12 Ways to Prepare for Economic Collapse
No one can really say what the future will be like when the unthinkable happens. But if there’s one thing we know as preppers, it’s that we should always hope for the best but plan for the worst.
Planning for economic collapse is a different type of disaster preparedness, but it is no less important. Here are a few ways you can set aside resources and prepare for the unthinkable disaster of economic collapse.
That, combined with greedy out-of-control lawyers who make big bucks for suing at the drop of a hat, spells danger to you even if your assets are relatively modest.
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I need to learn how to make an effective consumer complaint. It seems like products always fail shortly after the warranty expires, or the services promised aren't delivered. Is there any way to get companies to do what's right? I'd love to find a way to complain that would get results.
Summer is on the way and that means it's time to look around the house to find frugal and creative ways to reduce the cost of staying cool. If you begin your search in the kitchen, you will discover numerous ways to save money on your electric bill and quite possibly on your grocery bill. Read more.
Protect yourself (and your belongings) by completing a full home inventory and updating it annually. You can use this free, home inventory list printable to get the job done.
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Yours for a free country,
Bruce 'the Poor Man'