Asset Allocation is the Biggest Investment Decision You’ll Ever Make

I get questions. I get questions about the Bible and money, questions about debt, and questions about investing. Did you know that the questions you ask don’t necessarily get you to the solution you need?  If you ask the wrong question, you’ll get the wrong piece of advice. We tend to think the most important investing questions are: How much should I be saving for … [Read more...]

Using the Time Value of Money to Inspire You to Save

What would you like to save for? A nice retirement? Dream vacation? Capital to start a business? Do you find it difficult to save money? If so, maybe it's because you don't realize the power of saving consistently over time. But once you are able to grasp the power of this, you just might be more willing to make saving a regular habit. What is the Time Value of Money? As one of the most … [Read more...]

5 Steps To Retirement Planning For Young Adults

“Will I have enough for retirement?” is a very difficult question to answer.  Last week I left on a low note by introducing you to the 7 retirement factors you cannot control.  I guess it was probably a little discouraging.  However, I am not advocating you simply throw up your hands and ignore retirement planning.  I am suggesting that the process should be simplified and your time commitment to … [Read more...]