Michael wants to know whether he should be more concerned with paying off debt from his previous marriage or the debt he has now. Jordan received multiple savings bonds from his great-grandmother years ago but never cashed them out. Have they grown in value? Should he cash them out? Carl and his family just paid off their house. What should they do with the extra money now that they don't have a mortgage payment? Donna knows she has delinquent credit cards but can't find them on her credit report. Natalie has $18,000 left over from selling her home and owes $20,000 on a family vehicle. Should she apply all $18,000 toward the car debt or pay it off over the course of a year?
Today's featured Scripture includes Proverbs 21:20 and Matthew 18:20.
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