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January 27, 2021  

Getting Ready for the Upcoming Tax Season with Matt Marcoux, CFP

Taxes can be a daunting topic. In this week's episode, Matt  Marcoux, CFP, breaks down what to expect in the upcoming tax season. You know someone is good at what they do when they can take a complicated topic and make it simple. A big thank you to Matt for doing just that!

Today's guiding principle is from Romans 13: 6-7. "This is why you also pay taxes, for the authorities are ministers of God, devoting themselves to this very thing. Pay to all their dues, taxes to whom taxes are due, toll to whom toll is due, respect to whom respect is due, honor to whom honor is due."

To learn more about Compass Catholic Ministries, please visit https://CompassCatholic.org.

Matt Marcoux, CPA, is the co-founder of Candor Path Financial.

 

Compass Catholic Ministries does not endorse or recommend any financial goods, products, or services.

 

December 16, 2020  

Financial Tips for Young Adults

Compass Catholic Ministries recently partnered with Young Catholic Professionals to offer discounts on Compass Catholic Bible studies to new YCP members. In this Compass Catholic Podcast episode, Caitlyn and Diana provide financial tips to young adults. Do you have a tip to share? Email us at Podcast@CompassCatholic.org. Do you want to find out where you are on the Money Map? Visit Compass Catholic's website and find out! 

To find out more about Young Catholic Professionals, visit https://www.youngcatholicprofessionals.org

Sign up for a Faith & Money Matters Bible study online! Go to https://compasscatholic.org/product-category/online-courses/

 

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October 28, 2020  

Financial Discipleship: A Conversation with Aaron Munoz

Aaron Munoz (DollarsandSaints.com) joins Caitlyn and Diana to discuss the term "Financial Discipleship." What does it mean? How can we make this form of discipleship actionable in our daily lives? Aaron discusses how daily habits and a systematic approach to giving, saving, and spending can grow our faith lives as well as improve our personal finances.

You can read Aaron's blog, "Dollars and Saints" at https://dollarsandsaints.com

To learn about Compass Catholic and sign up for an upcoming Bible study, please visit https://CompassCatholic.org

 

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August 21, 2020  

Money Stories: Teaching Teens About Money With Spiritual Cents

We’re excited to announce our Bible study for teens-Spiritual Cents!

When writing this study, we wanted to make sure it would resonate with teens. To help us with, we brought in a consultant: a 13 year old named Bryan.  In this week’s episode of Money Stories, we talk to Bryan about teens and money. He talks about what he learned by working on this project and why he thinks adults need to have money conversation with the teens in their lives. (Full disclosure-Bryan is Caitlyn’s son!) Bryan also takes over the interview and asks Caitlyn and Diana questions about money. No money topic is off limits!

Use this link to purchase your teen's copy of Spiritual Cents: https://compasscatholic.org/product/spiritual-cents-teen/

To learn more about Compass Catholic Ministries, please visit:

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June 19, 2020  

Cybersecurity and Faith with Aaron Munoz

Aaron Munoz is the creator and author of DollarsandSaints.com. He's also in the field of cybersecurity. In this episode of Money Stories, Aaron not only gives our listeners tips to protect their finances, but he also shares how he found how his career can be used to build the kingdom of God. 

"If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music, or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will pause to say, here lived a great street sweeper who did his job well." -Martin Luther King

In Compass Catholic's Faith & Money Matters Bible Study, you are given the opportunity to explore how your career fits into the God's kingdom. If you have not yet participated, you can register for an online class at www. CompassCatholic.org.

Compass Catholic Ministries:  www.CompassCatholic.org

Dollars and Saints Blog: www.DollarsandSaints.com

Cyber Securing Your Finances in Five Steps: https://dollarsandsaints.com/2020/03/20/cyber-securing-your-finances-in-five-steps/

Young Catholic Professionals: www.youngcatholicprofessionals.org

 

 

June 5, 2020  

Money Stories: Put Your Money Where Your Heart Is with Matt and Jenny Brady

Matt and Jenny Brady were a young couple with successful careers. After participating in a Bible study regarding the link between their financial behavior and their finances, Matt and Jenny made the decision to change their financial habits. By following the Compass Catholic Money Map, they paid their large student loan debt and were better equipped to live their current vocation as parents to three young children.

For more information about Compass Catholic Ministries, please visit www.CompassCatholic.org.

For the Compass Catholic Map, please visit https://compasscatholic.org/compass-money-map/

 

 

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April 24, 2020  

Money Stories: Pursuing Financial Independence with Brent and Amy Jones

You may have heard of the FIRE Movement either on social media or in the news. FIRE stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early. Brent and Amy Jones are a young couple with young children. In this episode of Money Stories, Brent and Amy talk about their pursuit of financial independence and how they balance their family's needs, generosity, and their financial goals.

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April 22, 2020  

The Stock Market - A Godly Perspective

Watching the stock market going up and down can cause stress, tension and anxiety.  Yet there is nothing we can do about it.  And you haven’t really lost any money until you pull the money out of the market. Until then, it’s just a number on paper.

Instead of stressing over what you can’t control, try meditating on 1 Timothy 6:7-8, “For we brought nothing into the world, just as we shall not be able to take anything out of it. If we have food and clothing, we shall be content with that.”

The Compass Blog has more on putting the stock market gyrations into perspective.

April 10, 2020  

Money Stories: Building A Business with John and Jaclyn Kennedy

When John Kennedy decided to leave the firm he was with and start his own business, he knew that decision would impact his family, financially and otherwise. In this episode of Money Stories, John and Jaclyn Kennedy share how they navigated this decision as a family and lessons learned along the way.

March 25, 2020  

Money Decisions for Your Marriage

Money can destroy a marriage.

All the assumptions and experiences of the way your family used and managed money come into your marriage. Each spouse was raised in a different environment, so no two people come into a marriage thinking exactly the same way as their spouse on any issue, most especially money. And that difference can mean disaster.

Learn how to tackle those important money decisions as a team in this podcast and the Compass Catholic blog

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