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The Power of Clarity

How clear are you about the change you’re trying to make?

Financial Ease in Uneasy Times

Anyone can learn to control their spending, even in the face of a sudden job-loss or financial challenge.

Generosity as the Antidote to Envy

A recent article by Tim Challies has deeply challenged me to face the envy and discontentment that lurks in my heart.

How to Pay for College

A new survey of moms found that 76 percent have financial concerns, and paying for school or college is at the top of their list.

16 Big, Bad Money Wasters

One tiny crack in your finances can turn into a major drain through which untold sums are totally wasted.

The Best Spending Decision We Ever Made

When it came to our first house purchase, we asked not what could we afford, but what could we spend...

Manage Your Finances with Faith

What we believe spiritually has the single greatest influence on our use of money.

The Wisdom of Having an Emergency Fund Hits Home

As I've reflected lately on the families now facing significant financial challenges, I've been reminded of a storm I found myself in several years ago.

Money, Roots, Evil and You

"For the love of money is a root of all evil." 1 Timothy 6:10 may be the best known but least understood Bible verse...

A Framework for Financial Success

It’s easy to make managing money more complicated than it needs to be.

Three Ways to Develop a Lifestyle of Generosity

Winston Churchill once said, “You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.”

Uncovering the True Value of Free

I received an interesting letter from reader Liz P., who works for a non-profit organization called Spreckels Organ Society in San Diego, Calif. She shared with me her pet peeve: people do not appreciate things that are free.

How to Use Cash Instead of Credit and Debit Cards

My wife and I decided this would be the year we would transition from using a combination of credit cards and debit cards to primarily using cash.

How a Budget Leads to Financial Freedom

For some people, a cash flow plan gives them more freedom to spend. That was the case with Sheila.

Should You Stop Tithing to Pay off Debt?

Dear Deborah: Do I need to stop giving to pay our debts?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • August 17, 2011 |
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I Want the Red One! Overcoming Envy

We can’t will envy away, guilt it away, or ignore it away. But there is one thing that seems to help...

The Right Savings for the Right Time

Money being set aside for a major purchase two or three years from now should be saved in a different type of account than money that might be needed right away.

  • Mark Biller and Joseph Slife |
  • August 12, 2011 |
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Save Money on School Supplies

If you find the new school year throws your finances out of balance, try these tips to help bring "back to school" back within your budget.

Which Way is the Financial Wind Blowing in Your Life?

The younger you are the more you can take advantage of what I call the "financial fan."

Dig Out of Credit Card Debt

Dear Deborah: I believe debt is my responsibility but also know that if I do not find a job soon, I will not be able to make the payments.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • August 05, 2011 |
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