Bible Money Matters has been live on the internet since January of 2008. This past week we launched the site’s first redesign in almost 5 years.
Archives for March 2014
Prepaid and no contract cell phone plans are almost always cheaper, as long as phone upgrades are kept to a minimum.
Spending too much money lately, despite it not being the holidays? You may have a shopping addiction. Here are some ways to curb the spending.
Oftentimes, saving money can seem like such a chore, but it is necessary in order for one to truly gain control of their finances. Here’s how to automate your savings.
Yo-Yo debtors have a tendency to pile up debt, pay it off, and then build up debt again. How will you break the cycle?
Our culture tell us that money and possessions will fulfill us, but it’s a lie. Here’s what we should pursue instead.
One of the best ways to improve your finances is to cut your recurring monthly expenses. Refinancing is one of the biggest money savers you’ll find.
If you’re able to find ways to make income on the side while working your day job, you can quickly boost your emergency fund and retirement savings.
Is there a time when it’s irresponsible to have more kids, or should finances not largely factor into the decision? What are your thoughts?
Personal Capital gives you one convenient and secure software where you can manage your entire financial life, including your investments. Here’s a review.
When it comes to investing for retirement, many of us aren’t saving enough. Not only that, but you might not be earning the return you could be.
Prosper is one of the biggest peer to peer lending sites today. Are they worth checking out to diversify your investments? Here’s a review.
Rather than clipping coupons, I have a new strategy for saving money on groceries: computing how much each meal costs to feed my family.