Homeownership, eating out and financial behavior
Using cash, eliminating spending and budgeting for mad money.
Convenience and cravings come at a price whenever you order a quick coffee, soda or specialty drink. Pocket significant savings with beverages from home.
Fixing a cash flow bind, making financial decisions as a couple and borrowing for a honeymoon.
Purchasing a car doesn’t have to be a nerve-wracking experience. Become an informed buyer, then you can step into an auto dealership with confidence.
Tithing while in debt, free spirits and loaning money to friends.
Keeping tithing a secret and cashing out a 401(k)
Buying new versus used, budgeting money for children and entertainment spending.
Few investments provide the guaranteed returns you’ll get from filling your pantry and freezer with foods bought in bulk at lower-than-retail prices.
Car payments, debt consolidation and spending on travel.
Teaching generosity, setting goals and paying the below the minimum due.
A friend or family member asks to borrow money. How do you respond? Here’s what the Bible has to say about loans, interest and repayment.
You may be recently married, your incomes may have changed or maybe you simply want to reorder the books. Here's help creating a sensible household budget.
Holiday giving and family budgeting.
Student loans and paying back family debts.
Extracurriculars, savings and college expenses.
College savings, the HARP program and auto insurance claims.
Tithing and early access to 401k accounts.
From toddlers to teens, it's never too early or late to teach children the importance of using money wisely.