Top Level Financial Advice for 2009.

Top Rate Financial Advice for 2009

You really must go to Barnes and Noble or most any magazine section of any good book store and purchase a copy of this month’s SUCCESS from Home magazine. The whole  magazine has been dedicated to informing people about finances. It is titled Changing Your Financial LANDSCAPE – United First Financial® will show you how. United First Financial® has taken the financial world by storm. It has been so successful at helping people pay off their debts that all 128 pages of the magazine are insights, stories, facts, testimonials, education, conversations and presentations about the Money Merge account® system. For just $6 you not only receive this wealth of information but you also receive a DVD that has many sections of information. Mark Victor Hansen co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul is featured with many other highly successful business professionals along with ordinary folk like myself who after finding UFirst are having life changing experiences. If you are looking for financial advice today, here is 128 pages of the highest level of advice available.
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January 11, 2009 · Jennifer · 4 Comments
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  1. Bill Beavers - January 12, 2009

    I’m ordering my copies tomorrow, finally. Wow, 128 pages. This is a must see. Great post, just the facts and straight to the point. Enjoyed it very much.

  2. Jennifer Hartman - January 31, 2009

    Nice work Jennifer! You are getting the hang of it!

  3. Bill Beavers - March 5, 2009

    I went last evening to Borders. The March issue was on the shelf. I asked at the counter for the February issue but they just smiled and said something like, “not a chance” so I will be ordering mine today. That’s what happens with procrastinators. Great Post!

    Bill Beavers
    http://www.impaidoff.com

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