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A Couple With Common Cents: A Short Story About Abundant Hope in Your Family Finances Paperback – April 5, 2016
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“I urge you to do something special for those you love most---read this book!” --- Dan Miller, Author of the New York Times bestselling book "48 Days to the Work You Love"
“Over the years, I’ve met so many Christians who were gifted in various areas, but when it came to their finances, they lacked common sense. It’s difficult bringing up the issue to such people, as money is a sensitive matter. Ryan Eidson has solved the problem for us. He has written an excellent, highly readable, modern-day parable that most North Americans can relate to. The book packs a lot of practical insight into the whole realm of finances. "A Couple with Common Cents" is a book you can happily hand to those people you want to encourage and inspire with respect to their finances.” --- Frank Viola, Author of "Jesus Now and God’s Favorite Place on Earth". frankviola.org
“I mainly read self help books, not fiction. I got both here, and a bonus that has me setting new goals and rethinking my finances to make positive changes. I loved the message in this book.” --- Robin
“I totally identified with the mom in this book. There were some good actionable tips in here.” ---Kate
"A Couple with Common Cents" is a realistic fiction story about how a Midwestern family goes from frustration to open communication about their finances.
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A Couple with Common Cents tells a story of how a family gets control of their debt, budget and learns to live with the abundance we have in this country and not all the extras. It is presented in a way for the reader to realize that most American families have a common problem and that is living with the idea that being in debt is normal.
The book is full of thought provoking questions to help the reader figure out how to change their financial situation. It gives steps to help make it possible for families to change and become debt free, have emergency savings and set financial goals. It is a short book full of great ideas.