2nd Annual Tax Lien Investing Online Conference from The Tax Lien Lady

 On Thursday, May 5, Joanne Musa, Founder of TaxlienLady.com® is Hosting the 2nd Annual Tax Lien Investing Online Conference highlighting interviews of 6 tax lien and tax deed investing experts (including herself) on topics related to making investing in tax liens and tax deeds easier, more profitable, and more fun!

Been looking for a way to invest money for high returns without the risk of the stock market but afraid that if not done correctly money will be lost?

· Don’t know where to find out about tax sales?

· Don’t know what to do after having a tax lien or tax deed?

“If you have any of these concerns, you are not alone,” says Joanne Musa, The Tax Lien Lady. She adds, “During this conference, you’ll hear about services that will help you find out what tax sales are coming up across the country, research tax sale properties easier and faster to choose the right properties to bid on, and get results of past tax sales. You’ll even learn how to clear the title on your tax foreclosed properties faster so that you can sell them faster and shorten your turnaround time to profit from your investments.”

One of the experts interviewed will talk about how to sell liens for a profit without waiting out the redemption period. And another speaker will reveal how to profit from tax sale overages – “That’s a strategy that I get a lot of questions about. But it’s not one that I personally do. So, I brought in a tax deed expert, who also is an expert at overages,” states Ms. Musa.

On Thursday, May 5, 2022, Joanne Musa is hosting the 2nd Annual “Tax Lien Investing Conference.” Joanne, known online as The Tax Lien Lady® will be interviewing 5 other experts on how to make tax lien investing easier, more profitable, and more fun.

This online conference will be covering topics like:

· How to quickly and easily chose the best properties to invest in

· How to get top dollar for tax-foreclosed properties

· Make money from tax liens without waiting for them to redeem

· How to profit from tax deeds and tax sale overages

· Where to get tax sale results

And it’s free.

Come to the live conference.

It starts at noon Eastern time, 9 am Pacific, on May 5.

Experts will speak on topics related to tax lien and tax deed investing safely and efficiently.

This live virtual event is on May 5, 2022.

VIP tickets are available for access to the recordings and special bonuses. Register to attend for FREE at https://taxlienlady.com/book/tax-lien-investing-conference/.

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Canada – Investing in Product Development for PEI Festivals and Events

Tourism has been uniquely impacted by COVID-19 around the globe. In Atlantic Canada, tourism was both the first and the hardest hit sector. Amid the immense challenges of the pandemic, festival and event organizers across Prince Edward Island have adapted and persevered. Looking towards the future, creators are eager to explore new ways to advance the sector and reach new markets. Full recovery for the festivals and events sector is expected to take several years, and the Government of Canada is working to expand opportunities to develop new tourism products and ensure the industry is well positioned for long-term, sustainable growth.

Fund will support new and re-imagined events to help build and sustain the tourism industry post-pandemic  

March 4, 2022 · Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island · Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)

Tourism has been uniquely impacted by COVID-19 around the globe. In Atlantic Canada, tourism was both the first and the hardest hit sector. Amid the immense challenges of the pandemic, festival and event organizers across Prince Edward Island have adapted and persevered. Looking towards the future, creators are eager to explore new ways to advance the sector and reach new markets. Full recovery for the festivals and events sector is expected to take several years, and the Government of Canada is working to expand opportunities to develop new tourism products and ensure the industry is well positioned for long-term, sustainable growth. 

An innovative pathway for tourism recovery

Today, Sean Casey, Member of Parliament for Charlottetown, announced an investment of $676,500 to support new and diverse product development in PEI’s tourism industry. The announcement was made on behalf of the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Official Languages and Minister responsible for ACOA.

The investment will establish the PEI Events Innovation Fund, to be administered through the Tourism Industry Association of Prince Edward Island (TIAPEI). Projects supported through the fund will help expand PEI’s tourism offer in all four seasons, showcasing the Island’s cultural and culinary assets in new and fresh ways that can sustainably grow as the tourism sector continues to recover.

Today’s announcement demonstrates the Government of Canada’s commitment to this key sector in Atlantic Canada, supporting innovation and expanded economic opportunities in rural communities, and helping the region’s tourism operators continue to deliver world-class tourism experiences.     

“In the face of much adversity, Atlantic Canada’s tourism leaders have shown such creativity and resilience. As restrictions lift, and we begin to safely welcome more visitors back to our special part of the world, the Government of Canada is here to support your hard work by making strategic investments for a strong recovery.”


–    The Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Official Languages and Minister responsible for ACOA

“Festivals and special events play an important role in fostering our community pride and shaping the experiences of visitors. They provide an opportunity to gather and celebrate, but they also create essential economic opportunity in some of our smaller communities.”


–    Sean Casey, Member of Parliament for Charlottetown

“We are very pleased to see the Prince Edward Island Innovation Fund announced here today. Festivals and Events have been a big demand generator for visitation to our Island, and play such an important role in showcasing our culture, history, and music. This fund will allow many organizers to begin to rebuild on such an important sector of our tourism industry.” 


–    Corryn Clemence, CEO, Tourism Industry Association of Prince Edward Island

2nd Annual Investing for Success Conference – From the Tax Lien Lady

 Joanne Musa, Founder of TaxlienLady.com® is Hosting the 2nd Annual Live Virtual Investing For Success Conference January 5 – 6, 2022.

The last 2 years were tough for many. Have there been obstacles that have been suffered?

· Been unemployed or under-employed due to COVID?

· Furloughed from a job for a long period of time?

· Accumulated a lot of debt on account of lost income due to the pandemic?

“If any of these things have happened, you are not alone,” says Joanne Musa, The Tax Lien Lady. “My husband was first furloughed at the start of COVID and eventually let go from his job, so I understand what it’s like to lose a large part of your income and benefits. But there is also an upside, and I’d like to help you make the most of it.”

What’s the upside?

Well, if a job was lost where there was a 401K, it can now be rolled over into a truly self-directed IRA. Use money from a SDIRA to invest in things like real estate and tax liens. How would having a blueprint for investing in alternative assets that are less risky than the stock market feel like?

Learn how a positive money mindset is needed to help succeed in investments (and everything else) and how to better manage money.

If this resonates, then the investor is covered.

On Wednesday and Thursday, January 5 – 6, 2022, Joanne Musa is hosting a Virtual “Investing For Success Conference.” Joanne, known online as The Tax Lien Lady® will be interviewing 8 other experts on how to have peace of mind for money, investments, and retirement.

This online conference will be covering topics like…

· how to become a personally owned bank, pay off debt and grow wealth faster

· how to manage money for building wealth and leaving a legacy

· what’s happening with the real estate market

· where are the best investment opportunities in real estate right now

· how to invest in multifamily properties and apartment houses

And the best part is… it’s free.

Come to the live conference.

It starts at 12 pm Eastern Time, 9 am Pacific, each day.

On January 5, day 1, 4 experts will speak on topics related to money mindset and managing money to build wealth and leave a legacy.

On day 2, January 6, 4 more experts will be interviewed on alternative investment opportunities that can be taken advantage of now.

Each day will end with a 30- minute Q & A session with the experts and will conclude at 3:45pm Eastern Time.

This live virtual event is on January 5th & 6th.

VIP tickets are available for access to the recordings and special bonuses. Register to attend for Free at www.InvestingForSuccessConference.com.

Tax Lien Lady L.L.C.

Joanne Musa

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Canada – Investing in recreation, green and rural infrastructure for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador

Today, the Honourable Seamus O’Regan Jr., Minister of Natural Resources, on behalf of the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and the Honourable Elvis Loveless, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, announced over $99 million in joint funding for green, recreation and rural infrastructure for residents across Newfoundland and Labrador.

St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, August 13, 2021— Canadians everywhere are feeling the impact of COVID-19 on their families, their livelihoods and their way of life. Together, Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador are working to enhance citizens’ quality of life, meet the needs of communities, and promote job creation and investment to address the impact of COVID-19.

Today, the Honourable Seamus O’Regan Jr., Minister of Natural Resources, on behalf of the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and the Honourable Elvis Loveless, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, announced over $99 million in joint funding for green, recreation and rural infrastructure for residents across Newfoundland and Labrador.

Today’s investments will support 88 infrastructure projects that will make a difference in the lives of residents across the province. The projects include upgrades to recreation facilities, water and wastewater systems, and roads that people rely on to go about their daily activities. Together, these investments will ensure residents continue to benefit from safe, sustainable and reliable public infrastructure services for years to come.

The Government of Canada is investing more than $39.3 million in these projects through the Community, Culture and Recreation Infrastructure Stream, Green Infrastructure Stream, and the Rural and Northern Communities Infrastructure Stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. One project is also receiving funds through the federal Canada Community-Building Fund. The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is contributing more than $39.3 million, while project recipients are contributing more than $20.3 million in total towards their respective projects.

“Investing in public infrastructure is investing in a better quality of life for Canadians. The 88 projects announced today will provide residents across Newfoundland and Labrador with the services and facilities they rely on to stay healthy, enjoy an active lifestyle, and to connect with one another. Canada’s infrastructure plan invests in thousands of projects, creates jobs across the country, and builds stronger and more sustainable communities.”

The Honourable Seamus O’Regan Jr., Minister of Natural Resources

“So many people across Canada step up for their communities, they work hard and give their time and energy to make a difference. I am so proud that as a government we can support them in making their dreams a reality, building stronger, healthier and more resilient communities together.”

Yvonne Jones, Member of Parliament for Labrador 

“Investing in these projects announced today are an integral part of keeping our rural towns and communities in Newfoundland and Labrador thriving. This infrastructure investment in Bonavista-Burin-Trinity and the province will bolster much needed upgrades and services to help residents in Newfoundland and Labrador stay healthy and well, all while protecting key infrastructure for generations to come. I’m proud to be announcing projects that are creating jobs across the country, and building stronger communities.”

Churence Rogers, Member of Parliament for Bonavista-Burin-Trinity

“We continue to work with our Federal and Municipal partners to create a happy and healthy province. These projects will provide a great number of communities with the ability to become a better place for our residents to live and grow.”

The Honourable Elvis Loveless, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure

Emelyana Titarenko

Press Secretary

Office of the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities

873-355-9576

Emelyana.Titarenko@infc.gc.ca

Marie-Pier Baril

Press Secretary

Office of the Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Rural Economic Development

613-295-8123

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Transportation and Infrastructure

709-729-1758, 730-4607

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Canada – Backgrounder: Investing in recreation, green and rural infrastructure for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador

Joint federal, provincial and municipal funding through the Investing in Canada infrastructure plan will support 88 projects, including recreation, green, and rural infrastructure improvements.

Investing in recreation, green and rural infrastructure for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador

Joint federal, provincial and municipal funding through the Investing in Canadainfrastructure plan will support 88 projects, including recreation, green, and rural infrastructure improvements.

The Government of Canada is investing more than $39.3 million in these projects through the Community, Culture and Recreation Infrastructure Stream, Green Infrastructure Stream, and the Rural and Northern Communities Infrastructure Stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. One project is also receiving funds through the federal Canada Community-Building Fund. The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is contributing more than $39.3 million, while project recipients are contributing more than $20.3 million in total towards their respective projects.

Project Name

Location

Federal Funding

Provincial Funding

Municipal Funding

Water and Sewer Upgrading – Merasheen Crescent Phase 4 and Hynes Heights

Arnold’s Cove

$262,982

$328,728

$65,746

Terra Nova Road Lift Station Upgrades

Baie Verte

$101,566

$126,957

$25,391

Irishtown Road Storm Sewer Upgrades – Phase 2

Bay Bulls

$346,411

$433,014

$86,603

Water Main Replacement & Associated Upgrades – Church Road

Botwood

$388,225

$485,281

$97,056

Water Upgrade – Phase 3

Branch

$196,051

$245,064

$49,013

Port Au Bras – Water System Improvements

Burin

$252,601

$315,751

$63,150

Enhanced Water Treatment System

Burnt Islands

$58,037

$72,547

$14,509

Water Street – Water, Sewer and Street Upgrading Phase 3

Carbonear

$473,929

$473,929

$236,964

Valley Road Water, Sewer and Street Upgrading Final Phase

Carbonear

$450,922

$450,922

$225,461

Emergency Backup Generator

Cartwright

$52,596

$65,746

$13,149

Water System Improvements

Cartwright

$555,870

$694,838

$138,968

Grand Bay Bottom sanitary sewer upgrades – Phase II

Channel-Port aux Basques

$1,066,428

$1,066,428

$533,214

Snows Avenue Water Sewer 2021

Clarke’s Beach

$215,725

$269,657

$53,931

Water & Sewer Upgrades

Conception Bay South

$1,450,608

$1,087,956

$1,087,956

Main Street, Water & Sewer Upgrades

Cow Head

$345,068

$431,335

$86,267

Water Filter Replacement

Deer Lake

$966,213

$966,213

$483,107

Main Street North Water Main Replacement – Phase 1

Elliston

$181,398

$226,747

$45,349

Lift Station upgrades

Embree

$322,764

$403,455

$80,691

Reids Road Water and Sewer Extension

Ferryland

$248,594

$310,743

$62,149

Chlorination Building Bypass Valve and Chamber Replacement

Fortune

$83,916

$104,894

$20,979

Water System Upgrades

Fox Cove-Mortier

$224,398

$280,498

$56,100

Town of Frenchman’s Cove Booster Pump Upgrades

Frenchman’s Cove

$46,095

$57,618

$11,524

Water Intake Extension

Gambo

$45,909

$57,386

$11,477

First Ave Water and Sewer Replacement

Glenwood

$295,402

$369,252

$73,850

Riverside East Watermain Replacement

Grand Bank

$441,688

$552,110

$110,422

Circular Road Area Water, Storm and Sanitary Sewer Upgrades

Grand Falls-Windsor

$1,265,603

$949,202

$949,202

Sewage Lift Station Upgrades

Happy Valley-Goose Bay

$412,066

$309,049

$309,049

Harvey Street & Mercer’s Road – Water & Sewer System Upgrading

Harbour Grace

$1,206,598

$1,508,247

$301,650

Bannerman Street – Water & Sewer Upgrading

Harbour Grace

$282,150

$352,688

$70,538

Cocharne Street Water & Sewer Upgrading

Harbour Grace

$277,763

$347,204

$69,441

Conran’s Road Water Main Upgrades Phase II

Harbour Main-Chapel’s Cove-Lakeview

$256,711

$320,889

$64,178

Sewer Upgrade

Holyrood

$536,612

$670,765

$134,153

Water and Sewer- Upgrade North Outfall

Inuit Community Government of Makkovik

$206,095

$257,619

$51,524

Upgrade Water Parsons Road

Lewin’s Cove

$42,368

$52,960

$10,592

Beaumont Street, sewer, storm and waste water upgrade and road

Lewisporte

$257,336

$257,336

$128,668

Chlorination Building and Intake Upgrades

Little Harbour

$127,410

$159,263

$31,853

Water Supply Upgrades

Mainland

$46,946

$58,682

$11,736

Water and Sewer Replacement Along Route 450 and Serpentine Road

Mount Moriah

$838,355

$1,047,943

$209,589

Full Replacement of Water, Sanitary & Storm Sewer, Asphalt, Curb, and Sidewalk – Jackman Drive area

Mount Pearl

$1,632,303

$1,224,227

$1,224,227

Water System Improvements

Newman’s Cove

$90,683

$113,354

$22,671

New Septic Tank at existing Norman’s Cove Outfall

Norman’s Cove-Long Cove

$83,910

$104,888

$20,978

Water Main Cleaning & Hydrant Installation

Norman’s Cove-Long Cove

$79,381

$99,226

$19,845

Sewage Lift Station Retrofit – Norris Arm

Norris Arm

$145,094

$181,367

$36,273

Lift Station Retrofit: Burns Cove and Fish Plant Lift Stations

Old Perlican

$229,408

$286,760

$57,352

Water Main Replacement

Old Perlican

$45,907

$57,383

$11,477

Secondary Treatment at St. Thomas Line Wastewater Treatment Plant

Paradise

$6,667,049

$5,000,287

$5,000,287

Storm Sewer System – Phase 3 Tamarack Avenue

Pasadena

$607,579

$607,579

$303,790

Forest Road Storm Sewer  System

Pasadena

$553,169

$553,169

$276,585

Jerseyside Stormwater Collection

Placentia

$725,004

$725,004

$362,502

Sewage Pumping Station Retrofit

Point Leamington

$290,187

$362,734

$72,547

Town Pumphouse Upgrades

Port au Choix

$129,603

$162,003

$32,401

UV Disinfection System Upgrades Portugal Cove Waste Water Treatment Plant

Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s

$302,429

$226,822

$226,822

Bragg’s Lane – Substandard Water Main

Pouch Cove

$83,443

$104,304

$20,861

New Road Phase 2 – Water Loop Completion

Pouch Cove

$58,902

$73,628

$14,726

Beachside Road Upgrades

Ramea

$181,041

$226,301

$45,260

Watermain Replacement

Random Sound West

$47,155

$58,944

$11,789

New Chlorination System

Seal Cove, Fortune Bay

$13,990

$17,488

$3,498

Chlorination Upgrades

Southern Harbour

$290,228

$362,785

$72,557

Lift Station #13 Upgrades

St. Alban’s

$75,811

$94,764

$18,953

Voyce Cove Road Water Services Replacement

St. Alban’s

$308,505

$385,631

$77,126

Sanitary Sewer Treatment Plant Assessment

St. Alban’s

$9,975

$12,469

$2,494

Water Line Upgrade North Street

St. Anthony

$780,151

$975,188

$195,038

Water Main CIPP Lining Program

St. John’s

$3,554,574

$2,665,930

$2,665,930

Leary’s Brook Berm

St. John’s

$1,000,000

$1,300,000

$0

Pollux Crescent Phase III, Water, Sewer and Road Upgrades

St. Lawrence

$212,404

$265,505

$53,101

Seal Cove Road, Water & Sewer Upgrades – Phase 3

Stephenville Crossing

$362,734

$453,417

$90,683

Pleasant Ave Reconstruction – Phase 2

Stephenville

$453,026

$453,026

$226,513

Trokes Road & Wharf Loop Water and Sewer Upgrades

Summerford

$282,022

$352,528

$70,506

Lift Station Retrofit – Summerford

Summerford

$97,575

$121,969

$24,394

Water System Improvements

Trinity Bay North

$173,024

$216,280

$43,256

Upper Island Cove Water System Improvements – Janes Lane and Cranes Lane

Upper Island Cove

$164,662

$205,827

$41,165

Water System Upgrade

New Chelsea-New Melbourne-Brownsdale-Sibley’s Cove-Lead Cove

$56,516

$70,645

$14,129

Phase 5 Water System Upgrade

Wabana

$881,238

$1,101,547

$220,309

Pump House Electrical Phase II

West St. Modeste

$51,986

$64,982

$12,996

Brigus Road Water and sewer Upgrades Phase 2

Whitbourne

$565,865

$707,331

$141,466

Long Pond Road Water and Sewer upgrades

Whiteway

$317,382

$396,728

$79,346

2020 Water Transmission Main Phase II

Woodstock

$105,537

$131,922

$26,384

*A portion of the Road Upgrades project in Rose Blanche- Harbour Le Cou is funded through the federal Canada Community-Building Fund.