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Want to get the most bang for your buck but don't know how? Here are two books to help you do just that.
Smart Strategies for Buying a Car will help you select a car with the right features and price to fit your needs. Also talks about insurance, loans, and other costs of own/leasing a car.
In Smart Strategies for Paying for College, the author explores different sources of money, some "free" and some with a price tag, to help you pay for that much needed piece of paper, a degree.
We have other books to help you save money. Check our OPAC for other books that may be of interest.