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Christian Financial Planning, Budgeting & Investing

6 Ways to Keep the House Cool this Summer Without Blowing the Budget

Even if winter is still hanging on, without a doubt things are going to heat up soon. But oh, the electric bill!

4 Money Management Tips for Remarriage

Many couples mistakenly think that their brief money talks while getting to know each other will prepare them for marriage.

Giving More Without Spending More

What simple changes could you make in your own life to have more money available to give to the Lord and His purposes?

7 Ways to Save for a Summer Vacation

With some research and creative budgeting, you may be able to swing that dream vacation without breaking the bank.

How to Protect Your Credit After a Spouse's Death

One very important issue commonly overlooked by couples until it's too late, is that of outstanding debt and what becomes of it.

7 Ways to Begin Protecting Your Identity

"Discretion will protect you, and understanding will guard you” (Prov. 2:11). What about protection from identity theft?

5 Factors for Deciding Whether to Retire Early

If you are feeling the consequences of stress-related work, you might consider opting for early benefits.

Death in a Stepfamily: The Importance of Making a Will

Although I asked my father many times to please obtain a will he never did. This made our season of grief even more complicated.

  • Laura Petherbridge |
  • March 24, 2014 |
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5 Reasons to Not Bother Retiring

Roy is closing in on retirement age, but that doesn't mean he has plans to slow down. "I do intend to work. Just on my terms."

  • Maryalene LaPonsie |
  • March 21, 2014 |
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When Having More Time Means Earning Less Money

What does freedom mean to you? Making the most money you can, or spending time with your loved ones?

When CD Rates Seem Too Good To Be True

How can these companies offer such high rates? What's the catch?

3 Strategies for Retirees to Maximize Cashflow

At this stage in your life, you may not be able to have a lot of say about your income. But you can take charge of your expenses.

Piggy Bank Principles: Spending and Saving for Young People

“I have a lot of money!” My 5-year-old brother exclaimed, as he excitedly dumped out his piggy bank earlier today.

How to Plan for Later-Life Financial Decisions

Perhaps you've considered the standard set of documents you'll need for later-life care. Perhaps not. The time is now.

Simple Ways to Curb Impulsive Buying

I can’t help but think about what an impulsive shopper I am. It’s that momentary thrill of the impulse purchase, the destroyer of budgets.

8 Tips to Get Spending Under Control

How do you know if you are spending too much money? You run out of money before you run out of month.

4 Questions to Ask When Faced with a Job Loss

How can you reduce your expenses? Can you move to another area that is more affordable? Read more inside.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • February 03, 2014 |
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Could You Pass A Personal Financial Stress Test?

A financial emergency can hit at any time, and you need to be ready.

What's Your Plan?

50% of Baby Boomers have no intention of leaving a legacy for the next generation. But is this the spirit of Abraham?

Coping With Financial Anxiety

As you work at handing your worries over to your Heavenly Father, here are a few tips for reducing your financial anxiety.

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