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Preventative Care Begins with You

I know when I see a bill from my doctor, I'm sure glad I have health insurance. But insurance isn't enough. I firmly believe that if health care costs are ever going to stabilize, it's up to me to do my part to stay healthy...

How Should We Manage Our Debts?

In the business world in general and on Wall Street in particular, debt is part of managing money. What is the Christian’s attitude toward debt? And should we be generous in helping people mired in debt?

Congress Can't Repeal the Law of Supply and Demand

Headlines scream with news, but what’s really going on with the credit meltdown? What, if anything, should the government be doing about it? And what about the rest of us? What should we be doing?

  • Stephen Bloom, Esq. |
  • October 02, 2008 |
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Thoughts on the Biggest Bailout Yet

What, exactly, should Uncle Sam do? As an economist, I am asked that question frequently these days. I’m not sure that King Solomon, with all his legendary wisdom, could solve this problem.

  • Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson |
  • October 01, 2008 |
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10 Things You Can Do Now to Get Ready for Christmas

If have ever been plagued by consumer debt, I can nearly guarantee that revolving expenses related to Christmas have contributed greatly to that miserable situation...

Keeping Our Perspective in a Tough Economy

I believe there are some practical things you and I can do to insulate us from some of the financial pain of this current financial crisis. When a storm is brewing, it's time to get back to the basics...

Consumption and Crisis

If you are like me, you are shocked by the cost of the proposed bailout of the financial sector—at least $700 billion. You probably wonder why we should pay so dearly for other people’s mistakes...

Worrying about Finances

In the early 1980s my husband, Larry, found himself without a job. Not only did we learn a lot of new "survival" skills, we learned how awesome our Heavenly Father was and is at providing for our needs...

  • Judy Woodward Bates |
  • September 22, 2008 |
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Faith, Not Fear: God and Wall Street

Most of us have been badly shaken by the tumultuous events of the last 48 hours in Wall Street...

Even Wall Street Knew Better

It was just a week ago that the government announced that it was taking over the two government-sponsored mortgage agencies, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Wall Street responded with a rally that lasted all of one day...

  • Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson |
  • September 17, 2008 |
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A Different Perspective On College Kids and Credit Cards

I am not totally opposed to college kids having credit cards. Following is a five step to-do list parents might find helpful in making that decision...

Building Kids' Character in a Culture of Plenty

I grew up poor, and I know firsthand the powerful lessons poverty can teach. I’m grateful my husband and I are able to give our children more, but I’m also painfully aware how those advantages crowd out character building. Here are practical ways parents can teach children virtues like compassion for others, giving to those in need, and gratitude for blessings...

  • Barbara Curtis |
  • September 12, 2008 |
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5 Reasons a Recession Can Be a Good Thing

Recessions aren't all bad news...

  • Steve Scalici, CFP |
  • September 05, 2008 |
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Grow Your Own Food One Square Foot at a Time

The high cost of food—specifically produce—tells me we need to become more self-sufficient. Here's a method of vegetable gardening that can be mastered even by those of us with limited space or limited gardening skills...

The New Rules of Real Estate

As an attorney, I’ve handled thousands of real estate transactions over my 20-year career. And from my observations, our current housing market trouble is only a symptom of the chronic underlying condition...

  • Stephen Bloom Esq. |
  • August 29, 2008 |
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Retirement and Health Insurance: What's a Baby Boomer to Do?

As of January 2008 the first baby boom chicks turned 62. If you leave the workforce (and your group health insurance) how will you protect against the illnesses that parallel old age?

The Worth of a Stay-at-Home Spouse

I used to recommend that couples carry a minimal amount of insurance on the non-working spouse. Then I met John, a 39-year-old widower...

  • Steve Scalici, CFP |
  • August 22, 2008 |
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Don't Let a Vacation Bust Your Budget

Gas prices make it more important than in previous years to stay within budget limits and look for ways to cut expenditures. There are cost-saving alternatives available for your family if you are willing to consider them...

Tipsy on Wall Street: A President's Candid Comment

Presidents can say the strangest things in front of an open microphone, especially if he thinks the mic is not on. Well, just last week, President Bush was caught making a candid comment at a private gathering.

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