Irvine, CA (PRWEB) October 1, 2010
David Ning, author, advisor, and founder of MoneyNing.com is giving away his eBook How to Save Money on Everything to anyone interested in developing strategies for saving money, living frugally and investing wisely. The eBook and other content from the finance-related website can be found at http://moneyning.com/.
According to the Business-Cycle Dating Committee of the National Bureau of Economic Research, the recession is officially over. In fact, according to the committee, economic indicators suggest that the economy began its rebound in June of 2009.
And yet, millions of American’s continue to feel the effects of the economic fallout with many in debt, out of work and without employment or healthcare.
Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner recently explained it this way, “It’s still a very tough economy. We’re still digging out of a very deep hole,” brought about because “large parts of the economy, not just the government, were living beyond their means.”
Helping others develop the habit of spending less than they earn has been a major goal of MoneyNing.com since its launch in 2007. Now that frugal living is back in vogue, the blog has attracted a monthly readership of over 300,000 with its “live below your means” message.
The straightforward, no-nonsense approach of MoneyNing.com has attracted the attention of online news syndicates as well. The high quality content has been featured on Time.com, USNews.com and the NYTimes.com
David Ning, founder of MoneyNing.com, is thrilled by the success of the finance-related website. As a husband, father, and college graduate, Ning understands how difficult it can be to make ends meet on limited means. He launched MoneyNing.com in order to help readers understand the foundational wealth-building principles necessary for creating financial security and the importance of saving money, living frugally and investing wisely.
Subscribers of MoneyNing.com receive a copy of David Ning’s eBook How to Save Money on Everything. They also receive a weekly newsletter and are given access to a mini course on frugal living. Go to http://moneyning.com/announcements/the-free-frugal-email-newsletter/ to subscribe.
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