From the monthly archives:

June 2010

Every Tuesday, I will post a link roundup of articles I’ve found while researching the Internet. I’ve partnered with several Bible based personal finance blogs, and we are in the midst of hosting GRABBBER, that is Giveaway Reaching All Bible Based Blog Readers. The concept is simple, perform actions to gain entry points, at the […]

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….well, before I get to that, those that follow this blog via RSS or the newsletter may remember subtle allusions to upcoming life changes and announcements later this year. Those that keenly follow my weekly round-ups may have noticed a pattern for me highlighting articles that had to do with pre-martial money issues, money management […]

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Welcome to GRABBBR! What is GRABBBR, (pronounced “grabber”)? It stands for Giveaway Reaching All Bible Based Blog Readers If you are a personal finance enthusiast, you probably already know that there are TONS of quality bloggers out there offering stellar financial advice. What you may or may not know is over the last few years, […]

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Several years ago, if you were out and about and needed access to a phone number you had two options: Call a friend and have them look it up for you Dial 411 to get the information you need from directory services While the first option is certainly the frugal approach, it may wear on […]

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Normally I post link round-ups on Tuesdays, however, yesterday I had the privilege to host the 262nd Edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance. I labeled it to 80s TV edition! Take a journey down memory lane with this video from a popular 80s sitcom, then head over to the carnival to read all the […]

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It is my distinct pleasure to host the 262nd edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance. As always with CoPF, there were plenty of GREAT submissions. It’s always hard to pick which ones to publish, but here they are…with some 80s TV pop culture sprinkled in between for nostalgia! I tried to include articles submitted […]

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I recently wrote about GAP insurance, so if you are unfamiliar with what GAP is, I recommend reading that article first! If you find yourself in a position where you need to file a GAP claim (financed vehicle is underwater and totaled), you need to keep up with paperwork or be prepared to chase it […]

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Finding your benefits with a VA Loan

by Mike on June 16, 2010

This is a guest post from Adam Gibson, author of Accrued Interest, a popular financial world blog. Check out Accrued Interest for the latest on the bond market, treasuries, mortgages and other financial news. With World War II still raging, the U.S. government created a unique home lending program to help spur home ownership among […]

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What’s Been Going On

by Mike on June 14, 2010

Hello fellow Journeymen and Women! I know its been quiet around here so I wanted to get you up to speed on what’s been going on. Last week I had the opportunity to teach at a retreat in “Fabulous Las Vegas”. It was an honor and a privilege to do so. Coming back to the […]

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Calculating Mortage

by Mike on June 9, 2010

The below article has been written by Samantha Baralena of MortgageFit Community. This article describes the basis of calculating mortgage. Mortgage is calculated as a range in between favorable and competitive interest rates. Ideally a borrower should shop around various mortgage lenders in order to avail a mortgage solution which aligns to his or her […]

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I’ve been a busy bee! I didn’t mean to take a vacation from writing, it just sort of happened as I got caught up with preparing to move and last week’s ministry assignment in Las Vegas. I’m also studying for an exam so that is taking up lots of my time! I hope to return […]

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