I recently had the chance to attend The Financial Hope Conference. Here’s a recap of what I learned, and resources to check out from the expert panelists.
Wondering if you should leave your job to work for yourself or stay at home with your kids? Here are 3 things to do before taking the financial leap.
Every year, our culture seems to move further from “The Reason for the Season.” What are your favorite ways to teach your kids more about Jesus?
The holiday season is supposed to be a time to cherish friends and family. Here’s how to make the season more about family, and less about the gifts.
A life plan will allow you to live life with more clarity, balance and peace of mind. So how do you write a life plan, and what questions should you answer?
We didn’t anticipate just how expensive moving, especially moving long distances, can be. Here’s what to consider before you pick up and move.
The vast majority of the time, keeping finances joint, even if doing so is a struggle to get used to, is best for the marriage. Here’s why.
Talking about personal finances with your loved ones can be a tough subject to broach. Here are some tips on how to approach a sensitive subject.
Here are some inexpensive ways to show mom how much she means to you.
There are plenty of free financial resources that take the guesswork out of financial planning and put the confidence and power right back in your hands.
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?
Is gazelle intensity a good long term solution for debt reduction, or does it leave people vulnerable to going right back into debt?
Which do you prefer; Living in a larger space than you need and enjoy the room, or live in a dwelling that’s smaller but gives you more financial flexibility?
I’ve found that borrowing some of my grandparents’ strategies for saving can save me time and money, while improving the quality of our lives.