Chat With the Cheapest Man in America at WashingtonPost.com (2/28 12:00 pm EST)

by Will Chen on 28 February 2008 comments
Photo: Matt Biddulph

Today at noon, Wise Bread blogger Jeff Yeager will be doing an online chat at the Washington Post's website. Jeff will be sharing frugal living tips with columnist Michelle Singletary, who has selected Jeff for her Color of Money Book Club. Feel free to stop by, ask Jeff a question and show your support for the frugal lifestyle.

Like all Wise Bread readers, Jeff is a consummate saver who believes that

living on less is a good thing to do. It’s the only financial advice that will work for almost everyone. It’s about a quality of life you cannot buy, a sense of satisfaction you cannot fake, and an appreciation for others that gives life value. It’s also about helping to save the planet and sharing with those in need. Simply put, living on less can be funny, but it’s not a joke.

Jeff will be talking about his new book "The Ultimate Cheapskate's Road Map to True Riches", which is filled with fun and practical advice on how to save a buck. Gary Foreman from The Dollar Stretcher raves:

Jeff Yeager's book will not only save you a bunch of money, it'll put a smile on your face while you're doing it. Finally, there's no need to be afraid to face your finances. Jeff explains things in clear, easy-to-understand language all the while showing you how to get the last laugh on your money.

Speaking of savings, Washington Post is giving away one free copy of Jeff's book. For a chance to win, simply send an e-mail to colorofmoney@washpost.com. Please include your name and an address so the Washington Post can send you the book if you win.

Also, for those of you living in the Washington, DC area, Jeff is having a book discussion and signing at Barnes & Noble (555 12th Street NW, Washington, DC) next Wednesday, March 5th, at 12:30 pm.

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