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      11.0pt;color:#1F497D;”>Diane,
      11.0pt;color:#1F497D;”>SC is backward! And I live here!!! Most states don’t
      do the in person interview. When I went in (I panicked after my dh lost his
      job, and we were left with my $6 hr 20 hr /week paycheck to support a family of
      4, and then I found out I was pg… It was a hard month) it took me 3 hours
      of sitting there, and 10 minutes in her office. The worker is super nice, but
      the front of the house staff is just plain mean. After that initial interview,
      I’d always call her to avoid going in. They made me feel so low!!! The
      worst part is I know I make more than they do!
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      11.0pt;color:#1F497D;”>Christina Coyle
      11.0pt;color:#1F497D;”>
      11.0pt;color:#1F497D;”>Jackson Hewitt Tax Service

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      10.0pt;”>From:10.0pt;”>
      Budget101_@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of J
      Diane Northcutt

      Sent: Monday, June 23, 2008 8:00 AM

      To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

      Subject: Re: Budget101.com : HELP!!

      10.0pt;”>Wow,
      I just assumed that everywhere did it the way that they do in SC.

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      If you live in a state where you can apply for social services in person, then
      that is most likely the best way to tap into all that is available.

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      If you are forced to do it online ( no human contact)perhaps there is
      government agency that can at least give some info on all that is out there. I
      am thinking perhaps the office of your local elected representative.

      10.0pt;”>Hope
      it works out,

      10.0pt;”>Diane

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