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What area do I have the most expertise in? Insurance. When I read the book, I looked at the insurance area closely, and said to myself, "a very good chapter, except he excluded warranties."
Then as I read on, he handled warranties later, in discussions on electronics, where warranties are presently hot.
This is one of those books, that as you read it, you should make a list. Prioritize the areas where you are overspending, and take action one-by-one, to reduce your spending in a wise way. If you did this over a whole year, you might be able to do this in such a way that you don't notice any significant changes to your life.
This is a great book and you should buy it.
The book is broken up into Ten Chapters; each a category where you can save money. Some include: Telecom, Home Energy, Health and Beauty Products and Vacation and Travel Expenses. I read this book cover to cover in one sitting and then went back on the pages I'd book marked that had things I wanted to put into action!
Some of these things I'd already done but there were many that hadn't really occurred to me. Home Energy is a big one for me with summer coming and our utility bills that constantly seem to be on the rise. I did a few of the suggestions like turning down the temperature on my water heater and unplugging things that weren't in use since they continue to use power even when they aren't "on." We had previously switched out all our lighting to energy efficient bulbs and I did notice a drop in our electric bill. I'm also attempting to set the thermostat higher to see how much heat we can tolerate this summer. Of course we don't want to be miserable but it's finding that happy medium that can make a difference even if it's just one or two degrees.
Another suggestion I followed involved our current bills. I called my cable company, insurance companies and cell phone company to see if I could lower our bills.Read more ›
This book has completely changed my outlook on money. I had no idea how much money I've been needlessly wasting on things I never use (like my cell phone insurance). I was also glad to hear that using my microwave saves more energy than using my stove because I'm a terrible cook anyway, and his chapter on automotive savings is an absolute must read for anyone who owns a vehicle!
The helpful travel advice and his words of wisdom on better bill paying strategies alone is worth the investment in his book. Effortless Savings is an easy read full of useful advice and I would highly recommend it for anyone who wants to save money without sacrificing their quality of living!
I've always been curious about couponing and this book touched on which websites offer the best avenues for 'buying' coupons instead of clipping them out yourself. This book is full of great resources that help you save in practically any area that you can imagine. I like that the author includes specific websites that can be used to score better deals.
I'm a pretty techy person, but there are so many websites that offer fantastic deals that I've never heard of crammed into this book. I'm excited about these 'new to me' sites! Very easy read and even easier actionable steps.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good financial basics to get you started or to get you back on track on your financial journey to peace.Published 20 days ago by alana
If you make an effort to save money once in a while, you undoubtedly already use several of the tips in this book, but there are enough gold nuggets in here that everyone will find... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Stephanie Pierce
Not so much a "money management guide" as advice on bargain hunting and coupon clipping. Basic, basic, basic information. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
This book is a life saver for those who want to reduce spending and get the most bang for your buck. Easy instructions and anyone can learn to save money!!Published 6 months ago by TrinaLea
I read a lot articles about money management. This book actually had some ideas I hadn't heard of before.Published 7 months ago by Lisa Cooper
Downloaded it as a free e-book, I can't complain but I would not pay full price. Most of it is just common sense suggestions - combining your insurance polices for a bundle... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rebecca
I received this book for free and to tell you the truth I have never gotten around to reading it yet - but I look forward to reading it someday!Published 8 months ago by Colleen Babich
A lot of what was in the book I am already doing. But I found some good tips that I didn't know about that have saved me some money. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
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