Howard Dayton and Steve Moore discuss some of the special challenges faced by our veterans. Then Howard tackles listener questions at 800-525-7000 and MoneyWise@Compass1.org:
- "Should I continue to tithe to my wonderful local church even though our denomination - on a national level - is making decisions that I’m not convinced are biblical?"
- "At what point do I stop putting repair money into my current car and just get a loan for a new car?"
- "I could pull money out of an IRA and pay off my home, but it would put me in a higher tax bracket - should that stop me?"
- "Our credit information was recently compromised through our medical provider - what should we do to safeguard our credit and identity?"
Mentioned on today’s program was ‘Navigating the Mortgage Maze’ (Dale Vermillion) and AnnualCreditReport.com, as well as several audio resources by our host, Howard Dayton: ‘Money and Marriage God’s Way’, ‘Your Money Counts’, ‘Business God’s Way’ and ‘Your Money Map’. And be sure to check out the Compass website for a complete listing of helpful resources and radio archives.
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Featured Resources From MoneyWise
Author Art Rainer has managed to bring an entertaining element to learning about money management. A fun read for ages 8 – 12, this early-reader fiction provides math problems to solve and giving lessons to learn. It gives parents a solid foundation for talking about money principles and things kids like to be grossed out about, like used chewing gum and stinky body odor. Rainer even congratulates readers halfway through and rewards with unusual money facts. An excellent three-book series, The Secret Slide Money Club will bring fun and laughter as the agents race to save their friend from the stinky Albies, agents of Albatross, while learning how to Give, Save & Live God’s way! Request your copy with your gift of $25 or more to MoneyWise. Your generous donation helps expand our outreach to share God’s financial principles with others.