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  • Published: 1 July 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407080574
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 448

The Money Diet - revised and updated

The ultimate guide to shedding pounds off your bills and saving money on everything!




Fully revised and updated - the money diet that can save the average family up to £6000 a year

Do you want to cut your bills without cutting back?
Are you fed up with being ripped off?
Do you want more money in your pocket without changing your lifestyle?

What we all need is detailed, no-nonsense advice about organising credit cards, finding the cheapest utilities, how to get the very best mortgage deals and how to haggle with every shopkeeper - in other words, how to make sure we're not wasting pennies.

With 100 new MoneySaving pages, in this fully updated edition of the bestselling The Money Diet, Martin Lewis shows you how to be canny with your finances, and provides clear-cut advice on payment of bills, ways to slash spending, which banks to use and choosing the best deals on an even greater range of products, including:

- mobile phones
- package holidays
- pensions, credit cards and insurance
- books, CDs and DVDs

  • Pub date: 1 July 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407080574
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 448

About the Author

Martin Lewis

Ultra-specialised journalist, broadcaster and financial campaigner, MoneySavingExpert Martin Lewis, has his own Five TV programme It Pays to Watch, regularly presents ITV1's Tonight and is the regular expert on GMTV's LK Today, Radio 2's Vine and Radio 1's Whiley. His free-to-use, ad-free website
www.MoneySavingExpert.com is the UK's biggest money website with over three million visitors a month, and his weekly e-mail newsletter goes to 1.5 million people.

www.moneysavingexpert.co.uk

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Praise for The Money Diet - revised and updated

“The greatest money-saving book ever written”

The Motley Fool

“Teaches you that being good with your money is neither dull nor evil”

The Times

“tremendously comprehensive”

Sunday Times


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