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Consider Changing Your Investment Strategy

Whether it’s a change in a retail climate or perhaps a promising new venture,when real estate investors need to react swiftly, one of the best tools to consider is an IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale. 245 more words

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A Loan Of $350 Helped To Purchase Fishing Nets And Pig Food

Leading Philanthropist Joe Johnson, PhD funded a microloan for Rolando, a fisherman from the Philippines.

Here is Rolando’s Story

If you visit Dulag, Leyte in the Philippines, you will find Rolando, a family man with a love for fishing. 184 more words

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A Loan Of $225 Helped To Buy Groceries To Sell

Joe Johnson, PhD, the Philanthropist from Goodfield Tampa fully funded a microloan for Perlita, a general store owner from the Philippines.

Here is Perlita’s Story… 213 more words

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A Loan Of $300 Helped To Buy Groceries

Philanthropist Dr. Joe Johnson from Goodfield Tampa fully funded a microloan for Nayuma, a general store owner from the Philippines.

Here is Nayuma’s Story… 215 more words

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A Loan Of $350 Helped To Purchase Sacks Of Charcoal

Entrepreneur Dr. Joe Johnson from Goodfield Bradenton, helped to fund a microloan for Natividad, a charcoal saleswoman from the Philippines.

Here is Natividad’s Story… 206 more words

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A Loan Of $225 Helped To Buy Goats

Philanthropists Joe Johnson, PhD from Goodfield Tampa fully funded a microloan for Lidia, a farmer from Uganda.

Here is Lidia’s Story

When you are in the Kamwenge, Uganda community, there is a hardworking mother of three named Lidia who has been making a living as a goat farmer. 196 more words

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A Loan Of $300 Helped Stock His Grocery Store

Joe Johnson, Ph.D., Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist funded a microloan to Antonio, a grocery store owner from El Salvador.

Here is Antonio’s Story

In El Salvador, there is a 48-year-old family man, who has been with his life partner for many years. 216 more words

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