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29 Tips on Getting Out of Debt

Christianpf.com readers chime in on tips for getting out of debt!

The Bible and Debt

Once you have a solid understanding of what God has to say about the issue, then you can boldly pray about your debt in faith.

Training Debt Free Children

“The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty” (Proverbs 21:5 NIV).

  • Jennifer Slattery |
  • August 13, 2012 |
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Debit Overdraft Fees Clobbering Unsuspecting Consumers Again!

Banks allow debit overdraft fees to go through- even though customers may think they are protected!

How to Build and Maintain a Strong Credit Score

Benjamin Franklin once said, “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.”

Finding Financial Peace: A Testimony

Read an interview with a "student" of Financial Peace University!

Get Out of Debt with Financial Peace University

Financial expert Dave Ramsey is excited to launch the newest version of his life-changing course Financial Peace University.

How to Know if You Need Credit Counseling

If there’s one thing that makes many people go hmmmm, it’s the topic of credit counseling.

Hope for Single Parents and Their Finances

With careful planning, creativity, and research, children from a single parent family can obtain an excellent education.

Digging for Hidden Fees

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

Practical Steps for Getting Out of Debt

No matter how much debt you have, it’s possible to get out of debt and to stay out.

6 Keys to Controlling Your Spending

For several years during the late 1980s, my wife Susie and I applied a rather rigorous approach to control our spending, and it worked pretty well. I didn't keep a diary at the time, but looking back on it now, these are the "keys to success" that come to mind.

Credit Card Culture: Incentivizing Greed

As a nation and as individuals, we’ve gotten to the point where we can hardly conceive of living life without access to an endless line of credit. The Credit CARD Act changes all that.

Must We Pay to Know Our Credit Scores?

Somewhere between having no clue what your credit score is and paying $16 every few weeks to get a copy of it lies a healthy middle ground. Here are some resources that will help you keep tabs on you credit score...

Why Credit Cards are So Dangerous

There was a time when people got credit cards and put them away. But who would have ever thought of buying the car with a credit card?

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) |
  • May 11, 2012 |
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Debt: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

It's human nature to think that if we don't acknowledge something then we won’t have to deal with it. If you struggle with the temptation to bury your head in the sand, it's time to discover the relief that comes with taking an honest look at your finances.

Simple Steps Out of Debt

It’s a new year, a clean slate. You’ve never been this motivated to get out of debt. But before you launch a zealous plan, consider some of the most effective ways to get out of debt.

College Kids and Credit Cards: A Deadly Duo

Less than ten percent of college kids carried credit cards in the 1990's. Approximately 70 percent carry these little gems today.

Breaking the Cycle of Financing Vehicles

A better approach to buying cars is to build long-term relationships with our vehicles and send our vehicles’ loan officers packing.

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