The story is told of a father giving advice to his two adolescent children while they are preparing a family meal. They have a phenomenal new recipe to try as well as a deep conversation about personal finance. The father answers several questions the teenagers have regarding money management, retirement plans, debt, and a few other things that are relevant to the subject. He explains it using the Heavenly Father's blueprint in a very basic way so that any late teen, young adult, parent, or educator should be able to grasp. His prayer is that these principles can be passed down from generation to generation in order for his family to always be well positioned economically. What sets this book apart is that it differs and compliments the normal long novel containing a large amount of jargon that tends to bore ordinary individuals.
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A Believer's Guide