The Cheap Book: The Official Guide To Embracing Your Inner Cheapskate

The Cheap Book: The Official Guide To Embracing Your Inner Cheapskate

by Robin Herbst, Julie Miller, Mike Farley
     
 

Waste not, want not

Throughout history, society has shunned those who are cheap‹they are denounced as "tight" or "stingy." But no longer will you have to be ashamed of your penny-pinching ways. Cheapskates, cheapos, tightwads, and misers unite! Thrift is in. Times are tough. What better time to be cheap? No longer will cheapness equal shame. The

Overview

Waste not, want not

Throughout history, society has shunned those who are cheap‹they are denounced as "tight" or "stingy." But no longer will you have to be ashamed of your penny-pinching ways. Cheapskates, cheapos, tightwads, and misers unite! Thrift is in. Times are tough. What better time to be cheap? No longer will cheapness equal shame. The Cheap Book is beginning a revolution!

Inside, find more than 150 money-saving tips, humorous stories and illustrations that show cheapness at its best and at its comical worst.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781600610974
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
02/27/2008
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Robin Herbst is an independent tax analyst for 3M Company and Northwest Airlines. For the last nine years, she has worked specifically on NWA's federal and state/city audits.

Julie Miller works as Director of Inventory Control and is an efficiency expert for Best Buy, making her responsible for billions of dollars of inventory while maintaining a budget to minimize expenses. For the past five years, Miller has been sought after to speak on cash management topics for audiences of treasurers, CFOs, controllers, and financial experts.

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