Dave Ramsey Archive
Published July 17, 2012
Dave Says: Having enormous debt after graduation is becoming more of a norm for grads, but how do you move past the worrying and start living?
Published July 10, 2012
Dave Says: When it comes to financial planning and budgeting, you can’t just act impulsively and call it faith. This is a concept that’s misused and misunderstood a lot.
Published July 03, 2012
Dave Says: Sometimes it makes sense for adult children to live with their parents until they gain financial stability--but that's not always the case.
Published June 26, 2012
Dave Says: As they work to navigate life after their diploma, new college grads might be wondering if the current down economy a cyclical thing and just part of life?
Published June 20, 2012
Dave Says: Research shows that kids who work while in college carry higher grade point averages than those who don’t, but it's important to keep a few factors in mind.
Published June 12, 2012
Dave Says: Secret spending can lead to massive debt and marital problems, and what happens to a vehicle if the co-signer on the loan files bankruptcy?
Published June 05, 2012
Dave Says: It’s always better to have a transaction listed as 'bad debt' that has been settled rather than simply 'bad debt.'
Published May 29, 2012
Dave Says: Should you move in with your in-laws to save more money? And what's the best way to spend an inheritance: buy a house outright or pay off student loan debt?
Published May 22, 2012
Dave Says: Teenagers don't have the knowledge to manage their own finances and need guidance from mom and dad. And how does life insurance work?
Published May 15, 2012
Dave Says: Everyone dreams of the day they leave the workforce, but have you thought about what you are actually going to do in your golden years?