Considerations for Investing as a Catholic, Part 2

In my previous post regarding things Catholics should consider when investing, I spoke about one mutual fund family (Ave Maria Mutual Funds) as an example of a fund family that offers investments that abide by United States Council of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) guidelines.  There are certainly other fund families that abide by USCCB guidelines and… Continue reading Considerations for Investing as a Catholic, Part 2

Considerations for Investing as a Catholic

In a previous post I recommended investing in index funds in order to minimize expenses and better increase your nest egg.  Unfortunately, though, many of the companies contained within a standard index fund conduct activities that are in opposition to Catholic teaching.  For example, the owner of Rick’s Cabaret strip clubs, RCI Hospitality Holdings (RICK stock… Continue reading Considerations for Investing as a Catholic

Why You Should Use Index Funds in Your Retirement Accounts

When I first started learning about investing and retirement accounts, I struggled to determine where I should invest my money.  Thankfully, several great personal finance web sites (including Motley Fool and Bogleheads) agreed that investing in index funds led to the most benefit for most people.  Index funds are mutual funds that track what is… Continue reading Why You Should Use Index Funds in Your Retirement Accounts

Great Personal Finance Podcasts

One of my favorite things to do on long drives is listen to personal finance podcasts.  There are a handful that I have found (so far) to be better than the rest: My favorite podcast is Afford Anything with host Paula Pant, as she combines an entertaining delivery with great guest speakers.  Paula encourages listeners… Continue reading Great Personal Finance Podcasts