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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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10 Easy Ways to Get Organized

Develop these ten habits for a more organized, frugal life.

Finance Q&A: Should We File for Bankruptcy?

Dear Deborah: My brother and his new wife are struggling to meet their monthly bills. They are wondering if they should file for bankruptcy or look into debt consolidation.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • December 27, 2010 |
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An Unforgettable Christmas

"On Christmas Eve, Dad returned without the deer he had hoped to shoot. There was no money for gas, for food or anything else..."

  • Kathy A. Heiden |
  • December 24, 2010 |
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Start the New Year With a Powerful Personal Finance Tool

With the New Year just around the corner, right now is the ideal time to get in the habit of tracking your spending.

In 2010, Donors Want Connection with Charity

Churches and Christian organizations must make significant changes to stay relevant in an era characterized by diminishing middle class incomes, growing need, and changing donor demands.

Gifts You Can Afford to Give

There are times when you really want to give or feel it is important to give, but simply are not able. This is when some of your most extraordinary gifts might be given.

Have Mutual Fund Gains? Act Wisely to Minimize the Tax Bite

One of the challenges of investing is figuring out the tax consequences of your investment activity...

How Giving Blesses the Receiver

My dear friend April received an unexpected but much needed blessing more than 20 years ago. I’ve often wondered if that unknown angel has any idea how much he or she impacted my girlfriend’s life at such a critical time...

Gift Giving Simplified

Gift giving can be one of the biggest stresses of the holidays. Marcia Ramsland, author of Simplify Your Holidays shares key gift giving strategies...

  • Marcia Ramsland |
  • December 10, 2010 |
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This Christmas, Involve Your Children in Charitable Giving

A Christmas tradition in our family is for each of our children to give a gift to a family that lives in poverty. We have fun with this activity — and we all learn about creative and smart ways to give.

When it Does Not Pay to be Cheap

Those of us trying to reduce our spending often think, "If cheap is good, then cheaper must be even better." As noble as that thought might seem -- and it pains me to admit it -- that is not always true...

Less is More for Those Who Choose Simple Lives

It’s easy to make choices that are choreographed to the beat of our materialistic culture. But some people who have chosen to simplify their lives march to a distinctly different beat, declaring with quiet confidence that “less is more.”

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • December 03, 2010 |
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