Live a richer, more financially sound life by spending your money smarter. Here's a sampling of what you'll learn in "Living Rich by Spending Smart" by award-winning writer Greg Karp.
Get Financially FIT. That stands for Food, Insurance and Telecommunications. In Chapter 1, you'll learn how to save at least $1,000 this year on these crucial areas of spending. What is "refinancing" your life insurance? Never grocery shop for what you need?
Smart people; dumb spending. Money is emotional, and sometimes personal finance is more personal than it is finance. Identify money problems between your ears in Chapter 2. What's your money personality?
What a waste! Some of the worst spending habits ever, in Chapter 3. Bottled water, extended warranties and other stuff you should never buy.
Spending 101. Big-picture strategies for spending smart. Nine habits of highly successful spenders in Chapter 4.
Everyday spending siphons. Learn to spend less on gasoline, television, medications and utilities in Chapter 5.
Financial foolishness. What mutual funds to buy, which ID theft safeguards to pay for and killer credit card tactics in Chapter 6.
Big-ticket spending. Spend smarter on cars, houses, college and weddings in Chapter 8.
How to buy happiness. It can be done. The secret is in this book!
It doesn’t matter whether you earn $20,000 a year or $200,000. The only thing that makes you wealthier is regularly spending less money than you make. Living Rich by Spending Smart shows readers how to cut thousands of dollars a year in spending without feeling deprived. Compounded over a lifetime, it's the difference between struggling and living rich.