• Coping with Recession

  • Ways to Save Money during the Foul Economical Climate
  • By: Benedict Lopez
  • Narrated by: Ted R Brown
  • Length: 43 mins
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By: Benedict Lopez
Narrated by: Ted R Brown
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Times are not good. The securities market has been having bad weeks for a long time and now is the time to make certain that you come through the harsh years bound to bein front. Attempt to keep your job or make the most out of your home business. Attempt not to lose your home. I Understand that like everybody I've been trimming down substantially recently for our loved ones. This book will pass along ways that you may prefer to think about saving money in this foul economical climate.

©2014 alex Coffey (P)2014 alex Coffey

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Really w waste of time

Must have been written in the 70s. Has nothing to do with financial recessions. Wasted m