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Breaking the Cycle of Financing Vehicles

A better approach to buying cars is to build long-term relationships with our vehicles and send our vehicles’ loan officers packing.

Little Ways to Save Big Money

Think you've cut your expenses all you possibly can? You might be wrong.

Life after College: Become a Financially Savvy 20-Something

The challenges today's 20-somethings face may be different than a previous generation’s — but, probably no worse. Here are some things I wish someone had told me in my 20's...

Can’t Build Savings? Yes, You Can

I believe there are many people who think they can’t save who actually could save.

  • Matt Bell, Author of "Money & Marriage" |
  • March 21, 2012 |
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Don’t Let the Prosperity Gospel Message Fool You

The prosperity gospel is bad news because it twists biblical teachings so much that people may miss out on the hope of the real Gospel.

Using Your Severance Pay Wisely

Dear Deborah: I’m going to get a considerable amount of money from a severance contract soon. I want to have money set aside should I be out of work for awhile...

Housing Costs: Getting Your Numbers Right

Housing is most people’s biggest expense. That’s why it’s essential to get our housing costs right.

Find True Security in Turbulent Economic Times

What I came to realize in my spiritual journey, including two close brushes with bankruptcy, was that I did not have a biblical view of money and giving.

  • Rick Dunham, Author of "Secure" |
  • March 12, 2012 |
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Overcome Adult Peer Pressure

We can’t resist peer pressure if we don’t recognize it’s there. Watch out for these types of adult peer pressure.

  • Jill Savage, Hearts at Home |
  • March 09, 2012 |
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How to Fight Fair about Money

Every healthy relationship involves conflict, so don’t try to avoid conflicts about money. Instead, learn to fight fair.

Teaching Kids to Be Money-Smart

The establishment of specific goals, combined with visual reminders of their progress, has helped our children see the bigger picture, prioritize more effectively, and make wise money decisions.

Questions (& Answers) About Tithing

Over the years I have gotten (and had myself) questions about whether or not the tithe was biblical.

  • J. D. Greear, Baptist Press |
  • March 02, 2012 |
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Avoid Borrowing for Depreciating Assets

For much of human history the very idea of buying something on credit that wasn’t essential and that would lose value over time was recognized as a loser’s game.

What Steps Should I Take to Save for Retirement?

Dear Deborah: I know I need to start saving for my retirement. But I also have high credit card balances, car loans and a mortgage.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • February 27, 2012 |
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It's Never Too Late to Make a Financial Resolution

Although we are well into February, it's not too late to make resolutions in those areas where you want to see improvement.

Casino Culture and the Collapse of Character

All the glitz cannot hide the damage caused by casinos.

Beware of the Credit Card Minimum Payment Trap

If you can’t (or, won’t) pay off the full amount every month, your life will be much easier without credit cards.

The Single Most Powerful Personal Finance Tool

If a tool was available that would give you a strong sense of control over your finances and help keep your financial stress low, wouldn’t you use it?

From Shame to Hope, and Buying a Van with Cash

In 2004, my assistant walked into my office in tears. Drowning in debt, she was struggling hard to keep her head "above water." She was upside down on a car, owed thousands in student loans, and had credit cards piled up as well.

Avoid the Credit Card Sinkhole

I see more pain, sin, marital problems and mental illness due to credit card problems than any other single source.

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