Dave Ramsey Archive
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?
Published May 08, 2012
Dave Says: Many people mistakenly think that once you’re out of debt except for your house, things should kick into overdrive and you’ll become instantaneously wealthy. That's not the case.
Published May 01, 2012
Dave Says: There’s absolutely nothing wrong with accepting help when you’re down or struggling. On the other hand, to define yourself as being down or struggling is a really bad thing.
Published April 24, 2012
Dave Says: In each family there’s a nerd and a free spirit. The nerd is good at keeping track of things and putting everything in its place. The free spirit is just the opposite.
Published April 17, 2012
Dave Says: Is it ever a good idea to sell your home and buy a smaller, less expensive one in order to get out of debt more quickly?
Published April 10, 2012
Dave Says: It’s perfectly all right for you to attach stipulations to any inheritance, and how old is too old to move back in with mom and dad?
Published April 03, 2012
Dave Says: Holding onto a credit card to pay bills is asking for problems, and does retirement planning differ when you are a member of the military?
Published March 27, 2012
Having a high-profile job doesn't mean you should go into debt to look the part.
Published March 20, 2012
Dave Says: When it comes to figuring out how much you can spend, it's important to realize not all months are created equal.
Published March 13, 2012
Dave Says: In a meager job market, when does it make sense to relocate for a job, and how do you get the company to pick up some of the relocation costs?