1001 Ways to Cut Your Expenses

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Dell Pub., 1992 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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One of America's most respected and renowned financial planners provides 1001 tips to help everyone--from CEOs to homemakers--save money. Learn which corners to cut in various areas of everyday life. Take the revealing self-test and assess where your money is being spent. Then allow the expert to guide you to the most effective and creative ways to save it.

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User Review  - bostonian71 - LibraryThing

Lots of good advice for people trying to live below their means, and some silly tips just for fun. (Although maybe someone out there *can* keep a goat for milk and cheese.) Read full review


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Jonathan D. Pond's work in educating the public on financial matters has been far-reaching and widely recognized. His publications include "Your Money Matters" and "Four Easy Steps to Successful Investing".

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