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at the Primus Center

11070 N 24TH AVE

PHOENIX, AZ. 85029

PHONE 623 455 6364


POB 6121




712 432 3066

EXT 811206



Identifying a Need and Filling it, is what Primus Center is doing. 
For a very long time business owners, new and old, have wanted a great place to 
meet, mix, mingle, share, grow, learn, and exchange ideas, goods, and services. 
Primus Business Center is providing the means to get that done. 
Easily reached from anywhere in the Valley of the Sun, especially beneficial 
for Glendale (Glendale is one of Arizona's largest cities.),

Goodyear,  Guadalupe, Komatke, Litchfield Park, Luke AFB,  Paradise Valley, 

Peoria, Phoenix (County Seat), Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Sun City, Sun City West,

Sun Lakes, Surprise, Tempe, Tolleson, Waddell, Whitman,

Wickenburg, Wittman, Youngstown resident. 

20 Miles from Phoenix International Airport

Shared office, co working space, meeting room, available.

Small gatherings to Large crowds
can be accommodated at The PRIMUS CENTER.

Meeting rooms are available

for modest $25 per hour including amendities. 

Ideal for Home-based businesses,  Mobile professionals,

Small and emerging businesses, Mid to large corporations

On site community concierge, easy access to I -10, I-17, Highways 51 and 101,

Quiet location,plenty of free parking, high speed internet, utilities included,

cafe (refrigerator,microwave, sink, and vending machines), spacious lobby.

You can even have your mail delivered to Primus Center. 

Primus Center will be the most sought after meeting space in the West Valley for sure. 
You should go by and meet the staff and take a tour of the building.

I strongly suspect you will want to reserve a space that day. 


A Confused Mind Says NO!! How to avoid that!!! Tags: confused duplicate

Now let's talk about a very critical mistake that a lot of people make when trying to build a
home business.

You need to know that a complicated system won't work for many people because ...

Key Point - A confused mind says ‘NO'!

So the first requirement of a successful system is that ...

It MUST be SIMPLE ... Simple means that ANYONE can do it.

Take a look at this down for you business

Remember this saying ... Appeal to the masses and dine with the classes!

So what are the simple yet necessary requirements of a successful system?

1) It must effectively introduce your business to a LOT of prospects (you need prospects) without taking
much of your time (or money)

2) It must professionally present your business for you and sort your prospects so you know which ones are
seriously interested

3) It must automatically follow up with prospects indefinitely, providing them valuable information.

4) It must help you meet your #1 need (getting quality leads) for little or no cost

5) It must provide you with ongoing training and clearly communicate that the "System Is The Solution"

Look forward to my next message where I'll teach you:

Do you sell the drill or the hole?

Take a look at this down for you business

At your service,


American owe Trillions in Credit Debt Why having Home Based business so Important Tags: credit card debt studenl loan debt

Hello JMCC community, This is a great article on why having a home based business is so important. This debt is not going to disappear, it has to get paid!! You must create as many income producing options you can!! 

Average US household owes $15,654 in credit card debt


Americans owe $905 in credit card debt.


Americans owe $905 in credit card debt.

As 2017 comes to a close, many Americans will set financial goals for the upcoming year.

Based on a recent survey, we’re guessing those goals will probably include paying down debt.

On Monday, NerdWallet released its Household Credit Card Debt Study, revealing that Americans owe an estimated $905 billion in credit card debt. That figure is up 8% from last year, and includes balances from cardholders who pay off their cards every month, as well as those who carry a balance from month to month.

Boiled down, the average household owes $15,654 in credit card debt.

This data is alarming, but not record-breaking. According to NerdWallet, Americans owe $8.74 trillion in mortgage debt, $1.21 trillion in auto loans, and $1.36 trillion in student loans.

Why so much debt?

It’s no secret that Americans love their plastic, but why has the amount of debt continued to rise?

For starters, more and more Americans are putting medical expenses on their credit cards.

In the survey, 17% of respondents said they’re in debt because they spent money on an emergency medical expense. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health care costs have increased 34% over the past decade, while income has only grown 20%. To keep up with bills, a whopping 27 million adults are putting medical expenses on a credit card.

A 2016 survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation echoed the same problem: 37% of respondents increased credit card debt to pay medical bills.

Spending has also climbed in other categories, including food (22%) and housing (20%).

The increase in debt can also be attributed to interest rates. In the survey, 41% of respondents admit to spending more than they should on unnecessary purchases. Spending more can lead to carrying a balance, which leads to more money spent paying interest. For instance, if you keep a balance of $6,081, with an interest rate of 14.87%, you’ll end up paying $904 in interest per year.

What you can do

First and foremost, Americans need to get honest about their spending. If you’re charging purchases that you cannot afford to pay off right away, or if you are living above your means, it’s time to rein it in. Only then can you start to address your growing debt.

In a perfect world, you would pay off your credit card balance in full every month. Still — sadly — only 1 in 5 (about 18%) of Americans actually do this. In reality, about one-quarter of cardholders say they pay whatever they can afford at the end of the month, and 23% say they only pay the minimum amount due.

If you can’t pay off your full balance every month, that’s OK. Focus on keeping interest payments as low as possible.

“To reduce the amount of interest you’re paying, consider making payments more frequently than once a month to keep your average daily balance down,” said Kimberly Palmer, NerdWallet’s credit card expert.

Palmer also suggests consolidating your debt onto a card with 0% introductory APR. This way, you can work on paying down debt during the interest-free 12- to 18-month introductory period.

The online survey was conducted by Harris Poll, and surveyed 2,089 adults ages 18 and older. NerdWallet also used data from the US Census Bureau and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Brittany Jones-Cooper is a reporter at Yahoo Finance. 



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