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Thanks for listening to Manage Your Money God’s Way. During our weekly podcast, you will hear practical advice for anyone who is looking to manage their money smarter. No matter what your specific financial situation is, we can help with advice, resources, and useful tips about how to spend, save and give.

Dealing With a Mountain of Debt

August 05, 2020

Playing with debt is like playing with matches. You think you’ll be able to blow the match out when the flame gets too close to your fingers. But how many times have you burned your fingers?

If you get a sick sinking feeling when you think about the amount of debt you have, you may be worried that you’ll never be able to dig your way out. And unless you get serious about paying it off, you’re right.

Tune and check out the Compass Catholic blog for more ideas on motivating yourself to get out of debt.

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Learning to be Content

July 29, 2020

We aren’t born being content and it seems that our culture tries to make us more and more discontent as we grow older. How many commercials are disguised as TV shows and movies targeting the youngsters in our life to get the stuff they are selling? And keeping up with the neighbors can be a lifetime pursuit for some adults.

Learning the secret of contentment can free you from all the pressure to spend money in an effort to acquire more and more stuff. Being content is a conscious learned habit!

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8 Steps to Get Out of Debt

July 22, 2020

Getting out of can be challenging, especially if you don’t know where to start or what to do first. Get started by using our tips for eight steps to get out of debt.

It can be a long-term goal and it is not easy, but the effort and time is well worth the blessing that comes from being debt free.

The Compass Catholic blog has more ideas about taking the first step in freeing yourself from the bondage of debt.

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I’m Retiring – What Now?

July 15, 2020

Differences of opinion in a marriage are healthy if you can find a compromise that works for both of you. Being on the same page is important in all areas, especially as you plan for retirement.

Maybe one of you wants to move closer to the grandkids and the other wants to move to a deserted tropical island. Where you’ll live and what you plan to do is a conversation that needs to start long before that last day at work.

The Compass Catholic blog has more ideas about planning for a happy, productive retirement.

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