CHRISTIAN FAMILY FINANCE by William J. Whalen

CHRISTIAN FAMILY FINANCE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A practical manual of facts and advice, illustrated by cartoons, this book aims to help Christian families with a $5,000 to $12,000 a year income to manage their finances in an intelligent way as part of their Christian duty in an essentially pagan society. It is not a philosophical or theological treatise on Christian family finance, but it provides the reader with much food for sober thought and gives him a good deal of sound, practical advice about the proper management of such things as budgeting, the home, furniture, credit and installment buying, life insurance, food, clothing, recreation, health, automobiles, taxes, investments, charities, social security and retirement plans.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1960
Publisher: Bruce