Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Earning while Surfing

Good day readers! It's been quite some time since I've made an update on my online money-making programs, so today I thought I'd share a quick update on my main money-maker and one other that I have not yet reviewed, but have been using for quite some time. I also wanted to share a new "tool" that I'm using in conjunction with my money-making programs.

First off, I am still very active with FusionCash, which is the main program that I make money with, and to date have made almost $800!! You can earn money here in just a few minutes every day, or you can spend more time if you choose and earn more. You get out of it what you put into it. One of the main features of FusionCash that I love is being able to connect with other people in the forum and getting paid to post!! If you have an interest in trying this out for yourself, you can click here and sign up. It's free to join and you even get a $5.00 sign up bonus!!

The other program that I have been active with for a while now is ClixSense, which is also a GPT (Get Paid To) program where you can do various things like clicking on ads, completing offers, taking surveys, watching videos, etc. They also have a ClixGrid game whereby Standard members get 30 chances, and Premium members get 60 chances to win anywhere from .10 up to $10.00!! Standard members can cash out with $8.00 in their account and Premium members can cash out with only $6.00. There are many benefits that go along with being a Premium member, like signup commissions, higher downline click commissions, more chances to win in ClixGrid, more ads available, an 8-Tier affiliate program that pays you for each referral that also upgrades to Premium and much more. ClixSense is open to US and International members. If you have an interest in this program, you can click here to sign up.



I strongly recommend that for these types of programs (GPT or PTC), that you get a free email account that you can use strictly for these programs. Gmail is good, but any free one that you choose is okay. Check out some of my other blogs posts for additional tips regarding these programs.

Finally, I want to share a tool that I recently discovered (not new, but new for me) that I'm going to use with my online programs. Some offers will require you to provide a phone number, so I plug in my free number that I got through K7.net. This service allows you to receive faxes and voice mail for free directly to your email!! Good tool to have!!

As always, I encourage you to poke around my blog for additional information regarding these programs that I do, and if you have any questions at all, please feel free to post a comment.

Happy Money Making and Have A Happy Day!! 

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Tell Washington "NO!" to Taxes on Credit Unions

I am a proud member of a credit union in the state of NM and have been for 25 years. In my last monthly statement, the regular newsletter had an article that caught my attention and I wanted to share it in hopes that it will spread. This is important information that members of credit unions need to know. Here's how the article reads:


This is an urgent message about the future of your credit union. You may have heard that politicians in Washington are considering an overhaul of the federal tax code. I want to alert you to an idea being discussed that could greatly harm New Mexico's credit unions and our members.
As a member, you know that your credit union is owned and directed by you. Unlike banks that maximize profits for a small group of investors, credit unions exist to serve their members, including working families, small businesses, and the local community. Because credit unions return benefits to their members, credit unions are able to offer higher returns on savings, lower rates on loans, and most importantly, lower fees. That's why your credit union is not-for-profit and tax exempt.
Now banks and some politicians in Washington are talking about taxing credit unions, despite the fact that we are not-for-profit. They say we can balance the budget by taxing credit unions, even though credit unions hold only 6% of all financial assets nationwide, and banks hold the rest.
Since credit unions are not-for-profit, taxing credit unions could even destroy credit unions as we know it, eliminating financial choice for consumers.
Moreover, taxing credit unions won't even scratch our budget deficit. For every $1 in new taxes on credit unions, the government would wipe out $10 in benefits to credit union members and consumers. So, taxing credit unions is not only bad for our nation's economy, taxing credit unions is really just a tax on you the member.
PLEASE send a strong message to Congress: "Don't Tax My Credit Union"
It's easy to take action: just visit www.DontTaxMyCreditUnion.org to contact your U.S. Representative and Senators. While there, you can also watch a video, follow our campaign on social media, and learn more about how you can help us tell Congress, "Don't Tax My Credit Union!" 

I hope that you all will help to spread this around and hopefully keep Congress from imposing yet another unnecessary tax. I encourage you to visit www.DontTaxMyCreditUnion.org and make a difference!!