October Newsletter…Buying Power Reduced in 2009 Worse Prospects for 2010, Store food

looking for work, Great Depression The U.S. poverty rate soared to 14.3 percent in 2009, its highest level in 15 years. The rate was up from 13.2 percent in 2008. I can’t begin to imagine what the rate will be when the statistics are analyzed for 2010.With unemployment rates higher this year than last, those figures will undoubtedly rise. In the county in which I live the poverty rate rose to 20 % with...

Money Saving Wednesday…Welcome Makana…Tips # 28 and 29…You Must Listen to last night’s READY OR NOT!!!

Last night we had a fabulous show. If you missed it you will want to listen today. We barely scratched the surface of all there is to know about preparing now to deal with insurance issues later. We hardly talked at all about after the disaster. Jim will be returning on October 19th so we can continue our discussion. Listen to the show now and have your questions ready for him on the 19th. If you are...

Listen to the READY OR NOT Tonight!!!!

Tonight’s show is so very important to everyone who owns a home, rents a home or apartment, owns a car or owns anything that could be damaged or destroyed during a fire, earthquake, flood, terrorist attack, tornado or hurricane. Today residents in Minnesota and Wisconsin and holding their breathe that flood waters will begin to subside. There are disasters every day that can lead to the necessity to evacuate,...

Our General Store…READY OR NOT Radio Show tomorrow, a MUST HEAR!!!

Tomorrow’s radio show is truly a must for everyone. We will be discussing what you need to do now so you will be able to rebuild after a disaster. It is extremely difficult to maneuver through the insurance maze after the lost of your home or possessions. We will share with you the experiences of a survivor of the 2003 San Diego fires. If you know anyone who has lost a home in San Bruno,...

Food Prices set to Skyrocket?…Famine in the Future?…Tips #23-26

Food security is defined by the United Nations as having enough food on to feed a country’s population. The United Nations estimates the need for food will more than double over the next 50 years. Their scientists believe the only way to avoid wide spread famine is to re-invest in agriculture and in agricultural practices. Many of you who have been following Totally Ready for a while know the opposite...

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