As 2013 arrives, I thought I’d take a look back and share the top 20 posts on Bible Money Matters in 2012.
Archives for 2012
As 2012 comes to a close and we all gear up for the new year, all we’ve been hearing about on the news is talk of the fiscal cliff. Who will be affected by the fiscal cliff?
Google Wallet allows users to store financial information on their mobile phones in order to make secure payments by simply tapping a button on their phones at a process-ensured checkout counter. This innovation, devised by the best search engine on the web, is marketed to consumers in that the service allows people to more quickly […]
If you would like to help the victims of the Sandy Hook shootings, there are many ways you can show support, even if money is tight.
If you’re not careful your hobbies can quickly go from being a nice diversion, to a sinkhole for your paychecks. Here’s how to keep the hobby spending in check.
Christmas can easily become a holiday about consumerism, about giving and receiving nice things. Far too often the true meaning of the holiday gets lost.
Credit Sesame announced that they are now offering a free credit monitoring service in addition to their free credit score and saving advice found on their free to use site.
The 2013 contribution limits for Health Savings Accounts went up over the previous year. The minimum deductibles and maximum out of pocket costs associated with a High Deductible Health Plan also went up.
Co-signing a loan can be a dangerous practice. If the other person stops paying, you are on the hook for the payment. But what if you co-sign for your child, and they die?
The holiday season is upon us!, and to celebrate Bible Money Matters and several other sites are giving away $600 in prizes!
Instead of engaging in the endless pursuit of wealth, in order to live a full life promised to us – we should be focusing on living a generous lifestyle.
The process of finding a new place to call home, and selling your existing house at the same time can be extremely time consuming and emotionally draining, but potentially rewarding.
With the holiday season in full swing, it’s easy to get caught up in all the consumerism. The true spirit of the season is in giving. Here are 5 ways you can give back this year.
Motif Investing is a great new low cost way for people to invest in groups of stocks, and there is now an account bonus for new users.