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Publisher's Summary

In Make Your Money Count, Jim Munchbach describes four types of people:

Those who are buried in debt but continue to spend even though they’re consumed with anxiety about money
Those who live barely above water and are always “one paycheck from disaster”
Those who have bucks in the bank but are still worried about their finances, and
Those whose lives are full of purpose and contentment and who connect their resources to what matters most
With gripping and heart-warming stories, Jim helps each of the first three kinds of people take courageous steps to become people who are full of purpose and contentment.We long to make sense of our finances, but many of us don’t know where to turn for help. In this book, Jim puts the pieces together so that we clearly understand…

The necessity of having a clear, compelling purpose in life
Ways we can connect all of our resources to our purpose
How to write a strategic and simple “Blueprint for Financial Success”
Ways we can maximize our savings and investments, and
A strategy for passing principles of good financial management to our children.

©2012 Jim Munchbach (P)2012 Baxter Press
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Critic Reviews

"This very useful book beautifully demonstrates the “Law of the Harvest.” It is only through planning and preparing financially that you can free yourself from the worry, fear and regret that accompany a drought. By proactively choosing to leave a legacy of faith, love and financial freedom, you become more than what you are." (Stephen R. Covey, author, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness)
" Make Your Money Count stands out from other guides on money management because it drives home an important truth: Clarifying your purpose in life is the essential element in financial planning. The book offers an excellent blueprint for success and provides easy-to-follow steps that will align your money with your best intentions and put your finances in divine order." (Ken Blanchard, co-author of The One Minute Manager® and Leading at a Higher Level)
"Jim has a gift. He can write about money and life in a way that will change how you manage both. Read him and watch God change your heart!" (John Ortberg, Pastor, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church)
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