Tag: money

Moral Hazards in the Marketplace

Exterior moral hazards abound these days.  From individuals to financial institutions to sovereign nations, it seems that there is an increasing need to be bailed-out and to have debt forgiveness. Moral hazards most often occur...

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The Collection Basket

What you put in the collection basket says a lot about you and where you are at in your journey. Some of us put in our 10% tithing without a second thought. Some of us put in the few “extra” dollars we may have. Some of us...

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Placing People Over Profits

Short-term profits and “pay for performance” carry far more weight in our capitalistic system than does “doing the right thing” and placing people over profits.  Truly, the current hallmark of capitalism is making a profit and...

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Did You Say You Need a Vacuum?

I live in Michigan which is, at this writing, the state suffering with the highest unemployment rates in the nation. We are surrounded by visual reminders of our condition: foreclosed homes everywhere, empty office buildings...

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Dad, Is the Recession Over Yet?

My children are a constant source of wisdom and clarity for me.  Our sons are nine and 12 and keenly interested in what’s going on in the world.  We share openly and candidly the current state of politics, the economy and world...

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Your Money or Your (Family) Life

I came across an interesting post this evening about a common problem for men: how do we respond to the often conflicting challenges we face regarding making more money in our jobs or spending more time with our families.  More...

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