Here is where you can tap into Matthew Lesko's 40 years of free money research experience.
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Armed with a MBA in computerized management information systems paid for thanks to government money because of service as a Naval Officer in the Vietnam War, Lesko became a professor in computer science and started a career as an entrepreneur. His first two businesses failed and one was a software company.
His first successful company was a consulting business that helped Fortune 500 companies tap government programs to finance mergers and acquisitions and enter new markets. In a few short years, this business grew from himself with a phone and a desk in a one-room apartment to 30 researchers in downtown Washington, DC.
He then left the corporate world to educate the average consumer how they also can use the same government programs to help their lives. He has written over 100 books on the subject of free money. Two became New York Times Bestsellers.
He was also a columnist for the New York Times Syndicate and Good Housekeeping magazine. He has appeared on hundreds of radio and TV shows and made regular appearances on Letterman, Larry King, Leno, CNN, Fox, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and Oprah. His crazy TV infomercials were among the most popular in the industry and he is often recognized on the street because Lesko always wears Question Mark Suits.
Now he is involved with what is happening on the Internet with Crowdfunding, Peer-To-Peer and the Shared Economy. This has potential to be an even bigger opportunity to the average consumer than government programs. This is an industry that began just 5 years again and already is handing out more the $34 Billion a year in Crowdfunding Money. It has great advantages over government money because it requires no complicated forms, no credit checks, costs nothing to try, you don’t have to repay the money, and you can use it for any kind of business idea, project, community activity or personal finance problems. Crowdfunding now gives more money to artists than the U.S. Government’s National Endowment of The Arts. President Obama even uses crowdfunding when he can’t get the money he needs fast enough from the U.S. Congress. See https://youtu.be/_lV22k7NjOU
I have been studying this industry for the last 3 years and have amassed a collection of over 1,000 video interviews of people who have used or created websites on crowdfunding, peer-to-peer and the shared economy.