"A compelling—and highly entertaining—look at improving both the quality of our lives and the health of our planet by consuming wisely and laughing out loud."
—Carl Pope, Executive Director, Sierra Club
"People today think frugality is no fun. Jeff puts the lie to it. I recognize in him my own delight at concocting high joy, low cost solutions to life’s challenges. Less doesn’t mean deprivation–it means less stress, commuting, illness, loneliness and the other ills of our ‘more is better’ and ‘it’s never enough’ culture. Enjoy!"
–Vicki Robin, co-author of the classic betseller,Your Money or Your Life
"Jeff Yeager’s Ultimate Cheapskate 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."
–Gary Foreman, Publisher, The Dollar Stretcher, www.stretcher.com
"What do we all want out of life? To enjoy it to the fullest! Jeff Yeager does a great job showing the way to enjoyment is to be free from debt and clutter, and to have a great time while getting there!"
–Janet Luhrs, author of The Simple Living Guide and the Simple Living newsletter, www.simpleliving.com
"I’ve read and reviewed dozens of personal finance books. This is the first one that is truly funny throughout. And Yeager’s advice is solid, too!"
–J.D. Roth, GetRichSlowly, www.getrichslowly.org
“Slay your Enoughasaurus and learn to skip the Money Step with help from The Ultimate Cheapskate. Jeff Yeager’s edgy humor and surprising insights make this book a very different read than the usual financial tomes. This guy takes thinking outside the box to a new level.”
-Gregory Karp, “Spending Smart” newspaper columnist and author of Living Rich by Spending Smart
"The Ultimate Cheapskate’s Road Map to True Riches, by Jeff Yeager, has landed a vaunted place next to my economic bibles, Your Money or Your Life and the Tightwad Gazette trilogy. Yeager — between jokes — advises readers to find financial security the old-fashioned way, by spending less than they make."
-Liz Soares, The Morning Sentinel