Author(s): David Pogue
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Following the success of the "New York Times" bestsellers "Pogue's Basics: Tech" and "Pogue's Basics: Life "comes the next book in the series: "Pogue's Basics: Money" which will be a timeless reference book of 200 simple tips and tricks for making managing your finances easier. This book will shed light on the best ways to save and make money. Everyone gets stressed out doing endless research to try and figure out where to get the best deals on a product, in this book David Pogue will help you spot savings and avoid costly scams. From buying plane tickets, booking hotel rooms, buying a car or house, or doing your taxes, there are tips and advice here for every financial decision you make. Instead of making uninformed or irrational decisions when it comes to money, Pogue's expertise in consumer advocacy will inform people of the best products and websites to use to save yourself money.The perfect book for holidays, "Pogue's Basics: Money" will be accompanied by black-and-white photographs and illustrations throughout the book, collecting all the tips and tricks in one place for you to easily access.
Praise for "Pogue's Basics: Life: """Pogue's Basics: Life" is a master class in the quotidian arts.... What Pogue offers are keyboard shortcuts for the interface of life." "The New York Times" This book by David Pogue is so useful I love this book. I ve implemented more stuff from this book than probably any other book I ve ever read More than any other book I ve ever written, too. Guy Kawasaki"
DAVID POGUE is a "New York Times" bestselling author who has more than 1.5 million followers on Twitter, has given four TED talks, and is the founder of Yahoo Tech, a consumer-technology site for non-technicians. He writes a monthly column for "Scientific American, "and for thirteen years, he wrote the tech column for "The New York Times." Pogue also hosts science shows on PBS's "NOVA" and appears frequently on" CBS Sunday Morning." He has won three Emmys, two Webby Awards, and a Loeb Award for journalism. He's written eighty books, including the previous books in the series, "Pogue's Basics: Life "and "Pogue's Basics: Tech."