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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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Finance Q&A: What's the Best Way to Improve My Credit Score?

Rebuilding your credit is a worthy goal. Here's one of the most important steps to take...

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • October 12, 2009 |
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Ten Months of Credit Card Grace, But Not for You

The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009 promises a turning point for American consumers and an end to the days of unfair rate hikes and hidden fees. The problem is the ten-month heads-up period that the law granted to banks and credit card companies...

Christian Charity: Good News in Hard Times

There is one institution that has a clear and non-delegable duty to reach out and help those who are suffering. This great institution is the Church.

Protect Yourself from the Bank Bounce Fee Bite

Banks have taken big financial hits over the past year, due in part to the sub-prime mortgage meltdown. One of the ways banks are making up for their losses is by charging fees...

Finance Q&A: Should You Get a Debt-Consolidation Loan?

You have a mortgage, a home improvement loan, and a car loan. Should you consolidate?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • September 25, 2009 |
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Money, Purpose, Joy

Matt Bell offers values-based personal finance advice and demonstrates how getting our priorities in order and implementing smart-money strategies can make true financial freedom attainable--regardless of income level. Read an excerpt from Money, Purpose, Joy.

How to Get Money for Your Used Clothing

When you itemize your tax return, you are allowed to deduct the fair market value of the items you donate to charity. Here's how you can easily assess the value of your donations...

Beggar Banks and Telephone Ladies

Scripture tells us to help the poor, and protect them from those who would exploit them—such as unethical moneylenders. Here's how it works.

Picking Up Pennies: Leave a Legacy of Financial Stewardship

One of the most important gifts we parents can give our kids is a legacy of good stewardship. No matter how dismissive your little bambinos are, don’t give up on the mission.

What Does it Mean to be Our Brother’s Keeper?

As someone who has given much when times were good and received much when times were tough, I can tell you it is much more real - and life-changing - to receive from the Body of Christ than to receive from the government.

  • Barbara Curtis |
  • September 10, 2009 |
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How to Find Financial Freedom

With God as your pilot, you can take control of your financial destination...

  • Jay Peroni, CFP(r) |
  • September 04, 2009 |
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The Health Insurance Trap

One study indicates that less than half of all health policy holders believe they understand their policies. Here are some practical things you can do to get through some of the haze and confusion...

It Wants Your Wallet! Beware the Cap and Trade Monster

The impact of cap-and-trade will be devastating for individuals and potentially catastrophic for our nation's already troubled economy. And it probably won't help the environment.

New Law Makes Parents Liable for Kids' Debts

Under the new Credit CARD Act of 2009, students either must prove they have an independent source of income to repay their debt, or have a parent cosign...

Mutual Funds: Who's in Your Wallet?

Here are 5 reasons why mutual funds may be a bad idea for your family...

  • Jay Peroni, CFP(r) |
  • August 14, 2009 |
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Money-Saving Lessons from a Single Mom

The most valuable financial gift my mom gave me didn’t cost her a cent. It was the gift of frugality...

Secrets of Financial Survivors

Ben Sherwood's book The Survivors Club reveals insight into why some people beat the odds while others don't...

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