Survival Guide For The Skint: How To Feel Richer On Your Current Income (Paperback)
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Survival Guide For The Skint: How To Feel Richer On Your Current Income (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 09/11/2009
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Survival Guide for the Skint is a money management book with a difference. Jargon free with great cartoon drawings, it describes how to survive the financial perils of life based on real experience, illustrated using the metaphor of a cliff-top path. Jackie writes at a cracking pace to clearly and simply cover: where your money goes; how to defend yourself to hang onto more of it; shopping; children; credit/debt; saving; slimming; gambling; going green and more. This book will appeal to anyone who's ever felt short of money, and wants to stop being skint.

Publisher: MX Publishing
ISBN: 9781904312802
Weight: 227 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 10 mm

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“Unexpected riches!”

A very good guide and full of practical tips and sound common sense. The writing is clear and to the point and I read the whole book in a single sitting. The book will help everyone to manage their finances better and... More

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28th February 2011
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