My main areas of spending have to do with food, clothing and shelter. Here is how we save on our clothing spending, and how you can too.
How To Live Below Your Means And Live Well: Tips To Save On Food
I was a single parent for 15 years and learned to feed my child very well on very little. Here are some tips to save on your food expenses.
Peer to Peer Lending: Loving Your Neighbor With Your IRA
After World War II, the United States was in a place of tumult. Despite a courageous victory over the Axis powers overseas, the nation was still suffering from all sorts of problems at home. One of the largest of these dilemmas was the presence of poliomyelitis, commonly known as polio. In the early 1950s, the […]
Get Ready Early: The Top 5 2013 Tax Tips
While the tax filing deadline may seem like it’s still a long way off, it’s a good idea to get started on your taxes now, and avoid problems down the road.
Google Wallet: Serious Savings With Mobile Money
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 […]
The (Rock Star) Benefits Of Buying A Duplex
Making your first home a duplex (or other small multifamily property) can be extremely advantageous for you and your financial future. Here’s why.
Is It Really Possible To Become A Millionaire?
A lot of people want to become millionaires. But is it even possible? It is possible, but you need to have a plan and to be ready to stick to that plan.
Being A Good Steward May Include More Than You Think
Throughout scripture we’re challenged with many things that Gods expects of His children, and one that’s commonly discussed is the call to be good stewards of all of His resources.
Tithing: Just How Are We Supposed To Give Anyway?
God has given us a template by which we can help our broken world, the tithe. While we don’t need to follow strict rules like the Israelites did, looking to that example can help us in our own giving.
When Is The Best Time To Refinance Your Mortgage?
Have you refinanced your mortgage in the past year or so? If not, you may want to get started now, and here’s why…
Frugality Versus The Urge To Splurge
When does frugality go too far? Is it possible to be sensible about your personal finances, while occasionally splurging on your personal pleasures?
Summertime Savings Tips: BBQ On A Budget
Summer is here, and so is BBQ season. Here are some tips to save some money when you’re grilling out this year.
Developing Missionaries Into Deeper Ministry Partners
As the typical Sunday morning service comes, you take a seat in the usual place awaiting the singing and a sermon. As you anticipate the events ahead, your eyes catch the bulletin or PowerPoint announcements. On one corner of the page or on a passing slide, an update from one of the church’s missionaries comes […]
Why You Should Know The Operating Expenses Of Your Employer-Based 401(k) Plan
If you’re like most people, an employer-based 401(k) plan is probably at the top of your list when it comes to saving for retirement. Hopefully, your employer offers to “match” a portion of your contributions and you’re able to contribute the maximum allowed amount every year. Perhaps you’ve even taken the time to pick investments […]