Cost of living pressures along with interest rate rises are causing people to feel financial stress. However, there are some timeless investment strategies that can get us through tough times.
Alex Cook from Wealth with Purpose believes that Christians are born with a purpose and are given different giftings, and we are called to use these until the day we leave the planet.
“Christians never really retire. What we should be asking is how do we have a purposeful retirement. This doesn’t necessarily mean that we stay in paid employment, so we have to be preparing financially.”
Do you face a mountain of indebtedness? For many business owners, trying to get out of business debt can seem like hitting a brick wall. No matter how hard you try, you are never able to make a dent into paying back the loan from the bank.
Darren Laudenbach, founder of God’s Money Matters, unpacks how to free yourself of business debt when the debt-servicing burden becomes too heavy.
This year is a federal election year in Australia. If elected, the Labor Party has proposed changes that would result in double taxing self-funded retirees.
While many Christians want to be more generous with their giving, they can be faced with an internal struggle that wars against the idea of dipping into their hip pocket. Alex Cook (one of Vision's resident financial planners) helps unpack what are the three barriers that hold people back from giving generously and reaping the eternal ...Read More
As a nation, Jews have been oppressed throughout history—some would say more than any other people group in the world. Although this has not stopped them from being one of the most financially prosperous and community focused ethnoreligious races.
Much of their success is not achieved by just generating wealth, but also appropriately stewarding the responsibilities that invariably come along with it such as caring for the needs of the poor and disenfranchised.