To credit or not to credit? That is the question.

Here at Saving For Hope, we don’t believe that credit is a way of life. What we mean by this,…

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Suitable financial goals: Toddlers to adulthood

Will you tell your 5-year-old to start saving for college? And would you burden your pre-teen with a retirement plan?…

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A Few Words on Poverty: A biblical view?

Since this site is about ‘breaking the Poverty Cycle’, I decided that it is important to say a few things about…

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Breaking Poverty Cycles

For the record, I probably would not believe this story had I not been sitting in the room when it…

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Kids can’t have a ROTH IRA, right? Think again!

My wife and I were mentoring two teenagers at our house one evening. One of the teens grandmother came to…

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Saving, the key to financial independence

Most people think that saving for a rainy day or emergency is something you do ‘just in case’ you have,…

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New House? Congrats! Now start maintaining it!!

One of the greatest advantages of living in our day an age is the internet. Such a vast source of…

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Giant financial lessons in life

As a parent, I always envisioned my kids becoming responsible adults. The challenge, of course, is to make sure that…

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Budgeting: the best forgotten financial tool

Talking to kids about a budget is like asking them to communicate to each other without using the internet, they…

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3 Financial myths that are defeating our young people today.

There are many financial myths out there. However, we had put together a list of these three myths that we…

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