Free Money to Pay Your Bills

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Information USA, 2003 - Reference - 772 pages
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Details numerous ways to get money from the government to pay for a variety of items, including credit card bills, medications, groceries, health care, travel, mortgage bills, property taxes, car repairs, and tuition.

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wasnt broad enough

User Review  - linguini -

I bought this book hoping to find information for single women looking to improve their education or start a business. There was nothing in this book that cover that however I found the book interesting and would have no problem lending it to friends or family. Read full review

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I was looking for some loan, and they called me saying that the government selected me to receive $65,000 grant. They told me I had to pay for their services
before the person in the government calls me within three days. They never called me and they still charged me for the service.
I complained to customer services, and they said I have no proof since they cannot hear any recording of the phone call.

About the author (2003)

Matthew Lesko provides a much-needed bridge between the federal government and the consumer. His company, Washington Researchers, helps citizens locate government information on a wealth of subjects, such as the ratio of supply and demand for potatoes in a particular state and who, and how, to contact in government agencies to ascertain such information. Lesko has continued this consumer-aid role on the printed page, writing articles for such publications as Good Housekeeping, Industry Week, and the Washington Post. He has also written a great number of information-locating books for citizens, including Free College Money, Term Papers, and Sex (ed); The Maternity Sourcebook; IRS Secrets, Shortcuts and Savings; and Government Giveaways for Entrepreneurs. His Information USA (1983) won the American Library Association's Outstanding Reference Source award. In reaching the consumer, Matthew Lesko has also done radio call-in programs on National Public Radio and other stations. He continues to help individuals find information on numerous topics.

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