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Title:
Money management for those who don't have any
Author:
Paris, James L., 1965-
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Publication Information:
Eugene, Or. : Harvest House Publishers, [1997]

©1997
Physical Description:
247 pages, 4 unnumbered pages ; 22 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Taking the winning approach -- Financial freedom on a budget -- 20 ways to get cash -- Fighting back with smart banking -- Protecting your family's future through insurance -- Become an investor for $50 a month! -- Don't give the IRS all your money! -- Fun and a budget can coexist -- Keeping your shirt in the loan market -- Incredible vacations anyone can afford -- You can own your home.
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ISBN:
9780736913379
Format :
Book

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Central Library HG179 .P2294 1997 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area
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Summary

Summary

Who says you need a big bank account and a pocketful of cashto enjoy the American Dream? Certainly not financialcounselor Jim Paris. Jim shares how readers can handle their money in aGoda'honoring way and enjoy the benefits of sound financial planning. Based onbiblical principles, Money Management forThose Who Dona't Have Any contains more than 200practical strategies, tips, and resources on how toa? save money on credit cards buy a dream housea'with nothing down build an investment account with little money This handbook is the consummate guide to achieving financialsuccess. Whether readers are broke or money is just tight, this book will helpthem attain their lifelong goals and dreams.


Author Notes

James L. Paris is the author of many financial books and the founder and president of ChristianMoney.com. He also appears on more than 100 radio and television talk programs each year


Table of Contents

Taking the Winning Approachp. 7
1. Financial Freedom on a Budgetp. 11
2. 20 Ways to Get Cashp. 43
3. Fighting Back with Smart Bankingp. 73
4. Protecting Your Family's Future Through Insurancep. 89
5. Become an Investor for $50 a Month!p. 117
6. Don't Give the IRS All Your Money!p. 139
7. Fun and a Budget Can Coexistp. 165
8. Keeping Your Shirt in the Loan Marketp. 179
9. Incredible Vacations Anyone Can Affordp. 205
10. You Can Own Your Homep. 227
Appendix A Affordable No-Load Mutual Fundsp. 245
Bibliographyp. 248

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