925 Ideas to Help You Save Money, Get Out of Debt and Retire A Millionaire: So You Can Leave Your Mark on the World

925 Ideas to Help You Save Money, Get Out of Debt and Retire A Millionaire: So You Can Leave Your Mark on the World

925 Ideas to Help You Save Money, Get Out of Debt and Retire A Millionaire: So You Can Leave Your Mark on the World

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Devin Thorpe has collected over 150 essays on personal and family finance to help you learn how to be happier with your money, to live more frugally and investment more wisely. 925 Ideas… is an easy and readable guide to help your family find financial peace. Author Devin D. Thorpe explains: 1) how you and your spouse can find agreement on money matters, 2) how to teach your kids about money, 3) how to pay for your children’s college education, 4) how to live like a millionaire (spoiler a

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3 Responses to “925 Ideas to Help You Save Money, Get Out of Debt and Retire A Millionaire: So You Can Leave Your Mark on the World”

  1. Amazon Customer says:
    51 of 51 people found the following review helpful
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    Very Useful, July 18, 2013
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    Amazon Customer (Oklahoma City, OK) –

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    The full title of this book is 925 Ideas to Help You Save Money, Get Out of Debt and Retire a Millionaire So You Can Leave Your Mark on the World. Sound lengthy? Uh, yeah. But the length of this book’s title is only an indication of the wealth of information found among its one hundred and seventy-seven pages. This is the book that you want to turn to when you are trying to learn more about your financial situation from a reputable source. The absolutely best thing about this novel that promises to help you save money? It’s free.
    9125 Ideas to Help You Save Money, Get Out of Debt and Retire a Millionaire So You Can Leave Your Mark on the World by Devin D. Thorpe is not like any other book that you would normally read. This book is a collection of online articles Thorpe wrote for FamilyShare.com. To make things easier for those who appreciate Thorpe’s unique ability to simply state complex financial ideas, he has compiled his articles into one free e-book. You are not encouraged to read this book front to back, although I did for the sake of this book review. You are encouraged to utilize the table of contents to choose a topic that interests you.
    My husband and I are pretty good with money; we have no debt. We also have saved enough to roughly live off savings while he attends college. But we will eventually want to buy a home and save for retirement. After reading the chapters entitled Your Home Is The Centerpiece of Your Family’s Financial Future and Planning for Your Ideal Retirement, I was actually able to communicate with Clifton about his thoughts on owning a home and his retirement savings strategy like an intelligent human being.

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  2. Dolly says:
    155 of 169 people found the following review helpful
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    borderline useless, June 15, 2013
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    Dolly (Virginia, USA) –

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    This book is unhelpful at best and downright insulting at worst. Some of the tips:

    Stop eating out. Rent your boats and Atvs instead of buying them. Make a budget. Track your spending.
    Teach your kids to manage money. Plan finances with your spouse. Shop at thrift stores.

    Really? If I’m trying to save money I think I’d already be doing these things. This is common sense.

    I’m not sure who the audience of this book is…it’s telling me to skip the valet service. Because that will save me money. It also mentions frequently that I should not give in to the urge to buy that top that goes with those shoes, or that handbag, or that other top from the catalogue. Are women the only ones that read money saving books?

    It also claims that you can plan healthy eating by buying frozen dinners instead of eating out. Frozen dinners aren’t good for you. These are terrible ideas.

    If you’re looking for common sense ideas you probably already know or of you are well off and don’t realize that you can rent boats or park your car yourself then read this book. It can help you save money, I guess.
    Otherwise I would suggest How to Manage Your Money When You Don’t Have Any. That book will teach you how to MANAGE your money so you can then properly save it.

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  3. V. Swift says:
    68 of 78 people found the following review helpful
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    Alfred, phone the valet, June 9, 2013
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    These suggestions are for people who are not already broke. For example two tips on how to live frugally: skip the valet and no more wooden hangers for your clothes. Oh gee, I’m so heartbroken. Alfred, phone the valet and tell him his services are no longer needed.

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