MoneyNing Gives Away 7-Part Money Management Course

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David Ning is an author, trusted advisor and founder of, a website designed to help its 120,000 monthly visitors understand how saving money on daily expenses builds wealth over time and leads to financial freedom. Subscribers of the weekly Free Frugal Email Newsletter also receive access to the 7-part mini course, which includes practical money saving tips for living a simpler, happier life.

Author and trusted advisor David Ning is excited to announce the giveaway of a 7-part money management course through his website The 7-part course will be given to those who subscribe to his Free Frugal Email Newsletter at

The newsletter is designed to help readers understand how solid money management efforts and frugal living can lead to financial freedom, resulting in a simpler and happier life. Through his regularly updated blog, email newsletter and 7-part mini-course, Ning helps people see how making small changes in their spending choices can lead to financial freedom by helping them build wealth slowly over time.

A recent report released by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City revealed that approximately 2.3 million households within that district do not have a bank acccount and do not belong to a credit union. Most do not have a checking or a savings account and instead use a variety of non-bank businesses, including check cashing outlets and convenience stores.

When the respondents of the Federal Reserve Bank study were asked why they did not regularly use a bank or credit union for their financial transactions, a number responded that they simply did not have enough money after paying bills. The respondents believed it made little sense to maintain an account when they had so few monetary resources.

This is just the type of situation David Ning tackles on his money management related website: The 120,000 monthly visitors to have access to an extensive body of financial information and resources. The frugal living website offers insights and tips on money management strategies, budget travel secrets, and investment information. In addition, offers practical suggestions for curbing costly spending habits.

The Free Frugal Email Newsletter is a recent addition to the comprehensive information available on Those who register for the newsletter receive a free ebook entitled How to Save Money on Everything. Subscribers are also given access to a free 7-part mini money management course.

Visit 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.


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