In this month’s featured question, Dixie asks “When is it okay to give, and how much should I give in the first place?”
#AskRachelnLast Wednesday in September. :)n
#askrachelnIf student loans can be forgiven after 10 years of of on time payments on an income-contingent repayment plan, is that ok to do, instead of focusing of paying off the lump sum? (It’s a program for public service workers and I’m a teacher of ten years, but just getting around to paying off my loans). Thanks!
Dave answered this http://www.daveramsey.com/index.cfm?event=askdave/&intContentItemId=125093 http://www.daveramsey.com/index.cfm?event=askdave/&intContentItemId=125255
We also give 10% minimum to our local church but every year my husband and ask the Lord to place a family or a need on both of our hearts that we can help. He has not failed in the last 4 years to provide this. Best of all we try to do it in secret and see the blessings play out. It really is more of a blessing to give than to receive!!! Thanks Rachel for making this video!!
That is so good that you and your husband and family do this! Thanks for sharing–great way to help you as a couple grow together in your faith.
god gives back two fold what you give away
Hi Rachel, so I have been giving 10% of my paycheck before taxes to my local church but should I actually just be giving 10% after taxes and when I receive my money back from tax refund I just give 10% of that at the time?