Category: GIVE MONEY

All things to help you give money – including charitable giving, stewardship, gifts, wills and trusts, estate planning, and more!

Why Having Financial Goals Isn’t Enough 2

Why Having Financial Goals Isn’t Enough

This post, “Why Having Financial Goals Isn’t Enough,” is a guest post by Lauren Rilling, a Ramsey Solutions Master Financial Coach and founder of LaurenRilling.com and SaveGiveandSpend.com. Take it away, Lauren! Why Having Financial...

30 Life Lessons I Learned at Age 30 7

30 Life Lessons I Learned at Age 30

The older I become, the faster time passes by and the more I understand how much more I still have to learn. As I reflect on the last year and look forward to turning...

How to Determine Your Financial Priorities 3

How to Determine Your Financial Priorities

Imagine the following scenario. You are down to your final $100 in your checking account, your savings and emergency funds have been wiped clean, and you’re faced with the following obligations: filling up the...

The 7 Best Gift Ideas for Dads and Grads for 2017 2

The 7 Best Gift Ideas for Dads and Grads for 2017

It’s officially June and that means one thing: it’s the time of year to think about gift giving. Undoubtedly, you’ve probably been invited to countless graduation parties and Father’s Day celebrations this month. If...

7 Unmistakable Habits of the Rich 6

7 Unmistakable Habits of the Rich

Our culture is intensely interested in wealth. We have a billionaire president, shows like “The Rich Kids of Beverly Hills” are huge hits, and sometimes it can be tough to tell if you’re watching...

The Secret to Gift Giving (And the Greatest Gift Warren Buffet Almost Never Received) 1

The Secret to Gift Giving (And the Greatest Gift Warren Buffet Almost Never Received)

How do you buy a gift for someone who already has everything they want and need? I encounter this problem every year when shopping for my dad’s birthday gift. He is a low-maintenance, minimalist type...

How to Make the Most of Your Tax Refund 6

How to Make the Most of Your Tax Refund

Tax refund: Next to the words “pay day” and “debt free,” these are my two favorite finance-related words. Whether my annual tax refund is a modest sum or a mid-size windfall, I am always...

Count the Cost (In Remembrance of Grandma) 6

Count the Cost (In Remembrance of Grandma)

Every day is a transaction of sorts. We rise with the currency of time in our possession. How we utilize or spend that time varies greatly from person to person and day to day. When...

Are You Destined to Follow in Your Parents’ Footsteps? 10

Are You Destined to Follow in Your Parents’ Footsteps?

In life, we receive so much from our parents; overall looks, hair color, height, and a host of other genetically-driven predispositions are largely hereditary. Sometimes, we follow in our parents’ footsteps, and sometimes we...

The Benefits of Giving and Generosity 8

The Benefits of Giving and Generosity

As the past few weeks and months have shown, the United States currently run rampant with problems. Racism, violence, misogyny, and bigotry are impossible to ignore, easy to diagnose, and difficult to cure. I believe...