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Money is only one measure of wealth.

Are you using human and social capital to enhance your life and the lives of others around you? Click here to preview the book, Redefining Family Wealth: A Parent’s Guide to Purposeful Living!

 

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YOU CAN live abundantly

Building wealth is tricky business, especially in Christian communities.

Many believe what they’ve always been told: money is intrinsically evil, you’re stuck with your past financial mistakes and wealth planning is only for the very rich. But these are lies—and wealth isn’t just about money. Being wealthy is about providing for your family and others in meaningful ways.

CPA financial planner Deb Meyer turns common misconceptions upside down and shares:

  • The step-by-step guide to create a financial plan aligned with your values.  

  • Easy suggestions to shift how you think about money and ensure your past doesn’t become your script for the future.

  • The power of prayer and how it works hand-in-hand with an abundance mindset.  

  • How to drop the idea that retirement always starts at age 65.

Aligning what we possess with what we believe, this easy-to-navigate financial guide will help you understand you are wealthy when living the life God envisions for you.

Deborah L. Meyer , CPA/PFS, CFP®, is the author of  Redefining Family Wealth: A Parent’s Guide to Purposeful Living . Deborah owns WorthyNest®, a fee-only financial planning and investment advisory firm that helps parents build wealth, and  SV CPA Services , an accounting and tax firm for forward-thinking entrepreneurs.  Deborah has been featured in  The Wall Street Journal ,  Forbes,  and  CNN Business  and is a contributor to  Kiplinger.  She is a 2019 CPA Practice Advisor  “40 Under 40 Honoree” in Accounting  and received the 2018 AICPA  Standing Ovation Award . Outside of work, Deborah spends time with her husband Bryan and three sons.

Deborah L. Meyer, CPA/PFS, CFP®, is the author of Redefining Family Wealth: A Parent’s Guide to Purposeful Living. Deborah owns WorthyNest®, a fee-only financial planning and investment advisory firm that helps parents build wealth, and SV CPA Services, an accounting and tax firm for forward-thinking entrepreneurs.

Deborah has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and CNN Business and is a contributor to Kiplinger. She is a 2019 CPA Practice Advisor “40 Under 40 Honoree” in Accounting and received the 2018 AICPA Standing Ovation Award. Outside of work, Deborah spends time with her husband Bryan and three sons.

 

NOTES OF PRAISE

“This book is a must-read for anyone wanting to make the most of their money, while keeping their focus on what is most important--family. Meyer writes in a relatable, entertaining way using examples from her own life and experiences. I am not one who enjoys ‘money advice’ books, but this one is different. If you want to enrich your life, both monetarily and otherwise, this book is for you. Couldn't recommend it more highly!”

- Elizabeth Liese, Amazon review 6.24.19

“Deborah Meyer gives readers a unique and thoughtful way to consider money management, one that blends together both best practices in finance and a family’s overall values and life goals. Redefining Family Wealth illustrates why effectively managing your financial life leads to so much more than the bottom line.”

- Sarah Stanley Fallaw, Ph.D., and Author of The Next Millionaire Next Door

"Deborah Meyer is a bold, new voice for parents who want to build wealth without compromising their values. In this step-by-step guide, Meyer artfully blends the wisdom she learned from being a mother with the concrete action items she learned from being a CPA financial planner. Most of all, she provides a clear path to living purposefully and abundantly."

- Jeff Goins, Bestselling Author of Real Artists Don't Starve

 

notable quotes from the book

You were made for more. We were created out of nothing, and there is a special plan for each of us to live our full potential.
— Chapter 1
True transformation requires an abundance mindset. You see the potential to move beyond present circumstances.
— Chapter 2
Just because you’ve been doing something for a long time doesn’t mean you must continue. Often, the riskier option is inaction.
— Chapter 3
 

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