So You Are Broke: Now What?

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So you are broke, now what? Living without a regular and viable source of income can be very exhausting and demoralizing. Not to mention the embarrassment, heartache and feeling of low self-esteem that may accompany this state of being. Unfortunately, many panic and make some very serious mistakes during the financial crisis that they may be going through. When many find themselves in this predicament, they always seem to ask the same question – Now what? Where do I go from here? Also, some have never been in this situation before, and therefore have never had to worry about being without a regular source of income or broke as it were. Now faced with the lack of financial stability, these sometimes have no idea which direction to turn. Inside are basic necessities that many forget or overlook when their financial situation goes wrong. This ebook is a must have to get you back on track. Download it now and get back in the game!
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May 6, 2015
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