35 Tips on Saving Money By Wolfgang Riebe

35 Tips on Saving Money

By Wolfgang Riebe

  • Release Date: 2011-11-30
  • Genre: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Score: 4
From 6,122 Ratings


If you are looking for a 'new secret magic formula' to solve all your financial problems, this book isn't for you!
But if you are a responsible, realistic and practical person searching for tried and tested tips to cut back on expenses and save some extra money, then you may find this booklet very useful.


  • Use Google Instead

    By Pcoprep16m
    First, this book is condescending. Second, if the writer is going to be condescending, they should at least offer information or strategy that you can’t get from 15 seconds with Google. Readers, don’t waste your time.
  • First book

    By Stu Wil
    I started reading hobby and this is my first book. Really great inspiration it was. Will try to follow these best i could. The facts mentioned here are nothing new but it’s difficult to follow as author mentions.
  • Nice tips

    By ARM Student - Bermuda
    Nice short read. The author mentions the tips in the book aren’t knew but it’s worth a read because it’s nice to have a refresher on how to be a better spender and saver!
  • Amazingly helpful

    By Kdj2x
    I can’t wait to start practicing some these tips and also excited about continuing to apply the ones I already practice.
  • Great Title

    By Melton71
    Loved the book, simple fast but effective!
  • Enjoyed it

    By wagner702
    Great quick read for the day
  • Straight forward and a Wake Up Call

    By thejprince
    Stuff you may know but it’s a good reminder and a lot more simplified
  • Nice

    By Mesut__2
    Same goals but not a creative way
  • Great reminder book

    By Chiraq biggest booty
    As they say in the book none of the tips are new but its a great lil reminder to the everyday things that we might forget or need the reminder to. If you sit and actually imply the tips to your life you might learn somethings and get better at others
  • It’s okay to make mistakes: use the bad reviews as power pills

    By Alejandro Henao Chica
    For the haters out there... how many of you have ever published a book ? Probably none of you. It’s okay to make mistakes especially when you are just starting up. Love instead of hate. Turn their negativity into positive, now you know what you have to work on. Keep it up !