My purpose for relaying the story is to introduce this week’s book, Financial Purity by Jessica Psalidas. Psalidas is an award winning author and graduate of the Inter-American University in Puerto Rico with a Business degree.
Just like the seminar, I found it very elementary and would not recommend it for anyone who is looking for structured financial advice on complicated or in-depth matters. The book, does, however, fill a need for people who have never had to make any financial decisions, who have not had to deal with money or who are just starting out. Who may that be? The book is perfect for high school students; young, singles who are just starting out; and the husband or wife who never had to handle the checkbook but is now alone and forced to do so. Financial Purity has a very common sense approach and presents common sense information and knowledge in a simple, straightforward way. It’s a good book that ties in biblical advice and principles, but it is basic and elementary. Anyone who lacks a basic knowledge of setting goals and making plans to achieve them will benefit from reading Psalidas’ book.
If you are looking for in-depth budgeting and financial planning, however, I would steer you more toward Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University or to Crown Financial.
The book is available for purchase through amazon.com.
Disclaimer: This book was provided by the Author Marketing Experts, Inc. who represents Jessica Psalidas however the express opinions are that of myself and not of the publisher, author or representative.
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