Saving

5 Ways People go Wrong When Managing Their Own Savings

Saving Money

With so many online resources available including savings applications, tax calculators, and stock guides, it is easy for people to believe that they can easily manage their savings. The truth of the matter is that people who choose to manage their savings are often making big mistakes that are costing them money, or could leave […]

Best Ways to Save Money on your Mobile Phone Bill

Personal Finance

How much money is your phone costing you? No, really, how much? Many of us simply have it on a direct debit so we never truly appreciate the impact it’s having on our bank balance. So it’s time to get real and get in control of your mobile bill. Are you using what you pay […]

What’s the Difference Between Saving and Hoarding?

True Wealth

My kids have all the food, clothing, shelter, and toys they need, and even more of what they want. How and why did this come to be?  Do they go out and buy it all themselves? Of course not, their loving parents provided them with everything. In the same way, God provides everything for us […]

This Week in Personal Finance – May 1, 2010

Personal Finance

So this weekend I started the Garden Project! Yep, that’s right – we’re planting a 16’x8′ garden. We’re doing it for a few reasons: We love fresh food and love to grill, so it’ll be great to just go out and pick some veggies, My wife likes to eat organic – so this is a […]

Enjoy Your Money! Book Review

Book Reviews

Enjoy Your Money!  How to Make It, Save  It, Invest It and Give It by J. Steve Miller April is Financial Literacy Month and graduation season will soon be in full swing. If you’re looking for gifts for grads that will be a valuable resource for them for years to come then you  may want […]

Welcome Clarifinancial Readers!

Personal Finance

If you’re joining me by way of the interview I did with Clarifinancial’s owner Aaron Pinkston, I’d like to welcome you! I really appreciate Aaron taking the time to get to know me and let his readers have a sneak peek into what Redeeming Riches is all about. I hope you have a chance to […]

10 Money-Saving Tips to Help You Stash $10,000!

Saving Money

Who doesn’t love to save a little extra cash each month? Finding money saving tips to trim the fat and pocket some coin each month isn’t easy, but it is simple. The question is, “Will you do what it takes – and if so, what will you do with the extra savings that you find […]

10 Ideas for a Frugal Valentine’s Day

Frugality

February 14 approaches quite quickly on the heels of the Christmas and New Year spending sprees and as such you may be dreading the approach of Valentine’s Day this year because you are still struggling with credit card debt, or trying hard to stick to a New Year’s savings plan. Instead of splurging on your […]

5 Dumb Mistakes That Smart People Make

Personal Finance

Wouldn’t you agree it doesn’t take an Ivy League education to be good with your finances? What’s amazing to me is that many smart people make some really dumb financial mistakes! It seems like a person blessed with “brains” would be good with personal money management, but sometimes this just isn’t the case. I’ve talked […]

5 Dumb Mistakes That Smart People Make

Investing

Wouldn’t you agree it doesn’t take an Ivy League education to be good with your finances? What’s amazing to me is that many smart people make some really dumb financial mistakes! It seems like a person blessed with “brains” would be good with personal money management, but sometimes this just isn’t the case. I’ve talked […]

Saving Your Finances in 50 Words or Less

Frugality

Sometimes less is more! Think about it. What’re your greatest memories? My most memorable times are ones with people I love and enjoy spending time with. Time to simplify? Spend less money on toys and more time with friends and family. Sometimes less is more  – even a blog post! Thoughts?