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How to Approach Retirement: 5 Things Christians Should Do

American are accumulating more debt and retaining it longer than ever before. These realities make it even more important for Christians to approach retirement with some intentionality.
So how should Christians approach retirement? What are some practical things to start implementing today?

Why it's Impossible to Buy Happiness

I have sat across the table from more than 10,000 families, and I have seen it all. I’ve seen the happiest of families thriving in the worst of situations, and I’ve seen bitter battles where families were broken apart over mere trinkets. The difference in the two can generally be boiled down to one word: values.

5 Essential Money Principles to Teach Your Kids

When is the best time to teach your children the value and principles of managing money? Even early on, you have an opportunity to model financial responsibility.

Here are 5 important principles of money management that will serve your kids for years to come.

The Ultimate Guide for the Smart Traveler

With Americans traveling more than ever today, both domestically and internationally, traveling smart is a must if you want to get the most out of your vacation without spending more.

Is Bankruptcy Ever Okay?

While bankruptcy's stigma has weakened in recent years, it is still an especially troubling topic for many Christians. What about the biblical admonition, "The wicked borrow and do not repay, but the righteous give generously"?

How to Discover God’s Abundance When You’re Broke

When you don’t have enough money, you’re not just broke, but also broken from the stress of living in a financial crisis.  But something surprising can happen when you’re broke. When you seek God in your brokenness, you can find riches that go beyond money, even if your bank account runs low.

Here’s how...

Why You're In Debt and What You Can Do About It

Debt has become such a normal part of life that many people never question it. So many of us believe that debt is just a normal part of life and there is not much you can do about it.

However, I think that's ridiculous....

Take a Smart Approach to Retirement Planning

Although retirement is a milestone for all working adults, decades of hard work may not pay off if you haven’t planned for your financial needs once a regular paycheck stops coming.
Consider this advice to get on a path toward financially secure retirement.

How to Find Hidden Bargains

There’s a reason we call it bargain hunting. It’s because great deals must be found, they don’t find YOU. But it’s easy to discover bargains...

Budget Boosters: 5 smart ways to manage your money

Even for families with a moderate household income, keeping expenses down and managing a budget can feel like a job all on its own. If you’re working to get your family’s finances under tighter control, consider these ideas to help curb spending and create new cash flow.

Biblical Perspective on Bankruptcy

Sadly, for all kinds of reasons, people are declaring bankruptcy in record numbers. How does Scripture address this complicated and stressful issue?

Keeping Up with the Joneses

One of the paradoxically dumb things we do is to destroy our finances by buying garbage we can’t afford to make ourselves appear wealthy.

12 Ways to Live Well and Spend Less

You don’t have to spend more money or time to get more out of life.  The best things in life really are free, and spending less money on what you do have to buy can enrich your life in priceless ways.

Here’s how you can live well while spending less

Protect Your Financial Future

Life is a series of milestones, and at each stage the financial protection of assets, dreams, and goals is important. Whether you are raising a family, moving to a larger home, or planning for college tuition payments and retirement, life insurance is an important consideration for protecting your family and assets

Building a Successful Budget

Whether you’re trying to pay off bills, save for a dream vacation or create a nest egg for retirement, having a sound budget is often the first step toward bringing about your financial goals. While "budgeting" is often associated with cutting spending, creating and sticking to a budget can be a fairly painless process with the right plan in place.

6 Keys to Controlling Your Spending

We all know about clipping coupons and buying in bulk as ways to save some money.  But what are some less-tangible ways a couple can reach their financial goals, and save money?  Here are some ways you may not have thought of!

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