Item description for Managing Your Money: Principles for Abundant Living (Principles for Abundant Living) by Matt Schoenfeld...
Overview Seven habits that families and individuals can adopt to avoid debt, meet needs, give generously, and enjoy life
Publishers Description Managing Your Money presents seven habits that families and individuals can adopt to avoid debt, meet needs, give generously, and enjoy life. It also outlines ways to set up an effective money management system, take advantage of automatic and electronic money management tools, and avoid interest payments.
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.02" Width: 4.54" Height: 0.27" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date Nov 15, 2008
Publisher Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Series Principles for Abundant Living
ISBN 0834123878 ISBN13 9780834123878
Availability 0 units.
More About Matt Schoenfeld
MATT SCHOENFELD is the founder and executive director of the Abundant Living personal finance training ministry. He has served as a Christian financial coach and seminar leader since 1996. Other books include Abundant Living: the Five Biblical Principles for Financial Success and Hidden Treasures, a small group Bible study. Matt lives in Mission, Kansas, with his wife and two children.
Reviews - What do customers think about Managing Your Money (Principle For Abundant Livin)?
Helpful, concise, and pragmatic May 26, 2009
As a church pastor, I see almost daily the pain and frustration poor financial decision making has on a home. Schoenfeld's Debt Free Living and Managing Your Money provide simple, brief, straight-forward, and pragmatic solutions to the problems. Schoenfeld uses every-day examples, such as car ownership, to illustrate the problems and suggest alternatives. Whereas the auto industry and other industries dependent on (dare I say wasteful?) poor consumer spending habits might not like Schoenfeld's conservative approaches, households around the country would welcome the eventual peace and stability they bring. It appears to me that America is a country that has figured out how to be "broke" on every increasing levels of income. Schoenfeld has figured out how to fix the "always broke" problem. P.S. I really appreciated the brevity of the books. Schoeneld sees no need to belabor or over-illustrate as many other similar works seem to do. The effect is a departure from the condescending and paternal approaches other works seem to take.
Gives seven ways to immediately improve one's money management situation Feb 12, 2009
Financial coach Matt Schoenfeld's "Principle-Centered Financial Series" teaches readers of all financial backgrounds how to budget and grow their income. Although Schoenfeld offers financial advice from a Christian perspective, the guidelines here are emphatically practical, and useful to readers regardless of their personal religious faith. "Managing Your Money" gives seven ways to immediately improve one's money management situation, and means to set up an effective money management system, avoid interest payments, and reap the benefits of automatic money management tools. A top-notch, highly readable title enthusiastically recommended for anyone responsible for the household budget.