Your Money Counts

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Tyndale House Publishers, 1997 - Religion - 169 pages
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With the economy reeling in the wake of the recent recession, many people are experiencing such financial challenges as credit card debt, downsizing, dead-end jobs, and inadequate or depleted savings. With these challenges come others as well. Recent studies confirm that more than half of all divorces are the result of financial pressures at home. And spiritually, many people are struggling to maintain a biblical perspective amidst the constant tug of materialism. But there is hope. The Bible has a lot to say about money. In fact, the Bible is a veritable blueprint for managing your finances. In Your Money Counts, trusted financial expert Howard Dayton shows you how to manage your personal finances in a highly practical, biblically-based way. Your Money Counts is a thorough, highly practical, guide to personal finance that looks at earning, spending, saving, giving, and getting out of debt from a uniquely biblical perspective. In Your Money Counts, readers are taught the ABCs of establishing a household budget, basic investment strategies, and charitable giving to help them customize their own financial strategy. The book is filled with worksheets, charts, and calculators for calculating budgets, debt, mortgage payments, investments, etc. Your Money Counts provides a clear and thoughtful approach to living debt-free in any economy.

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Contents

ONE THE PROBLEM
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THREE GODS PARTTHE FOUNDATION
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FOUR OUR PARTGOOD AND FAITHFUL
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