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As The Millionaire Next Door revealed, and millions of Americans now realize, building wealth isn't just about working harder or what you choose to invest in: it's about spending smarter. Now, award-winning Tribune Company personal finance columnist Gregory Karp shows how to do just that. This book isn't about depriving yourself: you don't have to become a "financial anorexic," and you won't have to start dumpster diving! Instead, Gregory Karp shows how to build real, long-lasting wealth by plugging the money leaks you're barely even aware of, and making sure you spend with a purpose. Drawing on everything he's learned writing his prize-winning weekly column, Karp reveals surprisingly painless, little-known techniques for eliminating wasteful spending in every area of your financial life. Karp shows how to spend on what you really care about, not what you don't... understand the real value of comparison shopping...save money in giving gifts without becoming a cheapskate. Karp shows how to slash your phone bill... spend less on food without changing what you like to eat... eliminate spending leaks in insurance, education, entertainment and beyond. From the clothes you wear to the cars you drive, Living Rich by Spending Smart will help you build a life that's truly rich, because it's truly financially secure.
Gregory Karp's Spending Smart newspaper column reaches more than 6,000,000 readers of Tribune Co. newspapers, including The Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, and Hartford Courant. It also runs on the Web sites of additional media outlets ranging from the Los Angeles Times and Newsday to Superstation WGN in Chicago. Karp won the first-ever best-column award in 2006 from the Society of Business Editors and Writers. A staff member at The Morning Call in Allentown, Pa., Karp is an award-winning writer with 17+ years of professional journalism experience as both a writer and editor. He also writes about family finances for Better Homes and Gardens (circulation 7.6 million).