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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Deborah Smith Pegues
|Publication Date: 2009|
Dimensions: 8 X 5.25 (inches)
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Amid the confusion, anger, and anxiety surrounding the U.S. economic crisis, bestselling author and behavioral consultant Deborah Pegues offers proven strategies and wise counsel for financial survival. Drawing on more than three decades of professional experience as a certified public accountant, she answers the most frequently asked questions and addresses common financial dilemmas. This book also offers practical advice on how to cope emotionally, physically, and relationally during times of uncertainty.
In this easytoread book, Pegues will show readers how to
- arm themselves with the information they need to make wise decisions
- prioritize and control spending and get out of debt
- find lowcost alternatives and cultivate contentment
- maintain quality of life amidst the economic turmoil
- and much more
Soulsearching questions and biblical principles combine to fill each chapter with hope for financial health in the midst of uncertain times.
Ricki Zaracki5 Stars Out Of 5April 9, 2009Ricki ZarackiGood, practical advice. Very simply put. I will hold onto this one for reviewing again later.