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Pogue's Basics--Money

Essential Tips and Shortcuts (That No One Bothers to Tell You) About Beating the System

Pogue's Basics

by David Pogue

eBook

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You're leaving money on the table every day, with every transaction you make: changing your oil, withdrawing ATM cash, booking flights, buying insurance, shopping for clothes, squirting toothpaste. But in Pogue's Basics: Money, the third book of this New York Times bestselling series, David Pogue proves that information is money. Each of his 150 simple tips and tricks includes a ballpark estimate of the money you could make or save. Okay, you won't use every tip in the book—but if you did, you'd come ahead by $61,195 a year.


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Publisher: Flatiron Books

Kindle Book

  • Release date: November 22, 2016

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781250081421
  • File size: 15913 KB
  • Release date: November 22, 2016

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9781250081421
  • File size: 73395 KB
  • Release date: November 22, 2016


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English

Want to know where you can buy $100 iTunes gift cards for $85?
Did you know you can pay your taxes by using a cash-back credit card?
Why are you still paying $235 a year to rent your cable box?

You're leaving money on the table every day, with every transaction you make: changing your oil, withdrawing ATM cash, booking flights, buying insurance, shopping for clothes, squirting toothpaste. But in Pogue's Basics: Money, the third book of this New York Times bestselling series, David Pogue proves that information is money. Each of his 150 simple tips and tricks includes a ballpark estimate of the money you could make or save. Okay, you won't use every tip in the book—but if you did, you'd come ahead by $61,195 a year.


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