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release date: May 18, 2017
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Auto-Matic Money: 8 Ways To Save $1000s On Car Insurance
"There are worse things in life than death. Have you ever spent an evening with an insurance salesman?" - Woody Allen

Insurance companies and their agents make money off how much premium you pay. They both want you to pay as much as possible to fatten their wallets, but with the epidemic of rising insurance rates, what can you do?

You take back control, that's what.

As a former insurance agent turned consultant, Luke provides insight not only on the why the insurance rates are set, but also 8 ways for you to save $1000s over the years of being an auto insurance customer. Not only will you see the manipulation tactics clearer, you will also discover ways to keep you hard earned money in the your bank account, not theirs.
release date: Feb 21, 2016
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Minimalist: Simplify Your Life

Simplify Your Life

Living a Stress Free Minimalist Lifestyle with Less Clutter and More Happiness
Would you like to simplify your life, downsize, and become debt free?
Then this book is definitely for you!

Most of the things we own, we don’t even pay attention to in our day to day lives. You must keep finding things around your home you see only once a year, and yet you keep finding them every spring cleaning. You clean them up, meditate a bit on the memories they bring back, and put them back in their secret place. Then you forget about them for at least a few months. And it’s not just about the things we don’t use daily. It’s about the attitude, the desire to own so many things. It’s a vicious circle we draw ourselves, and we keep following the line like our lives depend on it.

Start collecting memories and stop collecting things!

Here are a Few Things You Will Learn From This Book:

  • Living Big Is Not Always Living Happy
  • Less Desires – Less Stuff
  • Your Definition of Minimalism
  • Tiny living, Living off the grid and Awakening
  • And much, much more!
Take action now! Continue reading for even deeper information on the minimalist lifestyle. More stuff doesn’t mean more happiness. What you need is more freedom, less worries and a whole lot of room for your stories to be told, not stored

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release date: Mar 10, 2017
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Good-Bye, Mortgage: How (And Why) To Pay Off Your House In Seven Years Or Less
Wouldn’t it be great to pay off your mortgage years before it is due? How about paying it off in seven or fewer years?

Yes, that is possible – and yes, it is possible if you only make an average income and have never won the lottery or inherited money. How to pay off a mortgage early? In just about 3,000 words, this no-fluff mini-ebook provides you with the five steps to do just that. It includes sample number-crunching to show you just how much lenders rip off home buyers…as well as how much richer you could be in ten or twenty years after paying off your home loan.

Not only that, but also it shows how utterly and completely WRONG financial “experts” are when they advise people not to pay extra on their mortgage, and to invest the money instead.

This personal finance book is a quick read, but it has information critical to your financial future. BUT I WARN YOU OF THIS: If you are living in a fantasyland hoping for some magical formula to help you quickly pay off your mortgage, don’t bother with this book. There is no quick and easy way. Nothing of great value ever comes quickly and easily.

However, if you have a realistic view of life and would like to pay off your mortgage years before it is due, but can’t wrap your mind around how you might do so, you need this book.
release date: Sep 16, 2014
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Everything You Need to Know About Personal Finance in 1000 Words

Become a master of your finances in less than 10 minutes.

Do you know that everything you need to know about personal finance can be summed up in only 1,000 words? What if I told you that you can learn how to handle your money better than a majority of your peers?

Now you can.

In this book you learn everything you could ever want to know about your money - in less than 10 minutes. That’s all it will take for you to become a master of money.

How many articles and books do you see on personal finance? Hundreds? Thousands?

Blogs. Books. Podcasts. The resources you have at your disposal are limitless. You know what happens when you have limitless resources? You ignore them. All of them. But that is okay. This will be the only resource you will ever need on personal finance. That is what makes this book so special.

In this brief book you will learn:

  • How to control your spending habits
  • Where you should focus your time when making a large purchase
  • How to save thousands doing this one simple thing
  • How tracking every penny does NOT make you financially responsible and what you should do instead
  • What you should spend your money on (hint: it’s not what you think)
  • Why saving for only 10 years is better than saving for 32 years
  • How to make budgeting work for you, even if you hate it!
  • How to make more money
  • Where you should focus your time and effort on to make more money
  • Those habits of the rich
  • How you make money work for you
  • How to avoid taxes legally.
  • The specific investment you should choose
  • The one type of mutual fund you should avoid
  • How you can simplify your finances
  • What you can do to save for retirement every month without lifting a finger

If you do not want to learn everything about personal finance in 10 minutes or less, this book is not for you. However, if you want to take control of you money, grab this free eBook today. You’ll be glad you did.

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release date: Dec 16, 2016
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Beginner's Guide to Minding Your Money: Simple Strategies to Take Control of Your Money to Create the Life You Want
You don’t have to be super smart, good at math or have a lot of money to create the life you want. The most important element is  managing your money so that it works for you. Whether your dream is to be rich, to dig your way out of debt or something in between, the Beginner’s Guide to Minding Your Money provides you with an easy to follow roadmap to get started on your journey.

This step-by-step guide teaches…

  • Basic strategies to take charge and take control of your money to put it to work for you

  • Steps to design the life you want and create a workable plan to get there

  • How to determine where you are on your journey so you know which steps to take next

  • Common mistakes that can stop you from turning your goals and dreams into reality

release date: Dec 24, 2013
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The Frugal Life: The Simple Path to Living a Good Life on a Budget
Author Michelle Stewart delivers a common sense approach to living a simple, frugal life. With tips that include how to save money in almost any area of your home, how to cut back on entertainment costs without giving up fun, and how to incorporate your entire family into the process, The Frugal Life offers advice that will work for busy moms or anyone trying to save money for the future.

Michelle Stewart goes beyond tips about saving a few cents with coupons or cutting back on unnecessary spending. Through real-life illustrations, she looks at the reasons people spend too much money and outlines some steps for changing the way you think about finances. Anyone can save money, pay down debt, and live a more peaceful life; they just need to be willing to make some basic changes in how they deal with money.
release date: Dec 15, 2014
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Pinch Like You Mean It!  101 Ways to Spend Less Money Now
Pinch Like You Mean It! is all about ways to spend less money. Why give so much of your hard-earned money away by spending it? Get 101 tips on how to spend less right now. Topics include duct tape and other cheap repairs, how to get furniture for almost free, what steps to take in a financial emergency, and many tips on practical ways to spend less money every day. When can you save money by applying for a credit card? Check out tip #82. What frugal tip did Lizzy Borden's father teach Lizzy the night before the infamous ax incident? Read tip #72 and find out...
release date: Aug 23, 2013
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How to Get Started Improving Your Credit: The Inside Information You Need to Avoid Costly Mistakes and Do Things Right the First Time (U.S. Credit Secrets Series Book 2)
[REVISED SEPT. 2014] The best way to get started improving your credit is a three-step process that involves (1) learning the key points about the U.S. credit system, (2) obtaining copies of your credit reports and scores and (3) making sense of the data. HOW TO GET STARTED IMPROVING YOUR CREDIT walks you through this three-step process, in a way that is both easy and entertaining. You learn important inside information that the banks and credit bureaus don't want you to know, the best way to get your credit reports and scores for free and different options for getting free help, to understand your personal credit information. This is the inside scoop from a former credit counselor and consumer advocate who's been researching this area for more than 25 years. A bonus chapter gives you overviews, insights and quick tips on ten areas relating to personal credit that consumers typically have the most questions about: bankruptcy, credit and divorce, credit and marriage, credit counseling, debt collection, debt consolidation, debt settlement companies, foreclosure, home loans and identity theft. Think of these as "cheat sheets" for getting a running start on whatever topics are of particular interest to you. Avoid costly mistakes and do things right the first time, with this authoritative primer.
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release date: Jul 28, 2011
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10 Credit Repair Tips
These 10 tips can change your life! If you're looking for where to start, or how to start repairing your bad credit, this is the resource for you. A short and sweet guide to getting your credit cleaned up, establishing new credit, and staying on track. Oh, and its free!
release date: May 26, 2014
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Couponing Behind The Scenes - "I Think My Dog Ate My Coupons"
Couponing Behind The Scenes

Couponing is a great way to save money!
The book, "Couponing Behind The Scenes:I Think My Dog Ate My Coupons", demonstrates in a highly entertaining way, the impact of couponing on the life of one woman. It follows a suburban housewife’s transformation from being an impulsive shopper, to becoming an efficient penny wise couponer.
This book is filled with comical details on how the couponing world impacts the lives of this woman and her family.
As a bonus to this witty story, readers are also provided with some coupon basics in an entertaining way. As the story flows, there is important information provided to readers, ranging from couponing lingo to different methods of obtaining coupons, to even a list of the best places to learn about daily deals.
With coupons easily accessible worldwide, more and more people are being introduced to an economical lifestyle. That is why this book has the potential to find many readers, from the couponing novice to the extreme couponer. In addition, "I Think My Dog Ate My Coupons" could be embraced by simply anyone wanting a good laugh.
Couponing is a great way to have fun and finding the best bargains.
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