Survive on Less Money from a Book that Reveals the Secrets

With all the gloomy news about the uncertain economy, I found a book you can really use. It’s Living Well on Practically Nothing. It’s a revised and updated edition.

This 200 page illustrated soft cover book is for people who truly need to live on a lot less money. If you have been fired, demoted, widowed, bankrupted, or swindled, or you just want to quit your job and remain financially self–reliant, this book is for you. It’s filled with hundreds of tips, secrets, and necessary skills for living well on little money.

Chapters include: How to save up to $37,000 a year; How to live on $12,000 a year; Some ways to live on NO money at all; Fix things and make them last; Protect your investments and make them grow, and much more. From cover to cover, this book is stocked with proven methods for saving money on essentials like shelter, food, clothing, transportation, entertainment, and health care.

To order Living Well on Practically Nothing, click on its title wherever you see it linked in this post. The page featuring the book will appear, and you can order from there.

You’d pay a financial counselor many times more than the price of this book, so get a couple copies—one for a friend or family member who needs it, and one for yourself for the time when you may need to drastically cut corners.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.