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Christian Budgeting, Finances, Savings

Straight from the Heart: A Plan to Organize Your Giving

Do you find it hard to give financially to the church - especially after looking at the daunting pile of bills and other financial needs?

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?

'The Secret Santa' Understood the Real Secret

What can you give this Christmas? Before you answer, you might want to read about the real-life Secret Santa...

The Gentle Art of Gift-Giving

The simple act of gift-giving not only at Christmas but throughout the year, has become extremely complicated. How can you give gifts that your recipients will truly appreciate?

Homemade Gift Ideas Under $10

Want to be a better steward of your time, talent, and treasure? Here are numerous gift ideas that not only cost very little, but have that personal touch that makes gifts extra special to those on the receiving end.

Who Needs Long-Term Care Insurance?

The annual cost of a private room in a nursing home averaged more than $74,000 in 2005. Long-term care insurance enables seniors to protect their financial assets.

Buy a Better Life

Online Savings: Earn More Interest

If you stash your savings in the marble-pillared monstrosity called Your Local Bank, odds are that your cash is languishing. So what’s a conscientious saver to do?

Whatever God Requires, He Provides

8 Financial Tips for Newlyweds

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.

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.

Get The Most Money Selling Your House

The Worth of a Stay-at-Home Spouse

I used to recommend that couples carry a minimal amount of insurance on the non-working spouse. Then I met John, a 39-year-old widower...

  • Steve Scalici, CFP |
  • September 05, 2007 |
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Generous Stewardship: Recapturing the Vision of the Early Church

The uncommon generosity of the early church was visible proof of the power of the resurrected Christ in their midst. What would indicate the grace of God in our midst today more clearly than unity, mutual concern expressed through generous stewardship and powerful evangelism?

Take the Plane, Avoid the Strain: Tips for Worry-Free Traveling

It will not come as news to anyone that flying ain’t what it used to be! If you plan to fly this summer, let me share a few tips that help make flying easier.

Your Mid-Year Financial Checkup

Spending Strategies to Help You Live Within Your Budget

"Cheapskates " see the wisdom of saving every possible dollar in order to use it for more productive ways...

Why Does My Spouse Spend So Much?

"Anna," says Graham, "we're never going to make it if you keep spending so much money." Stress squeezed Anna's stomach...

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