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How to Get Your Spouse On a Budget

Money and marriage… oh what a tricky thing! Money can be an incredibly sensitive and emotional topic, and conflict can quickly escalate when married couples try to talk about money. So most of the

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5 Money Mistakes that Kill Marriages

  If you want to divorce-proof your marriage, getting on the same page financially and avoiding critical money mistakes is one of the best ways to do this. The proof is in the stats: money-related

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What an Investing Mindset Can Do for Your Time and Energy

We all have three limited resources of money, time, and energy. But instead of spending these resources so as to make them compete with each other, what if we invested them instead, and in doing so, created

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10 Powerful Tips for Crushing Financial Goals

When it comes to financial goals, the best part about them is the results are easily quantifiable. You can’t deny your progress! And that builds momentum. Little by little, you pick up the pace and before

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The Important Difference Between Saving Money, and Hoarding It

What does the Bible say about saving money? We read in Matthew 6:19-21 “Don’t store up treasures here on earth, where moths eat them and rust destroys them, and where thieves break in and steal. Store

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5 Steps to Financially Prepare for Homeownership

I understand the longing to be a homeowner. After living the apartment life for over a decade while my friends hosted dinners in their recently purchased homes, I was beyond ready to buy! But more

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