Monthly Archives: December 2019

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Setting Smart Financial Goals

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What would you like your money to do for you this 2020? Your answer will lead you to identify financial goals. Financial goals are targets to hit.  With financial goals, money management falls into place.  Good money management leads to financial freedom.  Financial freedom breeds peace of mind.  Instead of being overwhelmed with the long […]

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Inexpensive and Fun Activities To Do on Christmas Eve

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Do we need to spend a lot to have a merry Christmas Eve? While parties and gatherings highlight Christmas Eve, how to keep guests entertained without overspending is a major consideration. We’ve picked out five cheap activities to do on Christmas Eve that will keep family and friends interacting with each other and on to […]

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Intentional and Budget-wise Holiday Gift-giving

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Consumerism and materialism blur the essential part of holiday gift-giving. The Christian tradition’s wise men, who brought gifts to the newborn Savior, show us how it is to be a satisfied giver. Their joyful hearts that brought gifts worthy for a king might be the holiday gift-giving guide that we need today. It points us […]

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Debt-free Holiday Spree

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Along with the festive mood that jingle bells on silent nights bring is a financial challenge.Wouldn’t it be nice if you can fill your shopping carts and still get a good night’s sleep minus running bills in your head? Possible? Yes. The holiday season may be the best time to recalculate resources because of year-end […]

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