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What's Your Back-Up Plan?
6/5/2009 8:18:30 AM

Hi there,

What's Your Back-Up Plan?

Most of us think that bad things can never happen... or that they
only happen to "the other guy." But what happens when you become
"the other guy"?

You - and I - need a "back-up plan."

This could be:

1. Investing prudently and building your net worth to the point
   where you can live off your investments.

2. Learning a second skill or profession.

3. Joining a Matrix program like and building an

4. Collecting a sizeable inheritance that will enable you to live
   the life of a gentleman or lady of leisure.

5. Marrying someone with a good income who will support you in the
   style to which you would like to become accustomed.

Of these options, my own back-up plan is #3 (mainly because #4 and
#5 didn't pan out).

A few years ago, I began to think, "What if something happens that
makes me unable to continue making a living as a software developer?"
So I started my own Internet business, creating and making available
application products - Contact Management System, Math Test, Snake
Game, File Renamer, and eventually much more - online.

Today, my little Internet business generates a very nice income for
me... yet I spend only an hour or two a day on it!

Do you have a back-up plan? If not, do you intend to put one into
place soon?

Visit today for more reasons why we call Plan B

(for the rest of us).

If you have young children, then is
a great way to build a college fund for them. You can sign them up but minors
can not take any money out before the day after their 18th birthday.

Finally, if you ever wondered how much money you would need to have on deposit in a bank in order to earn $500/mo in interest, you'll want to at the very least read the first page at:

All the Best,



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