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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

What You Need to Know if You are Buying a Car

After a home mortgage, car loans are the largest debts most people have. More than 70 percent of all the cars on the road are financed. Car debt is one of the biggest roadblocks for people on their journey to

Posted in Bible and Money Management, Credit

Cosigning Can Ruin Your Credit Score!

  Many people gladly cosign a loan considering it a favor to a friend or relative. It may seem like a good idea at the time. You think you are helping your child buy their first car. Or maybe your

Posted in Credit

Turkey Trot at the Daytona Speedway

The day after Thanksgiving, we took the two teenagers in our life to the Turkey Trot which is held each year at the Daytona Speedway on the weekend after Thanksgiving. It is a combination swap meet and car show with

Posted in Budgeting, Credit, Finances

Are You Abusing Your Credit Cards?

Credit cards can be a good tool for you to use to manage your finances. They can also create financial chaos if you fall into the trap of using credit cards to satisfy every whim. The secret is to use

Posted in Catholic Perspectives on Money, Credit

To save or Not to Save – That is the Question

Today’s blog title is a take off on a scene from Shakespeare’s play Hamlet. In this scene, Prince Hamlet was contemplating the meaning of life. Today’s blog contemplates the reason for saving. The savings rate of the average American has

Posted in Bible and Money Management, Blogs, Budgeting, Credit, Crisis, Saving

Cosigning is Bad for Your Financial Health

Many people gladly cosign a loan thinking they are doing the right thing by helping someone out of a difficult situation. Cosigners are usually friends or relatives who sign loan papers for someone who’s not able to get a loan

Posted in Bible and Money, Bible and Money Management, Bible Quotes, Catholic Money Management, Credit

God Knocks-How do you respond?

You hear a knock at the door and open it to find God saying …  “Come follow me …” (OK, He probably won’t actually knock on your door, but we all know he does call us.) As God continues with

Posted in Blogs, Credit, Debt, Stewardship

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