In the aftermath of Starbucks’ shareholder meeting, biblically responsible investing gets another look.
- June 07, 2013 |
What can I do to prepare for the financial impact of electrical power outages? How can I afford proper insurance?
Americans are known for our materialistic ways. Our wastefulness. Our self-indulgence. Do you contribute to the mess?
"A budget tells us what we can't afford, but it doesn't keep us from buying it." - William Feather
Unfortunately, for so many Americans, hope is the only thing they’ve got to hold on to as they face their retirement years.
With mint.com, you may wonder: what's the best way to account for my paycheck? and how do I handle cash transactions?
Debt has become such a normal part of life that many people never question it. However, I think that's ridiculous.
If you own a business of any kind, no matter what service you provide or product you sell, it’s YOUR JOB to know about the money!
When terms like "credit score" and "credit reporting agency" are thrown around, do you know what they mean? Verify here!
The word “budget” used to bring looks of dread to most people’s faces. What seemed to turn the tide was when budgets went online.
Sometimes on the news we hear or read that our economy is getting stronger, but we’re not seeing it..
Imagine how different our nation would look today if all of us lived out the principle of delayed gratification.
It's easy to think poverty is just a fact of life - or even God's will. Do we have any choice in the matter?
“If you are traveling with a child or someone who requires assistance, secure your mask first, and then assist the other person.”
True to conventional wisdom, I believe home ownership still makes sense—even economically— ...for certain people!
Here are few practical steps every couple (married or engaged) can take to protect and strengthen their relationship, while implementing sound financial habits.
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?