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Financial Paperwork: What to Keep, What to Toss

Anyone enjoy filing papers? Here are my recommendations for what to put where and how long to keep it.

How to Develop a Lifestyle of Helping Others

Going through a hard time? Then help others who are struggling.

Six Investing Lessons I Learned at the Beach

Going to the beach is not only fun, it's also where I learned a lot of commonsense investing basics.

Jesus ... Single Like Me: Leadership by Stewardship

One successful component of leadership is stewardship. Not only of the things we possess like our clothes and cars, but also in the people and the ministries God has given us to lead.

Tapping Into the Odd and Powerful Force of Momentum

What’s normal in our world is to be overweight and in debt. If we’re going to be different, we’re going to need to be a little odd.

Save by Paying Yourself First

Despite your best intentions, it's easy to rationalize putting off starting to save.

How Much Does Your Lifestyle Matter to You?

Have you ever stopped to think about how much you really have?

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • May 30, 2011 |
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Where to Find Free or Nearly-Free Kids’ Movies This Summer

With the school season coming to an end, a parent’s thoughts quickly turn to, “what are we going to do with the kids all summer?”

How to Envision Your Vacations

Do you dream about experiences you’d like to have with your family? Then grab a piece of paper...

Spending Strategies to Help You Live Within Your Budget

When others need advice on where to shop because of an unexpected major purchase or financial emergency, they run to the "cheapskates" for advice.

Money Lessons for New Grads

Most of my money lessons have come about by making mistakes. Graduates, I'd like to spare you the pain.

Five Steps to Get Organized

I am declaring before each and every one of you, my dear readers, this is my year to get organized.

Investing Doubt? Take the Safe Route

Do you become anxious when circumstances compel you to make important investing decisions? You're not alone.

Money Lessons From an Old Toy Fire Truck

Researchers say people who value experiences tend to be happier than those who value things. But I don’t think that’s a lesson you can just slap on like cologne.

Finance Q&A: What Is the Best Way to Save for College?

Dear Deborah: We’re not sure how to save for our children’s college...

The Wisdom to Show Restraint

Recent financial news has been filled with stories of rich people behaving badly...

Radical Ways to Accomplish Your Financial Goals

Quite possibly, the most dramatic step I’ve heard of anyone taking to get his or her finances right is going on a spending fast.

The Importance of Being Able to Talk About Money

Even when couples have a strong, stable relationship, money is still often a source of conflict.

Cutting the Cost of Utilities

Utility expenditures fall in the middle—not as flexible as grocery spending, but certainly not as inflexible as auto-related costs.

Get Out of the Two Income Trap

Many families want to live on one income but can't seem to get out of the two income trap.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • April 18, 2011 |
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