What would your family do if you were no longer available? The In Case of Emergency Binder can help them find the information they need when a crisis hits.
Losing weight has a lot in common with keeping a budget. There are important lessons to be learned that can apply to both your fitness and finances.
Wealthfront recently released a free automated financial planning suite of tools that will help you to plan for the future. Let’s take a look a how it works
Does your life feel like you are managing from crisis to crisis? How do you plan ahead for such events? Joseph from the Bible can teach us how to plan ahead
The One-Page Financial Plan by author Carl Richards, gives people a one-sheet plan that they can look to when the going gets rough. Let’s take a look.
Dave Ramsey’s new class, The Legacy Journey, looks in depth at building wealth, investing and God centered stewardship as a way to leave a legacy.
The bible gives a lot of advice on money. We can learn what we should do from these verses, and we can find instruction on what we should not do with money.
There are things that have little or nothing to do with money that can actually have a big impact on your finances. Here are a few.
Are you engaged? Married? Wondering if you should combine your finances during marriage? What are the pros and cons of a combined financial plan?
For many college students, the freedoms associated with living away from Mom and Dad can be pretty exciting. However, for students who have never to deal with money without adult supervision, college can end up being a series of mistakes on the path the financial freedom and maturity. Here are five of the most common […]
If you want to build a strong financial plan – a robust financial framework – you’re going to have to follow a few steps.
This past week the President and Vice-President released their financial disclosure forms and revealed how they invest and save. Are there things we can learn from them?
I put together a “Total Financial Picture Spreadsheet” that gives a snapshot of your finances to your loved ones in case you were to die or become disabled.
For some reason, most people in this culture find it extremely difficult to talk about their finances, even with a spouse. Here are some ways to make it easier.