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    On February 3rd, 1913 the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was put into law giving Congress the “power to lay and collect taxes on incomes”. Later that same year, the United States Revenue Act of 1913 was ratified which imposed a personal income tax on the American citizens. We have been subjected to these income taxes ever since.

    So what exactly is it that creates the drama and stories we love to tell? It is based on the dysfunctional mindset with which we grew up. We place ourselves, deliberately, in the same situations time and time again – because there is a lesson to be learned – and allow our unconscious habits egged on by the ego’s need to be right, take over when problems occur. It is so much easier to blame someone else!

    Assuming everything is running smoothly, you are nothing but a glorified shift supervisor for the next 5 years as you pay your debt with the 200k per year that you net – wait a minute!?! Weren’t you flipping burgers before you graduated from business college?

    Never make a late payment on this card because you will probably lose the zero percent interest rate if you do. Also don’t make any new purchases on this account. Only use it to hold the portion of the debt you’re paying off.

    A lot of people out there right now are simply copying what the leaders are doing and that is very obvious. Now I am not saying go in the other direction, but just take what is working for the pro’s and change it up slightly. How about one percent change, like wear a funny hat, have your own personal unique intro, have a theme. Brand yourself.

    This doesn’t even comprise the money you will save in finance charges. Let’s also look at how a 0 percent introductory agreement can save you money. Lets relate the credit license with a 20 percent rigid concern quotient with a license that gives you 6 months at a 0 percent quotient but goes up to 25 percent afterwards. Again, lets guess you keep a $1,000 assess over a year.

    No problem, you know now where you went wrong, and can work that little bit harder on your resistance training, to get back that muscle lost and switch your body back into fat burning mode!

    That would be a great idea. But what about for the surplus of us who, for one mind or another, keep assess on our credit licenses? Isn’t there a way in which we can save money on our credit licenses?

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