How to Buy & Sell (Just About) Everything
The Ultimate Buyer's Guide for Daily Life
Don't make another purchase before you buy this ultimate buyer's guide. With more than 550 how-to solutions, these pages are packed with savvy strategies for choosing and locating (and unloading and liquidating) both everyday items and once-in-a-lifetime splurges, with special emphasis on how to find bargains and broker great deals. The clear and friendly information in How To Buy & Sell (Just About) Everything makes any buying or selling decision easy, from selecting baby gear to saving for college, from hawking lemonade to selling your company. Browse these pages to discover how to:
Buy a House · Sell a Car · Buy Happiness · Sell Your Old Computer · Buy Mutual Funds · Hire a Butler · Choose a Diamond Ring · Purchase a Tent · Get Breast Implants · Negotiate a Better Credit Card Rate · Buy a Hot Dog Stand · Sell Your Baseball Collection · Outfit a Nursery · Book a Cheap Safari...and much, much more
Written and designed in the same easy-to-use format as its predecesors, How To Do (Just About) Everything and How to Fix (Just About) Everything, this invaluable collection includes concise instructions, helpful tips and comparison charts -- everything you need to understand product features, prevent problems and guarantee smart purchasing decisions. This is the only book you need to make the most of your money.
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Jeff Wuorio is an award-winning writer whose previous books include The CNBC Guide to Money and Markets. With more than fifteen years' experience writing about investing and personal finance, he serves as a columnist for Microsoft bCentral and is a nationally known authority on personal finance and how to work successfully from a home office.From Booklist:
Much like the conundrum of the chicken and the egg, it is difficult to decide whether we were born a nation of consumers or whether the shopping "jones" was forced upon us through external influences. Yet regardless of how we come by our love or disdain of worldly goods, this third in the How to verb (Just about) Everything series concentrates on mastering the arts of acquisition and deacquisition, from intangibles such as happiness and time to uncommon items like a Tuscan villa or a personal gardener. With the help of a dozen journalists (including one Californian "who never met a thrift shop she didn't like"), editor Wuorio reviews and describes more than 500 activities in enough detail to calm a nervous beginner. Each includes (when appropriate) step-by-step instructions, tips (such as "know your limits for online auctions"), and more than occasional warnings (e.g., "coupons, like produce, are perishable. Use them before they expire"). Meaty enough to serve as a long-term reference. Barbara Jacobs
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