Dave Ramsey Archive
Published January 04, 2013
Dave Says: There's a fine line between helping out family members in need and enabling them.
Published December 24, 2012
Dave Says: Increasing donations during the holidays is common, but how do you know how much to give and to which charities?
Published December 18, 2012
Dave Says: Parents aren't obligated to pay for their children's college education, but if they do choose to cover all or some of the expenses, when they withdraw the money from savings vehicles is important.
Published December 11, 2012
Dave Says: Is it more important to pay into a 401(k) account for retirement or to pay down student loans? And if an adult is considering going back to school, what is the best way to fund tuition?
Published December 04, 2012
Dave Says: Is it better to pay off all your student loans early by dipping into your retirement fund? And when is it time to use your emergency fund?
Published November 27, 2012
Dave Says: At what point in a relationships is it time to discuss finances. And is flipping houses ever a good financial plan?
Published November 20, 2012
Dave Says: Co-signing for a credit card offers no perks for the signer, only potential bad news, and luxury spending should only come when finances are secure.
Published November 13, 2012
Dave Says: You can safely self-insure if you have the resources available to support your care in a nursing home or other facility for 25 years--but very few of us have that kind of money. And when should couples combine finances?
Published November 06, 2012
Dave Says: When it comes to individual debt, that becomes part of the relationship after walking down the aisle. And don't be fooled by a job six-figure salary.
Published October 30, 2012
Dave Says: What happens when financial and religious views don't line up in a marriage and are there any tricks to getting a job quicker in this labor market?