Nvestly is an aggregator for your investment accounts, and lets you compare your performance to your peers. They’re also giving away $2500 in Apple stock!
Christmas is almost here, and it’s time to start the giving! Enter our $100 Amazon gift card giveaway, sponsored by Coupons.com.
The holiday season is upon us!, and to celebrate Bible Money Matters and several other sites are giving away $600 in prizes!
One of my favorite financial websites – GoBankingRates.com – is giving away a $50 Amex gift card! I’m excited to host this contest here on Bible Money Matters and also tell you a bit more about this great website. GoBankingRates is a great resource for customers looking for the best interest rates on savings accounts, […]
One thing that I have aimed to do over the past couple of years is to make this site a place where people could come to get solid financial advice in order to help them get back on track, pay off debt and start building wealth. I’ve done that by writing about budgets, plans for […]
If you’ve been reading this site for a while now you probably know that I’m a big proponent of budgeting, paying cash for the things you buy, and in general not using credit in most situations. I think that so many people that are in financial dire straights right now would be so much better […]
It’s time to start the new year off with a bang! Bible Money Matters has partnered with Money Crashers and a host of other sites to bring together a contest that will give away over $5,600 in cash and prizes to some extremely lucky winners! We’ve partnered with various finance companies and bloggers to put […]
Why I Love My Credit Card If you’re read my site for a while you may be a bit surprised to find out that I actually do use a credit card. I’m usually the one that’s first to tell people that they shouldn’t use credit, and that they should save up for things that they […]
A while back I did reviews of several online finance tracking softwares, including Mint.com and Buxfer.com and Geezeo.com. At the time Geezeo was, in my opinion, obviously still a beta project, and had a bit of work to do before it was ready for prime time. Today I got an email announcing a giveaway geezeo […]
Christmas is over and the gifts are unwrapped. And now its time for some more shopping for a couple of lucky winners of $25 gift cards. One of our winners will get a $25 gift card to Marshalls. The other will receive a $25 gift card to T.J. Maxx. I’ve already used my own gift […]
Review and Giveaway A week or two back after finding my site, Luke over nuruplanet.com emailed me and offered to send me a packet of Nuru’s Personal Finance Pocket Cards to review on the site. In theory they sounded like a great idea – flash cards centered around the basic principles of personal finance. I […]
My good buddy Glen from freefrombroke, asks this question on his blog: What is your personal finance tipping point? I see there being two tipping points in one’s personal finance. The first is when you finally admit to yourself how bad your finances are and you resolve to do something about it… The second is that […]
For a while now I’ve been meaning to sit down and write a review on a book I received in the mail called “Does Your Bag Have Holes?“. The author of the book, Cameron C. Taylor, had inquired if I was interested in reviewing his book on my blog, and I responded that I was. […]