4 edition of Family guide to financial security. found in the catalog.
Family guide to financial security.
Rutledge Books, inc.
|Contributions||O"Toole, Edward T.|
|LC Classifications||HG179 .R84|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||72086472|
Family Money Management You are not alone! Financial problems are a common problem in today’s society. Financial troubles such as falling behind in paying the bills, accumulating credit card debt, or being forced to put a second mort-gage on a house happen to people everyday. Are you faced with the ﬁnancial disappointments of not being. When it comes to money, most of my decisions are based on how it will help me achieve either of my top two financial goals: Security; Freedom; Today I want to talk about the first of those goals: financial security. My absolute primary financial objective is to make sure that my family always has enough money to meet their basic needs.
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