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Save If You Re Already Educated About Finances You Probably If you re already educated about finances you probably t take much away from this book A lot f the information is basic eg avoiding consumer debt having an emergency savings account investing in a 401k r IRA etc but there s enough decent tips that each person could probably take at least ne
thing away me it was the message f giving Ellie challenges readers to give 10% Bases Loaded of their income to charitablerganizations Of all Have A Good Night, Volume 1 of the financial books I ve read this is the first that uantifies what generous giving looks like I m not sure if it s goodr bad advice but I do agree that helping charitable causes whether through monetary donations gifts r time is noble and is something we can all benefit from This would be a good book for someone just starting ut r someone who struggles with money The stories were a little silly and I skipped a lot f the lists but it was a good reminder to appreciate what we have and use When You Lose Your Job our money wisely I like Ellie but I couldn t finish this I found the writing a bit juvenile and the practical tips too far and few between antidotes If this isne f your first books n trying to live a frugal lifestyle it may be a winner but for me I turned it back into the library well ahead Isabel the Queen: Life and Times of my due date Even though a lotf the information didn t apply to me yet because I am still young and strugglin. You need to meet your new neighbor Ellie Kay who's spiked the kool with the wakeup juice tha. Lil moneybags made saving money a profession Give "away the fist 10% save the next 10% "the fist 10% save the next 10% live wisely and well Fantastic Post Office 03 on the final 80% Materialism comes with easy credit Content makes poor men rich and discontent makes rich men poor Benjamin Franklin I didn t learn good spending habits till I married my frugal husband and now I enjoy the benefitsf penny pinching The biggest plus is Tim Crouch onef Ellie Kay s three points in this book When you spend and save carefully you have money to give to thers which makes you feelnew thing away
RichShe Gives A Lotgives a lot tips for cutting financial corners and in the last section writes extensively about mortgages Since I ve never wned a home most Drawing the Human Head of that was gobbledygook to me Except for this last bit the book was ver I really liked a fewf Ellie Kay s pointers and was excited that she was writing for an audience f families with an average income 48000 according to the statistics she cites What happened was I loved the first half and felt seriously let down in the second half She gives a budget worksheet that breaks down percentages for each budget category Food groceries and eating ut was listed as 5% DIY Projects for the Self-Sufficient Homeowner: 25 Ways to Build a Self-Reliant Lifestyle of the total budget We go wayver this percentage so I eating ut was listed as 5% f the total budget We go way ver this percentage so I happily anticipating her grocery savings chapter for tips to make 5% work We almost never go ut to eat The tips unfortunately were basically what I am already doing After finishing the book I felt that Dead Man Riding (Nell Bray, our family was doing a lotf great money saving thingsbut we still don t seem to be able to fit into the given budgetThis was definitely worth a read given that I borrowed it from the library I don t think I would buy it although I made a mental note to read it again when we get to advanced Ellie Kay's advice for mr and Mrs America and not just wall street If you live n main Street. ,
G to establish myself financially there a lot f good applicable information in here that I can use right now to better my situation I like how the author started each chapter with a personal anecdote to "set a light hearted approach to some things which were difficult to digest for someone new to "a light hearted approach to some things which were difficult to digest for someone new to lot f financial terminologiesI definitely wouldn t recommend this book to someone f my age group early to mid twenties as a place to start but I feel like anyone that finds themself struggling financially should give this book a read at some point in their lives I m looking forward to trying to live by the 101080 rule Pontius Pilate on my limited income I think the exact breakdownf how things should be budgeted will be a good starting guideline for me Perhaps it was because I was listening to the audio book but I couldn t stand the little side stories This book seemed very heavy Livin de Life on stories and lightn actual useful advice The first two chapters being devoted to donationstithing just felt Aeralis oppressive It seemed to me that she just keptn harping Be CentsAble: How to Cut Your Household Budget in Half on giving that felt like redundant page filler The I read these moneyfinancial books I m seeing how they all say about the same things Thisne did put a bit emphasis Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education: Global Perspectives on the givingdonating money piece no matter how much you make The you give away the it will come back to you which I have come to realize is true Another good financial book easy read its just a matterf applying the principles and waiting the time it sometimes takes to get Radio Crackling, Radio Gone outf your situation You can t rush it unless you win the lottery and then chances are you ll just blow it and be in the same situation later if you don t take the time to follow some financial plan. T mainstream America needs in rder to survive today's money woes tomorrow's future challenge.