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Practical Steps for Getting Out of Debt

No matter how much debt you have, it’s possible to get out of debt and to stay out.

6 Keys to Controlling Your Spending

For several years during the late 1980s, my wife Susie and I applied a rather rigorous approach to control our spending, and it worked pretty well. I didn't keep a diary at the time, but looking back on it now, these are the "keys to success" that come to mind.

The Best Days of the Month to Invest

Here's some research that should get your attention. Assume two $1,000 portfolios — which we'll call the Green and the Red — were started in January 1927. Although the market is open, on average, about 21 days each month, the Green portfolio was invested in stocks only during a certain "favorable period" of seven days that recurs each month...

An Unintended Benefit of Saving Money

In April 2010, we gave up TV when we bought a new house. Our thinking was, "New house, new beginnings, let's try life without cable."

The Debt Doctor Will See You Now

Debt is not a disease; it’s a symptom. Tracing it to its root cause is essential for anyone wanting to be done with debt once and for all.

Should Christians Be Fashionable?

Christians should be fashionable -- as long as they go about it in a balanced way. Here are 9 practical ideas for frugal fashion.

Pay Yourself Second

Parking some money in a savings account? Who needs it? You do, and so do I.

The College Bubble: Why Tuition Costs are Exploding

Tuition and fees at public four-year schools have jumped by 25 percent in just the last three years. Unfortunately, the trends are even more worrisome for Christian higher education.

Tomato Seedlings, Dave Ramsey, and Sustainability

The week we got our tomato seedlings and herb sprouts in the ground is the week I finally sat down and read Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover. Both things speak to me of the value of being self-sustainable in a nation underwater in debt.

Save Money on Your Insurance Coverage

Let’s talk about some practical things we can do that might save big dollars on insurance costs.

Five Steps to Living Debt-free

From time to time, we all need "refreshers" to pull us back onto the path that God has set before us. Here's a refresher we all need to practice: five simple steps to debt-free living.

What If My Husband Won't Let Me Tithe?

Hi Roger, I make significantly more money than my husband. I want to be able to tithe on the money I make and he doesn't want me to.

Negotiate Your Salary Like A Pro

During an interview, many job applicants get caught unprepared when asked salary questions. Poor answers to money questions can cost the applicant the job, or if hired, can result in being paid thousands of dollars less than the employer would have been willing to pay.

  • Kevin Brennfleck, NCCC and Kay Marie Brennfleck, N |
  • April 27, 2012 |
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Common Questions About Biblical Generosity

How much should I give, and where should I give?

Obstacles that Could Keep You from Your Financial Goals

Growing up, I watched the hardest working man I knew, my grandfather, lose his entire life savings. Here's where he went wrong.

  • Jay Peroni, CFP(r) |
  • April 17, 2012 |
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The Cost of Clutter

For some of us, instead of focusing on getting out of debt, we need to first give more serious thought to becoming organized. Does that sound crazy, almost laughable? Before you start laughing too hard, look at these examples and see if you can relate...

Loving with Limited Resources

We can't do everything, so we have to love the best we can with what we have.

An Irrational Financial Act

Of all we can do with money, giving it away seems irrational, doesn’t it? But generosity is a key component of using money well.

Eight Things To Do With a Tax Refund

Plan now for how you'll manage your tax refund, or your refund could easily evaporate.

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