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- SynopsisA Today's most trusted consumer advocate shows how to survive-and flourish-during tough economic times. Clark Howard is a self-made millionaire who knows a thing or two about money. A lifelong entrepreneur who is now the popular host of both a syndicated talk-radio program and national television show, as well as the driving personality behind a growing website, Clark has earned the trust of a vast audience by delivering expert financial advice in a friendly, next-door-neighbor manner. Clark Howard's Living Large in Lean Times is the ultimate guide to saving money and building wealth. Clark shows readers how to: " Get paid to go on job interviews " Lower student loan payments " Raise the deductible on insurance " Use coupon code sites to save when shopping online " Know what personal info not to post to social media sites " Determine the best mortgage rate, and much, much more At a time when Americans are hungry to save whatever they can, Clark shares the small, manageable steps everyone can follow to build a path toward independence and wealth.,Clark Howard is a media powerhouse and penny-pincher extraordinaire who knows a thing or two about money. A lifelong entrepreneur who is now the hugely popular host of a talk radio program and television show and the bestselling author of several books, Clark consistently delivers expert financial advice to his wide and devoted fan base. Living Large in Lean Timesis Clark's ultimate guide to saving money, covering everything from cell phones to student loans, coupon websites to mortgages, investing to electric bills, and beyond. In his candid and friendly next-door-neighbor manner, Clark shares the small, manageable steps everyone can follow to build a path towards independence and wealth. Chock-full of more than 250 invaluable tips, the book outlines how to: * Locate missing and unclaimed money in your name * Lower your student loan payment * Find legitimate work-at-home opportunities * Get unlimited texting and e-mailing for less than $10 per month * Know what personal info not to post to social media sites * Determine the best mortgage rate, and much, much more As Clark demonstrates, there are myriad ways to reduce debt, buy smarter, and build a future. Follow his lead and he'll get you there.,Today's most trusted consumer advocate shows how to survive--and flourish--during tough economic times.
- AuthorClark Howard,Mark Meltzer,Theo Thimou
- Number Of Pages272 pages
- Publication Date2011-08-02
- PublisherPenguin Publishing Group
- Copyright Date2011
- Weight13.3 Oz
- Height0.8 In.
- Width7.4 In.
- Length9.2 In.
- Grade From12
- Age Range18
- LC Classification NumberHG179.H6853 2011
- Dewey Decimal332.02400973
- Dewey Edition22
- Reviews"Clark Howard teaches you how to get the best deals.","Clark Howard teaches you how to get the best deals." - USA Today "Howard is all for the little guy." - Booklist,"Clark Howard teaches you how to get the best deals." USA Today,"Howard is all for the little guy.","Howard is all for the little guy." Booklist
Most relevant reviews
- hotproducts123f...Nov 04, 2012by
Great book on saving money on everything!
In these hard times everyone needs to save
money on the things they buy. Clark Howard, well-known
author, TV host of his own show, Entrepreneur and many
other things is an expert when it comes to saving money!
They don't call him Cheapstake for nothing!
In this book you are going to find ways on saving
money you have never even heard of, neither had I
until I bought the book and read it. So informing with
no details left out. He is especially proud of his money
saver on razor blades. He can make one razor blade
last for close to a year! And now I do the same thing
he does and am saving so much by crossing off
razor blades from my shopping list!
- rotorpilot56Aug 24, 2011by
If you're longing to be in control of life's expenses, then get this book.
Being someone who has always trimmed the fat off of expenses after realizing I don't really benefit from all the frills and add ons, I would say this book is a great guide to people who just don't have the ability to see where they're throwing away good money. I'd almost done everything the book outlines already in my life for years, so for me personally, there wasn't much gain. That's not to say that the book isn't a great asset to people who just don't know where to start in controlling their expenses and seeing through all the smoke and mirrors of consumerism. There are so many things in everday life that we all "fall for" like extras offered in services that seem like we're getting a great deal, but really aren't. I think everyone should have a chance to examine all the avenues the book covers. No question at all, there is at very minimum, enough potential savings to be had that more than justifies the cost of the book. I'd say "Go for it" because once you're armed with the general mentality of taking control like the book suggests, you WILL absolutely benefit on some level and continually.
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- readingbookhoun...Aug 04, 2012by
Excellent help for anyone who will take the time to read this book.
This book is a great guide, easy to follow, easy to understand for anyone wanting to learn how to live and spend smarter. Clark Howard has the skills and is great at teaching others through this book.
- 88e19245afb2168...Sep 10, 2011by
Very helpful, great info.
very useful book, worth every penny.. Helpful, easy to understand.. Clark Howard knows how to help save money.. Highly recommended..
- northwest-trade...Jul 08, 2012by
A useful tool for getting spending under control!
A super useful tool for helping folks getting uneccessary spending under control. I have been using most of these methods on my own for many years now, but still found a few new things to add to my practices!