New Book for Latter-day Saints Aids Families with Financial Planning

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A newly published book for Latter-Day Saints, building wealth for building the kingdom, provides practical advice for families facing the financial realities of large families and a commitment to sharing their resources with the Church, according to new Mormon author, Devin Thorpe.

New Mormon author, Devin Thorpe, explains that Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints face unique financial planning challenges that are addressed with practical tips in the new book, Building Wealth for Building the Kingdom: A Financial Planning Guide for Latter-day Saint Families.

LDS families face a rather unique set of financial planning challenges, beginning with a commitment to tithe ten percent of their income, adding large families and then sending their boys (and some of their girls) on missions, and all of them to college, all while they plan and prepare for retirement, which often includes another mission—just for good measure. This book answers the question, “how do we do all that?” for just $0.99.

Author Devin Thorpe commented, “by selling this book electronically and eliminating printing and distribution expenses, the book is affordable for everyone--especially those struggling to make ends meet who may benefit the most from it.”

Devin brings a broad perspective to financial planning, having owned and operated an investment-banking firm, which included an investment advisory business, a mortgage brokerage and having served in a variety of corporate finance positions. Readers can find more information about him at

The book can be purchased at

Building Wealth for Building the Kingdom: A Financial Planning Guide for Latter-day Saint Families provides practical, straightforward help for Mormons seeking to optimize their financial condition while simultaneously demonstrating their commitment to Church service with both their time and money. The book is available here:


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