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100 Ways to Save and Grow Your Money

By: Peter Sorrells. Format: Paperback. Read: August 2013.

Peter Sorrells is not a professional accountant, but he is someone who had to crawl out of debt, just like the majority of Americans. In this book, he lays out several concise, logical steps on how to help you not only reduce your debt, but to help you maintain a healthy relationship with your finances.

The author writes this book as though he is actually speaking to the reader, by using easy-to-understand language and step-by-step directions, with plenty of examples. This book has the added benefits of note space and a blank budget, along with several further resources so readers can start right away in declaring and achieving their goals. Each section relates to different subjects, varying from using your skills to start your own at-home business or buying a new car. There are several references and verses from the Bible, but they do not take away from the well-organized, easy-to-follow chapters. The steps are very basic, but Sorrells shows how the most basic steps will pay-off greatly in the end. If you are looking for simple ways to start improving your finances, this would be a great book to read.

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

Notes:
The author provided a copy of this book for me to review. To learn more about this book and the author, please visit his website.

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Getting 10%: Great Returns of 1%, 5%, 10% and More on Your Money

By: Peter Sorrells. Format: eBook. Read: July 2013

Getting 10% is a short ebook written to help readers take easy steps toward earning more money back, during these rough financial times.

Peter Sorrells starts this book by stating he is not a professional, but he is just sharing the steps he took throughout his life, which helps connect him to his readers. His writing is kept simple and is easy to follow along. The author takes advantage of this being an ebook, by providing numerous online site resources that can help readers reach financial success. This is a very, short book and at times the author skips over details, mentioning they are included in his other book. However, a majority of the steps, especially in the beginning, can apply to helping all readers earn more money back. This is a nice way of exposing readers to his practical money saving methods.

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

Note:
The author of this book provided a copy for me to review. To learn more about this author and his work, please visit his website .

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