According to a recent issue of the Daily Reckoning there may be 13 steps to financial well being in the USA and that may account for the parlous state of debt in the United States.  There may be a lesson in there for South Africans as well.  It would be interesting to do a similar exercise for our country to see how we compare.  It is possible to receive $75,000 a year in benefits without having to work.  The plan is seemingly legal and is reportedly being executed by millions of Americans.  A married couple with a stay at home mom yields $0.00 dollars.  An unmarried couple with stay at home mother can receive $75,000 a year in benefits.

A guy in the USA can follow these easy 13 steps to financial wellbeing:

  • Do not get married.
  • Use your mom’s address to get mail sent to.
  • Buy a house.
  • Rent it out to your girlfriend who has 2 of your kids.
  • Section 8 will pay $900 a month for a 3 bedroom home.
  • Girlfriend signs up for Obamacare so you do not have to pay for family insurance.
  • Girlfriend gets to go to college free for being a single mother.
  • Girlfriend gets $600 a month for food stamps.
  • Girlfriend gets free cell phone.
  • Girlfriend get free utilities.
  • You move into home but use mom’s house to get mail sent to.
  • Girlfriend claims one kid and you claim one kid on taxes and you both get to claim head of household at $1 800 credit.
  • Girlfriend gets disability for being “bipolar” or having a “bad back” at $1 800 a month and never has to work again.

An unmarried couple with stay at home mom receives $75 000 a year in social security benefits:

  • 21 600 disability;
  • 10 800 free housing;
  • 6 000 free Obamacare;
  • 6 000 free food;
  • 4 800 free utilities;
  • 6 000 Pell grant money to spend;
  • 12 000 a year in college tuition free from Pell grant; and
  • 8 800 tax benefit for being a single mother.

Anyone wishing to become a subscriber to the free daily service of the Daily Reckoning can follow the link :