Have you been searching for a way to make some extra cash... a FUN way to start a second income, regardless of economic conditions? Are you a time-strapped senior, or a home-bound mother looking for a fun income source to pay for groceries or your family's vacation? The Fast Cash system is just what you have been looking for. It is a proven system that consistently earns excellent money for anybody, in any location. The author has developed the system over through twelve years of research and application. Fast Cash complements the system described in the successful Almost Free Money series, and expands it into many new and exciting niches for readers to explore. Fast Cash can be tailored to the reader's situation, providing a little cash for busy people, or a new home business for entrepreneurs. In Fast Cash, readers learn proven techniques for locating high-yielding used items at venues that can be found anywhere in the world, including garage sales, yard sales, thrift stores, and flea markets. This 15,000 word document by the webmaster of Garagesaleacademy.com teaches readers many tools that are vital to ensuring success over long-term application of the system. Instruction is provided in: Finding the highest-yielding used items to sell, Where to sell used items for the highest profits, Diversifying sales across multiple internet sites, How to Research New Items to Sell, How to Increase Profits with eBay and Amazon Listings, How to Find the Best Garage Sales to Pick from, How to Process a Garage Sale or Thrift Store to Find the Best Treasure, How to Bargain at Garage Sales, How to Get Great Stuff For FREE, and the authors Personal Stories of Garage Sale Gold and Internet Selling. Fast Cash pulls no punches. Readers are told exactly how to succeed and why others that have tried to make money in this niche have failed. It provides the encouragement and motivation necessary to read the book and take the next step --which is to GET YOUR BUTT OUT THERE, AND START RAKING CASH!! Good Luck and Happy Hunting from Eric Michael!
Economically, times are tougher today. The family budget is tighter. This book in your hands will show you how to make some extra money throughout the year. This cash can fill in your budgetary shortfalls. This is a how-to book about making money off credit card companies. In this book, a step-by-step instruction is given about how to make money by paying your monthly expenses with your credit card. In this book, you will learn what a sign-up bonus is-how to earn and redeem a sign-up bonus. You will also learn about cash-back bonuses, how they work, and how to redeem the cash-back bonus. After reading this book, you will be able to transfer a balance between credit cards without paying that nasty 3 percent to 5 percent balance transfer fee. Also, you will learn to avoid paying interest charges. Paying interest and balance transfer fees are detrimental to your financial health. The chapters are set in a story format to make learning easier and more enjoyable. You will meet Ralph and Susan as they learn to cash in sign-up bonuses for some extra cash. You will see how Granny pays for Christmas with the credit card company's money. Christy will show you how she buys new shoes by just paying her bills. Plus you will meet several other characters in other situations and circumstances. This book will teach you how to do the same things and more. Now it is your turn to earn some extra cash! It is time for cashing in on credit cards! Make money by paying your bills!
Volume 17 in the Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction series represents the vanguard of research on solvent extraction. It covers the principles of electrolyte extraction and other subjects of increasing interest to the field. This volume begins with pharmaceutical applications of supercritical fluid solvents, particularly supercritical carbon dioxide. It also contains chapters on liquid ion exchangers and relevant experiment protocols, SCF applications in drug formulation and pollution reduction, exploiting SCF as reaction media, applications of metal bis(dicarbollide) in analytical chemistry and radioactive waste treatment, and synergistic extraction of metal ions.
Volume 17 discusses the ion exchange isothermal supersaturation technique, metal separation via pH-induced parametric pumping, modeling of ion exchange kinetics for ultrapure water, and the engineering of activated carbons and carbonaceous materials for removal of metal ions and organic micropollutants in water. Volume 17 cover topics that include supercritical fluid applications, applications of metal bis(dicarbollide), and synergistic extraction of metal ions.
If America's tangible cash could be transformed into federal electronic currency (FEDEC), the social and economic benefits would be profound. Warwick argues eloquently why government should mandate cashlessness, then demonstrates not only why it can be done, but how to go about doing it. He shows that because the private sector will not and can not replace cash, government must do it; indeed, government FEDEC is superior to a system of private currencies. Cash handling costs the nation between one and two percent of the GDP, and cash is the lubricant for most of America's crime. By eliminating cash the saving from crime reduction alone would amount to hundreds of billions of dollars yearly. But naturally there would be issues of special concern if a FEDEC system were to become a hot public debate. Privacy, security, practicality, convenience are just some. Warwick tackles them here and, as no other books attempts to do, offers a practical plan for creating cashlessness. Well reasoned, meticulously documented, Ending Cash is a major contribution to what could soon become an important social debate-a debate that should, in the author's judgment, be started now. Ending Cash argues that America's tangible cash should be transformed into a new federal electronic currency (FEDEC). Although Warwick admits that private bank card systems and/or the Internet may some day supplant cash, he explains why this will not happen soon, certainly not in our lifetime. Warwick emphasizes that the unrealized benefits of cashlessness far exceed the mere convenience that citizens generally look for and enjoy in bank card usage. While stressing the relative inefficiency of cash, said to run $60 billion a year just in handling costs, he illustrates the profound role cash plays in most crimes, including tax evasion, all of which could be prevented with a resultant public savings in the hundreds of billions of dollars each year if a federal system were created. Against the background of consumer-oriented EFT systems, including credit-, debit-, and smart-card systems, Warwick explains the disinterest of industry in achieving cashlessness, as well as its organizational incapacity to carry it out. He thus argues the need for government involvement. Among the many facets he covers are privacy, security, technical requirements, and operational costs. He also explains the issue of employing private currencies as a replacement for cash, and how federal e-currency might impact the banking and bank card industries.
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