Hello, my Faithful Fiscal Followers! Have you ever thought of ‘making it rain’ in a godly way? No, I’m not talking about a divine weather miracle or dropping wads of cash from the heavens.
The secular world pushes Christians into quietly practicing their faith only within the walls of their homes and the churches where they worship.
This Sunday’s second reading, Colossians 3:1-4, is a powerful passage that challenges us to shift our focus from earthly things to heavenly things. When figuring out how to apply this letter from St. Paul to our daily lives, we find inspiration to help us manage our money with an eternal perspective.
What job titles appeal to you? Is there high turnover? What are the mission and vision statements of these organizations and do they live by them? Find out the pay range, flexibility and benefits.
You may want to help your children pay for college, but what is the best way to begin? I highly recommend using an investment account, as long as you have at least 10 years before your child starts college.
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There are an “unprecedented” number of employees leaving because of burnout, to take a break from being in the workforce and those that chose to move to another organization. From a Catholic perspective, God not only created us to live meaningful and purposeful lives, but to also help each other grow and strive for eternity within the context of belonging to a greater community.
A budget is simple: you need to calculate your expenses and subtract that from the amount of
money coming in.
In response to USCCB’s call to action to provide support and resources to pregnant women, especially those seeking the assistance of pregnancy centers, Compass Catholic Ministries intends to create a financial literacy course specifically designed for pregnant mothers (and dads) who experience unexpected pregnancies.
Helping your children incur less debt as they attend school is one of the best graduation gifts you can give them. Student loan debt is debilitating for many college graduates; many will still be paying for loans into their 30s and 40s. This debt makes it difficult to start saving for retirement, to support a family, and to begin building wealth.
I remember very well the first time I earned money… I’m not talking about an allowance or money that I got for being part of the family, I’m talking about doing a job and receiving funds for the task that I completed. The first real job that comes to mind for the purposes of this conversation is when I spent a summer as a long-distance operator for AT&T.