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Abraham Lincoln once said, "You cannot keep out of trouble by spending more than you earn." This simple yet profound word of advice has never been more relevant than now. The average American today spends $1.26 for every dollar they earn and many families find themselves overwhelmed by mounting debt with no end in sight.
Like many Americans, C. Ashley Clayton and his family had a good income but often could not pay their bills. Poor choices, undefined priorities and no spending plan sabotaged their hope of financial freedom. When they made the decision to change how they handled personal finances they discovered a new sense of freedom in pursuit of their dreams, passions and values.
Confessions of a Poor Money Manager is Clayton's personal story of how he and his family moved from financial bondage to financial freedom. It is refreshingly honest, sometimes humorous and engaging. His straight forward style and practical approach takes the edge off of the task of managing our personal resources. He manages to put a personal face on our culture of greed and entitlement and at the same time offers practical biblical principles and spending strategies that will stand the test of time.
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