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11 Steps to Successful College Funding

The following are all things Bonnie and I have done in an effort to make college more affordable. You may find that some of them will be a good fit for your family.

Digging for Hidden Fees

We live in a fee-driven economy. Fees are hiding everywhere, and the sophisticated consumer knows how to avoid them...

Decorating on a Shoe-String Budget

When I invest some time into our home, my family benefits. Decorating on one income has often been a challenge, but it's not impossible.

Rethinking College Loans

If you have a college bound student, chances are, you've looked into borrowing money to help pay for his education. As tempting as it may be to go this route, you may want to think again...

Life at $6.50 an Hour

I did not anticipate my fall from the middle class. It hit me like a cheap shot and nearly knocked me down...

How Much House Does a Family Need?

Defeating Debt: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

Are you taking risks to get out of debt? As much as we may want to grab a hold of our finances, we need to include prudence in our strategy...

Not All Insurance Companies are Created Equal

Here are some ways to get helpful insights into an insurance company’s financial strength and ability to pay claims...

Living as God's Steward

  • Ron Blue with Jeremy White |
  • May 07, 2007 |
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What Do You Want, and How Badly?

Legal and Financial Planning Eases Strain of Caring for Parents

Caregivers must pay significant amounts out of their own pockets if they haven't made advance arrangements for other ways to fund their loved ones' care.

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • April 30, 2007 |
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Buying the Best Car Insurance

If I ever should make a major mistake on the road, my insurance may be the only thing standing between us and bankruptcy. Here are some tips on choosing the best car insurance for your vehicle...

A New Twist in Online Lending

Prosper.com is the website that allows borrowers and lenders to get together at a person-to-person level. It’s an interesting idea, and one that may expand.

Homeowner's Insurance: Is Your Coverage Adequate?

We’ve all seen people on television after a fire, earthquake, or other natural disaster has destroyed their homes. The quality of their homeowner's insurance determines the severity of their situation...

The Disposable Worker: Why Capitalism Needs Christianity

Last week, electronics retailer Circuit City announced that it was laying off 3400 employees. What made these particular layoffs noteworthy was not their size but, instead, Circuit City's stated reasons...

Saving or Hoarding?

You must understand that the difference between saving and hoarding is attitude, not amount.

Teaching Kids About Money Teaches Parents, Too

Children inherit physical traits from their parents. But there’s something else they inherit that many parents don’t consider—their financial behaviors.

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