The Magic Money Tree

May 9, 2011

Tweet I’ve noticed a common theme among many people that I have met with regarding personal finance. Many of them seem like their ready to make a change and get out of debt. They’ve taken the time to seek me out and to fill out some basic information about their financial situation. It takes a […]

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The Grand Finale! – #FLMonth

April 30, 2011

Tweet This is really what it’s all about folks. We’ve all had a great time doing this for Financial Literacy Month, but in the end, it’s all about making a difference. Do you want to make a change in your finances? When are you going to start?

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To Will, or Not To Will – #FLMonth

April 21, 2011

Tweet Here’s an amusing video for a serious question. The video is shot by Steve Stewart of MoneyPlanSOS. The thoughtful question is brought to us by Linda at

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Give It Up

April 20, 2011

Tweet It’s Easter time. Visions of chocolate bunnies and baskets full of sweet goodness fill the minds of many children. The thoughts of the more mature among us turn toward something a little more eternal. This is also the time where many people of faith give up something meaningful (or not) in observance of Lent. […]

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Don’t Sacrifice Today

March 11, 2011

Tweet There are a lot of blogs, magazine articles, and other media that talk about saving for retirement. As a finance coach, I do believe we should have a plan for our retirement. It’s very important to be regularly setting aside a portion of our money for retirement, college, insurance and other future spending. I […]

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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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There’s One Born Every Minute

October 21, 2010

Tweet Another myth in our series from Your Money God’s Way by Amie Streater is one that has always bothered me. It seems as though Christians are often more gullible than the general population. Christians tend to be more trusting of others because of our desire to expect the best out of everyone. I used […]

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