample, Duraflame, Easy Living Coupon Booklet, Ebay/USPS Boxes, Emergency Kit ListComments and Suggestions, would be enormously appreciated.

Fraud Advocacy

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Ideas for Retiring

America is on the verge of a retirement revolution. The oldest of the baby-boomers -- the 76 million Americans born between 1946 and 1964 -- are turning 59½, the magic milestone when they can start tapping their retirement accounts penalty-free. In just three more years, the same advance team will be eligible to take early benefits from social security.But just because they can pack it in doesn't mean that they should. In case you've missed the great national debate, social security alone can't guarantee you a smooth transition to living without a salary.The stark reality is that to live comfortably in retirement -- whatever that means to you -- you must have your own resources. And given longer life expectancies, your savings may have to last 20 years or more. Don't just sit around and wait for benefits. Let us discuss the steps we can take to ensure a comfortable retirement.

Thursday, June 7, 2007

Free Clinic

Thinking About Health Insurance Choices? Can't afford health insurance right now?

Low- and no-cost health care.
Here are some of the resources available for various kinds of treatment.

Medical: Insure Kids Now!, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Free Clinic Foundation of America, Bureau of Primary Health Care. Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Needy Meds, Partnership for Prescription Assistance Program.
Vision: Lions Club International is famous for its charity eye-care campaigns, which provide free screenings and recycled glasses. If you have a low-wage job but no vision coverage, the American Optometric Association may be able to hook you up with a volunteer doctor of optometry for a free exam. If you're 65 or over, the American Academy of Ophthalmology may be able to provide exams and treatment through its EyeCare America foundation at (800) 222-EYES.
Dental: If going to the dentist terrifies you, the idea of going to a rookie dentist probably isn't going to put you any more at ease. But dental schools provide inexpensive and well-supervised treatment. To find the one nearest you, visit the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research.
Some of the free clinics provide dental services, and you can check out for more links to low-cost dental providers.
Emergency care: If you're facing a life-threatening situation, hospital emergency rooms are required to evaluate and stabilize you before asking about your ability to pay. A very limited number of hospitals are required to provide such care for free if you're poor, but the vast majority can bill you (and may hound you aggressively with collection agencies).

Friday, June 1, 2007

Money Matters

Creating Abundance

Are you experiencing one or more of the following:

  • Unclear goals or trouble getting in touch with what you want in your life?
  • Difficulties earning and/or maintaining a good and consistent income?
  • Money owing on credit cards, mobile phones or to retail stores?
  • Problems paying your bills and/or outstanding debt?
  • No earning, spending or savings plan in place?

Working as a group will help us focus on the following:

  • Establish realistic and motivating financial and life goals.
  • Ascertain a supportive level of income.
  • Preparing a cash flow statement.
  • Identifying how to reduce and control spending, consumer debt & those "must haves."
  • Put in place a consistent savings plan.
  • Understand your money habits.

Our supportive environment can initiate and facilitate great changes as we share our ideas and experiences in this community.

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