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Millions of Americans are using a new kind of credit card. It can be swiped from a distance, which makes paying even easier. But a new report claims that the cards may pose a risk for identity theft…
Pat Robertson answers the following "Bring It On" questions: Should parents save large amounts of money for their children to inherit? Should a family with one income use a credit card? Should an elderly couple sell their large house to invest?
The Barthells got in credit card debt to the tune of $40,000. Even as unbelievers they found that Christian principles were the only way to get back on track.
Cary went from corporate executive to unemployed in the blink of an eye when his dot-com start-up company went under.
Watching his credit card debt rise to $27,000, David felt like he was going nowhere. But today his life is free of financial worries. Learn the secret that turned everything around.
When Matt and Kate married, they both had a pile of debt, and kept racking up the credit cards. After seeking financial help, the couple admitted their need, and discovered God's plan for their money.
Bring It On: Stress Shopping
"Now we have no mortgage, no car payment, no credit card bills, and we are 100 percent debt free. Praise God! We're excited," says a very happy Lori Young.
"I had become what everybody thought I should do, be, or have. And I did it through credit cards," says Jeanie Stevens of Riverside, California. By 1997 Jeanie was $65,000 in debt—not including her mortgage.
Gordon Robertson and Terry Meeuwsen answer the following question: I have been focusing on paying off my credit cards before investing money in anything. But I never seem to get them paid off. What is my best option in the long run?
Throwing it All Away ... Five Credit Cards at a Time
Pat Robertson answers the following Bring It On questions: Is credit counseling a good way to pay off debt? Will we enter a recession? What if I don't have a special skill?
Toksook Bay is a tiny Yup’ik Eskimo village at the edge of the Bering Sea. Felix Lincoln was mayor of the little fishing village for 17 years, but Felix had secrets he wanted to hide.
Pat Robertson answers the following Bring It On questions: Am I in trouble because I didn't file my taxes? What does "stock trading" means? Should we get a credit card?
She's a single mom with two teens and a lot of bills. However, she learned how to tithe, and that simple act turned her situation around.
Pat Robertson answers the following Bring It On questions: Should a 401K plan be used to pay off credit card debt? Should you borrow or raise money to adopt a child? Is it ever alright to leave a job without giving a two-week notice first?
Each year, older citizens are swindled out of billions of dollars by scammers on the Internet, on the phone, and even by those closest to them.
Pat Robertson answers your Money Monday questions on Bring It On. What do I do with my 401K? Is there a limit to prosperity? How do I pay off my credit cards?