Friday, May 24, 2013

Financial Friday Book Review

Fridays are dedicated to Financial Matters. At the beginning of the year I decided to take the money horse by the reigns buckling down to pay off debt and save for retirement. Every Friday I share a part of what I learned and implemented, whether the outcome was positive or negative, and what I’ve learned.

Title: Dump Cable TV Cut the Cord and Get the Most for Your Entertainment Dollar
Author: Tom Galland
Publish Date: December 2012, Updated March 2013

About the Book:

Stop Overpaying for Your TV Entertainment

Tired of the ever-increasing price of cable and satellite TV? Join the revolution with folks just like you who are cutting the cable and enjoying a wealth of great entertainment at a fraction of the cost. You'll find all you need to put together a package tailored to your needs and budget.

How Can This Book Help?

Dump Cable TV provides up to date information on the devices and services to help you cut the expense of monthly bills that for many top $100 - just for their television entertainment. You'll get honest advice on the best choices to help you maximize your entertainment options at budget-minded prices.

This book covers the bases to help you get the most bang for your entertainment dollar. Even if you plan to keep cable or satellite but want a better deal from your provider once the promotional pricing ends, you'll get specific advice on how to achieve the lowest bill possible.

My Review:
I was able to get this book for my Kindle for free. The author takes you through what your options can be if you decide to cut cable. I really liked how he was informative in describing partial and complete break off from cable TV. Right off, the author let’s you know what this book is not about, so you know what position he is taking before you even begin reading the first chapter.

Some Chapter Titles:
Can I Save Big Without Cutting Ties
Let’s Start Saving
Stream Baby, Stream (with device recommendations and best services)
Where Are My Sports?
Sample Set Ups

This book was very easy to understand for even the not so technical reader. I understand how things work and with the use of this book could implement any stage of reduction without having to rely on a handyman. There was a lot of new information I gained from reading this book. It is a simple and quick read. Very easy to use a reference book when the reader is ready for implementation. I will definitely refer to this book as long as possible. (Until technology is passed this point.)

This is just one example of some of the free Kindle books that are being offered each and every day by authors through Amazon and if you keep your eye open there are several books that will help us in all aspects of our lives.

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