Penny Pinching

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Bantam Books, 1999 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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The book that helped launch the frugality revolution is back, and more resourceful than ever. The authors who slashed supermarket bills on "The Oprah Winfrey Show", Lee and Barbara Simmons offer invaluable new tips on economizing on travel, groceries, cars, fax machines, cellular phones, software, college tuition, and more. Unlike guides that merely show how to cut back, "Penny Pinching 1999" is for people who want to stay within their budget and live with style.

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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 (1999)

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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