Category Archives: Faith & Finances

What a Personal Financial Policy is & How it Makes Your Life Better

Most of economic theory is based on the assumption that we make rational, logical, and beneficial financial decisions. Ha! Most of us make purely emotional (or “socially informed”) decisions about money most of the time, some of which may be … Continue reading

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Faith and Finances: How to Budget With Spirit

I have a small booklet called the “Confidential Financial Discovery” that clients complete in order for me to advise them about their finances. There’s one question that looks like this: What do you think about money, in general?______________________________ Many reply, … Continue reading

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