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Small Savings Make A Big Fortune

1069 ideas you can use to save money NOW!

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Small Savings Make A Big Fortune

1069 ideas you can use to save money NOW!
By Lesley Voth

In these days of bursting real-estate bubbles and spiraling unemployment, conspicuous consumption is “out” and serious thrift is “in.” The global economic meltdown has forced most consumers to become more aware of their spending habits in order to make do with less, pay off debt, and pad their savings accounts for the future. Yet even for those people willing to make big changes in their spending, it can be tough to figure out where to begin.

Cue Lesley Voth’s Small Savings Make A Big Fortune: 1069 ideas you can use to save money NOW! is a clear, concise guide for families and individuals seeking guidance on where and how to trim their expenses. With 1069 tips and strategies for reducing spending and eliminating debt, Small Savings Make A Big Fortune is a must-read for consumers struggling to make both short- and long-term financial changes. Lesley stresses the importance of living within your means—i.e. spend less than you earn!—and yet she understands from personal experience how difficult that can be. In addition to the useful ideas to implement immediate savings, this eBook is loaded with links to websites that will help readers execute their plans.

Chock-full of valuable information, Small Savings Make A Big Fortune: 1069 ideas you can use to save money NOW! is the go-to guide for anyone trying to save money and get ahead financially, from new graduates and young couples just starting out to working families dealing with lost wages and retirees facing reduced pensions. Lesley’s advice is realistic, yet encouraging. She is sympathetic to the considerable stress that results from a financial crisis, but she is also honest about the sacrifice and hard work necessary to recover. Readers who stick to the plan set forth by Small Savings Make A Big Fortune may have to divest themselves of some immediate luxuries and possessions, but ultimately they will find themselves beginning a new and exciting stage of life.

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ISBN: 9781618428233

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Simply Fantastic: Living Better on Less

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Are you tired of living paycheck to paycheck?

In today’s grim economic climate, consumers of all ages are struggling to make ends meet amidst lost jobs, reduced pensions, and rising costs-of-living. With the help of Simply Fantastic: Living Better on Less, stressed spenders can place themselves on the road to financial recovery and freedom. This concise, easy-to-understand guide includes:

  • 518 tips and strategies to slash living expenses and reduce cost of living
  • 66 helpful websites for additional research
  • Easily understood information that focuses on both immediate results and the development of sound, long-term financial habits
  • Warnings for how to avoid the scams and pitfalls that can sabotage a good financial plan
  • Useful, real-life anecdotes from author Lesley Voth
  • From new graduates and young couples to working families and retirees, Simply Fantastic is the go-to guide for anyone trying to save money and improve their financial outlook, all while living a better life.

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ISBN-13: 978-1439248874
$13.99 Trade Paperback

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Do you want to be in the same position financially next year as you are right now?

If not, you’ll want to read this book.

In these days of bursting real-estate bubbles and spiraling unemployment, conspicuous consumption is “out” and serious thrift is “in.” The global economic downturn has forced most consumers to become more aware of their spending habits in order to make do with less, pay off debt, and pad their savings accounts for the future. Yet even for those people willing to make big changes in their spending, it can be tough to figure out where to begin.

Cue Lesley Voth’s Simply Fantastic: Living Better on Less, a clear, concise guide for families and individuals seeking guidance on where and how to trim their expenses. With 518 tips and strategies for reducing spending and eliminating debt, Simply Fantastic is a must-read for consumers struggling to make both short- and long-term financial changes. Voth stresses the importance of living within your means—i.e. spend less than you earn!—and yet she understands from personal experience how difficult that can be. Anecdotes from her life in the working world and as a wife and mother are sprinkled throughout the book, providing readers with real-world examples of how to become financially free. Sixty-six websites are also included, for those readers in search of supplemental information.

Chock-full of valuable information, Simply Fantastic is the go-to guide for anyone trying to save money and get ahead financially, from new graduates and young couples just starting out to working families dealing with lost wages and retirees facing reduced pensions. Voth’s advice is realistic, yet encouraging. She is sympathetic to the considerable stress that results from a financial crisis, but she is also honest about the sacrifice and hard work necessary to recover. Readers who stick to the plan set forth by Simply Fantastic may have to divest themselves of some luxuries and possessions, but ultimately they will find themselves beginning a new and exciting stage of life.

BUY NOW from Amazon

ISBN-13: 978-1439248874
$13.99 Trade Paperback

Simply Fantastic Press Release

Midwest Book Review of Simply Fantastic

I am please to report that my book has recently been favorably reviewed by Midwest Book Review. Their review was published on their website, Amazon, and several other websites and publications. The following is a copy of the review:

Simply Fantastic
Lesley Voth
ISBN 9781439248874, $13.99, www.amazon.com

Much peace of mind comes when you actually have money left over when the week is out. Simply Fantastic: Living Better on Less is a guide for readers to cut their costs and have a better life in spite of penny pinching. With countless tips and guides to researching more, Lesley Voth gives advice on what to change in one’s life to lead to a better life on many levels. “Simply Fantastic” is strongly recommended for those in tough financial times.
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Simply Fantastic: Living Better on Less by Lesley Voth

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About the Book: The global economic downturn has taken its toll on people from all walks of life. For most, the path to recovery boils down to one simple rule: spend less than you earn. That’s easier said than done, of course, which is where this practical guide comes in. Simply Fantastic: Living Better on Less challenges readers to change their lifestyle to one that is affordable yet still offers the benefit of financial freedom. Lesley Voth uses clear, concise language to outline 518 tips and strategies for reducing spending and directing the surplus toward debt reduction. But this is no stern treatise on self-deprivation. Rather, Voth offers up realistic strategies with immediate and long-term benefits, sprinkled with anecdotes from her own life and advice for enjoying life with less. Readers hungry for still more information will be happy to find sixty-six helpful websites included. Brimming with optimism and humor, Simply Fantastic is a valuable guide to financial responsibility for all ages.

Reviews: Much peace of mind comes when you actually have money left over when the week is out. “Simply Fantastic : Living Better on Less” is a guide for readers to cut their costs and have a better life in spite of penny pinching. With countless tips and guides to researching more, Lesley Voth gives advice on what to change in one’s life to lead to a better life on many levels. “Simply Fantastic” is strongly recommended for those in tough financial times. –Midwest Book Review

Similar to technical knowledge, sales training, music lessons and motorcycle riding, one can never receive too many pointers for improvement. Even if you are an expert on a subject and attend a seminar, take a class, or read a new book, you are bound to pick up a few new good ideas (In the case of this book it is for saving money, as I did, in Simply Fantastic). I am fortunate to know the author, and can say that the book is light hearted, easy to read, pleasant and true to her personality and desire to help people save money and live better on less. Lesley provides the readers with her unique international personal experience, creative ideas and clever websites to pursue each subject in depth. It is a great book to read and give as a gift. – S. Morgenroth

About the Author: Educated in the school of hard knocks, Lesley¹s many years of experience taught her how to live well on very little, so that she could accomplish her goals and dreams, and now she wants to teach you by telling you how she did it. You¹ll be challenged to change your lifestyle to one that is affordable for the benefit of financial freedom. “Resolve not to be poor; whatever you have, spend less.” -Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)

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