Credit Card Contracts: Financial Quicksand

Are Credit Card Contracts Financial Quicksand? – Are you ready for some bad news? Credit cards are getting even worse. That’s right, those little plastic cards are monsters in our pockets…


 

Have a Merry Christmas on a Budget

Make Christmas Fun and Affordable on a Tight Budget – Ho, Ho, Ho—oh, no! It’s almost Christmas. If you are like many American families, this has not been the best of years—financially speaking…


 

Should My Offering Only Go to My Church?

Where Should I Give My Tithe and Offering? – ‘Tis the season of giving, and with it comes questions of where to give, and how much to give. Of course, this dilemma spans more than just the holidays…


 

5 Reasons to Avoid Gift Cards

Five Simple Reasons to Avoid Buying Gift Cards as Gifts – I recently did some research on gift cards for my weekly TV segment on the FOX morning show in Nashville, and I ran across a curious piece of data…


 

Lean Christmas Could be a Blessing

A Small Christmas Budget Could Be a Blessing. – Ho, Ho, Ho—oh, no! It’s almost Christmas. If you are like many American families, this has not been the best of years, financially speaking…


 

Picking Up Pennies

Picking Up Pennies to leave a Financial Legacy.- I was a rebellious son. I’m not proud of that fact, but it is true. No, I never got into any “real” trouble. I never did drugs, and I never broke into a house. I didn’t even use bad language…


 

A More Christ-Like Paradigm for Borrowing?

A More Christ Like Paradigm for Borrowing Money and Debt. – I write a lot of these articles while on airplanes. Why? Because I spend a lot of time flying. Today is an unusually long day…


 

Leave Some Money on the Table

Learn to Leave Some Money on the Table. – More than twenty years ago, in the midst of a business negotiation, the fellow I was haggling with said, “I don’t want to leave any money on the table.”…


 

Should Christians Be Savers and Investors?

Should Christians Save and Invest Their Money for Returns? – As I travel around the country teaching Christians how to handle their money, occasionally I run across someone who takes issue with all of this…


 

How to Keep Your Current Job

How to Keep Your Current Job in a Tough Economy. – If you’re part of the American workforce, you are likely concerned about the security of your present job or the job of a family member. As I visit around the country…


 

Avoiding Budget Busters

Preparing For and Avoiding Budget Busters – As I tell audiences across the country in my No Debt No Sweat! Christian Money Management Seminars: “If you don’t control your money—your money will control you.”…


 

Life Insurance is Love Insurance

Family Planning Life Insurance is Love Insurance. – Experts tell us that most people don’t have nearly enough life insurance protection. According to the QuickQuote Life Insurance Resource Center, in America only 45%…


 

Start, Even If It’s Small

Start, Even if It Is Small. – As a habit, I don’t put bumper stickers on my car. It’s partially because they distract from the appearance of the car, but there’s actually another reason why my car is a sticker-free zone…


 

How Long Will My Retirement Last?

How Long Will My Retirement Nest Egg Last? – As the oldest baby boomers are now rounding the 60-year mark, more and more people are popping up their periscopes to check out their retirement accounts…


 

Kids and Jobs – A Good Idea?

Is it a Good Idea for Kids to Have Jobs? – Frequently people come up during breaks at No Debt No Sweat! Seminars with questions about their kids. I guess they assume that because I teach money management…


 

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Debt Problems?

You are not alone! Debt problems don’t just happen to uneducated folks. Bright, suave, business tycoons and financiers fall into the debt trap. Borrowing, and the associated problems it can bring, affects people in all walks of life. Today, if you’re struggling with debt, I want you to know that you’re not alone—not by a long shot. The average family carrying credit card debt probably owes a little over $11,000. The good news is, there is hope!

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Steve’s No Debt No Sweat! teachings on Christian money management have had a profound effect on people around the world. People are learning to live within their means. Some are able to give more. Marriages are closer. Others have learned how to avoid bankruptcy. Instead of pandering to the “wealth and prosperity” teachings that are so popular today, Steve gives clear, simple, practical solutions with a Biblical base. This stuff really works!

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