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Hunt knows how to live on the cheap, and she's proud of it. Although she's probably doing just fine (after the roaring success of her newsletter, "The Cheapskate Monthly," and her previous books, including Mary Hunt's Debt-Proof Living and Cheapskate Monthly Money Makeover), Hunt has thousands of tips for lowering bills, managing savings, getting out of debt and changing your attitude about money. In a chipper, conversational tone, Hunt explains how she became a cheapskate, what readers need to do in order to become cheapskates themselves, and how following her advice will help them achieve financial freedom. Eschewing heavy financial talk, Hunt focuses on simple methods for getting out of debt-e.g., how to develop a "Freedom Account" to handle irregular expenses, and how to shop more economically for groceries. This is an uncomplicated guide squarely aimed at helping those in tight financial straits.
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Mary Hunt is the creator and publisher of "The Cheapskate Monthly," a newsletter that has provided help and advice since 1992 to overspenders and those burdened with debt. Author of several books on living debt-free and a popular speaker, she has appeared on such shows as Good Morning America and The Oprah Winfrey Show, and she has been featured in USA Today, U.S. News and World Report, Newsday, and The Wall Street Journal. She lives with her husband in Orange County, California.See all Editorial Reviews
Getting a lot of tips on how to get out of debt. Won't know for sure if it is going to work for at least 4 years. That is game planPublished 5 months ago by Susie
I really like the good advice on how to get debt-free found in this book. Fast service, and book was as described.Published 22 months ago by Emma Miller
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I know it's an older one, but it's jam-packed with very encouraging and helpful information for anyone, no matter your past, current or future... Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Paul Dare
I just recently heard Mary Hunt on Focus on the Family (which I almost never listen to but just happend to tune into that day). Read morePublished on July 24, 2012 by Michele
A great challenge to learn how we can make our money work for us instead of against us. From a woman and her family who climbed out of $100,000 of credit card debt by paying it... Read morePublished on January 7, 2012 by knitter