Financial: Advice to Seniors-Elderly-Retiring?

What to do after Retirement?

Financial Security for Seniors with Bank On Yourself

Dave Ramsey: “Work”, Go to “low-turn” over “mutual fund”. “Walk daily with the Prince of Peace…Christ Jesus”

Suze’s Favorite Retirement Plans | Suze Orman – YouTube

401K (22K max) > Roth IRA (can take out anytime w/o any penalties..max 500) > Traditional IRA

Pension

How To Value My Pension? – YouTube

Before Retirement

How Much Retirement Do I Need? – YouTube

Seniors to Seniors: Advice From Retired Professionals – YouTube

Retiring right on $3,500 a month

Retiring by 55?

Three Ways to Retire by Age 55

Don’t Waste Your Money: Why retiring at age 55 or 60 can be very costly

Retiring by 40?

I Want To Retire At 40 So I Don’t Have To Work – YouTube

Professor Savings professorsavings.com

Hobbies-Leisure-“Active”

Retiree Tips: Pursuing Life After Retirement
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“..After retiring, he went back to college as an adult. While he didn’t have specific goals in continuing his education, his love of storytelling led him to creative writing. ..”

Caregivers-Children

Caring for Elderly Parents While Keeping Your Money on Track daveramsey.com

GLOBAL

The Retirement Trap | Al Jazeera World

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Deep Thought: How much to “give”?

Sal: I didn’t start “tithing” or giving an offering to my local church until my college days (it wasn’t 10%, but whenever I swore-that’s another blog..lol!) when I became a “Christian”. I really never was taught on this topic from a Biblical perspective. It took me awhile to start giving 10% and knowing it’s the Lord’s as He owns everything anyways. It’s like giving it “back” to Him showing Him our gratitude of His blessings…

Bible

What does the Bible say about Christian tithing? Should a Christian tithe? .gotquestions.org
“…Tithing is an Old Testament concept. The tithe was a requirement of the Law in which the Israelites were to give 10 percent of the crops they grew and the livestock they raised to the tabernacle/temple (Leviticus 27:30; Numbers 18:26; Deuteronomy 14:24; 2 Chronicles 31:5). In fact, the Old Testament Law required multiple tithes—one for the Levites, one for the use of the temple and the feasts, and one for the poor of the land—which would have pushed the total to around 23.3 percent. Some understand the Old Testament tithe as a method of taxation to provide for the needs of the priests and Levites in the sacrificial system.

After the death of Jesus Christ fulfilled the Law, the New Testament nowhere commands, or even recommends, that Christians submit to a legalistic tithe system. The New Testament nowhere designates a percentage of income a person should set aside, but only says gifts should be “in keeping with income” (1 Corinthians 16:2). Some in the Christian church have taken the 10 percent figure from the Old Testament tithe and applied it as a “recommended minimum” for Christians in their giving. ..”
What Does the Bible Say About Giving 10 Percent? – OpenBible.info openbible.info
What Does the Bible Say About Tithes And Offering? – OpenBible.info openbible.info
What does the Bible say about Christian tithing?


“Published on Jun 25, 2013

The New Testament nowhere designates a percentage of income a person should set aside, but only says it is to be “in keeping with income” (1 Corinthians 16:2). Some in the Christian church have taken the 10 percent figure from the Old Testament tithe and applied it as a “recommended minimum” for Christians in their giving. The New Testament talks about the importance and benefits of giving. We are to give as we are able. Sometimes that means giving more than 10 percent; sometimes that may mean giving less. It all depends on the ability of the Christian and the needs of the church. Every Christian should diligently pray and seek God’s wisdom in the matter of participating in tithing and/or how much to give (James 1:5). Above all, all tithes and offerings should be given with pure motives and an attitude of worship to God and service to the body of Christ. “Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver” (2 Corinthians 9:7).

Tithing is an Old Testament concept. The tithe was a requirement of the law in which all Israelites were to give 10 percent of everything they earned and grew to the Tabernacle/Temple (Leviticus 27:30; Numbers 18:26; Deuteronomy 14:24; 2 Chronicles 31:5). In fact, the Old Testament Law required multiple tithes which would have pushed the total to around 23.3 percent, not the 10 percent which is generally considered the tithe amount today. Some understand the Old Testament tithe as a method of taxation to provide for the needs of the priests and Levites in the sacrificial system. The New Testament nowhere commands, or even recommends, that Christians submit to a legalistic tithe system. Paul states that believers should set aside a portion of their income in order to support the church (1 Corinthians 16:1-2).”

-Finances

Dave’s Advice on Tithing and Giving, from daveramsey.com
“…So why does He ask us to give 10% to Him? Tithing was created for our benefit. It is to teach us how to keep God first in our lives and how to be unselfish people. Unselfish people make better husbands, wives, friends, relatives, employees and employers. God is trying to teach us how to prosper over time.

Many people have observed that after they stopped tithing, their finances seemed to get worse. In the Book of Malachi, God promises that if you do not rob Him of your tithing, He will rebuke your devourers and protect you.

If you cannot live off 90% of your income, then you cannot live off 100%. It does not require a miracle for you to get through the month. I think that if you sit down and look at your budget, you will see that you can make it while giving at least 10%. Read the Bible and take from it what you will, and if you tithe, do it out of love for God, not guilt…”
Wife And I Disagree On Tithing

-Teachings

Todd White – Financial Blessing & Living a Holy lifestyle

-Testimonies

Financial Blessing Testimonies: Man Proves God’s Promises True By Remaining Faithful in Giving Despite Money Problems By John Leuven Lasan on December 13 2016 09:32 PM citizenoracle.com

One of the most common things that we hear people say is that God moves in “mysterious ways.” And this proves true in every aspect of people’s lives, which can only make sense because once we understand that His ways are higher than ours, we will be able to appreciate how God surprises His people with the way He works, be it with a financial blessing or any other aspect of our lives. For example, let us take the testimony of Richard and Lynn and see how being true to God has given them so much more than what they expected.”
When You Bless Others It does Come back: My Testimony How God blessed me. , from youtube.com
“Published on Apr 22, 2013

The Bible still is true, when you do something for someone else God truly does give back in a double portion. I just wanted to share my testimony of what happened to me. When I needed God’s Help he was there right on time. Angels truly do encamp around us. God is So good. He gave through for me.”
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With a garden and an orchard in their back yard, Frank and Gail Smith are experts at growing a variety of fruits and vegetables.
“With a garden and an orchard in their back yard, Frank and Gail Smith are experts at growing a variety of fruits and vegetables.“We have peaches and cherries and apricots and plums,” says Frank. “The mandarins and the pomelos, which come off in December, are just – they’re to die for.”They know getting a good crop depends on how much they put into it.”

Sal: I currently give 10% of my pay check (ft-job) to the local church and then give an offering (extra-from pt-job or other financial blessings) to missions or community needs.

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Financial Advice?

GoodnewsEverybody.com Financial “Wisdom”, Advice, Budgeting, Tips, etc…

I was raised in a family with financial challenges and I didn’t want to go through the same trials when I got older. After seeking financial wisdom from God through his Word and others that He has put in my life, I’m proud to say I’m financially free from any debts (currently a co-signer for some credit companies for my brother and a friend of mine). I want to share my story with as many people as I can to help them get out of financial debts. Instead of hiding this knowledgleable resources, I want to share this with as many people as I can. Feel free to contact me on any of this or if you have any suggestions, feedback, questions, or even prayer requests….

After doing a budgent analysis 2 years ago, I was able to break down some categories where I put most of my money in. These are the following categories I got in order by month:

Sal:

High School Days

I wished we could’ve learned about “financing” earlier , like in high school. I didn’t really “learn” until after college. I grew up not really knowing how much I needed to “save”. I did save money for college back in my high school days. However, I spent my paycheck in my job(s) like it was “candy” coming out of a “gum ball machine”! For example, I wanted the “cool” expensive “Oakley style sunglasses”. However, I didn’t want to spend that much, so I got an almost “second” to near expensive style sunglasses called “Bolle”. Well, within a week or so, I lost these one-hundred dollar pair of fancy expensive sunglasses 😦 ! I was working my fast-food job at Taco Bell. I didn’t like wearing my uniform before walking (2-3 blocks) to work, so I would carry a duffel bag with my work-uniform and change in the restaurant’s Men’s Restroom. While changing, I forgot my sunglasses that I laid on top of the sink or toilet??? Well, when I remembered this, I went back and it was gone 😦 This was the last time I spent this much on “sunglasses”. Since this “life-learning” experience, I ‘ve bought cheap “discounted” sunglasses (e.g. gas stations, discounted grocery stores, etc…); However, I try not wear them if I really need to now (e.g. driving when the sun is setting or rising in front of me), which is another “health-related” (see => Medical: How to improve your eye sight Part Two? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com ) long story!

Money Saving Tips For Students | Financial Advice – YouTube

Money Management Tips For Teens – YouTube

College Days!

When I went to college, I was fortunate and blessed (thankful to God) to get a “full-ride” scholarship for 4+ years. However, I still had my “Room & Board” (Fees and Bills) to cover! I lived in the residential halls all 4 years. I look back and wished, I learned how to live “on my own” in “off-campus” housing to learn about “saving money” more! It was expensive living “on-campus” . I should’ve cooked my food and learned how to live in a “house” (e.g. I would’ve learned about utilities and how to “conserve”) off-campus. Well, I was very “gullible” about credit cards. I was “sucked” into applying for every credit card that was given to me in person on campus. I would sign-up just to get a “free” prize (e.g. t-shirt). I didn’t learn much about “credit-limit”. Unfortunately, I would max all of my 3-5 credit cards on this “pyramid scheme” business my sophomore year!

-Credit Cards

Financial Advice for College Students + Credit Card Tips – YouTube

Credit Cards for College Students: Applications, Income … – YouTube

->Budgeting

Budgeting 101 for Current and Future College Students – YouTube

Financial Literacy – 9 things a college student should know

Career Life

Living Paycheck To Paycheck – YouTube

How To Increase My Income?

Misc.

Financial Literacy 101

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