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Christian Budgeting, Finances, Savings

The 411 on Expiration Dates on Food Products

Few things in the grocery store are more confusing than expiration dates on food products...

Protect Yourself from the Bank Bounce Fee Bite

Banks have taken big financial hits over the past year, due in part to the sub-prime mortgage meltdown. One of the ways banks are making up for their losses is by charging fees...

Overwhelmed with Tracking Your Budget?

I once worked for a man who had a major problem controlling his spending. Here's what finally helped him...

Do We Live In the United States of Victimhood?

On the surface, it's comforting to blame others for our own faults, failures, and flaws. But if we take this approach, we will become a nation of losers and wimps.

Stop the Flow of Money to Your Adult Kids

We must stop being the First Bank of Mom and Dad for our adult children...

Financial Ease in Uneasy Times

Anyone can learn to control their spending, even in the face of a sudden job-loss or financial challenge.

Reduce Spending with Homemade Cleaners

Here are some tips for using and making your own household cleaners...

Save Money on Your Insurance Coverage

Let’s talk about some practical things we can do that might save big dollars on insurance costs.

Capitalism's Biblical Principles

Is capitalism Christian? No, but its emphasis of the dignity of the individual makes it more Christian than socialism. Which is something more Americans need to realize.

Simplicity Can Add Hours to Your Day

When our lives get chaotic, we pay dearly in stress and money...

Living Generously during Tough Times

When money gets tight, I find the first thing to go in someone’s budget is often their giving. I believe this is a mistake.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • July 16, 2009 |
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Finance Q&A: Surviving Long-Term Unemployment

You've been unemployed for months. You've downsized and eliminated debt, but your savings are about to run out. Now what?

Christians Can Help in Tough Times

What can churches and friends do for folks who suddenly find themselves without enough income to pay current bills, let alone maintain their current living standard?

Why Home Ownership May be Unwise

For decades, the common wisdom has been that home ownership is the ideal. But just as the extremes of virtue become vice, too much of a good thing can become a bad thing. Let's revisit home ownership in today's economic climate...

Finance Q&A: Should I Trust My Teen with An Allowance?

Many consumers today are stressing with money issues because they didn’t learn to budget as children and teens. Learning to be financially savvy before leaving home is a huge advantage...

10 Easy Ways to Get Organized

Develop these ten habits for a more organized, frugal life.

Downsize Your Lifestyle to Upgrade Your Life

Could it be that living with less money could lead to more satisfaction? Downsizing our lifestyle has led to a richer life for our family...

Gracious Cheapskates Know Their Etiquette

You have to get pretty clever to stretch a buck, but just how far can you go in matters of etiquette before you cross the line?

Starting from Scratch When You're Single Again

When Janet's husband, D'Arcy, passed away, she discovered that the Holy Spirit is not only our comforter but also supplies the strength and wisdom needed to embrace the financial responsibilities of single life...

  • Sharon M. Knudson & Mary Fran Heitzman |
  • March 06, 2009 |
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Super Foods, Super Cheap

When you shop smart, healthy foods are no more costly than anything else in your grocery cart these days. In fact, in many cases they're cheaper...

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