Spendsmart: How to Tackle Debt, Know Your Money Mind & Make Your Cash Go Further

Spendsmart: How to Tackle Debt, Know Your Money Mind & Make Your Cash Go Further

by Jay Hunt, Benjamin Fry
     
 
Do you dread opening bills and statements? Do you feel like your debts are spiralling out of control? Do you wish you had more money left at the end of the month? 'Spendsmart' authors and money experts Benjamin Fry and Jay Hunt take a unique and holistic approach to helping you deal with all your financial worries. Firstly, Benjamin examines the real reasons behind

Overview

Do you dread opening bills and statements? Do you feel like your debts are spiralling out of control? Do you wish you had more money left at the end of the month? 'Spendsmart' authors and money experts Benjamin Fry and Jay Hunt take a unique and holistic approach to helping you deal with all your financial worries. Firstly, Benjamin examines the real reasons behind your overspending, so that you can understand how to change, and then Jay provides you with practical and realistic solutions for spending less. By following their proven 5-step plan, you will be able to identify your debts, learn how to live on a budget without depriving yourself and apply their strategies to the way you continue to spend money in the future. Packed with budgeting suggestions, helpful questionnaires, realistic tips, and fun ideas, 'Spendsmart' is a must-read for anyone who wants to make their money go further.

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Identify your debts, learn how to live on a budget without depriving yourself and apply their strategies to the way you continue to spend money in the future—IRISH EXAMINER

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780748111794
Publisher:
Little, Brown Book Group
Publication date:
06/04/2009
Sold by:
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
452 KB

Meet the Author

Psychotherapist Benjamin Fry and lifestyle expert Jay Hunt are the co-presenters of BBC3's hugely successful 'Spendaholics' programme. Their unique combined approach has helped countless clients to understand why they get into debt and how to change their spending habits.

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