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January 30, 2019  

Stop Funding Your Adult Child’s Lifestyle

A 2017 study from CreditCards.com found that 74% of parents reported helping adult kids with expenses and debt. But once your child is an adult, there is a difference between lending a hand and providing them with a lifestyle they can’t afford.

For more on this topic, join us on the Compass Catholic blog if you are supporting your adult child financially.

January 23, 2019  

Are Christmas Bills Flooding Your Mailbox?

Christmas spending was fun—lots of gifts, decorations, plenty of food and traveling to see the family. And now the bills are starting to roll in for all the spending fun. Make 2018 be the last year you get into debt for Christmas.

The Compass Catholic blog has more on staying out of debt for Christmas 2019.

January 16, 2019  

Make Financial Resolutions You’ll Keep - Compass

Resolutions are popular on January 1, but by now most of them have been abandoned. Join us on the Podcast for some ideas about how to set resolutions you will actually keep. The key is making them part of a large important life goal and managing the daily activities you need to accomplish so you eventually reach your life goal.

The Compass Catholic blog also has some Bible verses for you to reflect on as work on your financial resolutions.

January 9, 2019  

Your 2019 Financial Plan - Compass Catholic

There are three things you should do to review your 2018 finances and get prepared for 2019:

  • Review your budget in 2018 and make the necessary changes for 2019. Which categories will decrease or increase in the new year?
  • Review where you are on the Compass Money Map. Which destinations are complete and which still have open items?
  • Calculate your Net Worth. Do you owe more than you own? Or is your net worth positive?

The Compass Catholic blog shares more about these three important steps to get ready for a successful financial year in 2019.

January 2, 2019  

Are you Headed for a Financial Disaster?

Financial problems can creep up slowly until they suddenly feel overwhelming. If you have an inkling that your finances are headed for trouble, address the issue as soon as possible to avoid long term financial harm. Join us here and on our blog as we talk about how to handle a looming financial issue. If you are experiencing financial challenges, you’re not alone.