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Tell Yourself “No!”

I feel like I get tempted fairly often to purchase things that are not really necessary, even though they may be useful. I know I've written about temptations to buy…

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Planning for Retirement: Part III

Continuing our series on retirement planning, we've already touched on diversifying our investments to account for downturns in the market. We've made sure that we're knowledgeable about extra expenses that…

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Planning for Retirement: Part II

In my last post, I touched on some basic retirement planning concepts. A brief analysis of your assets, contributions to retirement savings, expected retirement expenses, and goals is a good…

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Planning For Retirement: Part I

We hear on the news and from many other resources about the importance of planning for retirement. Many financial websites include retirement calculators to help us create a saving target…

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Spring Has Sprung!

Wow, what a transformation we've seen in the weather! The majority of the country has been under multiple feet of snow until just a few weeks ago and now we're…

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Days Longer than 24 Hours…

The next few days will still have 24 hours, but they might prove to be even longer than usual. Our daughter left this morning on a class trip to Washington…

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Debt Payment “Metamorphosis”

About a month ago, I reviewed the Debt Snowball that we teach in our nine-week Bible study (Navigating Your Finances God’s Way).  The Debt Snowball is a systematic method of…

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