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Get motivated and stay on track with your goals by listening to The Dave Ramsey Show, the fourth most downloaded podcast of 2017. In each show, Dave answers questions from listeners on subjects like debt, investing, retirement, insurance, and marriage. A best-selling author, Dave has sold over 10 million books. For more information, visit www.daveramsey.com
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Aug 23, 2018

"Common sense is like having a super power." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Question: A Texas landlord asks if he should pay off his current rental before he buys a house with his girlfriend? Listen as Dave coaches him through the best way to approach investing in rental properties as a way to build wealth. Debt-Free Scream: A family from New York visits the studio to share how they went from normal to paying off $40,000 in just one year: "We thought that student loans stay with you forever."  

 

Calls This Episode:

  • Should I sell my house to pay off $91,000 of student loans?
  • How do I prepare for my baby's future since he has Downs Syndrome?
  • Is it better to pay down my first rental, or should I take an opportunity to purchase another one?
  • How much should I save on top of my state-funded pension?
  • Should I use my 401(k) or a Roth IRA for investing?
  • Is it smarter to save for taxes or pay off my car?
  • Should I sell my property and invest the proceeds?

  

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Aug 22, 2018

"You just told me your husband was passive. That's like the worst possible thing you can say about a guy!" — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Question: A scared wife in Florida needs advice on how to get her husband to take an active role in their finances. Listen as Dave explains how to talk to a man in a way that gets his attention: "Guys are thick. We don't do subtly."  Debt-Free Scream: A family from Boston visits the studio to share how they paid off over $26,000 in less than a year so they can afford their first house! Learn the Baby Steps: Dave ends the show talking to a brand-new listener about the proven plan to ditch debt—for good— and build incredible wealth.

 

Calls This Episode:

  • I have $150,000 in debt and can barely afford paying my bills.
  • How do I get my husband involved with our finances?
  • Should I be saving for a house or investing?
  • Is it okay to get a zero percent car loan?

  

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Aug 22, 2018

"There is no data that says the size of the ring equals the success of the marriage." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Question: A grad student from Philadelphia needs advice on when to get married and how much to spend on a ring and the wedding. Listen as Dave gives some practical budget guidelines and explains what makes a successful marriage: "There are lots of data points that say you two need to be on the same page when you get married."  Debt-Free Scream: A chef in Detroit, Michigan calls the show to share how it feels to pay off over $32,000 in just one year: "It is a huge weight off my shoulders . . . it feels amazing."  MINI DAVE RANT: "This is not a get-out-of-debt program. It's a wealth-building program." Social Media: Dave responds to a question on Facebook: "Is it better for newlyweds to rent or to buy?" Follow @DaveRamsey on Facebook to post your own question for Dave!

 

Calls This Episode:

  • At what age should I start drawing my retirement pension?
  • How do I figure out my net worth?
  • What should I spend on the wedding?
  • I don't feel comfortable getting joint bank accounts with my husband until we're on the same page with a budget.
  • Should I defer my student loans?

  

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Aug 22, 2018

 "I'm a natural spender . . . I figured out I could spend more if I had more." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Question: A man in Chicago calls Dave asking for advice because he can't seem to get motivated to save money. Listen as Dave gives him three significant reasons to start saving, even if you're a natural spender. Debt-Free Scream: A couple in West Virginia calls the show to share their debt-free journey: "It became sorta fun—we're watching our budget and watching our debt just trickle down." DAVE RANT: "How much would you give if you weren't broke?" 

 

Calls This Episode:

  • How can I be better at saving money?
  • Am I over-obsessed with investing?
  • Is it wise to consolidate student loans?
  • Am I obligated to pay back a Parent Plus loan?

  

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Aug 21, 2018

"Wealth building isn't easy. It's unusual." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Debt-Free Scream: A newlywed couple from Ohio visits the show to share how they paid off their student loans:"Live below your means and stay gazelle intense." 

 

Calls this Episode:

  • How much should my business have in its emergency fund? 
  • Should we refinance our mortgage?
  • I can't get $1,000 saved for my starter emergency fund.
  • Should I go back to school or move to an area where I have better job opportunities?

  

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Aug 21, 2018

"You don't have to be debt-free to get married . . . It's time to wrap this decade of your twenties up and move the rest of the way into adulthood." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Question: A truck driver and his fiancee are living paycheck to paycheck with zero savings, and he wants to know when they should get married. Listen as Dave coaches him through a proven plan to get control of their money: "I had to learn from rich people how to handle money, and one of the things I learned is they are not afraid to delay pleasure to win. Every decision they make with money, they think about the long-term consequences."  Debt-Free Scream: A family from Florida visits the show to share how they paid off over $151,000: "We pretty much cleaned out the gun safe, and I could probably write a book about the encounters I've had over Craig's List." DAVE RANT: "One of the things we struggle with in our culture today is we have a manhood crisis."

 

Calls this Episode:

  • We're living paycheck to paycheck and have zero savings. How do we get started?
  • My wife and I have to move to move to Paraguay for two years. Should we pause our debt snowball?

  

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Aug 21, 2018

"Quit borrowing. You can't borrow more. You can't get out of a hole while digging out the bottom." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Question: A single mom is in debt up to her eyeballs while trying to pay for two daughters in school. Listen as she takes ownership of the financial mess she made as Dave tells her what steps to take to clean it up: "Every month you have to make every dollar behave. You are now happening to your money instead of your money happening to you." Debt-Free Scream: A local couple visits the studio to give Dave some barbecue sauce and share what motivated them to pay off $240,000: "7 years ago I lost a job that I thought I was going to have forever, and—man—I just never want to have that feeling ever again." Listen to hear what they did to cash-flow an anniversary trip to Maui in the middle of their debt-free journey! Social Media: Dave responds to a question on Twitter about REITs. Follow @DaveRamsey on Twitter to post your own question!

 

Calls This Episode:

  • Should I take over the business I work for?
  • How do I get out of debt?
  • What should we do with a lump-sum payout my husband is getting when he retires?
  • Can we buy a car before we save a 3–6 month emergency fund?

  

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Aug 20, 2018

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. DAVE RANT: "Choices have consequences!" DEBT-FREE SCREAM: A single dad and his 2 kids visit the show from Connecticut to share how the Sandy Hook tragedy motivated him to pay off $333,000:"People meant well, but it was chaos and hard to get through." Dave closes the show with a teaching segment on the value of higher education.

 

Calls this Episode:

  • Can I use my $1,000 emergency fund to pay for college?
  • What are some alternatives to a 529 plan?

  

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Aug 20, 2018

"If you just go in there and not be a zoo animal, it would be helpful." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Question: A young man competing for an internship wants advice on what kind of questions he should ask in an interview. Listen as Dave coaches him on how to make a great impression and what characteristics to bring to the table. Debt-Free Scream: A couple from Minnesota visits the studio to share how they paid off $110,000 of student loans after taking Financial Peace University: "The hardest part was seeing everyone else our age doing the normal thing and going on expensive vacations, and buying new houses and buying new cars." 

 

Calls this Episode:

  • What should I do with my stock options? 
  • Should we sell our house to become debt-free?
  • What questions should I ask in an interview for a competitive internship?
  • Should we use our emergency fund to pay legal fees?
  • I'm new to investing and don't understand what the bank is telling me.

  

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Aug 20, 2018

 

"The data tells us that the vast majority of people who build wealth have some kind of college under their belt." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. DAVE RANT: "Sometimes people don't have dysfunction because of lack of prosperity. They have lack of prosperity because of dysfunction—lack of character." Featured Question: A brand-new father asks if he should invest in UTMAs instead of 529s if he doesn't want to force his children to attend college? Listen as Dave explains why parents should expect their kids to go to college or trade school. Debt-Free Scream: One of Dave's own team members shares how he paid off $104,000 in less than 2 years!

 

Calls this Episode:

  • My company wants me to take out a loan on a car for a new sales job.
  • How should I invest "college" money if I don't want to force my kids to attend college?
  • We backed out of a real estate contract. How do we get our earnest money back?
  • Should I refinance my second mortgage into my first mortgage?
  • What should our focus be after we finish saving for our kids' college funds?

  

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Aug 17, 2018

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Question: A small-business owner asks how to determine what she should be setting aside to pay quarterly taxes. Listen as Dave explains how to set up business accounts to plan for this expense. DEBT-FREE SCREAM:  A couple in North Carolina visits the show to share how they paid off $119,500 in less than 2 years!

 

Calls this Episode:

  • I'm scared to take money out of savings to pay off my car.
  • Can we put our tithe into a 503(b) giving fund?
  • We're newlyweds, and I want to sell the car my wife's parents gave her, but she's not on board.
  • Should we sell our house to pay off debt?
  • We bought a car we can't afford, but our car seats won't fit in it!
  • How much do you recommend I set aside to start my own bookkeeping business?
  • Can you explain mutual funds to me?

  

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Aug 17, 2018

"Broke people make decisions based on what feels good Friday and rich people make decisions on what feels good a decade from now." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Call: A truck driver in Arkansas calls Dave frustrated because his truck keeps needing repairs and he can't get ahead. Listen as Dave helps him set aside his emotions and assess the situation logically: "100% of the time that I get desperate, right after I get desperate I get stupid."  DEBT-FREE SCREAM: A couple in Washington, D.C., calls Dave to share what motivated them to pay off $58,000 in just 2 years: "I was so tired of being scared." 

 

Calls this Episode:

  • I don't want to get a loan, but my truck repairs keep using my emergency fund.
  • Is it okay for me to quit my job and start teaching cello?
  • Should I take a second full-time job to attack my debt and save for my kid's college fund?
  • Should I pay of debts with a higher interest rate first?
  • How can I find tenants for my office space?
  • Do we need to stop contributing to our 401(k) while we pay off debt?
  • I'm tired of having student loans. Should I sell my house and live in a cheap trailer to pay them off?

  

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Aug 17, 2018

 

"You need to decide what your desired future is . . . then that will tell you—almost automatically—what the the steps are to get there." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Special Guest: Retirement expert and Ramsey Personality Chris Hogan joins Dave in studio to talk about an extensive study the Ramsey Research Team launched to figure out exactly what over 10,000 net-worth millionaires did to win with money. "Getting out of debt is the prerequisite to building wealth." — Dave  Featured Call: A 20 year-old Walmart associate asks Dave for advice because he doesn't have a clear plan for his future, but he doesn't think college is the right choice for him. MINI DAVE RANT: Dave sets the record straight on why he doesn't dance around the truth when people call him for advice: "I'm not going to participate in your insanity that's going to bring you harm. I'm going to be a truth-teller in your life because I care about you and want you to win." 

 

Calls this Episode:

  • I feel stuck by my debt. What can I do to get control of my money problems?
  • Should we sell our house to help get rid of $300,000 in debt?
  • Was it a bad idea for me to use a company car allowance to buy a Denali?
  • Can you settle a dispute between me and my husband about whether to pay off our mortgage in Baby Step 2.
  • Should I move my deferred comp account?
  • What's the best way to bring up our money problems with my wife?

 

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Aug 16, 2018

"It sounds like maybe in the past your mom has motivated her grown children with guilt trips." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured Call: A woman in Minneapolis asks whether they should set aside a separate emergency fund for family in Nicaragua who keep asking for money. Listen as Dave discusses the cultural and economic differences between America and other parts of the world, and gives practical advice on when to help and when to say no. DAVE RANT: Dave responds to a Twitter post about how to motivate your employees to care: "I don't. I hire motivated people."  Follow @DaveRamsey on Twitter to leave your own question for Dave.

 

Calls this Episode:

  • How can I get my mom to be responsible with money?
  • I'm not sure how to pay $30,000 for fertility treatments.
  • Should we say no to family asking for money?
  • Is it smart to participate in student loan forgiveness programs?
  • Should I sell my car or keep it and pay it off?
  • When should I give up fighting for my mom's estate?

  

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Aug 16, 2018

"You have to stop saying what you FEEL like and say what you're going to do." — Anthony

 

Ramsey Personalities Chris Hogan and Anthony ONeal answer questions from across America about your life and your money and respond to an Instagram post from a woman who feels like she'll never be able to get all of her credit card debt paid off. Follow Dave Ramsey on Instagram to post your own question! Featured call: I financed a mattress. Should I pay half of it off before I save my full emergency fund? Listen as Chris coaches him to take responsibility for his debt: "Is that mattress comfortable?!"  Shout Out: Chris and Anthony remember Aretha Franklin. 

 

Calls this Episode:

  • Should I take a semester off school to pay down my student loans? 
  • Is it better for me to use half of my bonus check to pay off a mattress I financed?
  • We have $90,000 in debt, only make $54,000, and can't stay motivated.
  • How should my mom invest the money she made off a home sale?
  • Should I roll my 403(b) over to a Roth IRA?
  • Are mutual funds or IRAs a better investment?

 

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Aug 16, 2018

"I've been buying diamonds for Sharon for 35 years, and they have yet to go up in value." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Dave on Social: Dave responds to a Twitter post about bank overdrafts. Follow @DaveRamsey on Twitter to leave your own question for Dave. Featured call: A young man in Nebraska asks if he should wait until he's paid off all his debt before he buys a ring for his fiancée. Listen as Dave gives common sense advice on how to choose a ring and how much to spend.

 

Calls this Episode:

  • I need help understanding PMI percentages. 
  • What's the first step in combining finances when I get married?
  • Should I switch from a traditional 401(k) to a Roth IRA?
  • What's the quickest way to get out of debt without using my savings?
  • How do I choose which mutual fund company to go with?
  • Can I save for an engagement ring while paying off debt?

  

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Aug 15, 2018

Ramsey Personalities Ken Coleman and Christy Wright answer questions across America about career and business. Featured call: A teacher wants to start a business that will enable him to hire his graduating students but doesn't know where to start. Listen as Christy gives him practical advice on what steps to take toward a solid business plan.

 

Calls this Episode:

  • My husband feels stuck in his job of 12 years. What should he do to get hired at another company?
  • How do I recover after a failed business attempt?
  • My wife used credit cards to start a business and it's not profitable.
  • What's the best way to start a business?
  • I think I made a mistake quitting my job to go into business with my father.
  • What questions should I ask during an interview?

 

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Aug 15, 2018

"Anyone can win. There's an element of taking personal responsibility . . . " — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Retirement expert Chris Hogan and Dave chat about what it's like to live paycheck to paycheck and how anyone can turn it around and become a millionaire: "Debt is a thief. It steals from your now, but it also steals from your later." — Chris Hogan

 

Calls this Episode:

  • A homeless man calls Dave to thank him for giving him HOPE.
  • I'm losing my job. Should I start a business?
  • Should I pay down my wife's student loan debt?
  • Are prepaid debit cards a smart tool for kids?
  • What's the best way to pay off the house early?
  • How can I get my job application noticed?

  

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Aug 15, 2018

"Student loan debt is not bankrupt-able." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money and gives his advice on choosing a home. Featured call: A young lady in Texas is barely making it on only $19,000 and is overwhelmed by the amount of debt she has. Dave gives specific advice on how to take control of her situation without declaring bankruptcy: "You really don't have a debt problem. You have an income problem." Social Media: Dave is asked whether he gets tired of asking the same questions over and over. Listen to his honest reply and visit Dave's Facebook page to leave your own question for Dave.

 

Calls this Episode:

  • Should I declare bankruptcy?
  • How do I handle suing my ex for being in contempt of court?
  • What should I do with an insurance settlement?
  • Should I pay off my rental property or sell it?
  • Is investing in a franchise a smart idea?

  

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Aug 14, 2018

"If you don't like what the contract says, the suggestion is—as an adult—you shouldn't sign it." — Dave

 

Dave answers questions from across America about your life and your money and gives his advice on choosing a home. Featured call: A guy in Texas is upset with his insurance broker for the policy he chose. Dave cuts to the chase to explain that the policy isn't the problem! Listen to his advice on how to avoid the confusion in the future. DEBT-FREE SCREAM: A couple from Ohio visits the studio to share how they saved their marriage and paid off their mortgage. 

 

Calls this Episode:

  • What size house should we buy?
  • Can I get my insurance company to give me more money for my roof?
  • Is it wise to invest my disability income?
  • Should I cash out my IRA to pay off credit cards?
  • Is $35,000 too much money to spend on a new car?
  • How can we afford to pay my mother-in-law back for my wife's student loans when we have other debt?

  

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Aug 14, 2018

 

"If you don't have a will then the state gets to make decisions for you." — Chris Hogan

 

Retirement expert Chris Hogan answers questions from across America about your life and your money. Featured call: A young dad asks Chris who he should give copies of his will to. Listen to Chris explain the best way to secure important legal documents. This call leads to a CHRIS RANT about protecting yourself and your family by getting a will. Chris explains what a FICO score really is and why you don't need one!

 

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Calls this Episode:

  • What should I do with the money I get when I sell two homes? 
  • How do I store my will and legacy documents?
  • Should I build my credit with Self Lender so I can buy a mobile home?
  • What can I do with extra college scholarship money?
  • How should I handle my 457(b) investment?
  • What's the best way to balance time with family and taking on extra jobs to get out of debt?

  

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Aug 14, 2018

"The word 'deferment,' y'all—all you're doing is delaying the inevitable." — Chris Hogan

 

Ramsey Personalities Chris Hogan and Anthony ONeal answer questions about your life and your money. Featured call: A man with over $200,000 in student loans asks if it's okay to start investing for retirement before paying off the debt. Chris and Anthony discuss the best way to attack loans and why you shouldn't keep putting it off with student loan deferment.

 

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Calls this Episode:

  • Should we pay off our student loans before saving for retirement?
  • What should I do with the $125K I've saved?
  • Is it wise for us to sell our house and downsize?
  • How do I start over financially as a single mom?
  • What's the best way to pay my bills on a tight budget?
  • Should I take out a loan for nursing school?

  

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Aug 13, 2018

"You're going to be the most successful when you start with what you have." — Christy

 

Retirement expert and Ramsey Personality Chris Hogan takes calls from across America about your life and your money. Business Boutique creator Christy Wright joins Chris in the studio. Featured Call: An entrepreneur asks Christy for help deciding how big or small to launch her business. Listen as Christy encourages her to start with building trust by getting experience wherever she can: "Starting out, get your core program going and that will help you learn the market." — Christy

 

Calls This Episode:

  • How should I start attacking my debt?
  • Who is the best market for my business?
  • Should I sell my car?
  • Which side business should I invest my time in?
  • Do I need long-term disability insurance?
  • Should I grow my sales business or become a sales rep for a national company?
  • Can I cash out an inherited IRA to pay off student loans?

 

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Aug 13, 2018

"She tells me she can't find her scissors. I think she's lying to me. We're going to deal with it." — Chris

 

Retirement expert and Ramsey Personality Chris Hogan takes calls from across America about your life and your money. Featured Call: A woman calls Chris with a mortgage question, then admits she still has credit cards. Listen as Chris coaches her to overcome her fear of cutting up her credit cards: "We've got to remove this false sense of security they're giving you . . . when we think different, we can start doing some things differently." 

 

Calls This Episode:

  • When do I pay my deferred mortgage principal?
  • Should I move my TSP to a Roth?
  • What should we do about the inflated housing market?
  • Should I be saving to pay off my mom's debts?
  • Is it better for us to buy a smaller house or rent?
  • What should I do if I can't afford my car?
  • Is it okay to take out a mortgage on a house we can't afford to pay cash for?

 

Want to Hear More From Chris Hogan? 

  • Listen to The Chris Hogan Show.
  • Read Retire Inspired: It's Not An Age; It's a Financial Number
  • Attend the Smart Money event to see Chris in person.
  • You Can Become an Everyday Millionaire. Read Everyday Millionaires to learn how to create a solid plan for your money.   

 

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Aug 13, 2018

"If you are in agreement on these 4 areas, you have a very high probability of a successful marriage." — Dave

 

Dave opens this episode with a call from someone who has been dating a new guy for a month and wants to know when to bring up money and debt. Listen as Dave explains when and how you should discuss money and 3 other key areas before getting engaged: "If it's serious enough to talk about whether you'd have kids when getting married, it's serious enough to talk about money." — Dave Retirement expert Chris Hogan joins Dave in studio to chat about the lies people believe about what it takes to become a millionaire. DEBT-FREE SCREAM: A family in Washington calls the show to share how they paid off $92,000 in just over 2 years: "It's absolutely crucial that both parties are on board and you talk through the good and the bad, knowing that it's not going to be perfect right out the gate."

 

Calls This Episode:

  • When do I bring up finances with the guy I'm dating?
  • How much life insurance do I need?
  • Should I stay on the income-based repayment for my student loans?
  • Should I sell both vehicles and upgrade to a better truck?

 

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