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20249

Church School Breaks Financial Trend for Private Universities

by Samuel Bennett | News from Utah

The College Gap No One Is Talking About Top 10 Schools Return On Investment Over 20 Years Per Dollar Spent ...

20127

Dave Says: What's the Biggest Thing a Family Can Live Without?

by Dave Ramsey | Fun

Dear Dave, In your mind, what’s the biggest thing a family can live without when it comes to getting contro...

20170

4 Powerful & Daunting Warnings About Money and 'Success' From Hugh Nibley

by Whatsoever Is Good | Mormon Life

Our fulfillment should come from being good and doing good. "Those who have something to give to humanity r...

20123

Dave Says: How Can I Be Less Impulsive?

by Dave Ramsey | Mormon Life

Dear Dave, I have a problem with impulse spending. I switched to a debit card so that the money comes strai...

20110

You're Doing Allowance Wrong

by LDS Living | Makes You Think

A recent article * from Slate magazine proclaims “you’re doing allowance wrong.” And it might be right. The...

20097

Church Donates $1.8 Million 'Meet the Mormons' Proceeds to U.S. Non-Profit

by Newsroom | From the Church News from Utah

LDS Charities of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gave a $1.8 million donation to the Americ...

19968

Dave Says: How Much Do I Need to Diversify My Funds?

by Dave Ramsey | Mormon Life

Dear Dave, Is it a good idea not only to diversify among various mutual funds, but also among different com...

20017

3 Financial Musts from the Church's Official Media Channel

by Mormon Channel | News from Utah

These three tips for financial security will bless your life if you choose to apply them. First, if your em...

19893

Dave Says: Are Prepaid Funerals a Good Idea?

by Dave Ramsey | Mormon Life

Dear Dave, My wife passed away last year, and she was just 43-years old. I paid cash for the funeral and al...

19807

Dave Says: Can You Still Buy Fun Things While Getting Out of Debt?

by Dave Ramsey | Mormon Life

Dear Dave, Should you budget for mad money, or just carrying around cash, when you’re trying to get out of ...