The concentration and memory required for financial tasks means that many of the elderly find it impossible to keep track of finances.
- October 25, 2013 |
God's Plan for Tithing, Budgeting, Saving and Spending
When you’re exhausted from living paycheck to paycheck, you are ready for a Total Money Makeover.
Regardless of your financial situation, there are certain things you can do and know in order to prepare for the road ahead.
Extensive research has been done to determine which the habits of rich people. Habits chart the direction of our lives.
Did you end up getting paid back when you lent money to a friend? Or are you still waiting for that money to find its way back?
Imagine how much cash you’d have right now if you could get a do-over on all the thoughtless purchases you’ve made in your lifetime.
Are you constantly overspending on shopping trips? Financial guru Mary Hunt offers 5 sage pieces of advice to stay on budget.
Are you comfortably miserable right now? Is your job secure, but leaving you wishing for something more?
Are you actively trying to find a way to climb out, or are you waiting for someone to rescue you from your financial hole?
If you plan to (or will need to) continue working for pay after your retirement, starting your own business may be the way to go.
Students can now raise funds for college in the way many business start-ups do.
When is a good time to start teaching kids about spending and saving? I think it’s important for them to have good money habits...
There is a myth that love alone is enough. But with money problems as the leading cause of divorce, maybe that's not quite truth.
As we lend or borrow money, let’s be careful not to do either based upon the commonly accepted practices of today.
Building a strong financial foundation is a step-by-step process, and, unfortunately, often life gets in the way.
Allison Vesterfelt shares how she learned to pack light and let go of things that kept her from embracing the journey God had for her.
What should we do if we need to go to school for what we want to do, and we don’t have the money?
Do you find it hard to give financially to the church - especially after looking at the daunting pile of bills and other financial needs?