A Transparent Solution to Debt: $25 Dollar Miracle Published by Outskirts Press

Author Kevin Simpson lays out in his new book his Trading Dollars for Dollars Membership Club as an actual solution to the exasperating paycheck to paycheck, debt ridden lives so many of us now live.

Kingston, Canada, June 20, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Author and born-again Christian Kevin Simpson announced today the release of $25 Dollar Miracle, Trading Dollars for Dollars Membership Club, published by Outskirts Press. Simpson is confident enough in the miracle of his Trading Dollars – not time – for Dollars Membership Club, that he offers a $10,000 reward to anyone who can prove that his transparent and humbly presented solution to our financial woes is anything but what it is claimed to be.

The author’s favorite quote is from the Apostle Paul, when he delivers his message in Philippians 2:3: “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves.” With those traveling orders in mind, in 1996, Simpson started looking for a solution to the $250,000 music investor debt he had had to leave on the table, a debt that was quickly escalating to the half million dollar mark.

After sixteen diligent years of research and study, both on-line and off-line, Simpson discovered a way that anyone could be without money worries ever again. His membership idea must not only provide a solution to satisfy his investors, but also for the millions who struggle with financial debt and ongoing setbacks. Also, it must incorporate an all-inclusive and on-growing library of some of the most relevant educational, inspirational and leadership courses and materials available; all exclusive to members.

By taking a twenty-five dollar “miracle” and paying it forward, that is referring it, to the five people one loves and respects the most and paying only five dollars a month to keep it, anyone’s financial worries can end. Recognizing that we conventionally trade time for dollars to get a paycheck, Simpson initiated the idea of trading dollars for dollars, as a means of coming along-side or replacing the current financial system and eliminating fiscal worries.

Not only is Simpson’s club the solution to individual economic problems, it also begins to whittle away at the financial strife of millions around the world who are dying of starvation. Simpson’s membership also relieves the burden of the ongoing challenges faced by non-profit and church fund raising groups, who count on the very people, financially speaking, whose backs are against the wall.

Simpson shows that by trading time for dollars, our current system, nobody wins. By trading dollars for dollars, however, nobody loses.

$25 dollar Miracle is available on-line in paperback through Amazon and Barnes and Noble and at www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore for a maximum trade discount in quantities of ten or more.

Format: 6 x 9 paperback white ISBN: 978-1-4327-8338-9 SRP: $13.95
Genre: Business and economics/new business enterprises/self-help/personal growth/success

About the author:

Kevin Simpson grew up in a modest and humble background and became a born-again Christian in September, 1987. Since July of 1996, after walking away from an estimated multi-million dollar music management offer, while choosing to be responsible for every penny of investor debt left on the table, life no longer was just about Kevin, but rather, about being accountable to his music investors, and to the masses who live on credit, to pay bills and in debt, and about putting an end to global fundraising nightmares.

For more information or to contact the author, visit www.outskirtspress.com/25dollarmiracle.

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