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Legacy Education Alliance CEO Anthony Humpage Interviewed on

Discusses How Freelancers Can Generate Cash Flow as Part of ‘1099 Economy’

CAPE CORAL, Fla.-- Anthony Humpage, Chief Executive Officer of Legacy Education Alliance, Inc. (OTCQB: LEAI), a leading provider of educational training seminars, conferences and services, was interviewed on on February 23.

During the interview, Mr. Humpage spoke with interviewer Gregg Greenberg about the current ‘1099 Economy,’ which is being driven by a reduced supply of well-paying, full-time jobs and causing many to turn to freelancing. Humpage described three routes to financial independence, including: taking advantage of low interest rates to invest in real estate as a way to generate cash flow; starting an entrepreneurial business; and engaging in paper assets, including stocks and bonds.

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About Legacy Education Alliance, Inc.

Legacy Education Alliance, Inc. ( is a leading provider of educational training seminars, conferences and services. Legacy Education Alliance, Inc. was founded in 1996 to provide quality professional education enrichment in the areas of real estate investing, financial instruments and personal finance with the goal of empowering its students with real-world, practical knowledge. The global company has more than 200 employees worldwide with students in more than 100 countries. 900,000+ people have participated in its Rich Dad Education Workshops and Seminars since 2006. Please check out:

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