Best of the Cheapskate Monthly: Simple Tips For Living Lean In The Nineties

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Macmillan, May 15, 1993 - Business & Economics - 201 pages
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Mary Hunt is a self-avowed reformed spendthrift and credit-card junkie. When she and her family of four found themselves $100,000 in debt and her husband suddenly lost his job, it was time to tighten the belt.

Refusing to sacrifice her quality of life, Ms. Hunt systematically put to work every tip, trick and technique to turn her financial disaster around.

Translating that experience into her immensely popular newsletter, The Cheapskate Monthly, Ms. Hunt now tells you all you need to know to turn your own finances around for good.

Filled with first-person accounts, recipes, formulas, budgeting and recylcing tips, reader response and encouragement, The Best of the Cheapskate Monthly is a necessity for the '90s.
 

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Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1 From Credit Card Junkie to Cheapskate
Chapter 2 The Debt Mess
Chapter 3 Getting Out of This Mess
Chapter 4 A New and Improved Quality of Life
Chapter 5 Kids and Cash
Chapter 6 Cheap Shots
Chapter 7 The Best of Cheapskate MonthlySelected Articles
Chapter 8 Selected Reader Mail
Suggested Reading and Additional Help
A Final Word
A Special Offer from Cheapskate Monthly
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Mary Hunt is a self-avowed reformed spendthrift and credit-card junkie. When she and her family of four found themselves in $100,000 in debt and her husband suddenly lost his job, it was time to tighten the belt.
Refusing to sacrifice her quality of life, Ms. Hunt systematically put to work every tip, trick and technique to turn her financial disaster around.
Translating that experience into her immensely popular newsletter, The Cheapskate Monthly, Ms. Hunt now tells you all you need to know to turn around your own finances for good.

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