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Middle Class Money Mistakes

According to a Pew Research study done in 2014, the middle class is defined as people who have an annual salary between $42,000 – $125,000. That is a huge wide margin between the low end and the high end. If

Posted in Budgeting, Catholic Money Management

Avoiding Christmas Debt

It’s August, so why in world are we talking about Christmas? Too many Americans whip out the plastic for Christmas spending and use credit cards to finance Christmas costs. The average consumer ends up with more than $1,000 of Christmas

Posted in Budgeting, Catholic Money Management, Christmas

How Much Debt is Too Much?

Debt is a way of life in America. Most Americans carry some amount of debt. There is the mortgage, the car payment, medical bills, credit cards, student loans and the money good old Uncle Fred loaned to you. Unfortunately, many

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Credit, Uncategorized

When it Comes to Money, Planning is the Easy Part!

Several weeks ago, we were talking about the difference in the monthly payments between a 15-year mortgage and a 30-year mortgage. The 15-year mortgage has a higher monthly payment than the 30-year mortgage payment, but it allows you to save

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money

Mother’s Day

Sunday is Mother’s Day—a time to honor mothers, grandmothers, stepmothers, godmothers, friends who are mothers and anyone in our life who fills the role of mother. The concept first originated in 1868, when Ann Jarvis established a meeting for mothers

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Gratitude

Finding a Financial Planner (part 1)

You can certainly go it alone when it comes to managing your money, and you could also try to do it yourself when it comes to auto repair, cutting your own hair or giving yourself a root canal. Doing it

Posted in Blessings, Blogs, Budgeting, Catholic Money Management

Do I Have to Pay Taxes?

Let’s face it, nobody likes to pay taxes and complaining about them seems to be a national pastime, especially at this time of year. The annual process of gathering information then completing what seems to be a mountain of paperwork

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Taxes

Black Friday and The Light

On Thanksgiving, we express our gratitude for all the good things in America: “spacious skies, amber waves of grain, purple mountain majesties and brotherhood from sea to shining sea.” The last line of this beautiful song written by Katherine Lee

Posted in Budgeting, Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Christmas, Gratitude

How will you Give Thanks?

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days (seasons) of the year. It’s not the turkey and cranberry sauce, it’s the opportunity to gather as family and focus on being thankful to the Lord for all that we’ve been given. All

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Giving Thanks

Manage Your Money God’s Way … WHAT???

When we tell individuals we run a ministry to teach people how to manage money God’s way, they usually look at us like we have three heads. And many listeners to our Radio show on Breadbox media ask “What does

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money

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