Honesty All The Time
Today on MoneyWise, Howard Dayton and Steve Moore give Biblical advice on how to be financially honest all the time. Then they take questions from listeners at 800-525-7000 and MoneyWise@Compass1.org:
- "I am about to retire. I live in PA. I have a retirement pension and would love to know how that is taxed. Any advice?"
- "I own my own home free and clear. I have no credit card debt and have no car payments. I have 30K in the bank. I am retired and live on a very small fixed income. The 30K is for home repairs and emergencies. I have invested 60K with a financial planner. What are the safe places where money can grow?"
- "3M companies is eliminating their pension funds. We have 122K that we need to invest somewhere. Where should we invest this, so we are not taxed the 30% for withdrawing?"
Featured Resources From MoneyWise
Don't be ruled by external financial pressures and circumstances. Our security is not found in money or possessions. A strong foundation for true financial success usually involves a change in perspective rather than in income. Biblical counselor Jim Newheiser's reflection questions and practical exercises, paired with Scripture's wisdom on financial and work-related topics, point you toward fiscal responsibility on earth and treasure in heaven. In this 31-Day Devotional, biblical counselors and Bible teachers guide you through Scripture passages that speak to specific situations and struggles, inspiring you to apply God's Word to your life in practical ways day after day. Request your copy with your gift of any amount to MoneyWise. Your generous donation helps expand our outreach to share God’s financial principles with others.