You likely invest a great amount of effort into your children’s spiritual and academic education. But how much have you taught your kids about managing money?
- July 13, 2012 |
With careful planning, creativity, and research, children from a single parent family can obtain an excellent education.
Here’s an interesting question about a job offer from a 48Days Podcast listener...
Buying a car is often stressful. In the end, though, I drove away happy—and you can, too. Here are a few things I learned.
I suspect the reason we tend to worry is that we're just not sure God is going to be there to catch us.
“If your happiness comes from something you deposit, drive, drink or digest, then face it–you are in prison, the prison of want.”
Paul gives a three-step to-do list for wealthy Christians.
Trends come and go. Fortunately, saving money is never out-of-style. Here are ideas that will help you dress for success while staying within a responsible budget.
For those not familiar with index funds, here's a brief discussion of their strengths and weaknesses.
No matter how much debt you have, it’s possible to get out of debt and to stay out.
Here's some research that should get your attention. Assume two $1,000 portfolios — which we'll call the Green and the Red — were started in January 1927. Although the market is open, on average, about 21 days each month, the Green portfolio was invested in stocks only during a certain "favorable period" of seven days that recurs each month...
In April 2010, we gave up TV when we bought a new house. Our thinking was, "New house, new beginnings, let's try life without cable."
Debt is not a disease; it’s a symptom. Tracing it to its root cause is essential for anyone wanting to be done with debt once and for all.
Christians should be fashionable -- as long as they go about it in a balanced way. Here are 9 practical ideas for frugal fashion.
The Bible is very specific about who should and who should not receive charity.
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.
If you depend on commission sales or other forms of self-employment for your livelihood, you may know what it’s like to live on a roller-coaster income...
There are few certainties in life and one of them is that we will have economic uncertainty. So the question is, how do we respond in difficult economic times?
Dear Deborah: With all the hype about identity theft, is it worth it to pay for these programs offered on TV or through credit cards?