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Christian Budgeting, Finances, Savings

Confronting Entitlement

We all go through hard times and need help in those moments. But there is a difference between going through a short term crisis in which we need help and just expecting others to pay our way through life so we can hang out with our friends.

Never Rush a Purchase

Have you ever made a quick decision that you later regretted? Almost all of us have done this to one degree or another.

Finance Q&A: Are Private Colleges Worth the Cost?

Our daughter's two college choices are private schools. We're thinking about telling her that she'll need to attend a public university, since it will be more affordable for us. Is this a good idea?

Finance Q&A: Should I Buy a House?

I am a single parent with two teenagers. What kind of advice would you give for buying a home?

Don’t Get Grabbed by Greed!

Cheap is Chic Again

There was a time when I lived and breathed to make sure no one ever thought I was cheap. After facing thousands of dollars of debt, I boldly adopted the lifestyle of a cheapskate.

Phone Apps are Making it Easy to Track Finances on the Go

Droids, iPhones, Blackberries — these are not your father's cell phones. Here is an overview of some of the "apps" leading the personal-finance revolution.

Find the Best Interest Rates on Savings Accounts

Somewhere between dismal and no-way-no-how are a few precious organizations that are offering higher rates without a lot of restrictions, conditions or fees.

Finance Q&A: When Should I Start Collecting Social Security?

Are there benefits to receiving your Social Security checks early, or should those closing in on retirement wait? Expert Deborah Nayrocker answers.

Planning for Fewer Financial Fights with Your Spouse

Money is a well-known source of conflict among married couples but new research shows that the use of a simple-though-unpopular financial tool may help dial down their financial fights.

Popular Money Advice You Shouldn't Take

Some financial advice sounds good on paper but can end up costing you more when put into practice.

Make Your Life Rich without Money

It turns out that the old adage is true - the best things in life are free. Here's how you can make your life rich without money.

How to Take Advantage of an IRS Loophole

It's not often that the IRS offers tax-paying U.S. citizens a gift, but that's what we get when the IRS allows us to defer taxes on the money we contribute to qualified retirement accounts...

Are You Enduring a Financial Winter?

The four-and-a-half years I spent paying off my credit card debt often felt like one long winter...

Curb Your Spending Compulsion

When it comes to compulsive tendencies, there's no question I received more than the standard allotment...

Online Shopping Satisfaction, Every Time

Make the Most of Your Money in Tough Times

Although you can't control the economy, you can control how you manage your money during this recession. Here's how you can make the most of your money in tough times...

Managing the Cost of Christmas Present

To help you more fully appreciate the cost of all your gift-giving, let me pose this question: How many days will you have to work in order to pay for your Christmas generosity?

10 Healthy Foods for Under $1

When it comes to food, there is a commonly held belief that if it's cheap, it can't possibly be healthy. But there are untold healthy options that are affordable on any budget...

Marital Money Troubles? Find Peace with These Tips

A budget is an expression of your personality and motivational style. Consider these four money motivation styles and how they affect your marriage.

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • November 06, 2009 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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