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Date: October 25, 2007
Subject: G&G Conf Call - Good Debt vs. Bad Debt

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G&G Associates
Tax & Financial Consulting Services


GOOD DEBT vs. BAD DEBT

We are getting close to wrapping up our Debt and Tax Relief series this month. This weeks call we’ll learn how to eliminate about $300,000 of debt (to include your mortgage) in 5-7 years with an extra $500. Also, I’ll discuss the principles of BAD DEBT vs. GOOD DEBT…you might not necessarily want to cut up your credit cards. If credit was so bad, why do the banks borrow from you everyday? It’s not that credit is bad, it’s what you do with the credit you receive. Learn exactly where your money goes once you deposit it into the bank.

Set reminders...do whatever is necessary...STOP giving away your money to creditors, to include the government when you could legally be keeping thousands of dollars a year. Did your creditors make more in interest last month than you did? Look at your last pay stub, did Uncle Sam take more of your check to the bank last month than you did? If you had anything taken out for Federal & State income taxes then you might be losing out? If so, get on the call and I'll show you how to keep it if you'd like…LEGALLY!!!

Make sure to download the material to follow along on the call from the link below so you can have it for the conference call or you can visit our website at www.gngassociates.net, click on the calendar link and download the form from there.


Thursday, October 18, 2007
9:00p-10:00p
Tax & Financial Trng Call

October is Tax & Debt Relief Month

> Form 1040 Trng (Job vs. Business)
> Hiring your Kids in Your Business
> Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)
> Debt Terminator
> Credit Repair


Download Links:
www.gngassoc.com/TaxClass/Debt_Termination.pdf

712-451-6100 pin 974124#

All Times are Eastern Standard Time (please make adjustment for time zone}

Thanks
Gary Gray
Tax & Financial Consultant, RFC
G&G Associates
877-817-6031 toll-free
866-361-3872 toll free fax
www.gngassociates.net


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