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Saving Money: The 40 Tip Cheat Sheet for Peace of Mind, Effective Budgeting and Financial Success - Zach Lees

Saving Money: The 40 Tip Cheat Sheet for Peace of Mind, Effective Budgeting and Financial Success

By Zach Lees

  • Release Date: 2016-02-01
  • Genre: Personal Finance
Score: 4
4
From 102 Ratings

Description

Are you tired of feeling like you are constantly being bled for every last bill in your wallet or purse? Are you always on the lookout for ways to save money? Do you want a quick and easy tip cheat sheet on how reduce expenditure with minimal loss in your quality of life?

If you answered YES to any of the above questions look no further! Introducing Zach Lees' Saving Money: The 40 Tip Cheat Sheet for Peace of Mind, Effective Budgeting and Financial Success

This no-fluff book contains 40 Easy and Proven tips and tricks that experts use to help you save money starting today, and start you on your journey towards financial peace of mind today!

Reviews

  • Informative

    5
    By IronicVisions
    What may seem like common sense might be the ultimate game changer for someone else, that’s why I’m giving this book 5 stars, it is to the point and a great way to wrap your mind around saving money. Once you’re in the mindset, this book will make sure you start envisioning the application of said strategies to your daily routine.
  • Not the best and here’s why

    2
    By A Book and A Mind
    First - There were a lot of blank pages and spacing between paragraphs to make the book appear longer than it would be otherwise. Without all of the extra pages and lines my guess would be this book would be approximately 45 - 50 pages. Secondly- Suggestions made by the author were all common sense things, or things one could easily find on the net. Nothing new was brought to the table by the author. Glad this book was a freebie. Otherwise, I would be asking for a refund.
  • A start to save money

    4
    By wzafrane90
    A good quick tip guide on how to save money

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