Category Archives for "Ask Chuck"

Mike Pence’s Money-Saving Marriage Tip

Originally posted on the Christian Post on April 7 To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here. Questions used may be lightly edited for length or clarity. Dear Chuck, Recently, Vice President Mike Pence has come under fire after aWashington Post profile of his wife Karen reported […]

6 Ways to Go Green for St. Patrick’s Day

Originally posted on the Christian Post on March 10 Dear Chuck, Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In thinking about going green, I’m wondering if there are any principles to keep in mind and any ways to go green cheaply? An Irish Wish Dear Irish, You’ve come to the right place! The Bible is the original source for […]

5 Lessons On Gift Taxes from Oprah and Tom Brady

gift taxes lessons from oprah and tom brady

Dear Chuck, After the amazing Super Bowl victory of the New England Patriots and their quarterback Tom Brady, he said that he was going to give the truck he was going to get as MVP to James White for catching all those passes Brady sent his way in the nail-biter of a game. He gave […]

4 Basic Moves for a Booming Stock Market

Originally posted on the Christian Post on March 3 Dear Chuck, Every time I turn on the news, I hear reports about new record highs in the stock market. I have some stock investment, but wondering if I should go bigger. Is there something I should be doing to take advantage of the energy in the […]

3 Surprising Steps to Getting Out of Debt

Originally posted on the Christian Post on February 24.   Dear Chuck, Credit cards are killing me, and it feels like getting a handle on money is some kind of 12-step program. Where do I begin? Feeling Overwhelmed. Dear Overwhelmed, Well, I have some good news and bad news. The good news is that it’s […]

4 Steps to Ask for a Raise

Originally posted on the Christian Post on February 17.   Dear Chuck, I’ve been at my job for a while now, and I know that I make a valuable contribution to my company, but I don’t know how to go about asking for a raise. Employers seem to be able to say vague things about […]

Church vs. Credit Cards

Originally posted on the Christian Post on February 3.   Dear Chuck, I need some help. I am a 50 year-old widow with a teenager at home, and I’m using credit cards to survive, drowning in late fees. I am over extended and miserable. My income cannot support my obligations so I decided to find […]

4 Lessons from the Bible on Dealing with Critical Coworkers

Originally posted on the Christian Post on January 13.   Dear Chuck, I mostly like my job, or at least I don’t mind the work, and I’m grateful for it. But I find that some of my coworkers are really the worst part of my day. They can be critical, mocking, annoying, and I find […]

Ask Chuck: 5 Things To Do When You and Your Spouse Don’t Agree on Christmas Spending

Dear Chuck, My spouse and I are on the opposite sides of Christmas. He’s kind of an Ebenezer Scrooge, doesn’t want to spend any money and thinks most decorating is a waste of time and resources, but I love the excitement of the season, and gift giving is a way I like to show my […]

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