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Saving Savvy

by Kelly Hancock

You can live better on less. Much less!

In a time of rising prices and economic stress, everyone wants to spend less. But who among us wants to slash our quality of life? Popular blogger and money-saving expert Kelly Hancock has wonderful news for you. In Saving Savvy, you’ll discover little-known strategies to stretch your dollars—without spending more time than you can afford.

As you explore, you’ll learn:

  • To avoid paying full-price for the things you purchase most consistently.
  • Tips for clarifying your financial goals and key steps for reaching them.
  • Secrets of expert grocery shoppers that can save you up to 60 percent each month, leaving more in your pocket for other priorities. (And no, it’s not just about coupons!)
  • Ways to organize yourself and plan ahead to save you time and money.
  • How to give more—and more often—to the causes, people, and ministries you care about.

As Kelly takes you step by simple step through the process, you’ll find scores of savvy saving and living generously tips. And through her popular blog, she has harvested the collective wisdom of thousands of people just like you.

No matter what your circumstance, no matter how much—or little—time you have, you can learn how to get control of your spending, and start saving money today.

About the Author

Kelly Hancock has one of the most popular money-saving blogs on the Internet, faithfulprovisions.com. She has also appeared on many radio and television programs to share her amazing savings secrets. She and her husband, Bradford, have 2 children and live in Nashville, TN.


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Kelly Hancock

Kelly Hancock has one of the most popular money-saving blogs ...

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ISBN 9781936034536
Trade Paper w / FF
List Price: $16.99
Carton Quantity: 36
Trim Size: 7" x 9 1/4"
240 pages

In-Store Date:
September 6, 2011

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