Do you want to cut your bills without cutting back?
Are you fed up with being ripped off?
Do you want more money in your pocket?
The average person spends more money on their telephone bill than stocks and shares - so why do finance books always talk about the markets?
Whether it's utilities, credit cards, DVDs or debt, The Money Diet holds the secret of how to save. With crash-diet tips for speedy savings, a healthy eating guide to debt management, case studies and a complete financial fitness for life programme to strengthen reader's money-saving muscles, Martin Lewis can save you £6000 a year with his fully-researched, easy to implement, cutting-edge advice!
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"The greatest money-saving book ever" ( Cliff D'Arcy, Motley Fool)From the Publisher:
The book is focused around a Calorie Counter of savings. This page right at the start details the things you can save money on, how long each takes, how much you'll save and whether it's hard, medium or easy to do. A simple but powerful devise to put money into people's pockets.
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Book Description Vermilion, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0091894840