Cable and satellite TV bills continue to rise. It’s time to cut the cord, and find cheaper video content options. Here’s how we do it.
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Filing your taxes doesn’t have to be a pain. There are several places that will allow you to do it for free if you meet certain guidelines.
The 401(k) account contribution limits went up this year. Have you increased your contribution amount to take advantage of the extra amount?
If you’re leaving an old job you might need to think about rolling over a 401(k) plan into a new IRA. Here’s how to go about doing that.
There are hundreds of Bible verses about money. In this post I explore 8 key financial scriptures that I think every Christian should know.
Working out at home can be a cost effective way to cut costs on your gym membership, even if there is a higher initial cost. Here’s a look at what we use to stay fit.
It can be important to examine why you’re switching banks. Here are some great questions to ask yourself before you choose your next account
A lot of people are finding themselves underwater in their homes and are considering a short sale to unload their home. But should they?
With the tight economy, more and more families are finding themselves living in multi-generational households. Here are some pros and cons.
What can we do to protect ourselves from being a victim of online fraud or identity theft?
Most Americans carry their cell phones everywhere, so there is great reason to be excited by technological advances such as a mobile wallet. Simply use your phone to pay everywhere you go and leave the credit cards and cash behind. Benefits Of The Mobile Wallet Even better, the mobile wallet offers many benefits that credit […]
Have you ever felt like your tithe money isn’t being put to good use after it is put in the offering bucket each week? Or maybe you are low on funds and there is a meaningful cause that you want to contribute to but can’t afford both the tithe AND to contribute to the cause. […]
What if you were to think a bit differently about retirement and invest for cash flow versus investing for appreciation. Here’s a look.
If you’ve paid contract or freelance workers more than $600 throughout the tax year, you are required to file a 1099-MISC. Here’s how.