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People from All Occupations are Making 6-Figures as
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Are you working paycheck to paycheck? Life in the U.S. is expensive and the pay is never enough. You work week in and week out, but have little more to show for it than big debts and maxed out credit cards. There’s always too much month left at the end of the money.

Use The Skills You've Already Acquired, But For Higher Pay With Better Benefits!

Defense companies around the world, and particularly in the Middle East, are hiring people for a wide variety of white collar and blue collar positions that they need to fill. Some positions these companies need to fill do not even require a degree or a specialized skillset. They just need Americans who are willing to go overseas and work hard. You can make life changing money and pay off your debts in as little as one year. However, unless you know where to look, how to apply, and exactly what to say, you will never get an opportunity to get your foot in the door.


6 Benefits of Working as an Overseas Contractor

Gain Financial Freedom and Build Wealth as a Civilian Contractor

Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up someday without any financial worries, debt-free, and with enough savings for your rainy days or retirement? Is this even possible? You probably know that the statistics say that the odds are against you.

Think Again!

These days, companies restructuring, declaring bankruptcy, or closing is common. Even giant corporations that have been in business for ages close due to economic challenges.

If you are content with a steady paycheck that barely keeps your head above water, then read no further. I wish you well, but what I’m about to reveal is not for you.

Making ends meet can present significant challenges, especially for families. It can be hard just to get by, and even when you do, the unexpected costs add stress to your life. But I have a solution for you. There is a way to prosper in your career, earn a decent income, and have enough savings for your future.

My name is Kevin, but these days I am known better as “Contractor Kev.” I have been down some of those challenging paths, as I was living the typical working life and struggling, then became an overseas contractor. I want you to consider becoming an overseas contractor because it will pay big money and help you experience true financial freedom.

In a moment, I’m going to show you how average and ordinary people created a solid financial foundation for the rest of their lives. First, let’s talk about debt… specifically, your debt.

Only 20 percent of Americans are free from any form of debt

- CBSnews

One-third of Americans report they have no retirement savings.

- Time.com


Are you suffering from Life- Sucking, Soul-Crushing Debts?

We all have some small debts from time to time, but what I’m talking about is the kind of debt that leads to bankruptcy, failed marriages, and even suicide. I’m not kidding when I say debt can be life-sucking. It can literally take the life right out from you.

Does any of this sound familiar? I hope not, but chances are you belong to one or more of these demographic groups. However, I am about to show you a way out of the struggle. There are only two ways out of the debt trap: make more or spend less. I can help you make more money, a LOT MORE MONEY!

  • 7 out of 10 college students have school loan debt that will stay with them for life.
  • Over 38 million households in the U.S. live paycheck to paycheck with zero savings.
  • 41% of adult Americans admit at the time of being asked, they have less than $500 in the bank.
  • 57% of divorced couples named money problems (debt, lack of money) as the primary reason for divorce.
  • 59% of Americans admit that running out of money is their number one fear.


6 Excellent Reasons to Work Overseas


Your First $104,100 is tax-free!

Let me repeat that. The maximum amount of the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 911 was $104,100 for the current tax year. Then you still apply all the usual tax deductions to any earnings over $104,100, including mortgage interest, property taxes, out-of-pocket medical costs, or for many people, the standard deduction. The tax savings alone will skyrocket your savings and investment potential!


Turbo charge your savings rate

You have zero living costs for food, housing, electric, and the internet. Everything that you typically pay for at home is provided free overseas, so you save at an extreme rate. It’s just the opposite if you work in the U.S. where you get paid low to average wages and pay high living expenses out of your own pocket.


Financial Freedom

You will quickly pay off all your debts. When your debts are paid, and no one is breathing down your neck with their hand out looking for money, you will have a peace of mind that you haven’t felt since you were a kid. You will never worry about credit card debt, school loans, car payments, or mortgage payments again!


Support the Troops

It’s a great experience, and you get to support the troops. Our troops have no choice and must be there. You can do your part and make things a bit easier for them and feel good about the job you do. Plus, you get the adventure of a lifetime and stories to tell your kids and grandkids.


Your International Resume Opens Doors

Your overseas work experience makes your resume stand out from the crowd when you can add your international work history. Employers will give you priority, knowing that you have what it takes to see a long-term project through to completion, especially when things get tough.


Get Away From Home

Here is an opportunity to start over and get away from whatever is bothering you in your life right now like a crazy ex, an evil boss, bill collectors, whoever. You can pull the eject lever and get paid well for doing it. The high income can help solve many of the problems you want to escape.


Short Term-Pain, Long-Term Gain

If you are a military veteran, you probably have experience being away from home for months at a time. Most civilians do not have the experience of leaving the country for long periods of time. As such, you need the information we provide so that you are prepared for success.

Many people, from minimum wage workers to small business owners, work long hours for months and years at times. This situation is quite like working offshore or on an oil rig. Home is nothing but a bed and a place to keep their belongings. So, giving up long cross-town commutes and working a second job is not that big of a sacrifice considering the money they could be making for the same time and effort.

If you can stay focused on your goal, understand the main reason behind it and remain dedicated to gaining the experience for your future, this short-term inconvenience will lead to financial independence most people will never achieve.

To find the opportunity and to prepare yourself for the adventure of a lifetime, you need to learn from a pro that has the exact right experience using a real-life tried and tested technique.

Don’t Give Up On Your Dream of Financial Freedom!


I Don’t Know How

Many people don’t know these jobs exist, and the ones that do are unsure of the whole process of getting hired. They don’t know how the system works. That’s why you are here, and why I created this course. Once you are a member, you will know everything you need to know about finding the right companies, the right jobs, and how to apply successfully.


Is it Dangerous? I’m Not Sure If It’s Safe

I want to dispel the myth that overseas contractors are men-only, wannabe mercenaries or gunslingers. 25% of all overseas contractors are women, and the overwhelming majority of contractor jobs do not give you access to firearms unless you are in a security position.

Safety is a big issue and taken very seriously. Most places you work will have armed security, and in general, most cities in the developed countries in the Middle East are safer than many U.S. cities. Use common sense and travel in groups, as you would in any other part of the world. You will be briefed wherever you go about any safety concerns and policies. Follow the rules and use common sense and you’ll be fine.

If you’re worried about danger, just work someplace safe like Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi, Oman or the UAE. Working in the Middle East doesn’t have to mean you work in direct conflict zones like Iraq or Afghanistan. Yes, areas of conflict pay more, but there are six-figure jobs in the safe places as well. Look at me, I’m a financial analyst! There are jobs of all types, from the post office to the dining facility to skilled trades, logistics, etc.


I Don’t Know If I want To Be Gone a Long Time

In the end, it doesn’t matter if you go or not. The sun will still rise and set daily. Each day you will get another day older at the same job and wonder how you will ever make enough money to pay off your debts and have some of the good things and perhaps someday retire. Meanwhile, another man or woman in your position took the initiative to take my course, got a job overseas, and came back debt-free with plenty of money in the bank. You both are another year older, but the person who made the sacrifice to work overseas has real peace of mind knowing they are financially free.


I’m Afraid of Working in Another Country

If you have never been outside of the U.S. or worked abroad, it can be a bit intimidating. You will need to know what immunizations to have, paperwork you need, and tips about the local customs. That’s why you need a mentor and a good idea of what to expect before you go.

As an overseas contractor, you will be exposed to different languages, cultures, and ways of thinking. It’s a whole different world from the life you might be used to. That’s the fun part and adventure of working abroad as a civilian contractor. You will gain a new perspective on the world and make new friends. Wherever you end up, there are plenty of people who speak English, so communication is never a problem. However, you should get a phrase book and dictionary for wherever you expect to work. Knowing a few phrases makes traveling and interacting with locals easier.


I Have a Family/Kid(s)

Remember the “Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain” I mentioned earlier? Military men and women must leave their families at a moment’s notice and be gone for many months at a time. Sometimes they aren’t able to easily communicate with their family back home. When they finish their tour of duty, they have little to show for it except a new ribbon and kids that got bigger. It’s not only military though. Chefs and shift workers are lucky if they ever see their children awake. Getting time off to do something enjoyable or meaningful is next to impossible. And really “cool” family trips like Disney World cost a fortune. Those trips are simply out of reach for most working people these days.

So, what’s better? Working so many hours per week and only seeing your kids sleeping and not having the time off or savings to really do the things you want, or investing some time in the sandbox to come back with the kind of money that you can do everything you ever dreamed of for your family?

Hi, I'm Contractor Kev, founder of the Civilian Contractor Academy

  • 12 Years as an Overseas Contractor
  • 3 Contracts in Iraq
  • 2 Contracts in Afghanistan
  • Other work locations include Qatar, Kuwait and The UAE
  • One Year Contract completed for work at Army Contracting Command


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