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Christian Budgeting, Finances, Savings

Can’t Build Savings? Yes, You Can

I believe there are many people who think they can’t save who actually could save.

  • Matt Bell, Author of "Money & Marriage" |
  • March 21, 2012 |
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Using Your Severance Pay Wisely

Dear Deborah: I’m going to get a considerable amount of money from a severance contract soon. I want to have money set aside should I be out of work for awhile...

Avoiding a Common, Costly Budget Mistake

Failing to plan for the maintenance costs of homes and vehicles is one of the most common mistakes I’ve seen.

Plan Your Holiday Budget Now

Dear Deborah: Do you have any suggestions on how I can affordably give gifts to everyone on my Christmas list?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • October 31, 2011 |
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Creative Stewardship of Family Finances

As a busy wife and homeschooling mom, my motivation has been to be a creative steward of the money my husband works so hard to earn.

Three Ways to Develop a Lifestyle of Generosity

Winston Churchill once said, “You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.”

How a Budget Leads to Financial Freedom

For some people, a cash flow plan gives them more freedom to spend. That was the case with Sheila.

I Want the Red One! Overcoming Envy

We can’t will envy away, guilt it away, or ignore it away. But there is one thing that seems to help...

Save Money on School Supplies

If you find the new school year throws your finances out of balance, try these tips to help bring "back to school" back within your budget.

Picking a Fight With Food Inflation

You’ve no doubt noticed that food prices have been on the rise.

Should Mom Go Back to Work?

Dear Deborah: Do you have any guidelines to help a mother decide if it is beneficial financially to go back to work once her child/children go to preschool or kindergarten?

Cutting the Cost of Digital Services

12 months ago, I did a post regarding my family's progress in cutting the costs of digital services. I thought I'd let you know how things have gone.

Save by Paying Yourself First

Despite your best intentions, it's easy to rationalize putting off starting to save.

Where to Find Free or Nearly-Free Kids’ Movies This Summer

With the school season coming to an end, a parent’s thoughts quickly turn to, “what are we going to do with the kids all summer?”

Cutting the Cost of Utilities

Utility expenditures fall in the middle—not as flexible as grocery spending, but certainly not as inflexible as auto-related costs.

Get Out of the Two Income Trap

Many families want to live on one income but can't seem to get out of the two income trap.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • April 18, 2011 |
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The Case against Frugality

As the recession dragged on, frugality came into vogue, and many commentators believed a new and lasting way of life had begun. That was then...

How Much Should I Spend?

As you get started with a budget, a logical question is, “How much should I spend on food, fun, and all the rest." That’s why I developed detailed recommended spending guidelines for one-, two-, three-, and four-person households...

Start the New Year With a Powerful Personal Finance Tool

With the New Year just around the corner, right now is the ideal time to get in the habit of tracking your spending.

Returning to Basics When Times Are Tough

It's not always easy to see His will when everything goes wrong. Life is like that, I think. The test often comes before, and what you need to know in order to pass that test comes after...

  • Billy Coffey, Author of "Snow Day" |
  • December 01, 2010 |
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