Mickey calls in looking for advice on how to handle car repairs that keep eating into their emergency fund. When is enough enough? Jordan has a question about getting her family to attend Financial Peace University. They think she is a little weird for doing the envelope system, but she wants them to experience the good things she has been able to do because of it. How can she approach them about going? William has questions about starting a college fund for his grandson. Where does he start? Terri wants to know why 15% is all that is recommended for retirement savings. Carolyn needs advice on how to handle some tough family estate questions. What can she do to meet her family member’s expectations? Kelly has a question about credit scores and buying a home.Today’s featured scriptures include Zechariah 4:10 and Proverbs 13:22 and 4:25.Would you be interested in being a part of the show? If you have a question for Chris or a success story that you would like to share, please call him at 866.357.3283.
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