Published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Image from Post-Gazette
Like other employees at his job, Eric Randall takes advantage of the deferred tax break as well as the company match when he contributes to the retirement savings plan provided by his employer.
But he and his wife, Sue, have chosen a more stringent approach to investing for their Roth IRA and the college savings accounts they started for their four children. They want to make sure the assets are in alignment with their Christian beliefs.
Their non-workplace investments are being managed by Timothy Plan, a Maitland, Fla.-based mutual fund operator that promises to avoid buying shares in any publicly traded corporation that profits from activities that it believes “do not honor God.” Continue reading…