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Increasing the Money You Don't Spend

It’s the money you don’t spend that gives you the freedom to grow your dreams and prepare for the future. Here are ways to earn more and cut back on your current expenses...

When 'Easy Payments' Aren't Easy

Generally, financial problems aren't caused by economic slumps or depressions. Most family financial problems began long before...

7 Things You Need to Know About Health Savings Accounts

If you’ve been fretting about the big bite Uncle Sam is taking out of your household income—especially in light of the rising costs of living in general and healthcare in particular—take a deep, calming breath. Personal finance expert Eric Tyson has three words for you: Health Savings Accounts.

Feeding a Family on $300 a Month

I do something that most people think they can't do today: I feed my family of 5 on $300 a month. Perhaps some of my methods will help you cut down on your food bill...

10 Tips for Teaching Kids about Money

The bright, sugary cereal box is just at eye level. The bold colors jump out. The free DVD inside puts the situation over the top. And then, the most feared words in parental history are spoken, “Mom, can I have this?”

  • Geoff and Kristin Gembala |
  • April 30, 2008 |
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Why Gift Cards Don't Make the Best Gifts

Gift cards are very popular with retailers — but they aren’t with me. Here's why...

Organizing Tips from a Pro

Professional organizer Diane Sharp, member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, sheds some light on why consumers have trouble getting things in order and what we can do to get organized.

Save on Groceries Before You Leave Home

It's no extra work, you don't have to deprive yourself of anything, and you don't have to clip any coupons...

How to Recession-Proof Your Life

Paul's advice, spelled out on the pages of the book of Philippians, can make all the difference in your economic and spiritual outlook...

Debt: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

It's human nature to think that if we don't acknowledge something then we won’t have to deal with it. If you struggle with the temptation to bury your head in the sand, it's time to discover the relief that comes with taking an honest look at your finances.

The Generous Cheapskate: Tips for the Other Gift-Giving Season

Around this time of year they start flooding in - graduation announcements, baby showers, bridal showers, and weddings, not to mention Mother's Day and Father's Day. You could start writing checks, but I have some better ideas...

Author Debunks 'Prosperity Gospel' Myths

John Revell's new book titled Getting the Most from God (but not how you might think!) uses Scripture to debunk the prosperity gospel often preached by popular televangelists...

Understanding Your Credit Reports and Scores

There are many reasons it's vital you understand how credit reporting and scoring works. But Christians should be particularly concerned about their credit standing because it is a reflection of their character...

5 Reasons You Need a Contingency Fund

A Contingency Fund (CF) is an emergency fund that you can get your hands on at a moment’s notice. No matter how much debt you have or how low your income, you need to be building a CF...

I Owe What?

The Sweet Taste of Debt

It was a hot September day in 1991 when my life changed forever. I was a freshman at Palm Beach Atlantic University on my way to an 11 am class. On my way to class, I came across some people representing Citibank credit cards. They were offering a free candy bar if I would fill out an application for a credit card...

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • March 21, 2008 |
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The Sub-Prime Crisis: How Do Christians Behave in Tough Times?

Too many believers equate Christianity with the good life and blessings of consumerism. Clearly, we have forgotten that Christianity has always been countercultural, thriving not in times of great prosperity, but in times of moral or economic bankruptcy...

Facing Financial Infidelity

While not all financial infidelity reaches the tens of thousands, money secrets between partners can grow into barriers of serious proportion...

Tithing is Biblical

The en vogue issue of tithing being a matter of law in a community of grace misses the mark on several points.

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