The Best of the Best Blogs of the Week

The road to financial literacy is more about the journey than the destination. There are many facets to your finances, and we hope that you find the information here helpful in understanding them.

There is a wealth of information on the Internet that can help you manage your financial life, and from time to time we’ll share some of the best articles we’ve found. This week there are two articles that are particularly informative. The first comes from Steve Rhode, a blogger who runs the financial information site, Steve regularly answers financial questions for free, and his response to the account of one reader’s plight, “I’m in a Debt Settlement Program and Getting Sued by My Creditors,” is very useful in understanding the harm such a service can cause.

The second article you might enjoy comes from Matt Jabs uses his experiences to educate the public about building a debt-free life. This week Matt authored “The Whole Armor of Personal Finance,” which relates scriptural passages to establishing a financial plan. The points emphasized in the article can help anyone, regardless of faith, come to appreciate the benefits of taking a holistic approach to creating a plan to escape indebtedness. We hope you enjoyed this week’s posts. Have a safe and productive weekend.

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