Have you ever been thinking that it's time to start saving money, but you just can seem to get around to it? Personal finance sometimes feels like a money management burden that will never leave you debt-free. In fact, Thomas Jefferson felt the same way. He had some very profound feelings about debt in both his public and private worlds, and he left behind some wise insight that allows us to realize we're all in the same boat, with the same worries.
In this book we cover eight great money-saving strategies and rules that will change your way of thinking about frugal living, and budgeting for beginners. Of course, we do this with a little help and insight from the words of Thomas Jefferson himself.
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- Candice Castillo
Was not impressed with performance
The title grabbed my attention because I'm interested saving but quickly felt deflated 1/3 through.
Would you try another book from Gerald Campbell and/or Jon Wilkins?
What was most disappointing about Gerald Campbell’s story?
not much information
How could the performance have been better?
Better reader. he stumbled and made mistakes.
What character would you cut from 8 Laws of Saving Money?
I was very disappointed.
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