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How to Deal with Debt – Part 2

You’ve left college and now are facing a mountain of debt. This can be terrifying now. The good news is, as a Bible College graduate, your debts are less than those of your counterparts. 927 more words

You Can’t Eat Gold or a Debt Sandwich

Source: Deviant Investor, by Gary Christenson

In one hand we hold gold, which is eternal, beautiful, and valuable everywhere.

In the other hand we are stuck with a debt sandwich.  425 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

8 lessons The Greek Debt Crisis taught us about life

The Greek Debt Crisis reminds me of an unrequited romantic relationship. One partner selflessly offers help, love and forgiveness, with the hope of receiving it back, despite the innumerable lapses of judgement and instances of dishonesty by the other.  1,097 more words


Escrow - did you know you can hold a house with it?

Escrow- typically used by a mortgage company to hold your money to pay your insurance and taxes annually.

Did you know you can use an escrow account to hold your earnest money to buy a house if you have to sell your house first? 220 more words


OktoberFast: Failing Forward

Yes, I know it is essentially the end of November and this post is going up on THEE most high, holiest shopping day of the year, … 1,380 more words

Dave Ramsey Baby Step 0

I’m going to start a “Financial Friday” series that will speak to the different baby steps, things that we have encountered the previous week, and anything else that fall into the financial category.  578 more words


"These are the challenges Labour faces" -  Iain McNicol - Labour's General Secretary | LabourList

When I was elected to the post of General Secretary in 2011, one of my top priorities was to finish the process of paying off the £24.5m debt the Labour Party had built up after the 2005 general election, work my predecessor Ray Collins had already made real progress on. 144 more words

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