Business priorities

Good business planning must involve setting priorities and working on the most important ones first. In the area of money, that is called budgeting. Business budgeting is the process of allocating available resources among a variety of possible expenditures. If a company sells a product or service, it needs a system of budgeting and billing […]

Tips for saving energy

The information in this article is taken from the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network of the U.S. Department of Energy. In the United States, Daylight Saving Time begins for those participating at 2:00 A.M. on the second Sunday of March. At 2:00 A.M. on the first Sunday of November, most of the U.S. reverts […]

Medical care for aging baby boomers

Medicare is a government-sponsored health insurance program for most people who are 65 or older, although some disabled people under the age of 65 also may qualify. Individuals 65 or older who don’t qualify for Medicare can still receive it by paying a monthly premium, which is generally adjusted yearly according to age and medical […]

20 Major Advantages of Investing in Mutual Funds

by Austin Pryor for Sound Mind Investing Mutual funds offer many benefits that can make your investing program easier and safer. Here are 20 of their major advantages. Advantage #1: Mutual funds can reduce the anxiety of investing. Most investors constantly live with a certain amount of anxiety and fear about their investments because they […]

Putting critical papers in order

What would happen if you were injured in an automobile accident, incapacitated by a stroke, or the victim of an airplane crash? Would your family be able to find the information they need to handle your affairs? For most Americans the answer would be, “No!” Most people put off until too late organizing important documents […]

Identity theft

What is identity theft? James E. Bauer, deputy assistant director of the Office of Investigations for the U.S. Secret Service said, “Ready or not, here it comes: identity takeover fraud has come into its own and promises not to go away until significant changes evolve in the manner and methods by which personal identifiers are […]

Choosing the right vocation

A survey in Business Week magazine reported that only one out of six Americans is content with his or her job. That means that nearly 83 percent are dissatisfied. The most consistent complaint was a lack of fulfillment or long-term purpose. Certainly, many Christians also fall within this large group of dissatisfied, fearful workers. Why? Primarily because their […]

Government giving gets Robin Hood all wrong

By Chuck Bentley—WashingtonTimes.com—Monday, December 24, 2012 Killing incentive to give will hurt the poor, not the rich. A fundamental misunderstanding of the Robin Hood legend in the current discussion of tax policy undergirds a mistaken idea, too rarely evaluated—that hurting the “rich” helps the “poor.” Right now, this is played out in proposals to reduce […]

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