Charitable giving and tithing can be a touchy subject. This website is not here to tell you what to do, but it is here to challenge you and to get you to make intentional financial decisions. That’s just what this post on tithing does.
Taxes often feel like the enemy around this time of year, particularly for high earners. However, there are some great ways to minimize your tax burden. This post has 5 of them plus a 6th tax hack.
It’s a topic not often discussed on personal finance websites geared towards teaching you how to build wealth, but its important: tithing and giving to charitable causes. Whether you are religious or not, this is an important topic to consider. Come dive in today’s post and leave a comment.
What is your view of medical mission work? Is it all helpful? Does some of it hurt the community we are attempting to serve? What does effective mission work look like? Today we will discuss this and discuss when helping hurts!
Charity is defined as “the voluntary giving of help, typically in the form of money, to those in need.” While charity via giving money is a good thing (and one we encourage!) it is not the only form of charity. Charity can be given through a variety of mechanisms to “those in need.” One way is through the Doctrine of Charity.