Third Party Tracer Program

by tracers on June 18, 2014

Hello, welcome to your guide to financial freedom! If you would like to make WEEKLY INCOME OF $1,125 OR MORE, please read this very carefully!

Dear Prospective Home Worker,

Thank you for your interest in our program. Would you mail 60 letters for $1,125 weekly, $75 for each letter?  If the answer is yes, we have the right opportunity for you.  You can join the “HIGHEST PAID TEAM” of home workers today.

 

HERE IS YOUR CHANCE to make extra money working at home by becoming an active participant in the Third Party Tracer Program. Your PAYMENT IS GUARANTEED in Advance for the letters you mail.  Your job is to mail letters.  There is no limit. You mail as many as you wish.  This is a great way to pay off credit cards, get money for a vacation, buy a new car, or develop your second income for whatever reason you may have.

 

You may work from the comfort of your own home, save on gas and babysitters, choose your own hours and set your own pace. The possibilities are unlimited.  Get friends and family to help.  We will help you reap huge profits.

 

HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE?

There are many companies who want to expand their business, but do not want to hire more people. If they hired more employees, they would have to supervise them, rent more office space, pay more taxes, health insurance, liability insurance, workers compensation, and all of this involves more paper work. It’s much easier for companies to set up so that independent home workers can earn substantially high wages and still save money.

This program is designed to help people cash in and help people get their money. You serve as an independent home worker and get paid a weekly income for mailing letters from the comfort of your home.  This program has been perfected to such an extent that it has become one of the most profitable programs ever.  We invite you to take part in our success.  The money you earn is up to you. You are not required to mail a certain number of letters a week.

You can take on whatever amount of work that fits your schedule and you can quit whenever you want, there are no other obligations. However, you must be at least 18 years of age.  ALL BUSINESS CAN BE DONE FROM YOUR HOME.  You can START IMMEDIATELY!  You will be supplied with a mailing list, with full address and names on it.

 

OUR GUARANTEE: We welcome you to this program and extend to you our unconditional guarantee, that everything that we have said about this program is true and that you will be delighted with the money you make.  Our goal and continued success depend upon your 100% satisfaction with the Third Party Tracer Program.  Payments for all letters are sent to you.  Therefore, your PAYMENTS FOR ALL LETTERS ARE GUARANTEED!  This is an honest and legitimate opportunity to become a Third Party Tracer.  Remember, this is not a get rich quick scheme.  This is a proven program for making money, while helping people get money.

 

IN ORDER TO GET STARTED IMMEDIATELY, We must require a one-time registration fee of only $35.00.  This covers our expense in getting you started and guarantees you can work as long as you desire.  You will not be required or asked to pay for any additional information, manuals, or instructions from us.  As much as we would like to get you started in the Third Party Tracer Program without the small fee, we must protect ourselves from those who are not serious and have no intention other than to satisfy their own curiosity.  Naturally no business can afford to send out costly material to everyone who writes in asking for it.  This small fee assures us that you are serious about wanting to earn money at home.

 

OUR PRODUCT, THIRD PARTY TRACER PROGRAM. By the purchase of our program you have taken the right steps towards your future!!

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 888 463 1840

TO START IMMEDIATELY JUST CLICK THE BUY NOW BUTTON ON THE RIGHT!

REGISTRATION FORM

Enclosed is $35.00 for my purchase of your Third Party Tracer Program.

________CASH ________CHECK ________MONEY ORDER

Please allow up to 30 DAYS for processing!

PLEASE NOTE: All returned checks will be charged a minimum of $25.00 plus substantial cost for collection agency.

 

NAME________________________________________________PHONE_                                          _____

ADDRESS_________________________________                                                                        _________           

CITY__________________                                                    _____________STATE_________ZIP__________

 

The amount of money you would like to earn each week is? __$300 ___$750 ___$1125 or much more?

 

NEW HOME WORKER SIGNATURE____________________________________                                               

MAIL TO:                                                                                                          Make Payable to:

Home Business Services                                                                                 Home Business Services

Attn: Process Center

P.O. Box 380361

Clinton Twp, MI 48038-0064

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Tips for a small Business

by tracers on August 4, 2013

SURVIVAL TIPS FOR
SMALL BUSINESSES

You may be in Mail Order, Direct Mail, or you may be a local
merchant with 150 employees; whichever, however or
whatever—you’ve got to know how to keep your business alive
during economic recessions. Anytime the cash flow in a business,
large or small, starts to tighten up, the money management of
that business has to be run as a “tight ship.”

Some of the things you can and should do include protecting
yourself from expenditures made on sudden impulse. We’ve all
bought merchandise or services we really didn’t need simply
because we were in the mood, or perhaps in response to the
flamboyancy of the advertising or the persuasiveness of the
salesperson. Then we sort of “wake up” a couple of days later and
find that we’ve committed hundreds of dollars of business funds
for an item or service that’s not essential to the success of our
own business, when really pressing items had been waiting for
those dollars.

If you are incorporated, you can eliminate these “impulse
purchases” by including in your by-laws a clause that states:
“All purchasing decisions over (a certain amount) are contingent
upon approval by the board of directors.” This will force you to
consider any “impulse purchases” of considerable cost, and may
even be a reminder in the case of smaller purchases.

If your business is a partnership, you can state, when faced with
a buying decision, that all purchases are contingent upon the
approval of a third party. In reality, the third party can be
your partner, one of your department heads, or even one of your
suppliers.

If your business is a sole proprietorship, you don’t have much to
worry about really, because as an individual you have three days
to think about your purchase, and then to nullify that purchase
if you think you don’t really need it or can’t afford it.

While you may think you cannot afford it, be sure that you don’t
“short-change” yourself on professional services. This would
apply especially during a time of emergency. Anytime you commit
yourself and move ahead without completely investigating all the
angles, and preparing yourself for all the contingencies that may
arise, you’re skating on thin ice. Regardless of the costs
involved, it always pays off in the long run to seek out the
advice of experienced professionals before embarking on a plan
that could ruin you.

As an example, an experienced business consultant can fill you in
on the 1244 stock advantages. Getting eligibility for the 1244
stock category is a very simple process, but one with tremendous
benefits to your business.

The 1244 stock encourages investors to put equity capital into
your business because in the event of a loss, amounts up to the
entire sum of the investment can be written off in the current
year. Without the “1244” classification, any losses would have to
be spread over several years, and this, of course, would greatly
lessen the attractiveness of your company’s stock. Any business
owner who has not filed the 1244 corporation has in effect cut
himself off from 90 percent of his prospective investors.

Particularly when sales are down, you must be “hard-nosed” with
people trying to sell you luxuries for your business. When
business is booming, you undoubtedly will allow sales people to
show you new models of equipment or a new line of supplies; but
when your business is down, skip the entertaining frills and
concentrate on the basics. Great care must be taken however, to
maintain courtesy and allow these sellers to consider you a
friend and call back at another time.

Your company’s books should reflect your way of thinking, and
whoever maintains them should generate information according to
your policies. Thus, you should hire an outside accountant or
accounting firm to figure your return on your investment, as well
as the turnover on your accounts receivable and inventory. Such
an audit or survey should focus in depth on any or every item
within the financial statement that merits special attention. in
this way, you’ll probably uncover any potential financial
problems before they become readily apparent, and certainly
before they could get out of hand.

Many small companies set up advisory boards of outside
professional people. These are sometimes known as power Circles,
and once in place, the business always benefits, especially in
times of short operating capital. Such an advisory board or power
circle should include an attorney, a certified public accountant,
civic club leaders, owners or managers of businesses similar to
yours, and retired executives. Setting up such an advisory board
of directors is really quite easy, because most people you ask
will be honored to serve.

Once your board is set up, you should meet once a month and
present material for review. Each meeting should be a discussion
of your business problems and an input from your advisors
relative to possible solutions. These members of your board od
advisors should offer you advice as well as alternatives, and
provide you with objectivity. No formal decisions need to be made
either at your board meeting, or as a result of them, but you
should be able to gain a great deal from the suggestions you
hear.

You will find that most of your customers have the money to pay
at least some of what they owe you immediately. To keep them
current, and the number of accounts receivable in your files to a
minimum, you should call them on the phone and ask for some kind
of explanation why they’re falling behind. if you develop such a
habit as part of your operating procedure, you’ll find your
invoices will magically be drawn to the front of their piles of
bills to pay. While maintaining a courteous attitude, don’t
hesitant, or too much of a “nice guy” when it comes to collecting
money.

Something else that’s a very good business practice, but which
few business owners do is to methodically build a credit rating
with their local banks. Particularly when you have a good cash
flow, you should borrow $100 to $1,000 from your banks every 90
days or so. Simply borrow  the money, and place it in an interest
bearing account, and then pay it all back at least a month or so
before it’s due. By doing this, you will increase the borrowing
power of your signature, and strengthen your ability to obtain
needed financing on short notice. This is a kind of business
leverage that will be of great value to you if or whenever your
cash position becomes less favorable.

By all means, join your industry’s local and national trade
associations. Most of these organizations have a wealth of
information available on everything from details on your
competitors to average industry sales figures, new products,
services, and trends.

If you are given a membership certificate or wall plaque, you
should display these conspicuously on your office wall. Customers
like to see such “seals of approval” and feel additional
confidence in your business when they see them.

Still another thing often overlooked: If at all possible, you
should have your spouse work in the business with you for at
least three or four weeks per year. The important thing is that
if for any reason you are not available to run the business, your
spouse will be familiar with certain people and situations about
your business. These people should include your attorney,
accountant, any consultants or advisors, creditors and your major
suppliers. The long-term advantages of having your spouse work
four weeks per year in your business with you will greatly
outweigh the short-term inconvenience. Many couples share
responsibility and time entirely, which is in most cases even
more desirable.

Whenever you can, and as often as you need it, take advantage of
whatever free business counseling is available. The Small
Business Administration published many excellent booklets,
checklist and brochures on quite a large variety of businesses.
these publications are available through the U.S.Government
printing office. Most local universities, and many private
organizations hold seminars at minimal cost, and often without
charge. You should also take advantage of the services offered by
your bank and local library.

 

The important thing about running a small business is to know the
direction in which you’re heading; to know on a day-to-day basis
your progress in that very direction; to be aware of what your
competitors are doing and to practice good money management at
all times. All this will prepare you to recognize potential
problems before they arise.

In order to survive with a small business, regardless of the
economic climate, it is essential to surround yourself with smart
people, and practice sound business management at all times.

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