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Apps are a Great Tool for Beginning Investors

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Are you just beginning to think about the future and start an investment strategy? If so, apps are a great way to start on a small and simple scale and we’ve found two apps to get you started.

The Compass Catholic blog has more about a beginning investment strategy, including what you should have in place before investing. The sooner you get started, the more your money will grow over time.

My Budget is Leaking, How do I Fix it?

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Do you find that you run out of money before the end of the month? Your problem may be budget leaks–those items that just make money trickle out before you know it. Join us for ideas about finding those budget leaks so you can fix them.

The Compass Catholic blog has more about how money can escape from holes in your budget.

Navigating Your Finances God’s Way (Crisis, Perspective and Eternity)

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This podcast concludes the overview of the Navigating Your Finances God’s Way nine week Bible study. Today we discuss how to prepare financially for a crisis, even when everything is going well. And we also cover how our perspective on worldly wealth relates to eternity.

The Compass Catholic blog provides more info about this study and the topics related to integrating faith and finances.

Navigating Your Finances God’s Way (Work, Saving and Investing)

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This podcast provides an overview of weeks 6 and 7 of the Navigating Your Finances God’s Way nine week Bible study. The topics are work, saving and investing. Check out previous podcasts for additional info on the other weeks of the study, which are also covered in the Compass Catholic blog.

Transform your life as you experience how faith and finances are related.

Navigating Your Finances God’s Way (Honesty, Generosity and Seeking Godly Counsel)

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The 9-week Compass Catholic Bible study, Navigating Your Finances God’s Way is transformational. It will help you get your finances under control, and make you a better Catholic.

We cover the topics of honesty, generosity and seeking godly counsel when making financial decisions in this podcast, which is contained in weeks 4 and 5 of the study. Stay tuned, weeks 6-9 are covered in the following podcasts.

Also check out our blog to learn more about this amazing study.

Navigating Your finances God’s Way Bible Study (God’s part, Our Part and Debt)

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The 9-week Compass Catholic Bible study, Navigating Your Finances God’s Wayis transformational. It will help you get your finances under control, communicate about finances with your spouse if you are married and make you a better Catholic.

Join us for an overview of the first three weeks (Intro, God’s Part, Our Part and Debt)and learn how to do a major makeover of your finances when you integrate your faith. Stay tuned, weeks 4-9 are covered in the following podcasts.

Also check out our blog to learn more about this amazing study.

How to avoid financial infidelity

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When you get married, you don’t say you will share all financial aspects of your life with your spouse—but maybe you should. Nothing will ruin a marriage faster than hiding financial details from each other. Our podcast will suggest ways to break down those walls that are ruining your marriage and causing a rift between you.

Also check out our blog for more ways to share your finances with your spouse.

Ways to save BIG on your wedding

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When planning your wedding, it is so easy to get drawn into spending big bucks for everything under the sun, and those items may or may not be important to you.  Join us for money saving tips on having a beautiful wedding by focusing on what is most important to you and your fiancée.

Also check out our blog for more about ways to save on your wedding.

Signs That You Are Financially Stable

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No debt no past due bills, no worries about your financial future.  Sounds like heaven, doesn’t it? Listen in and learn the 22 signs of being financially stable. How do you measure up?

Also check out our blog for more about being financially stable.