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How to 'Flunk' Retirement

The average life expectancy for Americans is nearly 78 years, the longest in U.S. history. Boomers, who have challenged so many social traditions, seem to have no intention of following the traditional route of slowing down

How Long Will My Retirement Nest Egg Last?

I've heard the same guys on the radio as you who pat us on our hands, and say, “Don’t worry, you can safely withdraw 8 percent of your nest egg each year in retirement.” As much as I hate to be a party pooper -- that’s probably not true.

Is Your Church 'Money Savvy'?

As a pastor or lay leader, your ministry work may keep you so busy that you don’t pay much attention to your church’s finances. But without solid money management, none of that work would be possible.

8 Financial Tips for Newlyweds

Buyers Beware: Check Your Charges

Lots of people who struggle to have enough money don’t realize how big the hole is in the bottom of their buckets. Here are a few points that will save you a lot of money over a lifetime

Being Smart With Your Food Dollars

Food prices have increased so dramatically in recent years, a trip to the supermarket is enough to ruin your appetite. I’ve got some great ideas for driving food costs down.

Sub-Prime Folly: No Substitute for Virtue

The sub-prime mortgage crisis of recent months reveals that living for the moment to get whatever you can always leads to disaster.

Biblical Principles for Giving

  • National Planning Group of Ronald Blue & Co. |
  • September 19, 2007 |
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No More Back-Of-The-Closet Mistakes

What if we could have all the money we've ever spent on clothes we didn't wear? I’m sure I could buy a new car. Here are some tips on cutting the cost of our wardrobes so we can free up our funds for more important purposes...

The Changing Face of Retirement

People are living longer, staying healthy longer, and remaining active longer. What do you need to do to be financially and spiritually prepared for those later years?

  • Steve Scalici, CFP |
  • September 14, 2007 |
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Renting vs. Buying: What Are the Real Cost Differences?

Determining the cost of renting to the cost of buying is a lot more complicated than simply comparing a monthly mortgage payment to the monthly rent payment.

Your Credit Score — And How to Improve It

To some extent, our credit scores are a reflection of our character. As Christians, we should be honorable people — people of good character...

Bard for Life: Deciphering Shakespeare and Financial Forecasts

William Shakespeare taught me how to read financial newspapers. Next time you read a newspaper, I want you to try the Much Ado about Nothing Analytical Tool...

Extreme Christmas: Reclaim Joy, Peace by Thinking Ahead

There couldn't be a better time to think about the holidays then outside the stress of the holiday season. In the tiny tome Hundred Dollar Holiday, author Bill McKibben offers a simple and inviting strategy for handling the most complicated holiday of the year.

After School Jobs -- Be Careful

How to Develop a Saver's Attitude

Cutting expenses is the way to spend less so you have money to save, but unless you are actually putting it aside for some future use, you’re not really saving at all.

How Much House Can You Afford?

Generally, housing is a family's largest budget item, and often causes the largest financial problems. There is a relatively simple way to determine if a house -- whether it's being bought or rented -- is affordable for an individual or family.

As Wealth Increases, Happiness Doesn't

Why doesn't increased prosperity and rising standards of living translate into more happiness?

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