By Barbara R at November 02 2019 11:37:30
So, you see, once you decide which of the 7 ways you're going to do, then the only thing left for you to do is figure out how to make the one or ones you have chosen work. No doubt there would be a lot work to do to do a plan like this. You would need to figure out how to put it all together, do all the calculations, do a lot of what if's, etc.. And I'm sure one of the biggest things would be, would you actually take the time to do something like this or even have the time to do it? You could pay someone to do it but that would probably cost you a lot. Plus if you did that, most likely it would require a lot of back and forth work to get it just like you wanted it which would be even more expensive. But even then, would you spend the money to do it?
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