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Simplicity Can Add Hours to Your Day

When our lives get chaotic, we pay dearly in stress and money...

Living Generously during Tough Times

When money gets tight, I find the first thing to go in someone’s budget is often their giving. I believe this is a mistake.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • April 16, 2009 |
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Spending Tomorrow: Sticking Posterity with the Bill

Yesterday, millions of Americans mailed in their tax returns to the federal government. And millions more stood in tea party protests across the country.

Finance Q&A: Surviving Long-Term Unemployment

You've been unemployed for months. You've downsized and eliminated debt, but your savings are about to run out. Now what?

Christians Can Help in Tough Times

What can churches and friends do for folks who suddenly find themselves without enough income to pay current bills, let alone maintain their current living standard?

Why Home Ownership May be Unwise

For decades, the common wisdom has been that home ownership is the ideal. But just as the extremes of virtue become vice, too much of a good thing can become a bad thing. Let's revisit home ownership in today's economic climate...

Out of the Dark Tunnel and into the Sunshine

Today, I am renewing my commitment to focus on only those things that are true, honorable, fair, just, pure, acceptable and lovely...

The Christian Taxpayer

Albert Einstein once said, "The hardest thing to understand in the world is the income tax." While it may be hard to understand, the same moral and ethical guidelines that we follow in life apply to paying our taxes.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • March 27, 2009 |
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We Have New Credit Card Rules

In late 2008, the Federal Reserve Board, which oversees and regulates the credit card industry, cracked down on unfair and deceptive practices by credit card companies, including the fees and interest rate increases blamed for pushing Americans deeper into debt...

Finance Q&A: How Should Families Prepare for Potential Job Loss?

A readers asks, "My husband thinks that his job may be in jeopardy. What can we do now to make it easier to cope with a possible layoff?"

The Sandwich Generation: Caring for Kids and Aging Parents

Are you busy supporting your kids and your aging parents instead of saving for your retirement?

Wealth: America’s White Elephant

A white elephant gift first appears to be good, but ultimately the maintenance cost far exceeds the value...

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • March 13, 2009 |
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Lent, Fasting and the Dow Industrials

I have been thinking: maybe fasting is the best way to think about the economic crisis—treat it as an extended Lent.

Accepting Economic Change

I have spoken to several people who were crushed when they lost their homes due to interest rate adjustments on their mortgages, unemployment, uninsured medical problems, or other misfortunes. Yet, others have taken their losses in stride...

  • Deborah Smith Pegues |
  • March 02, 2009 |
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Finance Q&A: Should I Trust My Teen with An Allowance?

Many consumers today are stressing with money issues because they didn’t learn to budget as children and teens. Learning to be financially savvy before leaving home is a huge advantage...

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • February 27, 2009 |
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Demonizing the Rich

Four Important Facts You Probably Don't Know About The Stimulus Package

It is hard to imagine but this one massive spending bill, coming in at $787 billion, is more than twice the total amount the United States spent to defeat the Axis powers.

Ideas on Rebuilding Your Nest Egg

If your retirement has been hammered by recent market downturns, there are some steps you can take...

Who You Gonna Believe?

I've put together a sampling of Scriptures that are important for us if we're to survive economic hard times. After all, "Who you gonna believe," bankrupted businesses and folded financial institutions -- or God?

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