Curacao, Netherlands Antilles (PRWEB) January 12, 2009
I-Choose-Us.Com, an exclusive women's site, has launched the Money Saving Toolkit. This is the first in a series of topic-focused resources that I-Choose-Us.Com will offer.
"With women controlling 80 percent of household spending, it is crucial for us to know how to survive an economic depression and how we will protect and grow our family's finances through these tough times," says Darlyn Burkle, founder of I-Choose-Us.Com (http://www.i-choose-us.com).
Designed to help women survive and thrive through the financial crisis, the Money Saving Toolkit helps women save and earn extra money. Each money-saving lesson is delivered via E-mail weekly.
"With this delivery strategy, subscribers will receive the information in action-sized proportions," Burkle says, "So instead of getting overwhelmed with information on how to survive a depression, they will act on new ideas every week."
The 52-week Money Saving Toolkit covers tips for saving on food, utilities, mortgage, gasoline, entertainment, college education, travel, gift-giving, and more.
The introductory price for the Money Saving Toolkit is $9.97 a month. Only 500 charter members will be accepted.
Aside from the weekly money-saving tips and ideas, subscribers will also receive surprise bonuses every 90 days. These bonuses include relevant print E-books, audio E-books, reports and checklists. Subscribers will also be eligible for exclusive contests and giveaways.
Subscription to the Money Saving Toolkit also includes free membership in I-Choose-Us.com, an exclusive member-only forum dedicated to providing women with the transformational tools they need to achieve their life goals. In addition, I-Choose-Us.com also enables women to support each other through practical advice, experience sharing, and moral support.
"There is so much doom and gloom about the economy nowadays," says Burkle. "Instead, I want to give women hope. If we educate ourselves and take action, we can protect ourselves and our loved ones during this economic crisis."
"But the most important thing is to act," Burkle says.
To learn more about the Money Saving Toolkit, visit: http://www.i-choose-us.com/financialcrisissurvival.php