Schools today offer their students a wide selection of courses. From the three Rs to almost everything from computers to exotic foreign languages, students can select classes to enrich their lives. Unfortunately, most schools offer little or no guidance in enriching a student's bank account--or at least in keeping the student out of debt.
Author Ed Murrell knows about the allure of -easy- credit. From early adulthood, he heard the siren call of credit card companies and soon found himself way over his head in debt. In Good Cent$, Murrell reaches out to young people to help them avoid the pitfalls of credit. Readers will learn how he paid off his debts by creating and living on a budget based on the Bible and what it teaches about money. Learn how to create a budget for your stage of life and how to make adjustments as circumstances change. Chapter questions will help make certain the reader understands what was read, so readers will not be left uncertain about the budget-making process.
Good Cent$ encourages young people to start a budget today and continue it for the rest of their lives. These are tough financial times, and young people cannot wait to get--and keep--control of their finances.