Win a Copy of the Brand-New “Budgeting for Dummies”
Tiller is offering five chances to win a free copy of the newly-published book “Budgeting for Dummies”
The For Dummies books are among the best-selling series of all time. The classic Personal Finance For Dummies has helped people understand the basics of financial literacy for 30 years.
And now the brand-new Budgeting for Dummies has just been published. Like all Dummies books, Budgeting for Dummies provides clarity on a topic that can easily become complicated and confusing.
It’s perfect for anyone seeking an efficient way to learn the fundamentals and nuances of managing their money. And it’s a fantastic gift for busy people, high school students, college students, parents – everyone.
When author Athena Valentine Lent reached out to tell us about her new book, we knew we wanted to share it with the Tiller Community. So we’re offering five chances to win a free copy of Budgeting for Dummies to all subscribers of the Tiller Money Memo, and anyone who enters via this form.
About “Budgeting for Dummies”
Build a budget that puts you on solid financial footing
Ask any financially successful person how they achieved their goals, and chances are they’ll tell you it all started with a budget. And that’s exactly where you should start. Budgeting For Dummies shows you how to create a plan that fits your lifestyle, manages everyday needs, and builds your savings.
Author Athena Valentine Lent, founder of the Money Smart Latina blog, offers step-by-step details for creating and following a budget without feeling like you’re depriving yourself and your family of all the things that make life worth living.
This book shows you how to figure out where your money comes from and where it goes so you can live the life you want and work toward your financial goals. Find out how to establish an emergency fund, eliminate debt, improve your credit score, and stick to your budget through economic ups and downs.
- Discover budgeting methods that work so you can live within your means
- Create a budget for your unique situation to get a handle on your income and expenses
- Deal with common budgeting challenges without taking on more debt
- Increase your credit score and save toward a major purchase
You don’t need to make six figures to achieve your financial goals. Lent, who also writes for Slate.com, knows the struggle of trying to make ends meet and is enthusiastic about sharing her knowledge with anyone who wants to improve their financial literacy. If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to managing your money, you can depend on Lent’s tried-and-true advice in Budgeting For Dummies to set you on the right path.
How the drawing for “Budgeting for Dummies” works:
- To qualify, you must be subscribed to the Tiller Money Memo or enter your email address in this form
- We’ll pick five random email addresses on the morning of May 22
- Winners must have a US mailing addresses to qualify
- Winners will receive their copy of Budgeting for Dummies directly from the publisher