When should we begin tithing? We are currently in 'the red' each month, relying on credit cards to fill in small gaps. Currently there is no extra, no savings, etc. If we tithe now, we will have to stop payment on another creditor, which seems irresponsible. What do you suggest?
We have a son graduating high school this year and are trying to make plans for his college years. My question is who should take out the loans – my husband and me, or my son?
I am part of the 'Gig Economy' and work full-time as a freelance graphic designer. Some months I am slammed with work and make a great amount of money. But then other months are really slim. I've found it's really difficult to budget for these major ups and downs.
I'm in my early twenties and finances are a topic of stress in my life and among my peers. One of my friends, who is about my age, just paid off his mortgage. How is that even possible? Others I know rely solely on credit cards and are in thousands of dollars of debt. I feel like I'm stuck between two ideologies.
We need help prioritizing how to use our tax refund. We want to use it wisely since we have a little over $23,000 of debt.
Amazon seems to have taken over the world! Their dominating presence makes me a little nervous...but I still love my free 2-day shipping from Prime. Are there any alternatives out there that I should know about?
Is investing a good idea for Christians?
Does staying at a job for more than two years mean you'll get paid 50 percent less?
I feel like I am getting underpaid as a female doing the same job as the men in my office. How do I deal with this as a Christian?
When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was signed into law back in December, millions started asking and wondering how it would personally affect them.
Research shows the use of paper money rather than plastic proves effective in curbing spending. This runs contrary to the Amazon Go plan.
Often many people overlook the opportunities awaiting them outside their regular jobs that can help them alleviate stress and progress towards financial freedom.
No doubt our finances are directly affected by how well we steward our bodies.
I have been reading about Reverend Paula White, who has been called President Trump's "spiritual advisor," and she is apparently in the "prosperity gospel" camp. How do I explain to my friends the error in her theology?
Just as Chip and Joanna were not an "overnight success" but had to learn to persevere, you too must make small steps of progress daily, avoid discouragement and continually ask the Lord for His help
Like our health, financial goals are important if we want to be proactive and manage our money well.
In reviewing the year, it is important to learn from our mistakes and celebrate the victories.
There is quite a frenzy about this digital currency, but something doesn't feel right.
Pray about giving and make sure your motives are pure. In other words, don't give in hope of getting something in return, even recognition.
The commercialization of Christmas feels like a big financial trap! My husband and I want to show love to our kids and family but the pressure to spend and borrow just to put a bunch of packages under the tree seems ridiculous.
I've been inspired by Washington Redskins quarterback, Kirk Cousins' frugality. Don't you think more professional athletes and musicians should set his kind of example?
Behind on retirement?
I want to take advantage of all the good sales happening for Black Friday but I can't afford to pay for it all in cash right now. Is it ok to put it on the credit card and pay it off when I get my Christmas bonus? It seems like a waste to not get a good deal!
There seems to be an unending amount of "crazy" in the world. How can I keep my money, time and heart peaceful during the holidays?
When is the best time to start saving, and can you explain education savings accounts?