Living On A Shoestring (Common Sense Ways to Save Money)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Common Sense handling money? To some, it seems so obvious, so easy. How can 2 people, who earn the same wages, have such huge differences in the debt they owe? Would you like to know their secrets and live the carefree life like they do?
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About Anna Florin

Anna likes to write about a variety of subjects... everything from saving money, to writing about ghosts and history. She's excited to have the opportunity to have others experience her work and wants to suggest readers visit her website... Featherwood Publishing, at www.featherwoodpublishing.com. Not only are her books listed in paperback format, but you'll find lots of other authors there as well. Many exciting books for children, teens, young adults and adults. Cookbooks, 4-wheeling getaways, suspense, military, you name it. Check it out.

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Reviews of Living On A Shoestring (Common Sense Ways to Save Money) by Anna Florin

Kylie Fells reviewed on April 1, 2020

Savvy personal finance guidelines for those of us starting out on our own or already out there. Can't a gurl just be nozy? The book's a short, sweet challenges to many common spending habits but, come on, the author's lived by what she's sharing and, get this, as I'm posting my review, the book's free. Hey, guys, ya got nothin' to lose here and gobs to gain. Like maybe even getting free of that student loan debt, if we're really smart.
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)
Aneza Lee reviewed on Aug. 19, 2013

This wonderful little book is full of useful nuggets of information that will show the reader easy ways to save money. I really enjoyed the easy to read style and there is plenty of advice for everyone from school leavers to older folks who haven't learnt good money management advice yet.

I must admit that I would have found it easier to reference things if the author, Anna Florin, had included more sub-headings, as there is so much good advice that you'll definitely find yourself scrolling through it more than once! Brilliant book. Thank you so much, Anna. Even though I am not from the USA, the hints are easy to adapt to your own country.
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peggy clark reviewed on Aug. 19, 2011

This was an excellent book, with great, easy budgeting ideas. I highly recommend this book.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
CW Johnson reviewed on May 3, 2009

I downloaded the sample of this book out of curiosity more than anything else. I wasn’t a quarter way through the sample before I realized this author was really on to something. The most surprising of which was a way to earn up to 50% on a specific, well known investment. If you think that sounds too good to be true, trust me. It’s an investment you’ve heard of too…If you’re like me, you’ve simply never thought of it in the way this author did. I’m giving this little book 5 stars simply because, I’m changing the way I do things because of it.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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