100 Ways to Save and Grow Your Money: Financial Fitness for Regular People

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Best Books LLC, 2009 - Business & Economics - 162 pages
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Are you frustrated with the month left at the end of your money? Are you starting from zero with no money at all, or worse - starting with a load of debt? There is hope! Do you have a "why"? A goal that absolutely must happen? A dream vacation, new furniture, college tuition, new church building, big medical bill, or well-fed credit card debt that's outgrown all your other bills? This book is for you! Through simple and practical ideas and examples, you'll learn how to put money back into your pocket, purse and bank account regularly and safely. You can watch your debt shrink and your money grow month by month. It's easier than you think.
 

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User Review  - sammyshu - LibraryThing

Just as Peter Sorrells hints in the title, the proper way we should approach personal money management is exactly like our constant attempts at fitness: it just doesn’t magically happen over night. It ... Read full review

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User Review  - FreemanWriting - LibraryThing

I've read through a number of books in this genre, and I honestly began this one thinking that it would be similar to many of the "get rich quick" or "hypnotize yourself into being a millionaire" type ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter Page Introduction Define Your Why
1
Plastic Attack
7
Give Yourself a Raise
19
Tax Minimization
31
Income Maximization
41
Lifestyle Equalization
49
Mind Your Own Business
61
Around the House
73
The Art ofSelfDiscipline
87
GetSmart
101
Future Shock
117
Travel and Entertainment
133
Sample Monthly Budget
144
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