If you are looking for a 'new secret magic formula' to solve all your financial problems, this book isn't for you!
But if you are a responsible, realistic and practical person searching for tried and tested tips to cut back on expenses and save some extra money, then you may find this booklet very useful.
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28 hours a week
28.) Use your lunch hour!
An hour a day equals 28 hours per week
It is a free book. Get it and quickly scan through it. Count the errors for added enjoyment, starting with the website's incorrect URL.
Back to Basics
For those who gave a negative rating because of "no new information": Any time a sports team or an army or any group of professional people start to fail, lose, or do poorly, there is a common thing they all do. They all look at the basics. There may not be much new information here, but for those who have strayed from what they already know (as we all tend to do), this is a good reminder of how to get back to what we know we should be doing.
Keep it up! I appreciate your willingness to share your wisdom without charging me!
"Most biggest?!?!" "An hour a day equals 28 hours a week?!?!" Anyway, good effort, decent tips. Worth the free download from iBooks as a reminder to monitor your spending. Please put a little more effort into your work next