Every month, Reader’s Digest asks selected experts from a different profession to spill their secrets. Readers walk a mile in their shoes and see things that are enlightening, horrifying, and give them a whole new perspective on the people they trust with their food, health, family, money, and home. They walk away with the keys to awesome backdoor deals, insider knowledge that saves them tons of money, and invaluable advice for getting better service anywhere they go.
Now, for the first time ever, this wisdom has been collected into one comprehensive volume, complete with updates, all new interviews, and tons of additional secrets that have never appeared before. The result is more than 1,300 eye-opening tips on everything from sweet-talking a car salesman to getting free drinks from the bartender to making sure you get the right medication from your pharmacist.
You will learn the best ways to care for YOUR HOME, from real estate agents, contractors, plumbers, and even burglars.
From the butcher, to the grocer to the pizza delivery guy, find out how to make sure YOUR FOOD is a fresh (never gross) and high quality at low prices.
Make sure YOUR HEALTH gets the attention it deserves with advice from all corners of the medical world—from the dentist, to the ER, to the gym, and far beyond.
Teachers, nannies, marriage counselors, wedding planners and even mall Santas tell you how to help YOUR FAMILY get the best things in life and never fall into the clutches of swindlers.
Make sure YOUR MONEY is safe and working hard with advice from bankers, sales clerks, identity thieves, and accountants’ strategies to increase what you have, while avoiding wallet-sucking scams.
In 13 Things They Won’t Tell You, America’s Most Trusted Magazine gives the advice Americans need most. It is the ultimate roadmap for making the most of the countless day-to-day interactions that that affect every piece of your life, from your budget to your happiness.
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Published September 13, 2012
by Readers Digest.
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