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  1. Monroe on a Budget
    March 20, 2009 @ 8:33 am

    I like your Be Informed tip.

    My husband works at an auto supplier. He tells me what he’s hearing at the plant, I tell him what I’m reading in the business headlines. Between those sources of information, we can put a pretty good overall picture together.

    I also pay attention what’s going on in my industry — good or bad — so if someone starts talking at the office about this or that trend or idea, I have the background.

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    April 1, 2009 @ 11:49 am

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  4. Recession Proof Career
    June 2, 2009 @ 3:13 am

    Just wanted to add a small tip on creating a recession proof career. It would be a good idea to plan out your career or business by considering government contracting. This is a very lucrative financial opportunity that can help you stabilize financially and increase your income flow if it is done the right way.

    If this is something that you are interested in to put an end to your financial worries, get yourself registered with the Central Contractor Registry which is a federal clearing house for vendors and small businesses too. Also identify a product or service that you can supply to the government and which the government needs in order to get a contract.

    You can win such billion dollar contracts and secure your career or business better even during this phase of recession.

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