If you’re looking for irony, you don’t have to stay up for any of the late shows. You just have to read the latest headlines.
- August 23, 2013 |
How early is too early to start teaching our young ones a good work ethic? I’d argue that the sooner we start, the better.
- August 23, 2013 |
Before we reach the age when we will personally require care, many of us must first learn to care for our elderly family members.
Trying to curb your spending and stay out of debt? There are still plenty of ways to relax, have fun, and learn new things!
"I sure wish I had a savings account, but it seems I can never get ahead. I’m barely keeping up with the bills, and I’m feeling stuck."
The Legacy Journey (follow-up class to Financial Peace University), is about helping you think long-term and make a difference.
Obviously, it’s best to start saving for your child’s college expenses as early as possible. But either way, you can take measures.
Financial planning for the suddenly single may seem too intimidating a process during such a stressful time, but it’s a prudent.
3 out of 10 parents are reporting that their grown children ages 25-34 are coming home. They are called the “boomerang generation.”
Tithing can be murky waters for believers, especially when we're buried in debt. Is there just one biblical answer to the question?
If you want to be wealthier, check your heart first
If you left college with a diploma and a pile of student loan debt, take heart. You can escape the prison of debt once you learn what you need to know about your student loan.
“God doesn’t need my money, but I need to give it.” This is possibly the wisest piece of financial counsel I’ve ever heard.
When we think about infidelity, our minds rush to a sexual affair. But there are many forms of unfaithfulness, including monetary.
The markets have been volatile lately, which can make investors fearful. But a levelheaded look should help lay those fears aside.
Do you know how to be mortgage smart? When it comes to buying a home and getting the right mortgage, you have to be wise.
Only about 5 percent of adult church members tithe, according to a study by The Barna Group.
What can retirement savers do to put the odds of success in their favor?
One of the many casualties of "The Great Recession" you may have faced is a bruised credit score.