Penny Pinching

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Bantam Books, 1997 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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This fourth revised edition ofPenny Pinchingis expanded and updated to include even more penny pinching tips--whether you are at the supermarket, buying a new car or major appliance, planning a vacation, purchasing eyeglasses, shopping for designer labels, remodeling or maintaining your home, dining out, getting a prescription filled, or setting up a general family budget, this book covers it all. This new edition not only offer more information in all the areas covered in the original book, but it also adds some hot new tips for warehouse clubs, fax machines and cellular phones, software programs for your home computer, advice on 401 (k) plans, planning ahead financially for your child's college education, and more. All financial statistics, addresses, phone numbers, and other specifics have all been checked and updated in this new 1997 edition.

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User Review  - mochap - LibraryThing

too dated to really be useful. Also, not as entertaining as, say, the Tightwad Gazette. Still, maybe a few tips I hadn't seen before...worth a skim Read full review

Contents

SLASHING FOOD AND GROCERY BILLS
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About the author (1997)

Lee Simmons was born in 1873 and pursued many professions during his long career including farmer, stock raiser, mule trader, sheriff of Denison County, and banker. He accepted the position of General Manager of the Texas Prison System in 1930, and he is credited with general reform and improvement of conditions in Texas prisons during his five years of leadership.

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