Author Vernon Williams Shows Students How to Graduate from College Debt Free
Columbia, Maryland – August 10, 2011 – Noted personal finance expert and respected author Vernon Williams has published 425 Ways to Stretch your $$$$. Since the average college graduate has accumulated more than $27,000 in loans, students will be particularly interested in Chapter 9 – 33 Ways to Get a Degree without Debt. The chapter is jam-packed with practical strategies for reducing the cost of tuition and finding and winning scholarships and grants.
Here’s what one parent had to say about 425 Ways to Stretch your $$$$: “As a single mom, one of my biggest concerns was how I was going to pay for my son’s education. Thanks to 425 Ways to Stretch your $$$$, I was not only able to lower the cost of college, but I was able to save money by finding college scholarships and grants for college. I also got some ideas on how to save money on everyday household expenses, as well.” -Sharon Maloney
But that’s not all. Vernon has broken the book into sections so students save almost 40 percent by only downloading the chapters in which they are interested.
For more information about 425 Ways to Stretch your $$$$$, please click www.howtocutyourexpenses.com.
About the author
Vernon Williams has lived his passion of helping consumers achieve financial success for over 20 years. He has taught hundreds of workshops on goal setting, setting up and managing a budget while eliminating unnecessary expenses. He has discussed money-saving tips on several media outlets including National Public Radio Station WEAA and Comcast’s Money Matters Today program.
Vernon has a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and he is a sought after speaker by both public and private sector organizations.
Vernon is a member of the American Council on Consumer Interests and the Better Business Bureau.
Visit Vernon at www.howtocutyourexpenses.com.