Stop Wasting Money: Your Common Sense Money Management Guide for Everyday Life {Review}

January 21
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Are you looking for ways to save money?  Need to stop spending so much?  Check out the book Stop Wasting Money: Your Common Sense Money Management Guide for Everyday Life!

About Stop Wasting Money

Stop Wasting Money: Your Common Sense Money Management Guide for Everyday LifeWith over 30 years of combined experience in saving money in manufacturing and health care, the authors apply this expertise to the home and small business. They show how to use data to decide when to buy in bulk, how much your time is worth, when to go green, and other key financial topics.

  • Paperback: 222 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace (March 20, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1451512465
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451512465
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.6 inches

You can purchase your copy from Amazon today!

My Take on it
If you are like most people, you are always trying to find ways to cut back on the bills, or at least on the money going out of your pocket rather than into your savings.  Well, Stop Wasting Money! is the way to go. There are 57 different sections listing ways to save money and time! These sections are from ways to save time with organizing your kitchen to save time finding and using items to ways to save on water usage to baking your own food to saving on health care expenses and everything in between.

Each section contains at least one way to save in that area and as many as 26 different ways to save. Obviously there are more ways in some areas than others. You should be able save some money by reading this great savings book!

I would recommend this book for anyone who wants to save a little money to a lot of money. It would even be a great gift for your children who are just moving out on their own or those thinking about it.

Disclosure: I would like to thank Carol Coots for providing me with a copy of Stop Wasting Money! for the purpose of this review. All opinions are that of my own.

About Shawn Ann Griffith

Shawn Ann Griffith is a born and raised Michigander and a soon to be single mother to hurricane of a boy (2005) and a toddler boy (2011). She is also a 2010 Baker College graduate with an Associates degree in Business with a concentration in Accounting / Computer Information Systems. You can view my About Me page to learn more.