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It's Time to Winterize

Now is the time to winterize not only your home and car, but also your gasoline-powered equipment such as lawn mowers and chain saws...

Finding the Right Prescription: How to Save on Medications

Consumers increasingly have incentives to comparison shop. The good news is that comparison shopping for prescription medications is getting easier all the time.

  • Joseph Slife with Matthew Pryor |
  • November 08, 2010 |
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Plan Wisely Today for Tomorrow’s Retirement

Scripture encourages us to be responsible stewards of our resources so our tomorrows will not be our undoing. So, how does a wise steward plan for a dignified retirement?

No Financial Margin

In times of a growing economy and rising income, many people manage to stay one step ahead of the wolves. But when the economy slows, the lifestyle that seemed so wonderful becomes a form of captivity if no financial margin is available to cushion the impact.

Estate Planning Essentials for Bad (and Good) Times

Planning the orderly disposition of your estate (the money and property you own, however much or little) is always a step toward good stewardship and financial peace. Lawyer Stephen Bloom gives readers a simple guide.

The Tyranny of Too Many Choices

Recently, I attempted to count the number of choices in the cookie aisle at the supermarket in my neighborhood. When I hit triple digits I stopped...

Finance Q&A: What Should We Teach Our Kids about Money?

Dear Deborah: When should my husband and I start teaching our children about money?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • October 15, 2010 |
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Solid Investment: Short Term or Long Term?

When you support your local church, your funds are transmuted into literature, lives, ministries, and missions. You may never see the returns till you get to heaven, but what a joy it will be to run into folks on the golden streets and learn that it was your gift that helped bring them to faith in Christ.

The Joseph Principle: Flourish During Times of Famine

Even though Joseph lived 3,500 years ago, his financial wisdom works as well today as it did during his time.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP (r) |
  • October 11, 2010 |
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The Realities of Market Timing

For 80 years, the overall trend of stock prices has been upward. This has been the case despite recessions, wars and rumors of wars, energy shortages, and political scandals and upheaval...

Nine Handy Rules of Thumb for Money

Here, for your enjoyment and possible edification are some of my favorite rules of thumb for money. I've collected them over the years.

Chasing Away Debt: Lessons from a Long-Distance Runner

As we trained for the half-marathon, I noticed a lot of similarities between our pursuit of this long-distance running goal and the pursuit of a tough financial goal like getting out of debt.

A Basic Framework for Teaching Your Kids the Value of Money

Every parent wants his or her children to be wise in handling money. As in other areas of life, we hope to equip them so they won't repeat the costly mistakes we may have made in years gone by.

The "Jobless Recovery" and Missions

News flash: The Great Recession ended more than a year ago. That cheery announcement came Sept. 20 from the National Bureau of Economic Research. You could've fooled me. You could've fooled a lot of folks...

How to Beat Financial Temptation

If you've ever stopped by the store to pick up milk and walked out with something quite different, like a big screen TV, you know the power of temptation.

Close-to-Home Options Can Help Cut Your Entertainment Budget

If you really stopped to examine your entertainment budget, you might well discover gunk there. Most people tend to overspend on entertainment.

Finding the Right Financial Advisor

If you're like many Americans, you're concerned about the health of your nest egg. And, you would really like some help — but how do you avoid running into Bernie Madoff's first cousin?

Financial Tips for Newlyweds

Financial adjustments for newlyweds are seldom easy, because both have been accustomed to making money decisions on their own -- and probably feel they're pretty good at it. So here are some suggestions...

Is Ten Percent Enough?

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • September 15, 2010 |
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