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Writing Grants for Profit

Worked into many nonprofit’s operating expenses is a budget for Grant Writers.

Sometimes it’s an annual salary, sometimes it’s a percentage of the grant received.

I found this, the

on Google Books.

Just like the one I found yesterday, they conveniently leave out a few pages.

Still, it’s a good read and you can buy the rest of the book at Amazon

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April 18th, 2009 | Tags: , ,

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Inspired by ‘s report

My goal is to make a fortune every month WITHOUT working.

Clearly, I have a long way to go.

Residual income comes from articles written in the past.

Each month I devote 4-6 hours of my time, writing articles for revenue-sharing sites that will generate residual income forever.

Each month, the income grows while the time commitment stays the same.

Year 1

December 2007 – $3.45

January 2008 – $10.96

February 2008 – $13.99

March 2008 – $17.18

April 2008 – $30.44

May 2008 – $27.18

June 2008 – $26.54

July 2008 – $59.09

August 2008 – $154.50

September 2008 – $132.12

October 2008 – $135.64

November 2008 – $210.16

December 2008 – $160.69

Year 2

January 2009 – $221.11

February 2009 – $228.69

March 2009 – $380.01

April 2009 – $629.06

May 2009 – $617.81

June 2009 – $629.81

July 2009 – $743.13

August 2009 – $912.39

September 2009 – $975.01

October 2009 –

November 2009 –

December 2009 –

Year 3

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