The A-Z of Saving Money Launch and Giveaway

Over the past few months, a group of personal finance bloggers worked deligently together to create The A-Z of Saving Money. This eBook reviews many aspects of everyday life that can be adjusted to allow you to take control of your finances. As we progress through each letter of the alphabet, you should be able to find new and interesting ways to guide you to a brighter financial future.


The A-Z of Saving Money is co-authored by:

Please take the time to checkout each authors website for more great personal finance tips.

What Can You Expect from the eBook?

This 154-page eBook is packed from the beginning to the end with useful and actionable personal finance tips. The book is organized into 26 chapters; of which, I personally contributed 2 chapters. To give you a better idea of what’s in the book, here is the table of content:

  • A – Avoid Impulse Spending
  • B – Babies
  • C – Credit Cards
  • D – Dating
  • E – Extra Repayments
  • F – Frugal Living
  • G – Groceries
  • H – Home Improvements
  • I – Investing
  • J – Junk
  • K – Keeping Track of Spending
  • L – Lifestyle Inflation
  • M – Marriage
  • N – New vs. Used
  • O – Online Shopping
  • P – Parties
  • Q – Quitting Bad Habits
  • R – Rags to Riches
  • S – Saving For The Future
  • T – Teaching Kids About Money
  • U – University
  • V – Value
  • W – Weddings
  • X – X-MAS Saving Ideas
  • Y – You and Your Mindset
  • Z – Zero Excuses

$250 Giveaway

To celebrate the launch of The A-Z of Saving Money eBook, we are giving away $250. Please follow the instruction below to enter the giveaway.

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Good luck and please show your support by buying our book!

About the Author

By , on Mar 18, 2013
Andy Tenton
Andy is a 30-something New Yorker who turned his financial life around. He took charge of his finances, got out of debt, and is now working his way toward financial success. He is the publisher of

How to Become Rich e-Course

Budgeting 101


  1. I need this EBook! I would like to think that I’m good at saving my money, but I definitely need some more rigid guidelines and advice to help me out.

  2. Great concept! I recognize a couple of the authors and can personally vouch for their financial knowledge.

  3. Kelly says:

    This is such a good idea! Rather than people scouring the internet and trying to find the best personal finance blogs, compiling them all into one eBook will be SO helpful for so many people. Awesome!

  4. … We will have to see what is in it! Sounds useful anyway.

  5. Looks phenomenal. Thanks for the heads up!

  6. James TeHuna says:

    Thanks for making a book about the subject all of us could do a little better with. Nice to have a “one stop shop” for the information we need.

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