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4 Ways to Get More Books for Your Bucks (And Vice Versa)

This year, I've resolved to get rid of something I own before buying something new. As an avid reader, I am pleased to find the Internet is the perfect place not only to unload my old books, but also find those on my “to-read” list for cheap...

  • Kristen Bergman |
  • February 18, 2008 |
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Passing on the Plate: Why Your Congregation May not be Tithing

It's a growing trend among laity that churches need to be aware of: while Joe Believer understands that giving is a biblical mandate, he questions whether a 10 percent 'tithe' is really a New Testament idea.

Fast for a Financial Breakthrough

10 Common Tax Mistakes

Most taxpayers submit tax returns or extension requests by April 15, but not all taxpayers submit error-free returns...

Is the Price of Being Sick Making You Sick?

ABC News reported that, in 2007, the average family of four with PPO insurance coverage still spent around $5,100 per year in co-pays, premiums, and deductibles. What can you do to minimize your health care expenses?

The Link Between Freedom and Economic Prosperity

A recent country-by-country survey of how free people are worldwide to direct their own economic fortunes repeatedly demonstrates the vital link between freedom and prosperity.

To Give, Or Not to Give

Republican Senator Charles Grassley's current inquiry into the spending habits of six prominent televangelists, coupled with recent revelations about financial misdeeds at Oral Roberts University, is causing legitimate concern at every level of faith ministry...

Avoid Regret by Reading the Fine Print

Credit card terms are getting tougher and tougher. Many card companies now have added language to their contracts that allow them to increase your interest rate drastically even if you pay another bill (to a different company) late...

Simple Steps Out of Debt

It’s a new year, a clean slate. You’ve never been this motivated to get out of debt. But before you launch a zealous plan, consider some of the most effective ways to get out of debt.

Selling Morality Short: Goldman Sachs and the Sub-Prime Debacle

The list of losers in the sub-prime loan crisis is long, but there are also winners. And one of them made a killing in a manner that reminds us that in business, as in the rest of life, there is no substitute for morality.

Five Key Financial Resolutions for 2008

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • December 26, 2007 |
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Ways Families Can Create Instead of Consume

'Tis the season of consumption! But Christmas is also the perfect time to put the reins on over-rampant consumerism and buck the trend: Do it by creating something.

Christmas Wasn't Always About the Presents

It wasn't until the prosperity of the 1950s that expensive gifts, giving more than one gift per person, giving gifts to adults as well as to children, and a month-long shopping season became prevalent.

Who Are You Serving?

One of the main blessings God gives us is the joy that we ourselves receive when God uses us to be his tool for ministering to someone in need. So, let’s take a closer look at Scripture to find God's instructions for the early church on generous giving...

Nine Things You Can Do To Beat Tough Times

The California wildfires serve as a grim reminder of how quickly one’s personal economy can change. If the rain of an economic downturn were to fall on you tomorrow, would you know how to find shelter from the storm?

What Do I Really Need This Christmas?

Last year I wrote about what I wanted for Christmas. Then I listed everything I really, really needed...

Why Credit Cards are So Dangerous

There was a time when people got credit cards and put them away. But who would have ever thought of buying the car with a credit card?

Money Matters in Marriage — Sometimes Too Much

  • Deborah Raney and Tobi Layton |
  • November 30, 2007 |
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The Secret Santa Understood the Real Secret

An anonymous writer noted that a lot of people are willing to give God the credit, but not too many are willing to give Him the cash. Twenty-seven years ago, a man in Kansas City made a choice to give away the cash. It was a choice that changed his life and the lives of thousands more.

Take a Closer Look at Giving this Thanksgiving

It would seem that the more we give to others, the poorer we become, but just the opposite is true.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP (r) |
  • November 21, 2007 |
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