There has always been economic disparity in America, but the gap is widening for rural money resources.
Low to moderate-income rural Americans have had to rely on rural money resources since the Great Depression.
Still, the need is great and so is the demand.
Many states are facing insolvency and Georgia’s budget is in the red, which means all of the people applying for public assistance won’t get it.
That is why hundreds of people are seeking a free clinic and other rural money resources of housing assistance and food.
In the last decade, the process for finding rural family assistance became increasingly difficult.
While some applicants are not discouraged, others have a very negative attitude about the steps necessary to go from application to approval.
In actual truth, there is “no free lunch.”
The surrender of your personal and sensitive information is the price that you must pay.
However, you won’t find solutions to your problems by trying to find fault in the programs and people trying to help you.
While you’re complaining, 30,000+ people are already in line for the rural money resources.
The competition for these precious resources is fierce.
When “free resources” are announced to the public, community organizations become overwhelmed immediately.
More often than not, many people hear about these resources second-hand; therefore, are not aware of the criteria necessary to apply.
If known, you would know that you don’t qualify.
Yet, as the information is passed along, there is miscommunication, which causes many people to travel from other towns and states to take advantage of the offering.
In some instances when consumers try to access resources, qualification and approval is easy based on reduced income and family size.
In other cases, there is no guarantee that you will get a penny.
As financial resource budgets get smaller, the number of people served gets smaller.
Therefore, the access controls are modified to serve those with the greatest need.
To actually get approved and “see the money, etc.” requires a more thoughtful and patient approach.
When you own your own home, you are not poor.
Rural money resources are not limited to food and affordable healthcare.
The higher up the food chain you decide to apply for family assistance, such as housing grants, etc., the more requirements you will have to provide in terms of credit and savings.
Applications for this type of assistance can be challenging over a period of several months to a few years, but well worth it.
The only thing that may be standing between you and rural home ownership or a small business grant could be your attitude toward the process.
I am reminded of the Social Security Administration Plan for Achieving Self-Sufficiency (PASS).
This is a great federal resource for the disabled.
During my research, I discovered that the PASS funds lay dormant for over ten years without any applications.
It was obvious that the government wasn’t trying hard to inform the people who need it.
Nevertheless, that is not an excuse for anybody not to pursue what is available to help you get out of poverty.
Even President Trump used federal money (subsidies) to build his Real Estate Empire.
I even wrote a book about the PASS, which is a little-known rural money resource.
Another interesting thing to note is: I found out about the PASS by listening to the Dave Ramsey Show in the late 90’s.
What amazes me is the lack of enthusiasm about the program and many other resources that are available for low to moderate-income people.
I guess people are afraid do admit to themselves or are too proud to take what is rightfully theirs.
If you decide that you can’t do something before trying, you have lost out because of self-defeat!
As taxpayers in support of our government and society, that gives you access to rural money resources and access rights to it!
If you don’t get temporary resources to help feed your family, etc., somebody else will get your share.
Congress doesn’t leave any money on the table forever.
For those who are determined to act on the resources made available to you, there is a chance for you to use this assistance to rebuild and lessen the economic disparity gap, or at least enjoy a better life on less!
I have spent years researching most of the rural money resources that you will find on RuralMoney.com—because I needed them.
I did not have the luxury of a family support system.
My diminishing circumstances (My Comeback Story Of A Lifetime) forced me to find resources or else.
Therefore, I didn’t hesitate to think about the difficulties.
If you are facing unemployment, homelessness or another SHTF situation … neither do you.
In the coming years, the need for rural money resources will increase exponentially.
With my state’s population exploding from migration, there will be less to offer and less awareness.
Therefore, it is imperative and urgent that RuralMoney.com reveal any available, yet dwindling resources, as well as provide direct-to-the-source contact information.
Local, state, federal and private rural money resources are still available throughout America.
However, some of it may not be there next week, next month, next year … or tomorrow.
When you see a resource that you and your family needs, ACT!
Because you can be certain that the ones arguing against socialism (grants, free money, etc.) are taking full advantage of it.
On the other hand, you may never hear President Trump complain about “hand outs for a leg up!”
The reason he is a billionaire is because he take advantage of tax breaks for the wealthy, loopholes for the wealthy, subsidies for the wealthy, bailouts for the wealthy, free healthcare for the wealthy, capital gains taxes for the wealthy …
He may or may not need all of these resources, but he is getting every dollar he is entitled too.
I learned a valuable lesson from a brilliant financier (former employer), which is: The less you pay for a mortgage or getting free money from a matching 401K, etc. is money in your pocket.
Get the rural money resources you need and every dollar you are entitled too before sh*t hits the fan.
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