Darren Rowse over at ProBlogger.net recently hosted an article that gave a list of 30 Bloggers To Watch. After the post went live Darren gave a challenge to others in the blogosphere to make their own lists of bloggers to watch in their own niches. I decided to join in the fun! My list contains […]
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This article is by Fred at One Project Closer. Fred’s blog is home improvement focused, but he also enjoys personal finance from a Christian perspective. I grew up with the benefit of Christian parents who made giving to God’s work a top priority. My mom regularly reminded my siblings and I that all the money […]
A plan to give unemployed workers some help in paying their COBRA health care benefits was extended through February of 2010. Here are the full details.
Why do Christians give? It is a simple question, yet the answer provided to many Christians is often vague at best. Many Christians hear a variety of reasons for giving such as: “God has been generous to you so you should be generous in return,” “It belongs to God and you are just redistributing it,” […]
Guess what? The tax season is right around the corner. For many people, thinking about taxes can cause some anxiety. Will I or will I not have a refund? What’s a W-2 and when do I get it? What do I do with all those papers I receive in the mail? Tax season really doesn’t […]
It’s time to start the new year off with a bang! Bible Money Matters has partnered with Money Crashers and a host of other sites to bring together a contest that will give away over $5,600 in cash and prizes to some extremely lucky winners! We’ve partnered with various finance companies and bloggers to put […]
One of the keys to making money with a blog is creating great content. Once you do, you’ll need to optimize SEO, promote your posts via social media, commenting, guest posting and other outlets to generate traffic.
The IRS defines a self employed person as one who: Carries on a trade or business as a sole proprietor Is an independent contractor Is a member of a partnership, or Is in business for yourself in any other way General Tax Considerations For The Self Employed If you earned $400 as a self employed […]
This past week I’ve been getting all of my tax information together to make my final estimated tax payment for the one that’s due on January 15th. One thing I’ve realized during that time is that sometimes the tax information isn’t all that easy to find when you’re searching the IRS site. For example, if […]
I’ve had a lot of people ask me how I make money blogging. Here is my take on what I think are the best practices and tips for making money blogging.