Are Peace of Mind and Maximum Income Important To You?


Are These Important To You?

Peace of Mind

So each day we make decisions about what is important to us!

And that list changes every day based upon what is now important!

Let’s face two topics that are a not a matter of IF but When! Do you want to prepare now or later? There is a major difference in cost!

Are Peace of Mind and Maximum Income Important To You?

If either of these are important please contact me to request an excellent video that talks about how your personal future can be more secure as well as to describe a personal business opportunity for you.

To get more information  and obtain solutions…contact

Dan Norris at 407-749-9395 or



Americans personal identity now is at greater risk than it has ever been.  As we have just experienced 40-70 million people’s personal credit card data being stolen from Target…and the Federal Government is spending millions of dollars in advertising to get Americans to use the website that professionals testify is absolutely unsecure,  the risks increase.

Identity Theft of Social Security Card

Identity Theft of Social Security Numbers

And since you can’t stop all this…you can only have it monitored, get notified rapidly, and then it has to be fixed taking 3 years in many cases…and some cases are never resolved….who is going to fix it for you? Do you have access to your data in all the databases around the U.S. and world? Do you have the time to act as an ID Theft detective and get authorization from the banks and credit bureaus and government to check on all your data? Really?  Are you serious?

Don’t kid yourself, it is ridiculous to think that you can put your identity back together by yourself….even if you do have an insurance policy to reimburse you for your time and effort. Can you afford the time?



Peace of Mind

Internal Revenue Service

Examples of Identity Theft Schemes - Fiscal Year 2013

The following examples of identity theft schemes are written from public record documents on file in the court records in the judicial district in which the cases were prosecuted.

Two Sentenced for Participating in Identity Theft Scam
On September 30, 2013, in Los Angeles, Calif., Michael Williams, of Palmdale, was sentenced to 33 months in prison and ordered to pay $787,086 in restitution. Mike Niko, of Los Angeles, was sentenced to 15 months in prison and ordered to pay $104,662 in restitution. According to court documents, from May 2008 through July 2010, Williams and Niko conspired with others to defraud the United States by using the personal identifying information of various individuals to file false tax returns claiming fraudulent tax refunds. A co-conspirator stole names and social security numbers from the California Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) computer system. The fraudulent returns claimed the First Time Home Buyer Credit and/or Earned Income Credit. Purporting to be tax preparers, Williams and Niko established bank accounts for the purpose of receiving the refunds claimed on the false tax returns.

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Dan Norris
Small Business Consultant