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Money management tips for graduates

Graduates: as you transition to the next phase in your lives, money management will become a bigger responsibility. You’ll likely make more money but will also have bills – and probably debt – that you previously never had to deal with. By establishing healthy financial practices early on, you can set yourselves up for a lifetime…

Four financial points to ponder

What comes to mind when you think about your finances? Rent, loans, food, savings, and entertainment are commonly associated with money. However, there is more to your finances than these things. Here are four aspects of your financial life that you may not be considering. Retirement Do you know where you want to live or what you…

How to save lots of money on college (without scholarships!)

I remember when I was applying for college and knowing the stress there is to try to figure out creative ways to reduce the costs.  Since scholarships are hard to come by, there is a way to get college credit before you even step foot on campus — at a fraction of the cost!  It’s called the CLEP program, and according to PocketYourDollars,…

Save money on meat!

Carrie Rocha from Pocket Your Dollars has some great advice on how to keep your grocery budget in check, and still be able to eat the things you love: The cost of beef has gone up and is rising due to the extreme drought in the western United States. Let’s talk about how to save on your favorite types of beef. Ground beef. Substitute ground…

Sure, go ahead! Splurge.

I talk lots about saving and getting out of debt.  But, what about spending?  Heck, what about splurging?  Contrary to popular belief, I’m actually a fan of splurging. For my family and me we don’t scrimp when it comes to groceries.  I would guess we spend more than average on food a month.  However, our “going…

A financially healthy mindset

Being financially healthy requires more than making enough money to cover your expenses. We’ve probably all heard stories about lottery winners, professional athletes, and other millionaires who eventually declared for bankruptcy; though they had the money, they didn’t have the right mindset and spending habits to avoid…

Spring clean your life this month

It’s April and a renewed sense of vigor and life seems to roll in with the warm spring air. Maybe it’s just the satisfaction of watching our children run giddy through the soggy playground, but April is always welcomed with smiles as big as spring puddles. It’s a chance to throw open the windows and get after the dust bunnies – both physically…

Still think the lottery is a good idea?

The lottery is not only a bad idea from a statistical standpoint; it goes against some fundamental biblical principles regarding money. First of all, we have to understand that God owns everything and we are merely MANAGERS of His stuff.  (By the way, did you know the Bible talks more about money and possessions than prayer?  So,…

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