Personal Finances: New Free BYU website with an LDS perspective

Learn valuable information on how to manage your personal finances by going to a new free website created by Bryan Lorin Sudweeks, a professor at the BYU Marriott School of Management. This Personal Finance website was created with an LDS perspective and is designed to help you do the following:

  • Understand the purpose of wealth, and apply the counsel of the scriptures and Church leaders regarding wealth.
  • Set personal goals that will help you progress toward financial and spiritual self-reliance.
  • Identify your past and current financial situation, and learn basic tools to help you solve current financial problems and prepare for the future.
  • Learn key areas of financial responsibility and the need for constant vigilance in financial matters.

This is an EXCELLENT resource for LDS families desiring to learn more about personal finances. I will be adding a link on my blog sidebar. A few of the lessons include budgeting, deciding on buying or leasing a car, home purchasing, life insurance planning, debt reduction, financing children’s education or missions, and teaching children financial responsibility as well as many other lessons.
I have been attending the Women’s Conference at BYU and took a class by Bro. Sudweeks. Watch for more posts with various ideas I gather at the conference in the next few days.

2 Replies to “Personal Finances: New Free BYU website with an LDS perspective”

  1. I agree that this is an EXCELLENT resource. This is based off a course taught at BYU which I took while I was a student there. The principles of this course have been very useful for me. The great thing about this website is it customizes some of the information for people at various stages of life who are facing much different financial decisions.

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