Are you wondering why your church does what it does around money? Some congregations never believe they have enough. Other churches have a crisis in December year after year. They always come out all right in the end, but they have to panic first. Patterns which do not make sense, and even those that do, but still never change, often have their roots deep in the past. In a recent Christian Century article, “The Past Is Not Past,” Margaret Bendroth points out how the events of the past can repeat themselves, sometimes almost mysteriously.
Track Progress by Printers. Just as companies assess their progress in their annual reports, you need to review your list of priorities every year. Have you accomplished any goals? Have your spending patterns changed? Did you spend less than you earned? Did you save as much as you planned?
Did you know consumers have 71 percent more new cars and trucks to consider buying today that get 20 mpg or better than they did in 2007? GreenCarCongress gleans that insight and much more from EPA’s latest company annnual report on trends on the emissions front.
Speak to their competitors – They can really give you some information that company reports don’t but again treat it from the perspective that they may have an ulterior motive!!!
These are some of the initial steps that you need to take when you want to establish your credit after bankruptcy. Remember, be frugal. You will have to make sacrifices if you are serious about building your credit after filing for bankruptcy.