What would Jesus fly?

Money | Six televangelists under Senate investigation frequent luxury corporate jets-and they are not alone
by Rusty Leonard & Warren Cole Smith
Posted 7/12/08, 12:00 am

Billionaire Warren Buffet became one of the richest men in the world by knowing what adds value to a corporation and what does not. And one of the things that does not, he has argued for years, is a corporate jet: They're a luxury in almost every case and a necessity for only a few. He often railed against them in the annual reports of his company, Berkshire Hathaway, and elsewhere.

That's why, when Berkshire Hathaway finally bought a corporate jet in 1989, he somewhat ashamedly called it "The Indefensible."

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The old college try

Personal Finance | Tuition prices keep soaring, but 529 plans can help parents saving for higher education
by David L. Bahnsen
Posted 6/28/08, 12:00 am

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Investing with virtue

Personal Finance | How to be in the world but not of it as we grow our money
by David L. Bahnsen
Posted 6/14/08, 12:00 am

One of the issues I am most frequently asked to address with Christian clients deals with investments from a moral standpoint. Many wonder if so-called "virtue" funds or "socially responsible" funds provide Christian investors with security that their investments are compatible with their value system.

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