The opening line of Joni Mitchell’s song “River” reproduced here reminds us of the true feelings of this season. It’s not a typical Christmas song, but for me it evokes the true Christmas spirit. It’s time to look forward to and share the blessings of the earth.
Of course, that also means giving and receiving gifts, at least in the gifting part, that’s what I want to focus on.
If you run out of ideas, take the leaves out of Bob’s book and use your online investment to share the joy of Christmas. Bob has a dilemma. He was dissatisfied with giving his family the usual gifts, so he decided to be a little more creative this year and give his family a real smile on his face.
First, I have two children, 18-year-old Jack and 22-year-old Anne. Like his former sister, Jack has just begun a three-year course in college, and he is full of his promises and is actively involved in social life. Good. One of the things he doesn’t think about is the student loan he receives to meet him throughout the course. This will leave him with considerable debt when he graduates.
Anne, meanwhile, has already graduated and, after careful budgeting and part-time work, graduated from college with a relatively manageable loan. Her problem is that the recession has significantly reduced her employment opportunities and she is having a hard time starting her desired business career. Throughout her next year, she will follow the path that many others have followed and set out to see the world, as this prompted her to travel. Hopefully her job market will improve when she returns. Then she may calm down and consider buying her first real estate.
So how can Bob help? Looking at the investments he had, he decided to invest $ 50 in his Cash Tanker account on his behalf. Bob chooses 100% compound interest because it pays 2% a day and doesn’t need money right away. The program is scheduled to end on December 25, 2011, so assuming 220 business days a year, for a total of 440 days, each offspring will earn more than $ 300,000. This should be more than enough to liquidate Jack’s student loan and Anne pay a deposit on the property, but Bob wants Anne to rent the property and use that money to start his own business. is. The past (Bob’s wife, judi bola is enthusiastic about buying real estate).
Bob and Judy have been married for 25 years, and while Judy doesn’t always trust online investment, Bob is happy to struggle with ventures in the hope of profitable results. Bob wants to thank Judy for all his support, so he decides to invest $ 50 in endowment insurance dealing with Imperial Invest. He knows that these are available until February 1, 2010 and will pay a $ 134,000 return in mid-2010. This allows Judy to really ruin himself. For an additional $ 50, he decided to open an account with Sport Arbs. This has variable returns, but is usually at least 2% per day. Growth is important as they trade 7 days a week and will provide great nest eggs for the future.