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Tyndale House Complete Guide to Faith-Based Family Finances

Ron Blue and Jeremy White's Faith-Based Family Finances is the closest you'll get to having your very own financial advisor 24/7. The material has been updated to reflect current financial conditions but Ron's core principles are still grounded in timeless biblical truths. In addition to chapters covering every area of financial planning, the book contains the answers to questions Ron is asked most often and stories of people struggling just like you. Focus on the Family Resource. Hardcover.
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Excellent Resource!!!

Date:December 5, 2013
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Adrienne
Location:Danville, VA
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This book is an excellent resource for just about every financial question and matter. I love the easy-to-read format. Perfect for singles or couples, this book is amazing!!!
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Encyclopedic Reference

Date:May 7, 2013
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Location:Binghamton NY
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I am very happy with the content/ price/ speed in which I received my books.
Highly reccomend this author and this book!
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Good Reference for your Financial Library

Date:August 1, 2012
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This 600 page book is chock-ful of good financial information.
Among other issues, these issues are discussed:
How much of my income should go towards giving?
Should I rent or own?
How can I teach my children about money?
How will I pay for that? ("that" referring to an emergency).
My credit cards are eating me alive. What should I do?
I'm a widow in my mid-sixties: Should I pay off my home or invest the money my husband left me?
Three chapters of the book address debt.
Recommended read for those in debt, those wanting to improve their financial situation, or pastors who need a good reference for counseling their flocks about financial problems.
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