There’s something about being a called a dummy we don’t like but when it comes to saving money we all need a hand and why not from a book that assumes we know nothing and spells everything out in simple terms. Sometimes you have to start out small to save big.
Feel like you’re trying to dig out from under a mountain of debt without a shovel? Tired of working your tail off just to break even? Is the high cost of living taking all the joy out of life? Unless you’re one of the top two percent of wealthiest Americans, all of the above should sound painfully familiar. While they’re trying to decide between the ski lodge in Telluride and the Tuscan villa, for the rest of us, it’s an endless litany of corporate lay-offs, stagnant wages, crushing credit card debt, skyrocketing medical costs, exorbitant utility bills, the high cost of higher education…. And they call this “the good life.” Is there a better way to live? Can you get what you need and what you want without killing yourself to g
Frugal Living for Dummies