Thinking About the Unthinkable

                If you want to be fondly remembered, you need to think about the unthinkable before it happens.

Life is uncertain, and your first duty is to your family. Here are some things you can do before the unthinkable happens.


If something happens to you, your family will need money to help replace your income. Most young families can easily afford…

Obamacare Reprieve is Over

               Another round of Obamacare disruption to your Health insurance is on the way.
                You may recall the uproar which happened last year when the President’s promise that you could keep your health plan was exposed as a lie. To avoid the outrage, many individual and employer plans were given a one year delay in the Obamacare complianc…

Be Ready

This winter is predicted to be one of the worst we’ve seen, while terrorists and deadly plagues seem to have been let loose in the land.
 Disasters, natural and man made, are a part of life. With a little planning, you can be ready:

1. You can’t prepare for Armageddon. But you should be ready if the lights go out and the banks go down for a few weeks.

2. Credit cards may not work and…

Single Parents

            The number of single parents has grown dramatically over the last thirty year
            Unfortunately, it’s still the most difficult job in the world.

Some Tips

1. For those who are under 21 and did not graduate from High School, single parenthood is the highway to generational poverty. Take the exit marked “Education” and you can begin…

Bankruptcy Life Line

            With the Federal Government and many states and cities drowning in debt, we thought this would be a good time to throw a life line to people drowning in debt.

So let’s talk about bankruptcy.

1. Our Bankruptcy laws trace back to the Biblical requirement that Hebrew lenders forgive borrowers every 7 years (See Deuteronomy 15:1-8). Since God invented  bankruptcy,…

The Value of Adversity

      Motivational writer Napoleon Hill did a study of the richest men in early 20th century America to see what caused them to succeed. He found that the only thing they had in common was overcoming a crushing adversity.
            Modern writers are also discovering the value of adversity, and it is important not to lose sight of its value when suffering through financia…

Build Your Life First

We recently saw a newspaper column by a prominent financial writer advising someone not to use his retirement savings to buy a home, but to wait until he had paid off his other debts.

We couldn’t disagree more.

We do agree that paying off debt is an important goal. It is just not the only goal. What you really want to do is build your life on a solid financial foundation and move into…

Labor Day Warning

 Next Monday, September 1, we celebrate a holiday set aside to honor working men and women, Labor Day.

The truth is, however, that our middle class of working people has been dishonored. The American Economic Engine seems to have gone into reverse, with middle class income dropping and labor participation rates falling. Sure, there were 2.4 million jobs created in the 3 years after…

Debt and Slavery

             This week is the sad anniversary of the introduction of slavery into the U.S. in 1619.
            Slavery, like its modern cousins socialism and communism, represents an extreme manifestation of the Money System where all of a person’s labor is taken by the Money System. The slave trade was infamous for kidnapping people through warfare or other violence.

Flying Solo

A pilot’s first solo flight is a big moment in his life. Your financial solo is a great moment in yours.

Some tips for the Journey.


1. You can be single without being solitary. Family, friends, co workers, and Church can  help you stay balanced financially and otherwise.

2. Don’t despise small beginnings. Most good jobs require a period of underpaid hard work as t…