21 Days to a Thrifty Lifestyle: A Proven Plan for Beginning New Habits
Families today are looking for new ways to save on basic expenses. 21 Days to a Thrifty Lifestyle offers a painless approach to saving money and spending wisely. Here's how to track expenses, save money at the supermarket, and cut restaurant bills by 40 percent. Here, too, is how to avoid getting ripped off, decide when to "do it yourself", plan for retirement, find the best insurance and health care providers, and much more.
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