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eBook The Power of Being Debt Free: How Eliminating the National Debt Could Radically Improve Your Standard of Living ePub

by Paul David Dunn,Robert Harold Schuller

  • ISBN: 0840754612
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Paul David Dunn,Robert Harold Schuller
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc; First Edition edition (February 1, 1985)
  • Pages: 206
  • ePub book: 1489 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1592 kb
  • Other: txt mobi mbr lrf
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 409

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The book really needs an update due to the fact that it is nearly thirty years old and a lot has changed in the . It would have rated higher but the writing is a bit amateurish. Schuller repeats himself repeatedly about how he tells stories

The book really needs an update due to the fact that it is nearly thirty years old and a lot has changed in the worlds of finance and economics. Schuller repeats himself repeatedly about how he tells stories. Though he does give some concrete examples on how to make it through a recession and how a person should conduct their finances.

by. Schuller, Robert Harold; Dunn, Paul David. Nashville : T. Nelson Publishers.

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The Power of Being Debt-Free. by Robert H. Schuller and Paul David Dunn. Arguing that we have a moral imperative to eliminate the national debt, the authors offer a visionary approach, utilizing the unified efforts of the public and private sectors, to pay off the national debt.

Arguing that we have a moral imperative to eliminate the national debt, the authors offer a visionary approach, utilizing the unified efforts of the public and private sectors, to pay off the national debt.

how eliminating the national debt could radically improve your standard of living. by Robert Harold Schuller. Published 1985 by T. Nelson Publishers in Nashville. Includes bibliographical references.

A look at how eliminating the National Debt would radically improve your standard of life. A wonderful easy to understand book lets us know what the national debt is and how it really effects us all. 206 pages, back corner is chipped and missing small section of corner. Other Products from thetreasurevault (View All). A Kiss by candlelight by Joanna Mansell.

Find nearly any book by Paul David Dunn. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Ten Steps to Financial Freedom: For You, Your Family, and Your Country. by Robert Harold Schuller, Paul David Dunn. ISBN 9781558535336 (978-1-55853-533-6) Softcover, Rutledge Hill Pr, 1997.

Debt is constraining. Different cultures have radically different views on debt. All you can think of is how to get rid of the weight on your back, because it has become an unhealthy obsession. It keeps you from being able to make long-term good choices about your life. You want to be able to take lots of risks and fail (more than once) and debt keeps you from rolling the dice. The Tiv of West Africa have one of the most interesting perspectives on debt that I've encountered: they view indebtedness as a good thing because it implies you will have continuing and long lasting interpersonal relationships. Now freedom, Efe said, is another thing altogether.

Arguing that we have a moral imperative to eliminate the national debt, the authors offer a visionary approach, utilizing the unified efforts of the public and private sectors, to pay off the national debt

Comments

Oreavi Oreavi
The book really needs an update due to the fact that it is nearly thirty years old and a lot has changed in the worlds of finance and economics.

I give it three stars because it offers a balanced budget amendment that would work even today, and is designed to help solve a problem that still plagues us all.

It would have rated higher but the writing is a bit amateurish. Schuller repeats himself repeatedly about how he tells stories. Though he does give some concrete examples on how to make it through a recession and how a person should conduct their finances.
Wymefw Wymefw
Great read