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Dave has answered thousands of money questions over the years.
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Many already know

Josh wonders how he can convince his fellow millennials that government isn't the answer to everything. Dave explains he thinks many millennials already know this.

Giving beyond your means

Ben and his wife were asked to make a large donation to a charity they already support. They were told they could make the donation in monthly payments if they didn't have the entire amount at the present time. Ben doesn't like the feeling of this, and neither does Dave.

Outrageous generosity or foolish overspending?

Josiah wonders when "outrageous generosity" crosses the line and becomes foolish overspending. Dave's gives him some guidelines to consider, and includes biblical principle in his response.

I invented that later

Tiffany follows Dave on Twitter. She writes in to ask what he did to celebrate becoming debt-free. The answer might surprise you!

Don't tithe with credit cards

Melissa wants to know Dave's opinion on churches encouraging people to do e-giving with credit cards or debit cards. Dave isn't a fan of churches asking members to use a debt vehicle to pay their tithes.

Generating Passive Income

Taiwan from Phoenix, AZ, asks Dave for some ideas on generating passive income. Dave advises Taiwan not to get involved with get-rich-quick schemes, and explains the term "passive income."

Offered A Timeshare

Jill's friends have offered her an opportunity to buy an older timeshare on the beach. See what Dave thinks.

Tithing Feels Like a Tax?

Ben wants to get his wife on board with tithing. Ben's wife sees tithing as a tax rather than giving. Dave explains that this is more of a spiritual discussion than a financial one.