One of the biggest problems families and especially singles have is how to manage their money. This really has nothing to do with income level, because the more we make, the more we tend to spend and thus, the more we get into debt and trouble. The cycle can be endless. However, with just... Continue Reading →
We offer Free Financial Planning Seminars in the Southern California Region. Our lead speaker used to be a Financial Planner and trainer at a major bank, and currently works in the insurance industry as a Financial Trainer with a Ph.D. in stewardship and is licensed. These seminars are done at churches, community and civic groups... Continue Reading →
How to Get Out of Debt Faster: Here are two of the best approaches to pay off debt. One is called the “Snowball” and the other is called the “Avalanche.” These work by accelerating the payoff by changing the order of your debts. Then, you will save hundreds to thousands of dollars in interest payments and reduce the time it takes to pay off the debt significantly. Sometimes cutting by years. And there is...
Do not buy new; rather seek out a reliable car that is three or four years old, after ½+ the value is deprecated. Then you will save tens of thousands of dollars. Cars today last many times longer than decades past. Also why not? A brand new car is bad #stewardship, unless you need it... Continue Reading →
What are the best basic financial moves a Christian must make? Here are the top six from Crown: First, make giving to the Lord’s work your top financial priority. The Bible calls us to honor the Lord with the first fruits of our wealth. I believe 10% of our gross annual income is the starting goal.... Continue Reading →
Good debt is what is helping you build your future to take from today and build a better tomorrow. Such as a home mortgage that builds equity and is a place for you and your family to live and thrive. It can also be a business loan, which allows you to build a way to... Continue Reading →
This is a very simple concept and will alleviate most of your money struggles and marriage arguments. Credit cards are a tool when you are in a great need. It is always best to play them off each month. What credit cards are not, is being your money! They are not your income or your... Continue Reading →
From Forbs, here are some good leads to check out: If you’re the C.F.O. of your household, then you’ve probably wondered if there isn’t a techie solution for managing your finances. The problem is that there are probably too many options out there. The onslaught of offerings that you’ll find when you visit the app... Continue Reading →