The Three Most Important Lessons You've Never Been Taught is a survival guide to living in one of the world's most competitive consumer economies.We need to change the way we think about money. This book will start you on the path to beating the system, grabbing the best deals and avoiding being ripped off... and it only takes an hour to read.
- A company 's job is to make money from you; your job is to stop them. - Debt isn't bad; bad debt is bad. Learn to tell them apart. - Loyalty doesn't pay; become someone whose custom is fought for, not taken for granted.
Consumer campaigner and top TV expert, Martin Lewis, first designed these lessons for a unique TV challenge where he had just one day to turn twelve normal 15-year-olds into Money Saving Experts. Yet this isn't child's play - after the class they went home and saved their parents over £5,000. Now it's time for everyone to learn these golden rules...
(Martin Lewis is donating all his proceeds from this book to the MSE Charity (registered charity no. 1121320).)
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The UK's biggest financial anorak - Paul Lewis, BBC Radio 4's Moneybox
If anyone can help, it's this man. Martin Lewis knows more about credit cards than possibly anyone else in the country - Justin Rowlatt, BBC1 Panorama
Like Nicky Campbell with much bigger balls - Independent
a thorn in the corporate establishment's side - Sunday Times
Martin Lewis, the man behind moneysavingexpert.com, is one of those people who can lead you through big decisions involving huge amounts of money as if they are laughably unscary. He is a modern-day Robin Hood, and I may love him more than Phil Spencer from Location Location Location - Independent
a highly politicised, single-issue campaigner, working to correct the imbalance of power between companies and their customers - Daily Telegraph
a bigger web celebrity than Obama - Evening Standard
Ultra-specialised journalist, broadcaster and financial campaigner, MoneySavingExpert Martin Lewis, has his own Five TV programme It Pays to Watch, regularly presents ITV1's Tonight and is the regular expert on GMTV's LK Today, Radio 2's Vine and Radio 1's Whiley. His free-to-use, ad-free website www.MoneySavingExpert.com is the UK's biggest money website with over three million visitors a month, and his weekly e-mail newsletter goes to 1.5 million people.