35 Tips on Saving Money - Wolfgang Riebe

35 Tips on Saving Money

By Wolfgang Riebe

  • Release Date: 2011-11-30
  • Genre: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Score: 4
From 5,826 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.


  • 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 !
  • Good ideas

    By animal2520
    Very simple ideas to implement in you daily life.
  • Nice Reminder

    By MONZ22
    Enjoyed the practical reminders😊
  • Not everyone is thought this info growing up...

    By Jenna Nicholas
    A lot of the reviews are bashing this short little book for not providing any new intel (which the author clearly states in the beginning of the book that this would be the case throughout the book), saying that it’s all tired information but I actually learned a lot from this book. Not everybody is tired is fortunate fortunate enough to be taught this type of stuff growing up so I found the book very helpful. Short and sweet. I would recommend it.
  • Totally useful and mind- changing!

    By Navid Ahmad Rahat
    I've always mixed up between "need to have" and "nice to have". And quite frankly, I do suffer from a financial crisis. This book taught me a lot and reminded me the basics. Hats off to the author. Cheers.
  • Common sense

    By PissedAfParent
    Still a good read (regardless of the grammatical errors) for those in debt wondering how they got in that situation. Should add some advice more thoroughly on managing a book for those who don’t actually work in offices or manage company budgets.
  • A few relevant tips inside

    By The Antediluvian
    I liked the inclusion of the Mercedes principal and some of the tips that are more relevant for the current age. Some of the tips seemed a bit outdated, though.
  • Good info

    By Sg1639833
    Book was short and sweet. Easy read with useful tips.
  • Pretty good

    By Shizu Amandla
    A good reflection of the basics one could utilize to watch where their money is going. It could be updated with the phone section to reflect this day and ages tech. Decent presentation, and straight to the point.