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by Loren Gill


This simple question would seem to have a simple answer, but like most things having to do with the IRS, it’s not as straightforward as you’d think.

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by Stephanie Barbre


Few things are more stressful than being in the dark about your finances. Once you miss a payment or become overdrawn, it can snowball from there. With all you do in the field, things like making a deposit, paying a bill, checking your balance or reviewing bank transactions are sometimes not your immediate priority. What if these things just happened Auto-magically?

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by Scott Morton, International Funding Coach

I was in Michigan coaching a gifted missionary couple, and it wasn’t going well.

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by Loren Gill

Did you know that serving in another country does not exempt you from U.S. tax responsibilities? Missionaries living overseas who are U.S. citizens must still file a tax return, regardless of where they live or in which country they earned the income.

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by Mel Howell


It’s only money! And while it can’t buy happiness, it sure is nice to have access to the currency you need when you’re traveling.

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