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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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Money Can’t Buy You Economic Prosperity

If we want to solve an economic problem caused by monetary inflation, we should not throw more money at it.

  • Dr. Shawn Ritenour |
  • April 15, 2011 |
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Should You Settle a Debt for Less than You Owe?

Reaching a debt settlement isn't quite as easy as the ads imply.

Waiting on the Lord Shouldn’t Equal Passivity

Many Christians are so focused on the reality of Christ's return that planning, saving, and investing for the future seem pointless.

  • Austin Pryor, Sound Mind Investing |
  • April 06, 2011 |
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Why Two Savings Accounts Are Better Than One

Interested in dialing down your financial stress and making your finances run more smoothly? Open and maintain two savings accounts.

Authentic Stewardship: Handling the Master's Money

If you're a follower of Jesus Christ, then the following truths should undergird and guide your attitude toward investing.

How Much Emergency Savings Do You Really Need?

Without an emergency savings, you can find yourself forced to sell your long-term investments just to make ends meet.

  • Mark Biller & Joseph Slife, Sound Mind Investing |
  • March 23, 2011 |
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Debtors’ Helper

In a time of tremendous personal debt, Dave Ramsey is at the forefront of a fast-growing financial stewardship movement.

  • Timothy Dalrymple, WORLD News Service |
  • March 11, 2011 |
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Your Non-Cash Donations are Worth More Than You Think

How much is that camel-hair coat worth? Or that long-unused treadmill? The likely answer: "More than you think."

  • Joseph Slife, Sound Mind Investing |
  • March 10, 2011 |
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Giving's Not So Secret on ABC's Secret Millionaire

If ABC approached you about appearing on a new, family-friendly reality series called Secret Millionaire, chances are you would say "yes." Followed quickly by a "when do I start?" But if you were self-made millionaire Dani Johnson, you would have said "no." Four times, in fact.

Retirement Issues: Which Assets Should You Withdraw First?

Once you reach retirement and begin drawing from the storehouse of wealth you've worked so hard to accumulate, two questions arise...

The Case against Frugality

As the recession dragged on, frugality came into vogue, and many commentators believed a new and lasting way of life had begun. That was then...

Finance Q&A: How Can I Make Wise Investing Decisions?

My employer is planning on ending its defined benefit program soon and switching to a defined contribution program. I’m apprehensive about being responsible for my own investments.

We Have Met the Enemy - And He Is Us

When it comes to investing, learning what you're supposed to do is relatively easy. But doing what you're supposed to do, well, that's surprisingly hard...

How to Begin Teaching Your Children Responsibility

“Dad, will you buy this video game for me?” “Can I have this CD?” I feel confident that you’re very familiar with those kinds of pleas.

The Real Bottom Line of Money Decisions

In man's economy, financial advisers and experts can lead you through any financial need you face; but regardless of their expertise, their wisdom is no substitute for the wisdom of God.

How Much Should I Spend?

As you get started with a budget, a logical question is, “How much should I spend on food, fun, and all the rest." That’s why I developed detailed recommended spending guidelines for one-, two-, three-, and four-person households...

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