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Book Image Cheap. Fast. Good!
by Beverly Mills (Author), Alicia Ross (Author)

Not a penny-pinching cookbook—a "get smart!" cookbook.
No more staring helplessly at rising grocery bills or, too harried for time, shelling out twenty-five bucks for mediocre take-out. The work of two brilliant problem-solvers, Cheap. Fast. Good! cuts through both the budget dilemma and the time dilemma with 275 recipes for great, family-pleasing dishes, most of which take under 25 minutes to prepare and average out to cost less—and usually far less—than $2 a serving.

Book Image Feed Your Family for $12 a Day: A Complete Guide to Nutritious, Delicious Meals for Less Money
by Rhonda Barfield
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Book Image Financial Parenting: Showing Your Kids that Money Matters
by Larry Burkett, Rick Osborne

With chapters on stewardship, giving, borrowing and lending, saving and budgeting, this resource includes lots of activities and interactive questions with each chapter. Perfect for children ages 5 and up.

Book Image How to Help Your Husband Make More Money So You Can Be a Stay-At-Home Mom
by Joanne Watson
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Author Joanne Watson dreamed of full-time motherhood, but she and her husband—like many couples across America—felt they simply couldn't afford it on his salary alone. Instead of going back to work, she decided to help boost her husband's income—and tripled his earnings! Now Joanne shares her secrets and, whether your husband is a car mechanic or a CEO, shows you how to help him:

  • Build his confidence
  • Determine if he is currently underpaid
  • Negotiate a raise or promotion
  • Find high-paying job offers beyond the classifieds
  • Start his own business (without a lot of money) and become a self -employed success
  • Ace job interviews
  • Make sure he keeps that better-paying job
  • and much more!

Book Image How to Help Your Husband Make More Money So You Can Be a Stay-At-Home Mom - Audio Cassette

Book Image How to Help Your Husband Make More Money So You Can Be a Stay-At-Home Mom - Audio CD

Book Image Life Skills for Kids: Equipping Your Child for the Real World
by Christine M. Field

Does your child know how to use a check book? Boil an egg? Do the laundry? Read a map? Homeschooler Christine Field helps parents systematically teach kids - from preschool to the teen years - what they need to know to thrive as adults.

Book Image Money Doesn't Grow On Trees: A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children
by Neale S. Godfrey, Carolina Edwards
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Are you worried about your children's financial future? Then whatever their ages, now is the time to teach them the money skills they will need every day of their lives.

Neale S. Godfrey is not only an expert in family finance but also a parent who puts her advice to work in her own home. Chairman of the Children's Financial Network, mother of two, and a frequent commentator on national television, Godfrey has designed a unique program for kids -- from those as young as three to those in their teens -- that teaches them how to earn, save, and spend money wisely while it lets parents clearly communicate their family's values. Using age-appropriate exercises and concrete examples, Godfrey shows parents how to deal with a variety of tough situations.

Book Image Money Doesn't Grow on Trees: Teaching Your Kids the Value of a Buck
by Ellie Kay
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Ellie Kay, “savings queen” and the mother of five, provides down-to-earth, practical ways to teach kids how to handle money wisely. Her signature humor and creative, helpful advice, along with tips from other parents, make this an easy-to-follow guide for parents of preschoolers through teens.

Book Image Money Matters for Kids
by Larry Burkett (Editor), K. Christie Bowler (Contributor)

Children need to be taught at a young age the importance of stewardship, but giving them financial advice that’s too complex can overwhelm and discourage them. In Money Matters for Kids, financial author and teacher, Larry Burkett provides fun and creative tools to help children understand and apply the biblical concept of stewardship. Contains jokes, puzzles, and other fun activities and exercises that make it easy for parents to teach children godly money management principles.

Book Image Money Matters for Teens
by Larry Burkett, Marnie Wooding (Contributor)

Teens always want more money. However, often they do not know how to handle the money they do have. Larry Burkett knows parents need to educate teens on solid, biblical money management if they’re to exercise these habits as adults. In Money Matters for Teens, Burkett address issues of specific concern for teens and teaches them the basics to help them prepare for financial independence.

Book Image Money Matters for Teens Workbook: Age 11-14
by Larry Burkett, Todd Temple (Contributor)

Did you know that the average American teenager spends nearly $3,000 a year? Sounds like a lot, doesn’t it? But with money gifts from birthday and Christmas, allowances, and part-time jobs, teenagers have gained purchasing power in this country.

But when you turn 20, will you know where that $21,000 went? We like to have money, save money, and especially spend money, but few people put learning about money at the top of their priority list. As a teen, maybe you don’t feel that you have enough money to worry about it, but even though you don’t have much, you have enough to matter—especially to the people that sell products for teens! Don’t get caught in the web of marketing gurus. Take control of your money, so no one else will.
In the Money Matters Workbook for Teens, Larry Burkett and Todd Temple will show teens how to:

Pay fair price for quality items.
Avoid being ripped off by misleading ads and salespeople.
Stay out of debt.
Save for a car, college, your own business.
Give money away that will make a difference in the world.
Save money to do fun things with your friends.

Learn skills that will help you right now, and prepare for a successful financial future.

Book Image Money Matters for Teens Workbook: Age 15-18
by Larry Burkett, Todd Temple (Contributor)

If you don’t take control of your money, someone else will. Why learn to manage your money? You don’t have that much anyway, right? Wrong! The average American teenager spends $3,000 per year. And at the end of your teenage years, will you know what happened to that $21,000? While $3,000 per year is most likely a lot less money than your parents spend, you should still be able to:

Pay fair prices for quality items.
Avoid being ripped off by misleading ads and salespeople.
Stay out of debt.
Save up for a car, college, or your own business.
Give money that will make a difference in the world.
Have money to do fun things with your friends.

Larry Burkett and Todd Temple will show you how to take back the control of your money. You’ll learn skills that will help you right now and prepare you for a successful financial future.

Book Image Woman's Guide to Family Finances, A: Finding Real Money in an Unreal Economy
by Ellie Kay
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Financial planning and budgeting basics mixed with Ellie Kay's entertaining style make A Woman’s Guide to Family Finances practical as well as entertaining. Readers learn how to control their spending and save money as well as plan for the future, including their kids’ education and other family needs. Topics include saving money on a mortgage, getting out of debt, and saving on essentials in order to give to those in need. An easy-to-use book that families will rely on for encouragement as well as advice.

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