Saturday, July 23, 2011
Get smart about spending and saving -- and ride out a recession!
I love reading thrifty books- and have found another to add to my collection. This book is from the For Dummies series, called: "Living Well in a Down Economy".I really enjoyed this purse sized book that teaches you how to make the most out of the money you make. You'll find ways to cut your grocery and utility bills as well as your housing costs.This book will will give you all sorts of tips on being more careful with your money while at the same time, not changing your quality of life.
•125 tips for making changes in your life that allow you to continue to live well
•Ways to stand out on paper and in an interview when looking for a job
•Tips on managing debt -- from working with credit counselors and consolidating your debts to boosting your income
•Smart solutions for weathering financial emergencies, from bankruptcy to foreclosure
This book was written by Tracy L. Barr, who has authored or coauthored several books, including Adoption For Dummies, Cast-Iron Cooking For Dummies, and Latin For Dummies.