Should You Give Only When You Have a Cheerful Heart?

While reading the book Prayer by Richard Foster, I realized that my approach to giving is much like his approach to prayer. Regarding prayer Foster writes: The truth of the matter is, we all come to prayer with a tangled mass of motives – altruistic and selfish, merciful and hateful, loving and bitter. He then goes on to encourage readers to pray where they are (emotionally and … [Read more...]

What To Do When You Have A Late Estimated Tax Payment

I’m a personal finance blogger, but I’m far from flawless. In fact, since I’ve started to write about money, I’ve found it harder to keep up with my own finances. We are often reminded  Don’t Forget To Pay Your Estimated Taxes if You Are Self-Employed.  But, this month I forgot to make my estimated tax payment. The Saga Behind My Late Estimated Quarterly Tax Payment Due to frequent crashes … [Read more...]