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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.

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.

What Steps Should I Take to Save for Retirement?

Dear Deborah: I know I need to start saving for my retirement. But I also have high credit card balances, car loans and a mortgage.

Housing Costs: Getting Your Numbers Right

Housing is most people’s biggest expense. That’s why it’s essential to get our housing costs right.

Avoid Borrowing for Depreciating Assets

For much of human history the very idea of buying something on credit that wasn’t essential and that would lose value over time was recognized as a loser’s game.

It's Never Too Late to Make a Financial Resolution

Although we are well into February, it's not too late to make resolutions in those areas where you want to see improvement.

From Shame to Hope, and Buying a Van with Cash

In 2004, my assistant walked into my office in tears. Drowning in debt, she was struggling hard to keep her head "above water." She was upside down on a car, owed thousands in student loans, and had credit cards piled up as well.

How to Recession-Proof Your Career

There’s no such thing as guaranteed employment anymore. But there is such a thing as guaranteed employability.

Savings: Where Do I Start?

Begin by asking yourself why you want to save. How important is it to you?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • February 04, 2012 |
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How to Mess Up Your Marriage

Want to mess up your marriage? Live separate financial lives.

Should You Seek Help From a Credit Counseling Agency?

If you’ve tried to deal with your debts on your own and are still struggling, you might be a good candidate for credit counseling.

Find Financial Freedom through Giving

It was the day that will forever divide my life into “before” and “after.” Things were really bad...

Money: Seeing the Eternal Through the Temporal

I would submit that some of the financial difficulties our nation is experiencing may not necessarily be a bad thing.

Thinking Wrongly About Money

I've found that there are many ways that we think about money that owe more to the world than to the Bible. Let me share 4 of them.

5 Ways to Weather Economic Downturns

When economic challenges come, there’s a tendency to either panic or do nothing. There's a better alternative...

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • December 16, 2011 |
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Money: The State of Affairs in Today’s World

Much of Christian borrowing happens because of three (bad) things...

How to Get Past Financial Worry

Today we’re living in especially worrisome times. Let’s take a look at what the Bible says about worry.

The Money Lies We Believe

We have fallen for the lie from the pit that says: stuff, sex, money = happiness.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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