The New Master Your Money: A Step-by-Step Plan for Gaining and Enjoying Financial Freedom
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- Avoid the most common financial mistakes.
- Apply biblical principles of money management.
- Save, invest, and give wisely.
- Create a long-term financial plan that works.
- Plan for your taxes and estate needs.
- Get out of debt.
Number of Pages: 230
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2004
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
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A step-by-step guide to financial freedom
Do you know if you have enough? Do you know how much is enough? If you can't answer these questions, The New Master Your Money is for you.
In this book, Ron Blue extracts principles from God's Word and applies them to your financial portfolio.
Learn how to:
- Avoid the most common financial mistakes
- Apply biblical principles for money management
- Save, invest, and give wisely
- Create a long-term financial plan that works
- Plan for your taxes and estate needs
- Get out of debt
Rons professional experience in financial planning will ease your anxieties over money and be an asset to you and your family for generations to come. Learn the tools and techniques you need to move forward toward true financial freedom.
This new edition includes important updates and new content, making it timely and relevant.
JEREMY L. WHITE has been a Certified Public Accountant for sixteen years with financial experience in public accounting and industry. Jeremy assisted with several financial books, including Splitting Heirs: Giving Your Money and Things to Your Children without Ruining Their Lives and The New Master Your Money. Jeremy has also contributed to Larry Burkett¿s Money Matters newsletter and assisted in updating the Family Financial Planning workbook. Jeremy resides in Paducah, Kentucky with his wife and two daughters.
Immerito5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent Edition to Your Financial LibraryJuly 31, 2012ImmeritoQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Ron Blue takes a different approach to finances, in some cases, than Dave Ramsey, as I'll explain briefly below.
Chuck Swindoll wrote the book's foreword.
Ron Blue quickly gets us to the biblical principles of his money management system. (God owns it all, We are in a growth process, the amount is not important and faith requires action).
The book starts with the basics: determining the reader's current financial status and helping the reading to determine goals and the steps needed to realize those goals.
Unlike Dave Ramsey, Blue believes that debt should be minimized and evaluated before one should consider taking it on, while Ramsey advocates *not* getting into debt (with the lone exception of a home mortgage) and renouncing any intention of entering into debt OR gaining further debt (if one discovers his writings after one has debt). His perspective on whole life insurance vs. term life insurance also differs from Ramsey's.
The book contains multiple charts and tables to help the reader.
Recommended for anyone's financial library, especially people new to the basics of personal finance.
San Chang5 Stars Out Of 5March 28, 2007San ChangEverybody needs to read this book! Why isn't this book on the best seller's list I do not know. It is fantastic. After you read it you'll want to share this with everybody. Some of it does get slightly dense but it's all understandable for me. He builds upon Biblical principles, and that is what got my attention and earned my respect.In my opinion this book is useful for people in all walks of life.