Household Debt Blog Posts

How do you get on top of your finances when you are deep in debt? As you proceed, it seems you are digging one hole to fill another, doesn't it? I believe by God’s grace; these seven steps might help you navigate this challenging path. Continue rea...
by Christian Financial Advice on Oct 21, 2015

Effective Stewardship as You Get out of Debt

How do you get on top of your finances when you are deep in debt? As you proceed, it seems you are digging one hole to fill another, doesn't it? I believe by God’s grace; these seven steps might help you navigate this challenging path. The post Eff...
by Christian Financial Advice on Oct 21, 2015

Effective Stewardship as You Get out of Debt

How do you get on top of your finances when you are deep in debt? As you proceed, it seems you are digging one hole to fill another, doesn't it? I believe by God’s grace; these seven steps might help you navigate this challenging path.The post Effe...
by Christian Financial Advice on Oct 21, 2015

Effective Stewardship as You Get out of Debt

How do you get on top of your finances when you are deep in debt? As you proceed, it seems you are digging one hole to fill another, doesn't it? I believe by God’s grace; these seven steps might help you navigate this challenging path.The post Effe...
by Christian Financial Advice on Oct 21, 2015

Why are Canadians acquiring so much debt and ignoring lessons from the USA’s sub prime debacle? Cheap, easy money is addictive! Besides, history would suggest that when housing prices fall and interest rates rise many people will have no problem us...
by Christian Financial Advice on May 19, 2015

Canadians’ Household Debt Climbing To New Heights

Why are Canadians acquiring so much debt and ignoring lessons from the USA’s sub prime debacle? Cheap, easy money is addictive! Besides, history would suggest that when housing prices fall and interest rates rise many people will have no problem us...
by Christian Financial Advice on May 19, 2015

Canadians’ Household Debt Climbing To New Heights

Why are Canadians acquiring so much debt and ignoring lessons from the USA’s sub prime debacle? Cheap, easy money is addictive! Besides, history would suggest that when housing prices fall and interest rates rise many people will have no problem us...
by Christian Financial Advice on May 19, 2015

Household Indebtedness in Canada Climbing To New Heights

Why are Canadians acquiring so much debt and ignoring lessons from the USA’s sub prime debacle? Cheap, easy money is addictive! Besides, history would suggest that when housing prices fall and interest rates rise many people will have no problem us...
by Christian Financial Advice on May 19, 2015

Keeping Your Business Safe And Secure

The recession has been the cause of a global economic downturn since it began in 2007. Some of the world’s biggest countries and economies have been impacted by the financial crisis and it has caused a knock on effect to the population and the sect...
by Internet Mastery Center Blog on Aug 3, 2013

Quick Personal Financial Self Assessment Checklist

Sometimes folks come to my office and ask if there is a quick way to examine their fundamentals to deal with their finances? They continue: "We just don't seem to be at peace with our finances, especially when we have no debt." Puzzled, usually, I as...
by Christian Financial Advice on May 20, 2013

Canadians’ Personal Finances Fiscal Cliff: Are We There Yet?

Today we hear much talk about the USA’s economy approaching the so called “fiscal cliff.” What about your personal financial affairs? Are you at the cliff as we inch toward 2013?
by Christian Financial Advice on Dec 27, 2012

Canadian Household Debt Level Unsustainable – Primed To Crash

A recent Bank of Montreal report stated that a small interest rate rise would shock 72% of homeowners. Essentially, 72% of the people surveyed can’t afford their own homes. Still, Canadians household debt levels just keep going up. It is primed to...
by Christian Financial Advice on Nov 2, 2012

Achieving Budgets: Three Reasons You Don’t And How To Overcome Them

In over 25 years as a senior executive in a fortune 500 corporation, I participated in all aspects of the budgeting process in departments, divisions, different countries and cultures, and separate corporate entities. I developed, discussed, reviewed...
by Christian Financial Advice on May 27, 2012

Lies, Reckless Spending Is The Formula For Election In Ontario; Forget The Budget!

Politicians lie, cheat, waste taxpayers funds, get reelected and continue the cycle. Some leave after a short time with their mission accomplished; they can collect a full pension. Canada’s federal politicians receive a pension after serving in p...
by Christian Financial Advice on Apr 16, 2012

The DNA Household Finances Strategy

Canadian households need to embrace this DNA Household Strategy as the first step in behavior adjustment, before Canada's impending personal financial crisis wallops many individuals.
by Christian Financial Advice on Mar 29, 2012

Household Debt Ceiling

Americans who want to maintain their standard of living should be careful not to follow the example of Uncle Sam by borrowing beyond their means to repay. But when you get to the point where you are prioritizing the bills, having to make choices abou...
by Pennysaver Blog on Mar 1, 2012
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