Debt elimination strategy

There are some tips and tricks to getting out of debt, but mostly, debt elimination is about patience and discipline. Unless you suddenly receive a large sum of money, paying off debt is a marathon, not a sprint. It’s important to keep this in mind; it’s easy to get discouraged when you don’t see results right away. But just because…


Target offering free credit monitoring for a year

If you shopped at Target between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15, some of your information may have been taken. That included credit/debit card numbers, names, mailing addresses, email addresses or phone numbers. Target has a site for answers to most of your questions regarding this incident. But many experts are encouraging you to continue…



5 financial do’s and don’ts for the new year

With a new year comes a new season of your financial life. 2013 was a great year for some, with the stock market posting record numbers multiple times. Dave Szafranski is the President of Edgewater Investment Group in Avon, Ohio and a follower of Christ. He says that if you didn’t take risks in 2013, you missed out. He also adds…


Closing out 2013

The holidays can be hectic, but don’t let a busy Christmas season keep you from reviewing your finances and financial documents before the end of the year. Here are a few things to do before 2014. Organize Throughout the year, you likely accumulated receipts, investment statements, bills, and other financial documents. Day…


God’s way of handling money

Enough is enough, now is the time!  We absolutely, 100%, need to get back to God’s way of handling money.  Too many of us are hurting and struggling with money because we’ve shied away from Godly fundamentals. First and foremost, we need to understand that God owns everything.  Psalm 24:1 says, “The earth is the Lord’s,…


Pay off your debt

This is a big one – paying off all of your debt except your mortgage.  This is huge.  We’re setting the captives free!  No more “…borrower is slave to the lender” (Proverbs 22:7) stuff.  This is by far the hardest and most-intense part of the “baby steps”, but the most powerful!… Dave Ramsey will suggest using his


A financially smart holiday season

Christmas is over a month away, but it’s never too early to start preparing your finances for the holiday season. Without a plan, it can be easy to fall into unhealthy consumer habits, so set aside time this week to create ground rules for your spending. Here are a few suggestions.   Don’t tap into your savings The meaning…


Taking the first step toward financial security

The first step toward financial security is to save $1000.  This acts as a emergency fund.  Step three will be to get a full emergency fund of three to six months of living expenses.  But, until then, you’ll need this small buffer between you and life happening. This step should be done QUICK!…  This should not be a long-term goal. 


Dave Ramsey’s 7 "Baby Steps"

Chances are you’ve heard about a guy by the name of Dave Ramsey.  He is a best-selling author of books like Financial Peace and Total Money Makeover, which were the inspiration behind our financial success. Dave Ramsey developed what he calls the “Baby-Steps”.  The premise behind the “Baby-Steps” is that…


Don’t be nonchalant about insurance

Insurance.  It’s another boring topic within the financial world.  There’s nothing real exciting about it.  Which is the reason it’s easy to not pay attention to it….out of sight, out of mind.  Do you have any idea how much insurance you have on your home or car? Here’s what typically happens.  …


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