Tithing is controversial. There are always going to be people that question whether or not it is biblical, but for me, tithing changed my life. Here’s how.
How To Cut Those Scary Halloween Costs
While Halloween is nowhere near as expensive as Christmas it can still be an expensive holiday. Here’s how to cut those scary Halloween costs.
How To Sell Your Condo Without A Realtor
I was recently fortunate enough to sell my condo home without a realtor and in less than 7 days. Here are some tips to help you do the same.
Introduction To Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Crowdfunding
Individuals can now invest in private commercial real estate transactions due to regulatory changes and the harnessing of technology. Here’s how to start.
Qplum Review: An A.I. Powered Wealth Manager
Qplum, launched in 2016, is an independent investment advisor. Qplum makes investing easy with their P.I.E approach to investing – Plan, Invest, and Engage.
Millionaire In The Next Pew: 5 Money Management Principles In The Bible
Does God want you to be wealthy? I’m not sure, but the Bible contains a wealth of financial guidance which, if applied, can’t help but make you prosperous.
Avoiding The Trap Of Credit Card Introductory Offers
Credit cards introductory offers are often appealing, but just remember they are appealing for a marketing reason. Use them wisely.
A Money Lesson From Christian Theologian John Wesley
John Wesley was a Christian theologian from the 1700’s and is credited as leading the Methodist movement. So what could this guy teach you about money?
Provision: How Much is Enough?
Answering the “How much is enough?” question gives you the freedom to say yes to some things and no to others, while living with Godly contentment.
A Great Guide To A More Joyful, Less Debtful Christmas
If you’re looking to celebrate Christmas with more joy and less debt, “Hundred Dollar Holiday” is a classic book that’s well worth reading or re-reading.
5 Refinance Mistakes That Can Be Easily Avoided
A mortgage refinance can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be if you understand and avoid common pitfalls that homeowners should all be aware of.
Three Times In Life To Reevaluate Your Financial Priorities
There are certain times when it is appropriate to take a second look at a long-standing financial plan. Here are 3 big ones.
Faking A Predictable Paycheck When You Have Fluctuating Income
My wife and I set out to develop a strategy that would allow us to “fake” a steady, predictable paycheck despite a fluctuating freelance income.
Should You Pay For Your Kids To Go To Private School?
There are varying opinions on if parents should pay for college for their children, but what about the pre-college years? Should you pay for private school?