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Spending Smart by Gregory Karp, Chicago Tribune Staff

Spending Smart

Description : Spending Smart is a compact but immensely helpful collection of columns from the weekly Chicago Tribune column penned by Gregory Karp. Offering tips for consumers across a wide variety of fields, including insurance, banking, cars, phones, homes, travel, and more, this book is a terrific primer for how to take better care of your money and find deals where others aren't even looking. The simple and sober advice from Karp has made him a newspaper mainstay for many years, as evidenced by this book's vast amount of straightforward tips. In breaking down the true worth of a deal or exposing hidden value, Spending Smart is a reader's go-to financial adviser while on the go. Perfect to pull up on smartphones, e-readers, and tablets, Karp's friendly tone and measured counsel can be accessed just about anywhere readers have financial questions.

Subtitle : A Consumer's Guide to Saving Money and Making Good Financial Decisions

Authors : Gregory Karp, Chicago Tribune Staff

Published Date : 2013-08-20

Publisher : Agate Publishing

ISBN : 9781572844520

Page : 100 Pages

Categories : Business & Economics

Total Download: 73

Filesize: 3 MB

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