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Live Your Life for Half the Price

Mary Hunt, Mary Hunt
Live Your Life for Half the Price

You work hard for your money. You know you should save some, but it seems like every month something comes up that sets back your best laid plans. If you're tired of working hard just to get by, this user-friendly guide shows you that you can slash the cost of nearly everyth... Read More

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You work hard for your money. You know you should save some, but it seems like every month something comes up that sets back your best laid plans. If you're tired of working hard just to get by, this user-friendly guide shows you that you can slash the cost of nearly everything you need without sacrificing joy and quality of life.

Mary Hunt shows you how to get off the monthly money roller coaster. She offers the specific techniques, resources, and motivation you need to keep more of your money every month, including:

  • finding money you didn't know you had
  • cutting your grocery bill by 50%
  • controlling the mother of all budget-busters
  • avoiding fees
  • paying off your mortgage
  • saving on bills
  • preparing for disaster
  • paying less for your dream car
  • planning family vacations
  • and more!

It's time to start saving, giving, and finally making financial progress, and with humor and compassion, Mary Hunt is leading the way!
  • Product type: Book
  • Format: Softcover
  • Release Date: Jul 21, 2015
  • UPC: 9780800721473
  • Volumes/Discs: 1
  • Pages: 352
  • Publish Date: Aug 18, 2015
  • Language: English
  • BISAC: "BUS050000"
  • ISBN: 0800721470

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Solid Book with Good Financial Principles by Melanie on 11/11/2015
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Money is something most of us struggle with. Nobody usually struggles with having too MUCH, but we find making it all stretch and doing what we need to do, a particular challenge. Our economy isn't what it once was and as it battles back, we need some really solid ways to ensure we're solvent. This book offers some really good advice on making our dollars stretch more, appreciate what we have, and be good stewards of what we've been blessed with. It's important to be accountable, responsible, and generous. I hadn't read anything by this author before but I enjoyed this book. I received this book for the purposes of reading and offering an honest and unbiased review.

This book does not offer much new information, it’s basically a repeat of her several other books by Angie on 10/21/2015
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I did not find Mary Hunt’s latest book exactly helpful. Truthfully this book does not offer much new information, it’s basically a repeat of her several other books. I do not see the point of this particular book if you already own or are familiar with Mary Hunt. Her main message is basically spending less than what you make. Most of her financial advice and tips of saving money are “common sense”. Some of the software she talks about in this book in my opinion is not worth the money and not necessary. I found more practical and worthy financial information from Mary’s daily email newsletters which are free to sign up for. Basically I would not recommend this particular book but I would suggest you maybe take a look at one of her other books. I definitely recommend that you sign up for Mary’s email newsletters and her website for free helpful information.

Good read, great money saving tips. by Elizabeth Copeland on 2/20/2015
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This is a great book for those who are looking to find ways to cut fat in their budget, or to make sound financial decisions on large ticket items (from durable goods to mortgages). Each chapter focuses on a topic that can affect your bottom line, like groceries, clothing, or home maintenance costs, and sets out realistic ways that you can reduce those expenditures, and plan ahead for them. The book also addresses some common financial lifestyle issues, and how to either avoid them completely, or to slowly dig your way out of them if you're already in debt. Overall, it’s a really good book, even for the financially savvy, because it covers so many aspects of financial life and is sure to save you some money along the way!
(I received a copy of this book for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way.)


…to look after orphans and widows in their distress. James 1:27
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