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13 Ways to Save For Your Emergency Fund

One of the best ways to break out of the debt cycle is to have an emergency savings fund to cover unexpected expenses.  This way, when your car breaks down or the refrigerator quits working, you won’t need to rely on credit cards or bank loans to cover the expense.We recommend saving $1,000 in your […]

God is Faithful Daily Devotional

You’ll find how applying practical, biblical principles can transform your finances…and every area of your life. Chuck and Larry deliver hope to you and your family in this inspirational collection of 365-daily devotionals. Learn to be a wise steward of your resources and discover biblical insights for giving, debt, money, and investing. GET MY DAILY […]

Do-It-Yourself Financial Renovation Guide

The DIY Financial Renovation guide can help you completely fix your finances. This guide contains practical truths for handling money God’s way. It will provide you with:10 Steps to Financial FreedomKeys to living within your meansSteps to making a spending plan6 steps to becoming debt-freeEveryday money-saving tips DOWNLOAD  

Crown Calculators

The Crown Calculators below are extremely popular and helpful when it comes to good financial decision making.  Many of these financial calculators also include helpful charts and graphs for visualizing your individual results.Best of all, our Crown Calculators are always free to use! Debt Snowball CalculatorThis calculator shows you how to accelerate your debt payoff […]

Fillable Forms & Worksheets

From simple tasks like balancing your checkbook, to more complicated ones like developing a plan for getting out of debt, Crown has worksheets that make the job easier. Use these PDF forms with fillable fields that you can download and save to your computer.Checkbook LedgerHave you run out of check registers? Or, maybe you just […]

Spending Guides

How many times has your check already been spent by the time payday comes around? (Making ends meet can be difficult, especially on a modest income.) Perhaps you are doing well: the bills are paid and there is plenty left over. How should you invest your abundance? Regardless of your household income or the size of your […]