The United States of America owes trillions of dollars to creditors, and the amount is increasing every day. If the country continues on its current track, it could result in dire consequences for the government and its citizens. But a realistic solution could liberate us from the national debt crisis.
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Elias Hill, a retired industrial engineer who prides himself on finding solutions to difficult problems, presents that solution. If implemented, it would
•place the country on a solid financial foundation, free of foreign economic pressures;
•guarantee the financing of all social programs—especially those that provide work incentives and benefits for lower-income populations;
•establish a solid income base that would allow the government to meet its financial requirements; and
•prevent future situations that could lead to financial ruin.
By paying down its debt, the United States could regain its economic prestige and preserve its ability to help others while building a stronger, more secure society. Discover how to help the nation overcome its problems with US National Debt Recovery.