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Making Money From Home

Every morning, I roll out of bed about 6:30, take a shower, eat breakfast, read from the Word, and head to work. In my case, work is about five steps from the kitchen...

Seven Ways to Splurge on Your Spouse When Money is Tight

To splurge on each other does not mean heaping material blessings on your spouse, although you might take that approach once in a great while. Here are seven ways you can splurge on each other when money is tight.

  • Cindi and Hugh McMenamin |
  • February 07, 2011 |
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Keep Money in Your Pocket by Keeping Your Resolutions

How can you keep more money in your pocket this year? You can hold on to thousands of dollars by taking control of your spending.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • February 01, 2011 |
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Is Fear Messing With Your Finances?

Fear isn't always dramatic. It can be more subtle, more nagging, and it can be unhealthy.

5 Spiritually Unhealthy Motives for Saving

I heard a young woman tell a radio interviewer why she saved: she was scared. That conversation caused me to check my own motives for building up savings.

The First Rule of Holes

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • January 11, 2011 |
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How to Raise Wise Money Managers

Every child has their own financial personality. Three of our children are savers. Two are spenders. Of course, they take after both my husband and me, who sit at opposite ends of the spending/saving spectrum ourselves...

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.

Finance Q&A: Should We File for Bankruptcy?

Dear Deborah: My brother and his new wife are struggling to meet their monthly bills. They are wondering if they should file for bankruptcy or look into debt consolidation.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • December 21, 2010 |
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Saying No to Fancy Recipes Saves Money

If you’re tempted to try one of the endless “fancy” recipes that flood the magazine racks this holiday season, don’t.

  • By Jane DeLaney |
  • December 14, 2010 |
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Don’t Let Counterfeit Convictions Ruin Christmas

As we celebrate the ultimate gift of the freedom we have in Christ, it's healthy to explore why we feel like we're in bondage in other areas.

Never Underestimate the Value of an Honest Review

I am a huge fan of the Internet, for thousands of reasons. And right up there at the top: Reviews.

Increasing the Money You Don't Spend

It’s the money you don’t spend that gives you the freedom to grow your dreams and prepare for the future. Here are ways to earn more and cut back on your current expenses...

Finance Q&A: How Will We Afford the Holidays?

When we choose to emphasize the importance of our relationships, traditions, and the true meaning of Christmas over things, the stress tends to diminish.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • November 05, 2010 |
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No Financial Margin

In times of a growing economy and rising income, many people manage to stay one step ahead of the wolves. But when the economy slows, the lifestyle that seemed so wonderful becomes a form of captivity if no financial margin is available to cushion the impact.

Finance Q&A: What Should We Teach Our Kids about Money?

Dear Deborah: When should my husband and I start teaching our children about money?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • October 22, 2010 |
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Chasing Away Debt: Lessons from a Long-Distance Runner

As we trained for the half-marathon, I noticed a lot of similarities between our pursuit of this long-distance running goal and the pursuit of a tough financial goal like getting out of debt.

The "Jobless Recovery" and Missions

News flash: The Great Recession ended more than a year ago. That cheery announcement came Sept. 20 from the National Bureau of Economic Research. You could've fooled me. You could've fooled a lot of folks...

Perfectly Paralyzed by Procrastination

A procrastinator, says Rick Warren, is nothing more than a frustrated perfectionist.

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