The Bailout Bill of 2008 is a disaster for the people of the United States of America and it will only get worse if we don't do something quickly. Our government is the best that money can buy...and money powers have bought the best. Senators and congressmen have voted with their wallet open and the banks and bankers got their bill passed. Now Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson says that he won't use the money the way he promised. All that predatory lending that the Bush Administration protected will sit there hurting the economy while the predatory lenders will get off free.
So what about US? We're the ones who have to take the pink slips and layoffs. It's our jobs that are at stake and everything we worked for...
I've found a solution that is elegantly simple and perfectly ironic. I've found debt elimination programs that WORK to eliminate debt through your own bailout! You can stop foreclosure DEAD in its tracks. STOP the banks from stealing any more money! Eliminate credit card debt! Eliminate student loans! Eliminate auto loans!
This bailout process even uses the IRS to do it! That's right! The IRS! The tax man! It's their JOB to process claims ... and this will help you get out of debt. Yes, pay off your mortgage ... your car note ... your credit cards ... get a refund on the income taxes you have paid for the last three years ... your utility bills ... your student loan... anything you paid with Federal Reserve Notes or check or credit card for the last three years!
Is this delicious irony or what?
OK, what is this debt elimination process? How can you use the IRS to eliminate debt?
This is an administrative process established in the Uniform Commercial Code and in the Code of the IRS. That is, paperwork. You file a corrected 1040 Income Tax Return and a few other electronic IRS forms using the same electronic filing system used by H&R Block, CPA's and Enrolled IRS Agents all over the country. (My expert IS an enrolled IRS agent.)
This might all seem quite bewildering at first, but hang in there with me. Let's take a look at how credit is created and how you are the only one who gives value.