Toward A Healthy Church Budget

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One of the hardest (and saddest) things I have witnessed in my life was the decline and eventual death of my grandmother. As a teenager, [...] Read More

Beyond The Parsonage

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Does your church provide a parsonage for your pastor and his family? A church-owned parsonage offers many advantages for both church and pastor. A church-owned […]

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Traditional Versus ROTH

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Once someone begins retirement planning, one of the first decisions he or she must make is whether to use a traditional (pre-tax) account or a […]

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Understanding Basic Investment Principles

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Most of us have heard the advice: “Save 15% of your income to maintain your current lifestyle in retirement.” Since everyone’s situation is different, how […]

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Caring For The Pastor

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No doubt you’ve heard of the congregation who prayed: “Lord, send us a poor, humble preacher. You keep him humble; we’ll keep him poor.” Sure, […]

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Goals For Retirement

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Everyone knows a person needs to save for retirement. Maybe you’ve even enrolled in your company’s retirement program. And maybe you have a portion withheld […]

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First Things First

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“But godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out. And having […]

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Time Is Money

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Growing up, I always had this idea in my head about retirement. I thought it was something you didn’t have to worry about until your […]

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