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July 3, 2015
Episode 25: The Prudent See Danger and Take Refuge, but the Simple Keep Going and Pay the Penalty

Joseph wants to go back to school. Though his company may provide him tuition reimbursement, he is considering a loan in order to get started quickly. Should he get a loan or wait? Kelsey needs advice on living off of one income. She and her husband bought their house based on two incomes, but now she’s a stay-at-home mom. What can they do to ease the financial burden? Matthew is struggling with tithing. If he increases his tithe to the full 10%, he will not be able to make extra payments on his debt. Joe has rental property that he is upside down on. Should he consider foreclosure or a short sale in order to get away from it?

July 3, 2015
Episode 25: The Prudent See Danger and Take Refuge, but the Simple Keep Going and Pay the Penalty

Today's Episode Summary

Joseph wants to go back to school. Though his company may provide him tuition reimbursement, he is considering a loan in order to get started quickly. Should he get a loan or wait? Kelsey needs advice on living off of one income. She and her husband bought their house based on two incomes, but now she’s a stay-at-home mom. What can they do to ease the financial burden? Matthew is struggling with tithing. If he increases his tithe to the full 10%, he will not be able to make extra payments on his debt. Joe has rental property that he is upside down on. Should he consider foreclosure or a short sale in order to get away from it?

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