How to survive without a salary

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Warwick Publishing Group, Dec 31, 1992 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
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Here is a book for everyone concerned with the diminishing purchasing power of their dollar. Whether you are employed or without a salary, live in the city or the country, Charles Long will teach you how to get along with less & make do with what you have. This is the Conserver Lifestyle. This no-nonsense guide will help you to hang onto your money. In addition to valuable & specific tips on saving money, you will learn all about the economic philosophy behind the Conserver Lifestyle. Never again will you accept the blind consumer solution to every problem - buying that which the manufacturers & advertisers tell you that you need. As a Conserver you will learn how to: *avoid consumer traps; *budget effectively; *analyze your true needs; *plan your personal attack on inflation; *make a casual income; *utilize second-hand buying & auctions; *find alternatives to buying; *save on taxes & insurance; *begin the Conserver Lifestyle yourself.

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Charles Long is also the author of "How to Survive Without a Salary" and "Life After the City,

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