SOURCE: Government Publications
July 07, 2005 09:00 ET
Government Grants, Government Jobs, Work-at-Home Jobs and Home-Based Business Ventures Provide Fast Cash
New Programs Offer Free Government Help for Home Business Start-Up, Expansion and New Home Ownership
WASHINGTON, DC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 7, 2005 -- If you are recently unemployed or credit
problems are holding you back from starting a business, buying a home or
new car, here is important news. Government and private lending
institutions are now joining forces to stimulate the national economy and
make it easier for people with poor credit ratings to get low-interest
In addition to new financial resources to help the unemployed re-enter the
job market, "Billions of loan and grant dollars have been earmarked for
people previously identified as credit risks," announced Mike Greene, a
researcher for Government Publications, based out of Washington, D.C. Money
is available to purchase homes, cars, start a business, consolidate debts
and many other purposes.
"Now is the time to act if you need money for any worthwhile purpose,"
urged Greene. He also reported that several reduced-cost and even free
programs now exist to benefit the economically disadvantaged and recently
unemployed. Such programs include dental and vision care services,
prescription plans and legal aid.
Government Publications offers a CD-ROM that provides the latest
information on the above programs. It covers free grant and loan resources
available for a wide variety of purposes. The CD-ROM includes start-up
information on over 95 work at home jobs that pay cash. For example, How to
Buy and Sell Foreclosed Properties, How to Start a Profitable Gift Basket
Business, How to Start a Cleaning Business and How to Become a Loan Broker
(http://www.Become-a-LoanBroker.com). The business program includes
which teaches customers to eBay™ the correct way.
The CD-ROM combines all programs into one and includes 50 successful grant
applications that were funded. These samples are essential items since most
denied loan and grant applications are due to incomplete paperwork. For
more information on all programs, visit http://www.capitalpublications.com.
To visit individual sites for jobs, visit
http://www.scholarships-education.com and to earn cash, visit
http://capitalpublications.com/secure_html/free_info_drugs.html. To view
Government Grants Video, visit
http://www.capitalpublications.com/tv/capitoldsl.rm, or call 888-384-9608,