The Vigilant Christian Book series


 

 

 

Book 5

Perfect Money Planning, the fifth and last book of the Vigilant Christian series. David Dionisi explains what to do in a world where organized evil dominates the global monetary system.

Dionisi expands and refines this book after twenty-five years since it was first published in 1992. For most people this book presents ideas that will challenge what they have previously learned about money.

A financial elite created the Federal Reserve, Bank for International Settlements, World Bank, and International Monetary Fund. This small but powerful group is hard at work creating a Special Drawing Rights one-world monetary system based on energy units instead of supply and demand.

Readers learn the secrets of how an international bank cartel seeking to establish totalitarian rule, gained control of the U.S. monetary system.

Perfect Money Planning will help you navigate how to use God's resources wisely as you provide for your family and future. Financial advice in this book is provided on socially responsible investing, along with worksheets, formulas, and quizzes to help readers construct a financial plan.

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Reviewed by P. Hooper of The U.S. Review of Books

(online at http://www.theusreview.com/reviews/Vigillant-Dionisi.html?BookId=SKU-000491544#.VMHGe17TmdY).

In a time when many are struggling financially, the merit of money planning and investing cannot be underrated. According to Dionisi, people's main financial goal should not be merely accumulation of wealth, however. Helping the poor and needy is not a luxury for the rich, but is an injunction for all Christians. Dionisi's aim in writing this book is to help readers manage their money in such a way as to enable people to fulfill their Christian duty, and he claims that this goal is attainable if one plans appropriately. Not just a basic book about budgeting, it also explains how the economy works. Dionisi describes in simple terms how the Federal Reserve operates, and he details the history of money since the Civil War. He then covers issues like establishing an emergency fund, determining one's priorities, and debt management. Not only does the author provide excellent advice on how to pay down debt, but he provides worksheets and quizzes to help the reader ascertain where to start. Other chapters cover such topics as insurance and what types are most important to buy, when owning a house is a smart option, and how to plan for retirement or funding college. He provides formulas to calculate retirement and college costs and discusses many investment options such as IRAs and Certificates of Deposit. Through it all, Dionisi emphasizes scriptural commands to be wise stewards over one's wealth. This book is a comprehensive guide to economic health and independence and is a must-read for anyone concerned about money and serving others.