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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.

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.

10 Ways to Save on Fuel

To save a gallon of gas, you need to cut about 22 miles of driving from your week. Here are 10 easy ways to do that.

5 Reasons Not To Budget

If you've resisted the idea of establishing a personal budget in the past, perhaps you're clinging to one or more of these favorite reasons not to budget...

Learn the Importance of Thrift

Many families have learned that it’s fun to gather the kids and brainstorm ways to cut costs and save money.

The Purpose of Money

We weren’t designed to destruct – to use stuff up. We were designed to construct – to create, build, make something more...

Savings: Where Do I Start?

Begin by asking yourself why you want to save. How important is it to you?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • January 27, 2012 |
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How to Mess Up Your Marriage

Want to mess up your marriage? Live separate financial lives.

8 Key Factors that Determine Long-Term Investing Results

Focus on what you can control rather than worry about what you can't.

Don't Let Shame Over Past Financial Mistakes Hurt Your Future

Don't allow dumb money mistakes in your past to be an excuse for future dumb money mistakes. It’s time to fearlessly get up and get going!

Creative College Funding: Ditch the Dorm and Buy Rental Property

With tuition costs soaring, some parents are getting creative.

4 Simple Steps to a New Financial Beginning

The start of a new year is a terrific time to begin your journey toward financial security and investing success...

Biblically, Does Everyone Qualify for Charity?

The Bible is very specific about who should and who should not receive charity.

Should You Seek Help From a Credit Counseling Agency?

If you’ve tried to deal with your debts on your own and are still struggling, you might be a good candidate for credit counseling.

Learn Why January Can Be Hazardous to Your Wealth

Perhaps you've never considered it, but the beginning of each new year is an especially dangerous time for you as an investor.

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