Trying To Save Money -Austerity Today
by Ian Davies
Finding the money from your income to pay the bills for healthy food for your family, and to pay those ever climbing winter fuel costs, is more difficult now and constantly getting harder to achieve a balance.
Add to this the cost of running a car to get to work and it can seem very hard to manage this fine juggling act.
This guide is not a cure all, it is intended however to just advise a few things we can all do, some may be impossible for all, but some will be possible to achieve for all with just a little thought and time taken when you go to your local supermarket.
These are things that some are now tuning into, but some have yet to discover, and should just one of these things be something you can do which you have not yet tried, then the very small cost of this guide will be returned within minutes of the start of your next shopping trip.
This guide covers a range of subjects that you may find you can make savings on including alternative energy, being just one of the subjects which has been tried and tested by the author saving as much as 30% of gas units over the first winter having installed a wood burner.
Of course you can also take a look at the free sample to help you decide whether this guide will be of use to you.
You will not find advice on how to save money on airport landing fees for your private plane, options to save money on a life coach or reducing inheritance taxes on that family mansion, but realistic advice for the majority of people written by a professional analyst.
- Strawberry Hightower Media, January 2013
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