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Giving in Hard Times: An Opportunity for Witness

God did not spare His own Son, but gave Him as a gift that first Christmas, and how can we not likewise show generosity to others?

Finance Q&A: Should You Invest in Mutual Funds?

Dear Deborah: I'm a single 24-year-old and a full-time employee. I've heard about mutual funds, but what are they and how do I go about investing in them?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • December 16, 2009 |
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Four Online Tools Make Budgeting Fun

While your spending plan can be done manually with paper and a pen, there are a few really cool online tools and calculators that will make it a lot easier, and perhaps even fun, too.

A Lesson from Tiger's Tale

The one thing that's been bothering me the most about Tiger Woods' story is this: Wasn't there anyone in his life who was holding him accountable?

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Make the Most of Your Money in Tough Times

Although you can't control the economy, you can control how you manage your money during this recession. Here's how you can make the most of your money in tough times...

Inflation: 7 Simple Financial Insights to Help You Cope

We haven't faced serious inflation for more than a generation in the U.S. If that changes and inflation really does heat up, many Americans will have no idea how to adjust. Here are seven simple financial insights for successfully coping with inflation...

"Only One Thing is Needed" this Holiday Season

The top three most common holiday regrets relate to gift giving. People come away from Christmas wishing they'd spent less on gifts, spent less time shopping for gifts, and spent less money on themselves. So what can we do to ensure this Christmas is more about our Savior's birth and less about spending money?

Four Loopholes in the New Credit Card Laws

The rules of the credit card game changed when the first phase of the new Credit CARD Act of 2009 became effective...

Thanksgiving: For Richer or Poorer

The holidays are certainly a time to think about – nay, physically assist – those less fortunate than ourselves. But are we missing someone?

10 Healthy Foods for Under $1

When it comes to food, there is a commonly held belief that if it's cheap, it can't possibly be healthy. But there are untold healthy options that are affordable on any budget...

Finance Q&A: Planning for the Holidays on a Low Budget

Dear Deborah: I'm not looking forward to the holiday season ahead. My husband is self-employed and his business is barely surviving. We can't afford to spend on presents like we use to. Any suggestions?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • November 09, 2009 |
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Inexpensive Gifts for New Moms

If there are expectant parents in your circle of friends, you may be racking your brain to come up with a gift for the baby that will be useful, unique and affordable. I've got an idea...

Despite Everything, We Are So Blessed

What are you facing today? Foreclosure? Unemployment? Bill collectors? Here's a story of hope that will put things in perspective...

Marital Money Troubles? Find Peace with These Tips

A budget is an expression of your personality and motivational style. Consider these four money motivation styles and how they affect your marriage.

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • October 30, 2009 |
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Of Marshmallows and Wise Money Management

Would you like to raise your children to be wise money managers? Teach them to be two-marshmallow kids...

Money and Morality: How Values Undercut the Economy

If people can’t control their own desires, can we really expect them to keep their financial house in order?

The 411 on Expiration Dates on Food Products

Few things in the grocery store are more confusing than expiration dates on food products...

The Dollar at the Precipice

Our currency is headed for a free-fall off a cliff in the international foreign-exchange markets. Why is this almost a certainty?

Is the Economy Really Recovering?

With news reporting the recession is finally over and the stock market recovering over 50% from the March 9th low, we need to ask: is Main Street truly improving?

  • Jay Peroni, CFP(r) |
  • October 13, 2009 |
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