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Living Well in a Down Economy for Dummies Audiobook Summary

Get smart about spending and saving—and ride out a recession!

Looking for practical ways to make every dollar count? This savvy guide gives you expert tips for tightening your belt and saving cash in every area of your life—from your house and car to dining and entertaining to banking and managing debt. You get realistic solutions for making smarter choices and living well in this time of economic turmoil—without extraordinary sacrifice!

  • Bump up your take-home pay—spiff up your resume, find a good job fast, explore telecommuting, or start a home-based business
  • Get your personal finances in tip-top shape—create a budget, pay down debt, save on insurance, and protect your retirement funds
  • Develop recession-proof habits—use coupons and rebates, extend the life of your wardrobe, utilize community resources, travel on a budget, and save on utilities and fuel expenses
  • Decorate on a dime and entertain on a shoestring—plan parties, celebrate the holidays, and give gifts without losing your shirt
  • Bounce back from bad financial situations—improve bad credit scores, and negotiate with creditors or the IRS

Open the book and find:

  • 125 tips for making changes in your life that allow you to continue to live well
  • Ways to stand out on paper and in an interview when looking for a job
  • Tips on managing debt—from working with credit counselors and consolidating your debts to boosting your income
  • Smart solutions for weathering financial emergencies, from bankruptcy to foreclosure

Living Well in a Down Economy for Dummies Audiobook Narrator

Brett Barry is the narrator of Living Well in a Down Economy for Dummies audiobook that was written by Tracy Barr

About the Author(s) of Living Well in a Down Economy for Dummies

Tracy Barr is the author of Living Well in a Down Economy for Dummies

Living Well in a Down Economy for Dummies Full Details

NarratorBrett Barry
Length3 hours 30 minutes
AuthorTracy Barr
PublisherHarperAudio
Release dateSeptember 23, 2008
ISBN9780061763878

Subjects

According to HarperAudio, the Publisher of Living Well in a Down Economy for Dummies Audiobook, Living Well in a Down Economy for Dummies includes the following subjects: The BISAC Subject Code is Business & Economics, Personal Finance, General

Additional info

The imprint is HarperAudio. It is supplied by HarperAudio. The ISBN-13 is 9780061763878.

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This book is only available in the United States.

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