Ausperity

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Quercus Publishing, Feb 1, 2013 - Self-Help - 300 pages
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We're all feeling poor. Our wages mightn't have risen for a long time, but taxes, food, heating, clothes, pets, driving, kids, booze, leaving the house - and paying for the privilege of living there - certainly have. Life costs more - but that doesn't mean it has to become rubbish. No need for a hairshirt or holiday-less year - treats can stay on the agenda.This book contains so many money-saving ideas and tips that together they'll knock thousands off the cost of living. It's less shiver-me-timbers-I-can't-afford-the-heating, more ten easy tips to slash your heating bill by a third.

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Lucy Tobin is the personal finance editor of the Evening Standard and writes a weekly column called How To Save It. She was a Telegraph journalist whilst aged 16, and is a regular guest on TV shows including BBC Breakfast, Sky News, BBC News 24, Five Live and more.

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