Managing the Household Budget with Timothy Dombek

Timoty DombeckThe first step in financial stability usually starts with a budget or spending plan. In this class personal finance expert and Episcopal priest Timothy Dombek walks us through the essentials of setting up a spending plan that will bring us peace of mind.

Perhaps the more important reason to set up a budget, or spending plan, is to get some peace of mind.

Timothy Dombek used to do this for a living – advising clients on how to save and spend. Today, he’s a sought-after conference speaker and author who serves the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona as a stewardship expert.

In this class Tim will teach us why we should we set up a household budget, how to keep track of our cash flow, how to stick to it and make it fun.

This course is perfect for the those seeking basic information on budgeting and money management. It is also a part of a larger learning series called Managing God’s Money, with courses on managing credit and debt, handing church and charity, and managing retirement and savings.

Learn more about the course Managing the Household Budget.

The Rev’d Canon Timothy Dombek is Canon for Stewardship and Planned Giving in the Diocese of Arizona. He is a popular speaker whose blog you can read here.

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One thought on “Managing the Household Budget with Timothy Dombek

  1. Yes it’s funny how problems like this one start looking unbelievably insignificant compared to the world news. The next page of the cold-war, the actual real war that erupts, Russia-China gas deal axis… However here we are with our social media dilemmas, – can we see the globe has transformed? Iam not stating everything you reveal is unimportant, I’m stating a certain degree of detachment is healthful. Thanks, Sarah @ http://phyto-renew350e.com/

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