Matt Bell's Money Strategies for Tough Times: Get Past the Crisis, Find Some Breathing Space, Ditch the Debt, Position Yourself for Lasting Success

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Matt Bell’s Money Strategies for Tough Times is specially prepared to help you handle (and prevent) the tough times. No guilt trips—just practical, proven, sound money strategies, built on the timeless foundation of God’s Word, that you can put in motion today to weather any financial storm and take charge of your financial life.

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Overview


Matt Bell’s Money Strategies for Tough Times is specially prepared to help you handle (and prevent) the tough times. No guilt trips—just practical, proven, sound money strategies, built on the timeless foundation of God’s Word, that you can put in motion today to weather any financial storm and take charge of your financial life.

Learn how to:

• Get out of consumer debt—for good
• Free up money through smarter spending
• Survive unemployment
• Deal with debt collectors and prevent foreclosure
• Choose the best options to pay off debts

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781600066641
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/15/2009
  • Series: Hollywood Nobody Series
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author


MATT BELL is a personal-finance writer and speaker, director of the Willow Creek Association’s Good Sense financial ministry, and author of Money, Purpose, Joy: The Proven Path to Uncommon Financial Success. He has been quoted in major media such as U.S. News & World Report and the Chicago Tribune.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 You Can Get to a Better Place 9

Chapter 2 You Are Here 21

Chapter 3 How Serious Are You? 39

Chapter 4 "Unsecured" Debt Solutions 57

Chapter 5 "Secured" Debt Solutions 71

Chapter 6 When Your Financial Engine Stops Running 83

Chapter 7 Tapping Your Reserves 91

Chapter 8 When All Else Fails 103

Chapter 9 A Money Plan for Any Kind of Weather 115

Chapter 10 Habits of the Heart 131

Chapter 11 Using Your Experience to Help Others 139

Acknowledgments 143

Notes 147

About the Author 153

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  • Posted July 16, 2010

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    Money Money Mula

    I would like to say that I received this book by accident. That it came to me because I signed up for the NavPress Book Bloggers program without specifying what type of books I would like to receive. But after reading what this book is about I know that God knew better. If you have been following my blog for any amount of time you know that last year the Enginerd was laid off while I was about seven months pregnant and we were five months into being home owners. All that said and done, life has settled a bit with a great new job, a great move, the house finally sold and now we're living pretty in a rental. Although, money is still an huge issue.

    Just getting groceries is sometimes an issue. And that one year old birthday coming up for our baby girl, well I keep trying to convince myself she's too young to remember that she will not be getting any presents or a big presentation. At least there is that. This book is timely with it's advice and it's message. Every chapter is filled with great strategies and helpful tidbits for rough and tough situations. The best part that I feel I get with this book is the feeling that someone understands. That situations like unemployment do get you down and it takes time to get past it, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel, you just gotta keep trekking.

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