Irvine, CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2010
David Ning, author, trusted advisor and founder of MoneyNing.com is excited to offer a free 7-part mini course on saving money to those who subscribe to the Free Frugal Email Newsletter. The Free Frugal Email Newsletter and mini course are available at http://moneyning.com/announcements/the-free-frugal-email-newsletter/.
The 7-part mini course helps readers understand how saving money on daily expenses can lead to financial freedom and result in a simpler, happier way of life. The high quality, financial content at MoneyNing.com is available to readers free of charge and provides practical advice on saving money as a strategy for building wealth slowly over time.
Nationwide personal savings are up to 3.5%, yet according to the Bloomberg Businessweek lawmakers, they are worried that many American’s will not have the money they need to make it through retirement. An article in the Association for the Advancement of Retired Persons (AARP) suggests that this a legitimate concern.
The AARP recently featured the results of several surveys which discovered that a full 80% of senior citizens will not enjoy a full-time retired life as generations of the past have. The AARP explains that this is in part due to the recent economic downturn which has depleted personal savings, leaving many seniors without the financial resources required to retire.
It’s just this sort of situation David Ning hopes the 120,000 monthly visitors to his blog MoneyNing.com will be able to avoid. In 2007, David Ning founded MoneyNing.com in order to help others understand how frugal living can lead to financial freedom and result in a simpler, happier life.
Readers of MoneyNing.com have access to a wealth of information including basic money management tips, investment information, budget travel advice and insights on how to curb costly spending habits.
Ning recently added to the comprehensive financial content available on MoneyNing.com with the Free Frugal Email Newsletter and a free ebook entitled How to Save Money on Everything. In addition, subscribers of the newsletter receive access to a 7-part mini course which includes practical tips for saving money and living a simpler, happier life.
Visit http://moneyning.com/announcements/the-free-frugal-email-newsletter/ to register for the Free Frugal Email Newsletter and receive a free copy of David Ning’s ebook How to Save Money on Everything as well as access to the 7-part mini course on frugal living. Or, go to http://moneyning.com/announcements/the-free-frugal-email-newsletter/ for more information about the newsletter, ebook and mini course.