#1 Best Seller for Amazon Kindle in Money Management
Here's what other readers are saying:
"When I bought this book I was afraid it would be the same old rehashed
money saving tips and if this were the case I was going to return it.
Thankfully, the book isn't full of the same stuff you can find on any
money saving website. Sure, there were some common sense ones, but
there were also a lot of tips regarding things you wouldn't normally
think of or find on sites like Wise Bread of Simple Dollar. As
the description said, all I did was pay a penny for each tip and I'm
sure I'll save a lot more than what I spent on this book. Highly
"I may have purchased this book because of the title and a funny cover
(we're all guilty of that sometimes), but what I found within far
exceeded my expectations. The tips are succinct and easy to follow.
Instead of listing a bunch of chore-like tasks I'll never get around to,
the items contained in this book are easy, simple changes, which means
I'll be far more likely to implement them. And that's all that matters
in the end."
The reason "349 Ways to Save" looks at pretty much every conceivable way to save money (without being redundant like most money saving books) is simple:
What does it matter if you save $1,000 once or $1 one thousand times? Either way you're saving $1,000!
In "349 Ways to Save" you'll learn about money saving tips both big and small that won't affect your lifestyle and, over time, will save you an incredible amount of money. By purchasing this book you can find out about:
* an unusual way you can slash your air conditioning costs by up to 20% with just a simple coat of paint
* where to look online to score tons of free items (both large items as well as samples)
* how to save tons of money while still going out to your favorite restaurants
* where to get inexpensive clothes but still look like a million bucks
* lots more - well, 345 ways more!
So, ask yourself, are you willing to pay a penny for each money saving tip listed in this book in order to potentially save many thousands of dollars over your lifetime?