7 Books to Help you save more and multiply your money!

7 books to help you save more and multiply your money! 1
  1. Penny Pincher’s Book: Easy Ways of Living Better for Less – Hundreds of Money-saving Tips :Unlike a lot of books dedicated to “simple living” this isn’t for yuppies trying to get out of the rat race but for people trying to get by on modest budgets Full of ideas for saving money and living a frugal lifestyle and obviously written by people who have done it “for real”.
  2. Mr Thrifty’s How to Save Money on Absolutely Everything: This text aims to save you more than you paid for it. It has hundreds of ways to save you thousands of pounds on anything you ever buy, from building work to babies toys, cars to carpets, houses to heating.
  3. 50 Things You Can Do to Improve: How to Spend Less, Save More, and Make the Most of What You Have: Introduces fifty strategies to help readers gain financial independence by creating an investment portfolio, buying a house, planning for retirement, and getting organized.
  4. The Complete Tightwad Gazette: Whatever your financial situation this book has something to offer. For those submerged in credit card debt, or any kind of debt for that matter, there is a wealth of practical advice which, according to the many readers letters at the end of the book, has brought people back from the brink, saving marriages into the bargain.
  5. 100 Questions You Should Ask about Your Personal Finances: And the Answers You Need to Help You Save, Invest, and Grow Your Money:This is a book that teaches you how to get a grip on your money, tame your debt, and educate yourself along the way. What readers should take away from this book is the idea that everyone can learn how to create wealth and security for themselves and their family. It isn’t brain surgery. Managing your financial future is something that can be easily learned. And if you do it right, you might even find it to be a lot of fun.
  6. How to Live Green, Cheap, and Happy: Save Money! Save the Planet!: At last! A guide to downward mobility with an eco-spin. This book’s philosophy is simple: What’s good for the planet is good for the bottom line. The greener you are, the cheaper you can live, and the happier you’ll be. This book will help you: Wean yourself from your cash habit and create your own ‘eco’-nomic system; Live closer to the Earth and farther from the banks; Cut down on — and in some cases cut out altogether — many of those everyday expenses that really add up.
  7. 1001 Ways to Save, Grow and Invest Your Money: Even after you”ve made the decision to save, you need to know where to put that money so it will grow into the nest egg you need to fulfil your dreams. This book offers a simple diagnostic approach to help you figure out your own financial situation.’