Friday, January 6, 2012

Two More Free Books to Save You $$$

Here are two more Free e-books you might want to grab while they are free.

How to Make a Budget: Get Out of Debt and Start Saving More Money - "Creating a budget and sticking to it doesn't have to be a pain; in fact, doing so can be both a financially and emotionally rewarding experience. By creating a budget and living a frugal lifestyle, you can pay off your debt, build up your savings, and start living on your terms.

By reading How to Make a Budget: Get out of Debt and Start Saving More Money you will learn not only how to create and stick to your budget, but also discover simple ways to save a lot of money without having to drastically alter your lifestyle. When you consider how tough the current economy is, with household income falling and jobs hard to come by, learning these skills now amounts to economic survival."

The Cheapskate's Guide to Birthday Celebrations: How to Throw an Amazing Birthday Party on a Budget -"Kids birthday parties can be expensive. You can bank on spending a lot of your hard-earned money on a so-called 'pre-packaged party' such as the ones you'll find at popular places like Chuck E Cheese or Monkey Joes.

If you are looking for a place to set up your party, but want to keep your budget low, a little research will go a long way to saving you some real money.

By using the resources available around you, you can create a birthday party that your child will remember forever, and for a fraction of the cost of a pre-packaged birthday.

When it comes right down to it, kids just want to have fun, try new things, and be able to let their imaginations soar. This concise guide will teach you how to throw a great birthday party for your child without breaking the bank. "

It looks like these other two books of his that I posted the other day are still free as well.

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