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We are almost 6 months into 2016! The year is flying by isn’t it? Did you have financial goals this year that you’re striving to meet? Faithful Finance, Money Essentials and Biblical Principals,” by Emily Stroud is the book to read to stay motivated and on track toward your financial goals. What I love about this book is that it isn’t just a book about keeping your finances in order, but it encourages us to use biblical principals as our guide.  In Emily’s book you’ll learn how to:

  • Spend less than you earn
  • Save for the future
  • Give some money away
  • Create an Emergency Fund
  • Make your money work for you
  • Manage your estate
  • Acquire insurance
  • Borrow only what you can afford
  • Wait on God to provide

The book is full of personal stories that will inspire you and coupled with pages of practical advice that you can put to practice in your every day life. As a single parent finances are important to you and your family. The wiser we are with our  finances the more we can bless our family and others with our money. Emily gives us the tools to make wises choices with your finances so that you don’t become a slave to the dollar. The section about insurance, wills, retirement are especially helpful. We always think we have tomorrow and too often people don’t get life insurance for that very reason which is a big mistake. Protecting our family is one of our responsibilities and putting these things in order now will lessen your anxiety in the future. This is a fast read that has advice, tips, and tools that you can utilize to make real improvements in your financial situation.

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