Debt

What The Bible Teaches Us about Financial Obligations and Responsibility

By Cliff Dansby Contributing Author Money, everyone says, is “the root of all evil”. Many Christians and non-Christians alike misquote this teaching from the apostle Paul in the New Testament book of 1 Timothy. However, it’s the love of money and its misuse that leads to evil, problems and behaviors that sadden God. Christians are asked to responsibly use money. Many…

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No credit card debt in 21 months

You can have no credit card debt in 21 months. If you have a strong FICO score, you should look into applying for a Citi Similipcity Card. This card offers 21 months of no interest payments on balance transfers or new purchases. This means that you could either pay off your credit card debt or make significant progress on paying…

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MONEY

Money Types

I am currently reading, “The Seven Money Types” by Tommy Brown. I am really enjoying the book. This is a brief description from the author’s site about the book: In The Seven Money Types, Rev. Tommy Brown leads you on a journey of personal discovery as he reveals the seven money types found in Scripture, helps you identify the type that best…

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“US”

“US” by Paul Genova (“Mr. Paul Genova has been President and Chief Operating Officer of Wireless Telecom Group Inc. since June 30, 2016. I haven’t said too much about this election since the start…but this is how I feel…. I’m noticing that a lot of people aren’t graciously accepting the fact that their candidate lost. In fact you seem to…

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BORROWING

House Fever

Have you experienced house fever? House fever occurs when you cannot wait to buy a house. You might be newly married or a young single professional. You have friends and parents urging you to buy a house. They say things such as, “Why are you paying someone else’s mortgage? You are throwing your money away by renting.” Or a myriad…

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Fannie Mae’s HomeReady Program

Fannie Mae (FNMA/OTC) has introduced HomeReady™ mortgage. This program is aimed to allow low and moderate income individuals access to an affordable, sustainable mortgage. While this program is not yet available, Fannie Mae will provide additional details to lenders in the coming weeks through a Selling Guide announcement. Lenders who use Desktop Underwriter® will be automatically advised of potentially eligible loans and fully leverage…

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