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The next step is to simply to continue your journey:  grow healthier and wealthier, and have more time to spend in happiness and safety.

Probably the best way to do just that is to subscribe to free newsletters that are designed to benefit consumers.  The CFA's Consumer Sleuth is one such service.  It's very similar to "The World's Best Consumer Tips" except that it takes only 20% as much time to read because it's shorter and comes about twice per week.

It's not like most other newsletters:  tiresome laundry lists of news stories, tidbits and ads.  Each Consumer Sleuth will focus on one powerful consumer tip, then show how to use it to get the maximum benefit for your life.

The Consumer Sleuth is free, it's a fast-and-fun read, and it's designed to be highly useful to all consumers.  If you liked the tips you've read about in the Best Consumer Tips series, you'll want to keep learning because your life is worth living to the fullest!

This tipsheet is the last of the Best Consumer Tips, so today is the only time you'll be offered this opportunity.  If you'd like to subscribe, just click this button:


Perhaps you're a little unsure if it's right for you?  Then just try it for a few days -- you can always unsubscribe just by clicking the Unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email.

One of the first editions of the Consumer Sleuth will cover the "Unlucky 13," the next worst consumer goofs.  They're not as awful as the "Dirty Dozen" we covered in the last email, but each mistake is costing many Americans tens of billions of dollars every year.  We've already touched on almost all of these topics:

25.  How to avoid high automotive costs
24.  Don't overspend for telecommunications services
23.  Mortgage mistakes no consumer should make
22.  How to make out a living trust instead of a will
21.  Good dental habits that can save money
20.  How to use credit cards the right way
19.  How to get the best homeowners insurance
18.  The many benefits of a good credit score
17.  Maintain your home to preserve its value
16.  Ensure sufficient funds for retirement
15.  How to use money-saving tax breaks
14.  Be careful to avoid medical mistakes
13.  Don't forget to "be young at heart" -- have a good balance of rest, play and/or exercise


As a final added bonus, most of our Ultimate Money Makeover package will soon be made available to all Consumer Sleuth subscribers, free of charge!  In the past that was available only to paid subscribers.  It can really give a powerful boost to the prosperity of nearly any consumer.  Look for an announcement from us about this super opportunity in just a short while.


     
  
Thought for the Day:  "Failure is not always a mistake; it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances.  The real mistake is to stop trying."

~B F. Skinner (1904 - 1990), American psychologist

 
 


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