Money Fight Club by Anne Caborn & Lindsay Cook

Money Fight Club by Anne Caborn & Lindsay Cook, a great new book available now for RRP £11.99. I love any way to save money, so when I saw this book I knew I just had to share it with you. It can be tough being a parent as children cost money, any way I can save a few pennies is good news. This book is here to help with practical advice on how to look after your money.

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Welcome to the world of Money Fight Club! Have you ever got your supermarket shop home and discovered a mistake with the bill? Or put up with a utility company creating chaos – just because you want to move to another provider? Faced problems with your current account or credit card provider? And what about insurance companies? Happy with them? Now… put your guard up and discover how to save money and get even.

The book is set out in chapters, aptly called rounds, each one with a main focus, but the first half of the book is all about giving you the inside information on how corporate companies rip us off every day!  The second half of the book promises to help you fight back using the scams and deals that can trip you up, to your advantage.

I love the round, why we’re ripped off! too lazy or too nice. Yes that’s me, and I think all of us are guilty of this at some points in our life. By reading this book, you are given pointers where and how to ask the right questions. What I have read so far has made a lot of sense, and I have passed the book onto Dad M who I hope will enjoy reading more. We both agreed that this book will be an asset in helping us decide and negotiate our new car purchase, which we have been thinking about for a year.

This book seems different to other money-saving books, as they tend to concentrate on how to save small amounts of money, on shopping, or everyday items. This book gives more of an overview on how you can change your whole outlook on your finances’, not just saving you money in the short-term, but long-term as well.

For more information on where to get your gloves on a copy of Money Fight Club, visit the website, as well as Twitter and Facebook.

This punchy titled book stands out from the crowd, so if you would like the chance to win a copy then why not complete my rafflecopter giveaway below,you never know how much this book might save you!

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Disclaimer we were sent this book the opinions remain ours and have not been altered.

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58 thoughts on “Money Fight Club by Anne Caborn & Lindsay Cook

  1. Check your fridge regularly and use up those leftovers! You’ll save money by spending less on food and throwing less food away!

  2. It involves bananas! When you buy a bunch make sure you seperate them all. The outer skins will still turn brown in colour but the fruit inside will remain scrumdiddilyumptious! Proven fact. Thus saving you wasting those horrible mushy brown bananas/having to buy more 🙂

  3. Never buy on impulse, go away and think about it, and most the time I either change my mind, or go to buy it and it’s not as good as I remember

  4. keep an eye on use by dates to avoid food waste, purchase a money tin that has to be opened with a can opener (available in most pound shops) for all your loose change

  5. Always check the use by dates as you walk around the supermarket – you can only eat so much food, and unless you can freeze stuff, there’s no point buying stuff that will go out of date tomorrow

  6. Use your washing powder as a general cleaner … it really cuts through dirt, grime and grease … very good on shower trays,baths and sinks … put some down the loo and watch the stains disappear … no need for other high priced cleaners.

  7. Buy your groceries from a supermarket that compares prices and gives you back the difference such as Tesco. Also buy in bulk if you have the space to store it- you’ll usually get cheaper prices this way 🙂 x

  8. Do grocery shopping online and don’t get tempted by offers that you don’t really need, plan meals in advance and just buy ingredients that are needed, to prevent waste and those extra top up shopping trips and try to stick to a budget.

  9. Price compare everything and anything. That goes for new and when buying 2nd hand. For utilities, insurance etc use moneysupermarket, gocompare, comparethemarket etc. Food shopping there is mysupermarket. When buying 2nd hand look on Facebook, Gumtree, Ebay, Preloved.

  10. re-use envelopes especially padded ones (for when you’re doing your ebay selling) just stick a bit paper over the old address.

  11. Before you buy, look for voucher/discount/free delivery codes online. Also use cashback sites. Cut coupons out of magazines and newspapers and make sure you keep them in your handbag – They’re not much use at home stuck on the front of the fridge! 🙂

  12. Invest in a small change Jar or bottle – every time that you have loose change in your pockets or wallet place them in the jar. Once it is full empty it and count – you will be surprised how much you will have saved.

  13. I always put any loose change I have at the end of the day in a large money pot and once a year cash it all in at the bank. It’s great for spending on additional treats in the summer holidays and its amazing how much money you can accumulate without realising or missing it!

  14. So many but my main would be find ways to coupon/economise and stop spending. Once you stop the cycle of spending you can really repair your finances 🙂

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