ISBN: 9789386316028 Pages: 157 Size: 129 x 198 Language: English Book Binding: Paperback Weight: 200 gm.
About The Book
The purpose of a budget is to help thy purse to fatten. It is to assist thee to have thy necessities and, insofar as attainable, thy other desires. It is to enable thee to realize thy most cherished desires by defending them from thy casual wishes. Like a bright light in a dark cave thy budget shows up the leaks from thy purse and enables thee to stop them and control thy expenditures for definite and gratifying purposes.
About George Samuel Clason
A soldier, a writer and a businessman, GEORGE SAMUEL
CLASON lived for 82 years, during which he also served in
the United States Army at the time of the Spanish-American
War (1898). He also started two companies: The Clason
Map Company of Denver Colorado and Clason Publishing
Company. He wrote a series of informational pamphlets
dispensing advice on money management and achieving
financial success. His most famous lessons were compiled
in The Richest Man in Babylon. He earned worldwide
recognition for his parables. He died in 1957.