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Paul's Advice to the Rich

Planning a Wonderful, Enjoyable, Affordable Wedding

Even with the recent recession prompting couples (and their families) to cut back, weddings in the U.S. currently have an average sticker price of $19,581. Should you - must you - pay this much?

The Easy Way to Teach Teens About Money

If you trust your teens with some amount of money and then allow them to make their own independent financial decisions on a level commensurate with their age and ability, you will address the five key motivators that influence kids.

Finance Q&A: Are Private Colleges Worth the Cost?

Our daughter's two college choices are private schools. We're thinking about telling her that she'll need to attend a public university, since it will be more affordable for us. Is this a good idea?

Homeowners Weigh Morality of Walking Out on Mortgages

Desperate homeowners like Lynn Thompson - whose property is worth $90,000 less than she purchased it for - have raised an ethical debate: Is it ever OK to walk away?

Retirement Cash Flow Strategies

Turning a portfolio of stocks and bonds into a stream of regular income can seem complicated. It doesn't need to be.

  • Scott Houser & Mark Biller |
  • June 28, 2010 |
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Is Bankruptcy Ever Okay for a Christian?

While bankruptcy's stigma has weakened in recent years, it is still an especially troubling topic for many Christians. What about the biblical admonition, "The wicked borrow and do not repay, but the righteous give generously" (Psalm 37:21)?

Ease Your Mind with These Surprising Travel Tips

Today, I have a couple of pre-emptive tips for those of you who will be traveling this summer. The first is for those who will be traveling abroad, and the second for travelers who plan to pay bills ahead before they leave town for an extended period of time.

Lessons from the Great Recession

God uses difficult economic circumstances to cause us to become more dependent upon Him, to be more reliant on His financial principles, and to reprioritize our lives.

Faith-Based Credit Unions: An Option for Christian Savers

Of the more than 9,000 state and federally chartered credit unions in the U.S., many are overtly Christian in their emphasis.

America: Going Out of Business?

As the economic viability of the European Union teeters on the brink of collapse, Americans are getting a close up look at what happens when “borrow and spend” becomes the national modus operandi.

Finance Q&A: Should I Buy a House?

I am a single parent with two teenagers. What kind of advice would you give for buying a home?

Live with Less to Enjoy More

Our culture constantly says that you need more in your life: a bigger house, a newer car, better clothes, more activities. But pursuing what truly matters requires living with less - not more - so you'll be free to grow closer to God and other people.

Don’t Get Grabbed by Greed!

To Tithe or Not to Tithe? That is the Question

  • Steven G. Scalici, CFP® |
  • June 04, 2010 |
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Paying for College with a Reality Check

One year in a moderately priced private college or university can easily cost $17,000-$20,000. Yet, College can be affordable for the typical family if they research wisely and start planning early.

A Prayer God Loves to Answer

"Lord, use me more!" What Christian doesn't want to come to the end of his or her life and know that it was a life well spent for God and His kingdom? But give thought to how you pray, my friends.

Getting Your "Financial Bus" on Track

If you are the driver of a financial bus that is spiraling out of control, here's some advice that can help you get back on track when the wheels come off.

Love & Respect: How Your Money Habits Affect Your Spouse

As I've been reading Emerson Eggerichs' book, naturally titled Love and Respect, it made me wonder about the implications for how husbands and wives use money, especially since finances are typically one of the most contentious issues in marriage. So, I decided to ask my wife, Jude...

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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