1001 Ways to Cut Your Expenses

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Dell Pub., 1992 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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One of America's most respected and renowned financial planners provides 1001 tips to help everyone--from CEOs to homemakers--save money. Learn which corners to cut in various areas of everyday life. Take the revealing self-test and assess where your money is being spent. Then allow the expert to guide you to the most effective and creative ways to save it.

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Review: 1001 Ways to Cut Your Expenses: Here Are Money-Saving Tips from an Expert on How to Find Hidden Money When You Need It Most

User Review  - Angie - Goodreads

Eh - outdated for sure... Read full review

Review: 1001 Ways to Cut Your Expenses: Here Are Money-Saving Tips from an Expert on How to Find Hidden Money When You Need It Most

User Review  - Charity - Goodreads

Originally published in 1992, I only read it because it was in a stack of books I bought at the Goodwill bookstore a few months ago. The information is still pretty good, but, of course, a bit ... Read full review

Contents

How Good a PennyPincher Are You?
8
SHOPPING
12
Housekeeping 75
15
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Jonathan D. Pond's pioneering work in educating the public on financial matters and bringing low-cost, personalized money guidance to Americans has been far-reaching and widely recognized. His prime-time public television specials have been critically acclaimed, including winning an Emmy Award, and his books have sold more than 1 million copies. He lives near Boston with his family.

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