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How Much Should I Spend on a House?

Of all the spending decisions you make, housing is the most important one. It’s probably your biggest expense, so it’s essential to get it right. Doing so is one of the most important keys to being able to live generously, save and invest adequately, and live with financial margin and peace of mind. How Much of a […]

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Profitable Ideas: Identity Theft Comes For a Financial Author, When Renting Beats Buying, and More

Weekly roundup of interesting and helpful personal finance articles from around the web. How identity thieves took my wife for a ride (NY Times). Even if you do everything right, you can get scammed. How much is your time worth? (A Wealth of Common Sense). Not everyone can afford to do this, but if you […]

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Profitable Ideas: The Financial Question on Most People’s Minds, Buying Happiness, and More

Weekly roundup of interesting and helpful personal finance articles from around the web. How much should you have saved in your 30s? (A Wealth of Common Sense). “The entirety of personal finance can be drilled down to one question: Am I going to be OK?” Still paying for college at 65: a growing number of Americans […]

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‘We Actually CAN Afford It!’

Sheila has long been an expert at living beneath her means. Even when she was making a relatively low salary and living in an expensive city, she never worried about not having enough. She always had money in the bank. Because she grew up as one of five kids with a stay-at-home mom and schoolteacher […]

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Profitable Ideas: The High Cost of Giving Your Kids Too Much, The Best Use of Money, and More

Weekly roundup of interesting and helpful personal finance articles from around the web. Not everything gets easier (Liberty Wealth). Some good parenting advice related to the high cost of giving your kids too much. How much money do you need to make to buy a new car? (A Wealth of Common Sense). “Wealth is the […]

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How I Found Financial Freedom

“God paid a high price for you, so don’t be enslaved by the world.” – 1 Corinthians 7:23 I’ll never forget the day my parents invited me home for a little chat. They had started to sense that all was not well, and they were right. I was in financial trouble—deep trouble. My credit card […]

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Profitable Ideas: Doing the Work of a Lifetime, Everyday Kingdom Investments, and More

Weekly roundup of interesting and helpful personal finance articles from around the web. The only way to do the work of a lifetime (Tim Challies). Taking duty from drudgery to delight. It’s hard to kill the stock market (A Teachable Moment). The key to 95% of wealth creation. How food banks succeeded and what they […]

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How To Truly Change Your Financial Life

Financially speaking, what are you trying to change? Are you trying to get out of debt? Earn more? Save more? Part of the process will probably involve gaining some new knowledge. And part of it will involve changing behavior. But getting to a better financial place isn’t just about knowledge and behavior. It’s also very […]

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Profitable Ideas: The Cost of “Free,” How to Raise Money-Wise Kids, and More

Weekly roundup of interesting and helpful personal finance articles from around the web. Low cost is better than free (Daniel Egan). “Free” appeals to our senses, but it usually comes with hidden costs. How to make up lost ground if you got a late start saving for retirement (A Wealth of Common Sense). It isn’t […]

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