Gary just sold a house that he had paid off. He calls in to ask if he should go back into debt to buy a new house. Evie and her husband are both 70, and they do not have any savings for retirement. They’ve been living on Social Security, but now they’re in debt due to medical care. Should they sell some of their life insurance to help pay off this debt? Zach recently had to relocate for a job, which has forced him into being a long-distance landlord. How can he sell this house now that he has tenants, and how much should he be saving to cover this rental? Elliot and his fiancé are one semester away from graduating and getting married. How should they go about paying off their school loans before their wedding so that they can begin their marriage debt free? Kelsey needs career advice. She is unhappy where she is, and she is not making enough to cover her bills and pay off debt. What can she do to find a job she loves and increase her income shovel? Beverly calls in with questions about reverse mortgages.
Today’s featured Scripture includes Psalm 24:1, 1 Corinthians 4:2, Proverbs 3:9–10, 10:4, and 22:7.
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