The first thing I would like to mention is that this book does not promise you to quick wealth and an early retirement. The intention of this book is to share my experiences about saving money with you.
At an early age, I found it hard to make money. I do like what I do, but let’s be honest, most of us would rather not set the alarm every night and get up early in the morning, come back home late at night only to have the cycle be repeated the next day.
Sometimes it seems as if all we do is work for the weekend.
What this book will help you do is not necessarily making more money during these long, sometimes miserable days, but preserve as much of that hard earned cash and stretch the dollars you have to spend. The intention is not to sacrifice things we enjoy, but simply to be smarter in acquiring such goods and services, getting them for less.
As the title of this book is saying – making money is harder than saving money.
We already know we have to get up and make money – now let’s make sure you can actually save most of that money and get more for it.