purchasing your gear wholesale.

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posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 06:58 PM
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considering the fact that to purchase wholesale through almost any company
all one needs is a tax license, i'd like to clue some of you in on an easy way to save
yourself money and possibly make some.
here is a link to a site that covers many products available from multiple companies.

ecomall.com...

now look towards the bottom of the page.
notice the link for 'business to business'.
almost any company you can think of will sell to you wholesale.
a few of the issues concern topics like 'minimum purchase' etc.
yet, if you think about it, regarding our survival, who here does not know someone looking for good solar panels,
wind generators, knives, bulk food etc.?

i could easily list dozens of companies i've used and trust.
savings for me is usually anywhere from 20 to 60% off retail.
personally i've been self employed for 25 of my 46 years.
not only do i make a basic living by purchasing this way, i've also stocked up my friends and family.
i would recommend purchasing this way to anyone.
think about it, if your spending 200 bucks on stuff to stash, why not buy one get one free?




posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 03:03 AM
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The tax credit I get for ecco friendly home improvements is more than the sales tax I would pay to buy things like solar pannels and even a generator right now. If I don't pay the sales tax though can't claim it or will have to pay the sales tax when I do claim it on my income tax.





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