How Is Your Income Doing?

A recent article in The New York Times business section reported that the average income for America’s 200 highest-paid executives on 2015 was down 15% from 2014.  Boo hoo.  Those poor folks: they had to get along on an average income of only $19 million.

How about you?  How was your income in 2015?  Are things looking up for you in 2016 — or down like those execs’ pay did last year?  If you are like most people, you’d be happy to make a small fraction of that big executive paycheck.

Well, YOU can do better than a small fraction.  A SuperPrize worth a million or MILLIONS of dollars is indeed possible  – thanks to the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes.  Just like you’ve seen on TV, our famous Prize Patrol could arrive at YOUR door — with roses, balloons, champagne and a Big Check — with YOUR name on it!

A dream?  Yes.  But a dream that has come true for many, many people – real people like you.

And speaking of real, besides the Big (cardboard) Check we always arrive with a real check – even if it’s the first of many – so you can quickly experience relief from pinching pennies and nagging bills!

Just imagine the freedom of being able to walk into a store, seeing something you’d like for yourself or your family and saying to the sales clerk “I’ll take it.  Er, wait: give me a dozen!”

Ah yes, what a luxury it would be to reduce the stress of “just getting by.”  A $10 Million PCH winner some years ago told us that she suddenly realized she could forget the laundromat and send stuff out for professional cleaning.  Wow!  What an extravagance!  But better than that was the new home and newfound financial security for her young family and the ability to share the blessings with causes and people dear to her heart.

If any of this sounds pretty good to you (and I’ll bet it does), enter our fabulous sweepstakes today and everyday at pch.com – and a big super-sized paycheck could start coming your way.

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Wishing you the best of luck.

Dave Sayer
PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador

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