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Navigating the Health Insurance Maze 

By: Connor Smith Health insurance – it’s one of those topics that college students often overlook until they’re in a pinch. However, understanding the basics of health insurance, especially when offered through your employer, can make a world of difference in your financial and physical well-being. In this guide, we’ll break down the fundamentals, discuss…

Right Financial Lifestyle for a Christian With Ron Blue

From Faith & Finance with Rob West Check out this amazing episode with Ron Blue & Rob West Episode Summary Are you living a Christian lifestyle with your finances? And what is that, exactly? It’s not about how much or how little you have. Living a Christian lifestyle means you have the right attitude about…

The Power of Passive Investing

By: Andrew Neipp Introduction The terms “active” and “passive” investing are frequently used in the financial industry. While passive investors use a more laid-back strategy, active investors regularly buy and sell stocks to outperform the stock market. Simply put, passive investors make investments in S&P 500-style market-tracking funds. They opt for investments in index funds,…

Student Loans/Financial Aid/Scholarships

By: Jock Zollinger Student Loans: Establishing what you should know about your student loans  So, you want to go to college? That’s great! Awesome even! The best reason for going to college is the hope that you will get a degree and then get a job in that said degree. Pretty simple, right? I wish….

Managing Debt: The Debt Avalanche vs. The Debt Snowball 

By: Emma VanGorder Debt can be a daunting concept to grasp and an intimidating problem to solve. Scripture warns against dangers of spending money that is not really ours; it even compares this to slavery. Proverbs 22:7 says, “The rich rules over the poor and the borrower is slave to the lender (ESV).” Ouch! However,…

Getting SMART About Our Goals

By: Jack Pizor, Graduate Student Assistant, CFL Coach Rewinding 9 short months ago, over 150 million Americans embarked on the new year, armed with goals, dreams, and motivation to make the year ahead something extraordinary. These resolutions typically sound something along the lines of “Read through the Bible in a year,” “Lose 25 pounds,” or…

Dependence on God Builds a Firm Financial Foundation

A FaithFi article by Carolyn Calupca Christian Author Lynn Cowell reminds us that, “When we build our lives upon Jesus, even when the most severe trials come our way, we will stand.” Jesus is the firm foundation for the Christian life, including finances, and dependence on God helps us stand firm through any financial storms….

You vs. The Federal Reserve

By Holden Foster Introduction:  The Federal Reserve serves as the central bank of the United States, responsible for regulating financial markets and setting interest rates. While its importance may not be immediately evident, the Federal Reserve has a profound influence on your life, particularly if you carry student loans. In fact, its impact outweighs that…

What Should I Do With My Life?

By Ethan McCutchen Has anyone ever told you, “God is going to use you in amazing ways?”… This statement is true, However, when the moment arrives to make a concrete career choice, we frequently overlook the reality of such an important decision. There are thousands of occupations in the world that are further broken down…

Estate Planning

What is Estate Planning and Why should I Care about it? By Logan Young Estate planning. This is a financial planning component that is often misunderstood and carries a lot of questions… What is it? Do I need to be doing anything now? When should I start developing an estate plan? While this is often…

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