Have you refinanced your mortgage in the past year or so? If not, you may want to get started now, and here’s why…
When does frugality go too far? Is it possible to be sensible about your personal finances, while occasionally splurging on your personal pleasures?
Summer is here, and so is BBQ season. Here are some tips to save some money when you’re grilling out this year.
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 […]
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 […]
Looking at your finances through the paradigm of stewardship profoundly affect how you manage your personal economy and respond to perceived risks
Don’t make the unholy mistake of shortchanging your retirement savings. Here are a few surefire ways increase your retirement savings.
Expecting to receive a tax refund this year? Here are some ways you can invest that refund in yourself this year.
Your retirement investing strategy is all about income, and you’ll want your investments to be able to generate income at some point.
The question is, how do you create that income?
Many of us clean our homes when spring comes around, so why not also set aside a day to do spring cleaning on our finances?
We all know that credit scores are important for a variety of reasons, but do you know what factors matter into your credit score?
Whenever you invest, you are taking on risk. There are things you can do to improve the chances of seeing more gains than losses, and mistakes to avoid.
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. […]
Is there such a thing as giving too much, and can giving become a detriment to your life?