December 2010

Don’t Go Away Sad

December 31, 2010

Tweet This morning during my quiet time, I read a devotional regarding The Rich Young Man in Matthew 19:16-22. He asked Jesus what he must do to gain eternal life. Jesus told him to sell all his possessions and give to the poor. The young man then went away sad because he was very rich.

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Merry CHRISTmas and My First Podcast

December 24, 2010

Tweet Just wanted to wish everyone a Merry CHRISTmas. I hope you are enjoying time with family and friends during this season. Also don’t forget the real reason for the season. Jesus Christ came as a little child to bring the greatest gift to mankind. The time of year and the reason for establishing the […]

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What’s the Point?

December 22, 2010

Tweet My mission for Current Financial Concepts is to help people improve their financial situation and to have a real plan for their financial future. I blog constantly about financial topics. It seems as though I’m all about money. The reality though, is that money is not at all what this is about.

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If Your Checkbook Could Talk

December 14, 2010

Tweet If your checkbook or credit cards or debit cards could talk, what would they say about you? You can tell a lot about someone just by reviewing their spending habits. The things that are important to you really begin to stand out over a period of time.

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The Cost of Christmas

December 10, 2010

Tweet Every year since 1984 PNC Wealth Management has compiled the cost of Christmas from the 12 Days of Christmas song. Adding up one of every item on the list yields a 9.2% increase over last year. The total cost of these 12 items is $23,439.38. This is almost double to original cost calculated in […]

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Keep Your Life On Target

December 7, 2010

Tweet It’s that time of year again. No, not THAT time of year. I mean it’s the time of year where you need to think about what you are going to achieve NEXT year. Have you done that before? Have you written down yearly goals? I’m not just talking about finances either. Finances are just […]

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