Here are few practical steps every couple (married or engaged) can take to protect and strengthen their relationship, while implementing sound financial habits.
- May 03, 2013 |
Do you know what to do with your tax refund? Take this quiz to find out!
that 49 percent of Americans could cover less than one month’s expenses if they lost their income. Here comes Murphy's Law!
It’s not all that difficult to cut back your spending on some items, but where does that really get you? Does it go far enough?
Whether you embrace the chance to claim a few extra dollars, or hide under a rock to avoid the process altogether, it’s inevitable.
6 ways to help your future college student graduate without owing a penny.
Nothing will put you to the test like losing half of your income; you'll be embarrassed to find how wasteful you've been.
But the more I obsess over it, the more I realized that living with less is actually a blessing. Here’s why.
Will you get an income tax refund this year? If you’re happy about that, Time magazine thinks you’re a little kooky.
Dear Deborah, Can you help us decide how to use our tax refund? ~ Dear Deborah, What is the "rule of 72"?
A tax refund isn't a gift from the universe: it’s part of your paycheck that you should have been getting all along.
Decided that you want to be debt free? Now you have to do the work it takes to get yourself to that debt free destination.
Does a lack of funds make it impossible to launch a great idea? Absolutely not!!
What would Good Friday look like if Jesus had decided to take care of Himself – for just this one day? Does generosity matter?
Today's Finances Q&A deals with privacy rights (know yours!) and promotional checks (are they really safe & smart to use?)
Sometimes the worst money mistakes are the easiest mistakes to make. Read inside for 5 tips on staying debt-free.
If you haven't yet begun to find ways to save more money and improve your finances, now is certainly the time to spring into action.
There was a time when mortgage burning parties were common for elated new homeowners. Boy, have things changed.
I need $1 million to create a ministry event in my community. Where can I get the money?