How can someone on a fixed income stockpile food and supplies?
April 4, 2011 by Bob Livingston
I thank God and you for the opportunity to learn many of the things you have notified us of, but most of the solutions involve investing money or buying "something."
With those of us who are low income, who probably could not even afford to pay for your [Personal Liberty Digest™] newsletter, if there were a charge (thank you, there is not). I mean it seems that we low income or "poor" people (I am on disability, not much of an income!) we have no chance of survival. Can you comment on this?!?!?
Yes, living on a fixed income is difficult. I do not know your situation, however, I believe if you think outside the box a bit you might find you have more resources than you suspect. To increase your stockpile of food you could frequent a “scratch and dent” store. In fact, you can shop there for all your canned and boxed goods and save yourself some money.
Perhaps there is something you could find to do to augment your income. The Internet opens up all sorts of opportunities for people who want to work at home: proofreading, typing, etc.
With any savings or extra income you accumulate you can purchase silver bit by bit. A silver dollar is currently selling for about $38. Many—myself included—expect the price to more than double in the coming months and it will be invaluable once hyperinflation kicks in later this decade.