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Money Roundup: 3 Financial Benefits of Working a Few More Years, Why Some Very Smart Investors Went Bankrupt, and More

Here's our weekly Roundup (posted a day early this week to make way for tomorrow's end-of-month updates for the DAA and Sector Rotation strategies):
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What Does It Mean to Invest With a “Sound Mind?”

Have you ever wondered why SMI founder Austin Pryor named the company based on 2 Timothy 1:7? I certainly did. When I joined SMI in 2012, I had been involved in stewardship ministry for over 20 years, yet had never heard
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Money Roundup: Retirement Planning in High School, Ignoring the News, and More

Here's our last-weekend-before-Labor-Day collection of interesting articles on investing, personal finance, and stewardship. (We're posting a day early to make way for tomorrow's end-of-the-month premium-strategies
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Foundational Pillars of Christian Stewardship

The Bible has a lot to say about money. With more than 2,350 verses devoted to it, it’s one of the most heavily discussed topics in Scripture. Obviously, all of those verses are important, or they wouldn’t be included in
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Money Roundup: Unintended Early Retirement, Kingdom Economics, and More

Here's our latest collection of interesting reads on investing, personal finance, and stewardship.
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Money & Marriage: It Takes More Than a Spreadsheet

While preparing to do some teaching at my local church about managing money effectively as a couple, my research reminded me once again why money is often such a divisive issue between spouses. Study after study shows that
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Money Roundup: The Big Upside of Working 1 More Year, Not Watching Your Garden Grow, and More

Here's our latest collection of interesting articles on investing, personal finance, and stewardship:
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Money Roundup: A New Salvo in the Free-ETF Battle, First-Half Returns for 2018, and More

Summertime is in full swing! So relax, grab an iced tea, and enjoy this collection of worthwhile reads on investing, personal finance, and stewardship.
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Remembering Larry Burkett

A friend of mine died 15 years ago today — July 4, 2003: Larry Burkett. From the mid-1970s until his death nearly 30 years later, Larry was the nation's premier teacher on the topic of Christian financial discipleship.
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God’s Will for Your Finances

God’s purpose for us as His children is often frustrated by our preoccupation with money — making it, spending it, investing it and accumulating it. This article by the late financial teacher Larry Burkett focuses on the
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