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7 Ways to Reset Your Finances

7 ways to reset your finances

Ever feel like you just hit a wall with your finances? The truth is, no matter how disciplined you are, sometimes we all need to hit reset with our finances. Spring is a season of order, renewal. The longer days, more sunshine, and collective attitude to clean motivates us to make improvements in many areas […]

Ask Chuck: Should I Give or Get Out of Debt?

Ask Chuck: Should I Give or Get Out of Debt?

Dear Chuck, When should we begin tithing? We are currently in ‘the red’ each month, relying on credit cards to fill in small gaps. It will take us a couple of months to adjust and stop living paycheck to paycheck. Currently there is no extra, no savings, etc. If we tithe now, we will have […]

Ask Chuck: Choosing to Live Like You’re Poor

how to live like youre poor

Dear Chuck, I’m in my early twenties and finances are a topic of stress in my life and among my peers. One of my friends, who is about my age, just paid off his mortgage. How is that even possible? Others I know rely solely on credit cards and are in thousands of dollars of […]

7 Rules for True Riches

Most of the financial principles I live by I learned because I was doing it all wrong. For the majority of my young adult life, and well into my marriage, I was focused on all the wrong things. Being a success in the eyes of the world was the most important thing to me. I […]

What Your Debt is Really Costing You (And How to Get Out)

It’s been said that paying off debt is like eating an elephant – it can only be done one bite at a time. Starting the process of becoming debt-free can be overwhelming, and not knowing how or where to start can prevent many people from starting altogether.   But paying off debt, and doing so […]

The #1 Debt-Payoff Tool

God’s word encourages us to live debt-free lives – Romans 13:8 says that we should not leave any debt outstanding, and Proverbs 22:7 reminds us that borrowing makes us like slaves to our lenders. His word is also clear that when we borrow, we are responsible to repay every cent. But when it comes to […]

The Crown Staff’s Favorite Money-Saving Tips

The Crown team makes it a priority to “practice what we preach”, which means that we have an office full of brilliant budgeters, savers, and investors, all serving as faithful stewards, eager to hear the words, “well done, good and faithful servant”. Because our staff is full of creative and practical ideas, we asked them […]

5 Simple Things That Can Have a Big Impact on Your Finances

Have you ever made a little decision that resulted in a BIG impact? I know I have. In 2015 I decided to drink water only for the entire year.  Yes, that’s right…no coffee, tea, juice, soda, smoothies or lattes. Nothing but H2O!  For full disclosure, I made it the entire 365 days, and felt so […]

3 Steps to Develop a Savings Mindset

Have you ever been skiing? I remember teaching each of my 4 sons how to ski. Just getting them all dressed, bundled up, and in their ski boots was enough of a workout for an entire day, but then we actually had to get on the mountain. I’m not sure they could put their arms […]

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