It’s easy to get discouraged when you’re trying to manage your money wisely. Maybe you’re hit by an unexpected bill, or that bonus you were counting on doesn’t come through. Then the thought creeps in: can I really trust God to provide? On this edition of MoneyWise, Rob West and Steve Moore discuss what it means when we say that “God will provide.”
Next, they answer your questions at (800) 525-7000 and email@example.com about the following:
- If you're about 5 years from retirement, trying to build a passive income stream with rental homes and paying a lot into your retirement account, should you consider re-allocating to pay off the rentals more quickly.
- Is it ever appropriate to spend money on increasing your quality of life like putting in a new kitchen or taking an expensive vacation?
- If a debt was sent to a collections agency, does that mean that the collections agency bought the debt and that you're no longer responsible for that debt?
- What’s the difference between Sound Mind Investing and the Timothy Plan?
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