Everyone has financial challenges at one time or another. Here is how you can plan ahead and protect yourself against financial ruin.
Recognizing the opportunity cost of our decisions, and analyzing them closely is key in choosing the best financial path. Here’s how you can count the cost.
Laura Ingalls Wilder and her daughter Rose had very different approaches when they came upon hard financial times. How would you react to financial stress?
Financial gurus are telling you how to get out of debt, and what to do with your money and investments. The question is, should you follow their advice?
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.
We all slip up in our finances from time to time. Using those slip ups to learn and improve our finances is key to long term success.
Millions of American families are overscheduling their kids and spending huge amounts of money hoping to land their children a scholarship. But is it a good idea?
One of the most exciting financial milestones in many lives is the first job. Whether it’s your very first job working part-time while a high school student, or your first job after graduating from college, you need to make the most of it. Starting out right is vital if you want financial freedom later. So, […]
Money is interwoven into many areas of our lives. It is no wonder that ‘going the wrong way’ financially, can have a direct and negative impact on us.
When trying to get your financial life in control, there are some proactive steps you need to take along the way that will make the process that much easier.
How soon is too soon to teach a kid about money? Since it is hard to predict when your kids might “get it” I think it would be wise to have a system in place for when the child does.
For those of us who have yet to at least adopt some measure of “frugal living” into our current lifestyle, I’d say it’s high time to get going. However, if you’re already at least doing something to improve your personal economy, hats off to you! No matter what steps you’re currently taking, you are at […]
This one line in the Bible has influenced much of my life. In Hebrew, the seventh day is called “Shabbat” or “Shabbas“. It starts at sundown on Friday night and ends when you can see three stars in the sky on Saturday evening. Shabbat is the Jewish day of rest. Growing up in a fairly […]