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Get ready for an economic doomsday

Get ready for an economic doomsday

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Kevin Freeman recommends you buy gold, store bottled water in your basement, and get a generator so you can live off the power grid if the United States ever…

College without debt: A commitment in faith

By Matt Bell
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Higher Education | Editor’s note: The average graduate in the college class of 2014 is leaving school with a record debt of $33,000 dollars in school-related loans, according

Web reads: Buy the bigger pizza!

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | NPR’s Planet Money discovers and charts this news you can use: “When you look at thousands of pizza prices from around the U.S., you see that you almost…

Colleges still struggle with questions of relevance

By Tiffany Owens
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Education | Howard University, one of the nation’s most prestigious African-American colleges, is battling financial trouble and “flagging morale,” according to an…

Why banks see pastors as bad credit risks

Why banks see pastors as bad credit risks

By Bill Newton
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Money | “Never loan money to poets, painters, and pastors.” the banker told me. He called it the “Three 'P' Rule.” The first two on the list I understood, but…

The new American dream—living debt-free

The new American dream—living debt-free

By Daniel James Devine
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Culture | Traditionally, the American dream has conjured visions of a well-paid job, a new home, two or three kids playing on a green lawn, and savings for retirement.

Midday Roundup: Throw open the bathroom stall doors

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Bathroom bill. California Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed a bill allowing transgendered students to use any bathroom they want. The bill also allows the…

Lawmakers agree to lower student loan interest rates again

By Elise Grafe
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Education | Congress reached an agreement Wednesday to lower federally subsidized student loan interest rates, at least temporarily. A bipartisan group of senators met…

Warren Buffett to teach giving lessons online

By Andrew Branch
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Education | A free online course that starts today will offer students the chance to learn about giving from Warren Buffett and help decide how to spend at least $100,000…

Book Reviews: Biblical advice on money and facing difficulties

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | 

Sane reading

By David Bahnsen
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Personal Finance | Some classic works are a good guide through today's financial insanity

Lowering the burden

Lowering the burden

By David Bahnsen
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Personal Finance | Actions taken before the end of the year may ease tax pain in April

 
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