Monday, May 03, 2010

Learning to Live Financially Free

Learning to Live Financially Free by Marybeth Whalen and Curt Whalen

From the Publicist:

If a family parenting six children can get out of debt and live financially free, anyone can! Marybeth and Curt Whalen share their financial successes and failures in this book. The Whalens readily admit they made their share of mistakes the first ten years of marriage. Becoming more disciplined and intentional in spending and saving helped them learn valuable lessons for better financial stewardship--lessons you'll want to learn too. Learning to Live Financially Free not only focuses on building a stronger financial understanding in the home, but also encourages couples to communicate, thus building better, stronger marriages. The Whalens clearly comprehend the need for careful money management and commitment in marriage. Money-strapped families will find peace of mind as they begin the process of becoming financially responsible and debt-free.

Pattie’s Thoughts:

This book has some great tips for saving money and getting out of debt. What’s even better for me is that they offer Scriptural references to show that their ideas are not just their own; they’re based in the Word of God. Personal anecdotes add to the personality of the book. I think this would be a great book to give as a wedding gift.

Thanks to Kathy Carlton Willis Communications for a review copy of this book.

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