JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast:The 3 things we do with money-Giving


On today’s show we finish up the Three Things We Do with Money series by discussing the topic of giving.  Giving might be the most important piece of the three things we do with money but unfortunately it is also the smallest!  We discuss how important it is to give to causes you have a passion for, why giving can make us wealthier, and why giving does not have to be just for religious reasons.

As mentioned in the show, Steve Stewart of Money Plan SOS did a great podcast on giving and tithing for those of us who give through the church so I recommend checking out that show.


In addition, we wrap up the series by discussing the importance of doing well in all three areas, spending, saving, and giving, and how that can change your finances.  At the end of the show we make a few big announcements about what the show is doing in April for National Financial Literacy month.

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