Saving money can seem like and overwhelming task, but it is possible if you search for every way possible to cut your costs. It is also important to save with the right attitude. Savings should be used to take of your family. If you are saving with the goal of getting rich, you are like the rich fool we read about in Luke chapter 12.
Set Your House In Order is a 5-week Bible study to help you create, update and organize all your important information (health care surrogate, power of attorney, passwords, advisors, assets, debts, will, insurance, etc.) If there is an accident, illness or death, the most important gift you can give your family is organized information.
Whether you are young or old, married or single, working or retired this Bible study will be helpful to you. Use the “contact us” link to request more information or call us at 844-447-6263.
Now is the time to look at your 2017 financial plan and update it for 2018. If you don’t have a financial plan or aren’t sure where to start, this podcast is for you. To learn more, connect with us via the Compass Catholic ministries website and read the related blog.
Even if they regularly attend Mass, most Catholics don’t fully recognize all that God has to say about money and possessions. Everything we need to know about how to spend, save, give and manage money can be found in over 2,500 verses in the Bible. Discover true financial freedom!
Saving and investing are similar but different. Everybody should be saving AND investing no matter what your income level. Saving helps you build an emergency fund for those unexpected expenses and meet short term goals. Investing helps you work toward long term future goals, such as funding a college account for your children or having enough money to retire.
Both are necessary for a well-balanced financial future.
Read Evelyn’s blog Saving Versus Investing on the Compass Catholic website.