Personal Finance Weekly Roundups

by Joe on March 12, 2010

I think juggling stuff makes life interesting although it can be stressful at times. This week has been a great and a busy one too; oh,  and i also wanted to mention that i will be completing my graduate program in two months and i am really excited. I am excited about many things two of them are:

  1. I have learned a lot of stuff and i will be writing about this sometime.
  2. We did not incur any student debt for my graduate program – wooow!!

As i mentioned, it’s been great exciting week in PF blogsphere and here are some of the great reads this week that i wish to highlight.

PF by the book Seven Ways God Works Through Our Finances
Joe reminds us how God can use our finances if we let Him do it.

Bible Money matters In Debt And Cannot Repay? Tips To Work With Debt Collectors
Jason  outlines what you can do if you have to to deal with collection agencies.

Pfjourney Manners & Money Series
Lakita is still on these very exciting series Go check them out and share your thoughts

Christianpf Premarital Financial Counseling: Questions To Ask
Again Joe writes on great stuff for married and couples planning get married.

Enemy of debt Manage Your Money Week 2
Brad – talks about Teamwork, Accountability, and Kids and how they all correlate to achieve financial success.

Good financial cents How to Save Money When Moving Your House
Jeff – shares some day to day insights on how to save money if you’re moving from one location to another.

Cash money life Financial Risk Test
Ryan – outlines several financial risk analysis that you need to perform to see how you are standing financially.

Money help for Christians Christians, Is Money Really Neutral and Amoral?
Craig – brings to us a big discussion about the nature of money.

 Enjoy your weekend.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Lakita (PFJourney) March 12, 2010 at 1:24 pm

Thanks for the include! Writing the series has been fun!


Joe March 12, 2010 at 2:17 pm

You are welcome Lakita! I am enjoying reading them.


Ryan March 12, 2010 at 2:55 pm

Thanks for the mention, Joe. 🙂


Joe Plemon March 12, 2010 at 3:42 pm

Completing your graduate program in two months…with NO debt! Way to go!
Also, thanks for the mention.


Joe March 12, 2010 at 4:44 pm

@ Ryan – You are welcome. We do risks analysis for other projects.. but most often never do that for individual finances. Thank for that great post.

@Joe – Yea! No debt incurred for the program.. paid it all, and we are really excited. Keep those great articles rolling.


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