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How to Save Money when Times are Tough [Kindle Edition]

Jeff Kinder
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Book Description

Have you ever wondered how millionaires amassed so much money? You may be surprised to read that most often it was not purely from earning big salaries, but also from watching what they spend. Even for those who have wealthy relatives or have enjoyed wealthier times, there’s no quicker way to money troubles or even bankruptcy than continuously spending more than you earn. Here are 40 tried and proven tips for keeping your money in your pocket rather than in someone else’s.

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  • File Size: 50 KB
  • Print Length: 6 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003MGKCO8
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  • Lending: Enabled
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1.0 out of 5 stars Save Your Money, look elsewhere August 13, 2011
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Just a list of 40 items that will take you roughly TWO MINUTES to read... All easily found with a decent google search. So don't make my mistake, SAVE YOUR MONEY, and look elsewhere for something much more substantive.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Easy steps that helped me save Money! November 7, 2011
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I found this to be a really useful book. It's easy read and the ideas have helped me to save money every month. This booked provided 40 easy to follow tried and proven suggestions for keeping my money in my pocket - which is always a bonus! Most of the ideas are easy to implement, with just a few that required a lifestyle change, but I have found that it's worth the effort to make real money-saving changes. In particular, I like the tip of checking on youtube.com before buying DVD movies or TV shows. This tip alone has saved me many $'s. Excellent easy read. Highly recommended!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Helpful April 1, 2013
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Has good quick ideas. I like that they are listed so that I can go back and reference later on.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Saved me money already December 31, 2011
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OK, so it can be read in a short time, but read it full and save a lit! Someone once said that if you could save on utility bill costs then you would make it to millionaire status in a short time, and I agree! I am determined to cut our over the counter spending by 25 percent this year. With this book I have saved 21 percent this month. That is 21 percent of what I normally pay out on things, including rubbish and impulse buys. Instead of taking the first quote for anything I make a point of shopping around. Overseas trips are out due to the exchange rate of the dollar not being as powerful as it used to be. When living a frugal lifestyle you are seldom bored because there is always something you can be doing to save money. I think the first thing to do is to make a budget and to be completely honest with yourself and put a special section aside to keep track of how much money you spend. Cancelling unneeded services is a good way of saving money, too. I only have my windows cleaned monthly now instead of fortnightly. Cancelling subscriptions to wasteful magazines has also saved me a bit. My washing machine now gets the cold treatment with low temperature detergent, saves a packet. I find that there are a lot free samples about to take advantage of, especially if you ask. I am also a dab hand with a needle and thread, repairing clothes instead of throwing them out. I also bake my own bread, not that I eat a lot of it but it tastes so much better Well done, Jeff, every bit helps.
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