December 27, 2017
There aren’t too many ways to get your money under control. It all boils down to keeping track of what you spend, spending less than you earn, having an emergency fund, and finding ways to economize.
Even though getting your finances under control is simple, it’s not easy. It takes discipline, hard work and commitment. You may dream about being debt free, but what are you doing today to make that dream a reality? If you make progress every day, those dreams will come true.
To help you manage finances from a faith perspective, you can access the eBook version of Your Money Counts for free and it will help you focus on what is truly important. For more information, call us at 844-447-6263 or fill out the contact form on the Compass Catholic website.
Read Evelyn's Blog for more on this topic: Dreaming and Doing are Two Different Things
December 20, 2017
The God Marriage & Money book from Compass Catholic is specifically designed for couples who are engaged to be married. Most engaged couples spend more time discussing the flavor of their wedding cake than talking about their finances. Yet finances are something you’ll deal with every day of your married lives, and financial differences are one of the leading causes of divorce.
This book has everything you need to have an open and honest discussion about finances before the wedding! God Marriage & Money is available in both hardcopy and eBook formats. This is a perfect resource if you (or a friend or family member) is engaged or newly married.
Read Evelyn’s Blog: God Marriage & Money.
December 13, 2017
When it comes to your personal finances, have you been totally honest with yourself or are you fooling yourself by confusing needs and wants? Do you think more money will make you happy? Have you convinced yourself that you don’t make enough to give or save?
All of these little lies you tell yourself can justify handling money in a way that does not honor God.
Read Evelyn’s Blog: Are You Being Honest With Yourself? To learn more about how you may be hiding money problems.
December 6, 2017
Before you drive yourself crazy with Christmas spending, it’s time make a financial plan for the season so you can stay out of debt.
Take some time before your spending spree starts to go through the following steps and keep some sense of sanity in Christmas spending this year. You will thank yourself when the bills start arriving in January
Read Evelyn's blog: Avoid Holiday Spending Stress for ways to avoid holiday spending stress and learn more about the resources available from Compass Catholic Ministries.