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3 Tips for Dealing with College Debt

Dear Chuck, It’s back to school time for many families, but my children are finishing college and newly graduated, so I’m less concerned now that they have a diploma– and more worried about the debt they accumulated – the nasty student loan kind of debt.. Do you have any advice for my family and me? […]

NEVER Take Out This Kind of Loan

Originally posted at Christian Post August 26, 2016. Dear Chuck,  What is your view of payday lending? It seems like Crown would have some insight on the perils of such loans and whether there are alternative ways to secure a “small-dollar loan” such as through church lending clubs, or some other means. Considering my options Dear Considering, […]

Mortgages: Refinancing vs Recasting

refinancing recasting mortgage

Dear Chuck, My husband and I own a home and are trying to decide if we should change our mortgage to get in better financial health. I read recently about “recasting” a mortgage, which sounds a lot like a fishing term! Is that something worth considering? We’ve been looking into refinancing. What is the difference? […]

Do You Feel Like You Are Slowing Drowning in Debt?

Originally posted at Christian Post August 12, 2016. Dear Chuck, I have a rather unique problem; I feel like I’m drowning in debt, but I’m told I’m not in deep enough to get help! I have a car payment with 14 months left. I have four credit cards that I make payments on, but I’m finding it […]

Lessons from Dallas Cowboy’s Running Back and His $2 Car

Originally posted at Christian Post July 29, 2016. Dear Chuck, I was intrigued by a story I saw recently about the Dallas Cowboy’s running back, Alfred Morris, who signed a $3.5 million deal on top of more than $3 million he made playing for the Washington Redskins, and yet he still drives a 1991 Mazda 626 he […]

3 Tips on Money & Divorce from Baywatch

Originally posted at Christian Post July 15, 2016. Dear Chuck, I saw recently that the former Baywatch star David Hasselhoff headed to court to try and challenge the judicial order to pay his ex-wife $21K a month in alimony. I’ve read his assets went from $1.2 million in the bank to $600 after his divorce. What happened […]

3 Ways to Recover From Mistakes at Work

Originally posted at Christian Post July 08, 2016. Dear Chuck,  I’m embarrassed to say that I really messed up at work. I’m not sure what to do next, and I’m wondering how to win back the good will of my employer. Is it possible to resurrect a reputation at work?  Weeping over Work Dear Weeping, The answer […]

Founding Fathers Advice on Debt

Originally posted at Christian Post June 24, 2016. Dear Chuck,  With the Fourth of July coming up, I’ve been thinking that the Founding Fathers would roll over in their graves if they knew the kind of debt America is in. Time magazine recently reported that “Most critics of the (national) debt cite the fact that at $19 trillion, the […]

Does God Require Fathers to be the Breadwinners?

Dear Chuck, As we celebrate Father’s Day this weekend, it seems to me that today’s dads are under pressure of all kinds as well as having to endure being the butt of the joke too much of time. Father may not always know best, but Hollywood makes dads appear weak, stupid and clueless. What kind […]

5 Things Jesus Wants to See On Your Resume

Dear Chuck, For so many of us looking for work, the first step always seems to be to get a resume together. Do you have any tips for me on what makes a good resume and on any advice from the Bible for putting my best foot forward? Writing a Resume … Again   Dear […]