What Are Your Money Questions?

Corey —  June 14, 2010 — Leave a comment

       I never find myself falling short on ideas for articles on Provident Planning. Personal finance includes so many different areas that the topics are endless. Budgeting (and every area you might spend money), retirement, investing, insurance, estate planning, taxes, education, and strategies to increase your income are all fair game.

       I tend to want to start by writing about the basics and build up from there. I’d like to see Provident Planning become a place where people can learn most everything they need to make smart personal finance decisions that will honor God. But that takes time and it can be really boring, too. And there’s information on the basics everywhere. (I think the basics are essential though. They’ll get you 90% of the way and they’re all most people ever really need.)

       I want to be useful to you all, my readers, while I’m building up the material on this website. So I’m asking you: What are your money questions? They can be questions about personal finance in the Bible or just personal finance in general. Your questions will make the articles I write more interesting and relevant for you.

       If you have a question or topic you’d like to see me write about, you can leave a comment on this post or you can contact me directly. Either way, I’ll respond to you and write an article to cover the questions you have. Sound like a good deal? Great! Now just start sending in those questions!!!

Corey

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Corey is currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree in religion. While he enjoys learning and writing about Christianity, another one of his new passions is writing about personal finances in order to help others make wise decisions with their money.

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