7 edition of Learning to live financially free found in the catalog.
Learning to live financially free
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Marybeth Whalen and Curt Whalen.|
|LC Classifications||HG179 .W49 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008050603|
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A personal look at what it takes to live debt free In this timely new book based on their own financial challenges, Marybeth Whalen and Curt Whalen offer hard-earned wisdom and hope to families who struggle with debt and the consequences of financial mistakes.5/5(7).
Chapter 7 Learning to Live on Less Chapter 8 Establishing No-Matter-Whats Chapter 9 Facing Unexpected Expenses Chapter 10 Avoiding the Easy Button Chapter 11 Experiencing the Blessings of Financial Hardship Chapter 12 Replacing Comparison with Contentment Chapter 13 Building a Financial Legacy Author: Marybeth Whalen.
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