We’ve all heard it many times: It’s not how much you earn but how you SPEND what you earn that counts.
- January 17, 2014 |
When parents make college calculations and discover the actual costs involved, sticker shock is a common occurrence.
Our financial decision-making is so illogical in so many ways and on so many occasions that it has spawned an entire field of study.
There are 3 troubling trends emerging for women, especially in the area of finances, that will cause pain if ignored for too long.
"This year I’ve decided to get serious about getting out of debt. What are some tangible ways I can make real progress?"
Given my positive experience, you might expect my own kids all have stock certificates hanging on their walls, right? Wrong.
You may be wondering...is it really the thought that counts? Could I bought better gifts?
A great FICO score could save you thousands of dollars in payments; a poor score could eliminate you from a loan altogether.
Ironically, the way to financial freedom is in the opposite direction from what we typically think.
The mission statement on the "Tips for Jesus" Instagram account: "Doing the Lord's work, one tip at a time."
We don’t usually think it, but we feel a desire for more than we have.
How much will most of us be spending this Christmas? According to the American Research Group, about $800.
Three reasons why you should, and how you can create one.
You may wish you had more money than you do. If you’re an American, though, you’re living in the richest nation on Earth.
God has given you the gift of purpose, passion and impact, sitting quietly, waiting to be unleashed. Are you leaving it unopened?
"How can I stay in control of Christmas shopping and not be saddled with credit card expenses well into the New Year?"
Those who live in this “land of opportunity” are given every advantage. So as a nation, we should top the charts in happiness, right?
Breaking news: Christmas is right around the corner. Oh no! Is it really on December 25 this year? I’m kidding, of course. Mostly.