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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...

Finding Freedom from the Love of Money

Is it wrong to want money? Not necessarily. It's when we begin to love money that we cross the line. Financial expert Steve Scalici explores what love of money looks like, and why it will always fall short of love for God.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • February 14, 2011 |
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Recognizing Critical Financial Decision Points

At the time it didn’t seem like such a big deal. In fact, I thought we handled things quite well given the circumstances...

Making Money From Home

Every morning, I roll out of bed about 6:30, take a shower, eat breakfast, read from the Word, and head to work. In my case, work is about five steps from the kitchen...

Seven Ways to Splurge on Your Spouse When Money is Tight

To splurge on each other does not mean heaping material blessings on your spouse, although you might take that approach once in a great while. Here are seven ways you can splurge on each other when money is tight.

  • Cindi and Hugh McMenamin |
  • February 02, 2011 |
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Four Ways You Can Make This a Good Year Financially

Although U.S. economists predict an upswing, they say "the economy still faces headwinds," reports USA Today. Here are four ways to make some headway toward a fiscally sound year.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • February 02, 2011 |
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Strike a Fiscal Balance With Your Grown Children

Giving my boys all I can to make their lives perfect would deprive them of the joy of making it on their own, that feeling of accomplishment that comes when we figure out how to get through life's difficult situations.

One Habit That Will Greatly Improve Your Finances

What if there was a single step you could take to greatly increase your sense of financial control and confidence, decrease your financial stress, free up money for generosity, increase your savings, and speed the process of getting out of debt?

Finance Q&A: How Can We Find Good Life Insurance?

What would be a good way to shop around for life insurance?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • January 28, 2011 |
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Debt-Free is the New Rich

Close your eyes and picture a life without any debt: no mortgage payments, credit card bills or auto loans. In today's shaky job market, the image holds particular appeal...

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • January 26, 2011 |
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Keep Money in Your Pocket by Keeping Your Resolutions

How can you keep more money in your pocket this year? You can hold on to thousands of dollars by taking control of your spending.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • January 23, 2011 |
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Your Most Important Investing Decision

What determines the performance of your investment portfolio more than any other single factor?

Is Fear Messing With Your Finances?

Fear isn't always dramatic. It can be more subtle, more nagging, and it can be unhealthy.

Stop the Flow of Money to Your Adult Kids

We must stop being the First Bank of Mom and Dad for our adult children...

5 Spiritually Unhealthy Motives for Saving

I heard a young woman tell a radio interviewer why she saved: she was scared. That conversation caused me to check my own motives for building up savings.

The First Rule of Holes

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • January 12, 2011 |
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How to Raise Wise Money Managers

Every child has their own financial personality. Three of our children are savers. Two are spenders. Of course, they take after both my husband and me, who sit at opposite ends of the spending/saving spectrum ourselves...

7 Habits for a Financially Fit New Year

Personal character is made of habits and habits come in two varieties: good and bad. The secret to learning good habits or breaking bad ones is found in conscious repetition...

Having God’s “More-Than-Enough”

It’s easy for me, at times, to look at what others have and be envious. But so often I forget all I do have…and that it is more than enough.

  • Cindi McMenamin |
  • December 31, 2010 |
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