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What is Medi-Share?

What is Medi-Share?

Medi-Share is a healthcare sharing ministry for those who believe there is a Biblical and affordable way to manage your healthcare. As an alternative to health insurance, Medi-Share organizes a way for its members to share their money for each other’s eligible medical...

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Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps: Step Seven

When I was in junior high, my parents divorced. Shortly after, my father was incarcerated. As a result, my mother—without a degree or marketable job skills—was forced to provide for seven children on a very limited income. Times were extremely tough. How did she make...

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Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps: Step Six

Once you have successfully started saving 15% for retirement and have begun saving for your kid’s college education, you are in the home stretch of completing the baby steps. Baby Step 6 is paying off your home early. The benefits of having a home paid off in pre and...

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Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps: Step Five

By this time, you should have completed Baby Steps 1 through 4 in Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps: Save $1000 for emergencies Pay off non-mortgage debt using the Debt Snowball Save 3-6 months of expenses for emergencies Invest 15% of your household income into Roth IRA’s and...

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Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps: Step Four

Once you’ve completed Baby Step 3—saving three to six months of expenses for emergencies—you can dive into your next Baby Step! Your debt has been eliminated, your cash flow is positive and you have an emergency fund. You are free to save at least 15% to retirement...

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Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps: Step Three

Step 3 in Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps is to save three to six months of expenses for emergencies. This step is to be tackled after you’ve completed Baby Steps 1 and 2: Save $1000 for emergencies Pay off non-mortgage debt using the Debt Snowball By this time, you’ve...

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Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps: Step Two

Dave Ramsey’s seven baby steps are a foolproof way to stop bad habits, start budgeting, get out of debt, and build wealth. As mentioned in a here, the first baby step is to save $1000 to prevent you from going into debt. The second baby step is to start aggressively...

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Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps: Step One

Dave Ramsey is a nationally syndicated radio host, New York Times best-selling author, and financial guru. Part of what has made him so famous is his “7 Baby Steps.” These are actions he suggests to take to experience financial peace. Millions of people have followed...

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3 Basic Coverages Anyone Should Have

When it comes to insurance, there are countless different policies. Which ones are the most important? Although the answer depends on your personal situation, there are three basic insurance coverages we think everyone should have. 1. Contents Simply put, this is...

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Five Questions for Financial Advisors

Thinking about hiring a financial advisor? Here are five questions to ask potential advisors to help you determine the best fit. 1. What services do you provide? Not all advisors are the same. Some are investment-focused and others are focused on helping you through...

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