Tips to help get the whole family involved in saving money
The helpful guide to living the good life on less
Need help keeping that New Year's resolution to eliminate credit card debt and live within your means? Then Frugal Living For Dummies is for you! Packed with tips on cutting costs on everything from groceries to gifts for all occasions, this practical guide shows you how to spend less on the things you need and save more for the things you want.
Praise for Frugal Living For Dummies
"A must-have for those wanting more out of their money!"
? Jonni McCoy, author and founder of Miserly Moms
"Nobody knows frugal like Deborah Taylor-Hough. Don't shop without this book!"
? Judith Waite Allee, speaker and coauthor of Homeschooling on a Shoestring
I first got on the frugal bandwagon back in the 90s when Amy Daczyczn's Tightwad Gazette was published. Read morePublished 2 months ago by high school teacher
Great book, fast shipping, I also recommend the new book 'Learn to Barter;How to Do More with Less During Tough Times' , the book teaches frugality and getting more deals in life. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kindle Customer
Over all not a bad book. Some great ideas but needs an updated version. I would buy her book again if revised in 2013.Published 17 months ago by deborah pulley
I keep the copy near so I can review often. I need all the information I can get. I hope to learn something new everyday.Published 19 months ago by Ronald D. Erickson
I loved the different ideas and tips in this book. It was an easy read as well as entertaining. The price was right on the book and the tips are sure to save you lots of cash!Published 20 months ago by Tieia Middleton
This is a very good basic book for beginners with families. It will give the first time frugal adventurer a chance to dip the toe in to get started. Read morePublished on December 1, 2011 by Patti Graham, Author
I was very pleased with the condition of the book. It was delivered when they said it would be and I was very pleased with that. Read morePublished on November 13, 2009 by Deborah Eck
Just look online for ideas and use common sense. This book offers no new information what so ever so pass.Published on May 29, 2009 by Stacey Dishman