The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show is about real life and how it revolves around money. Dave Ramsey teaches you to manage and budget your money, get out of debt, build wealth, and live in financial peace. Managing your money properly will reduce stress, improve your marriage, and provide security for you and your family.
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Dec 17, 2015

- Carlee (Iowa) and her husband wonder if they should pause on retirement savings to build up a bigger pile of money for house repairs once they buy.

- Jason (Detroit) wants to know if he should roll his 401(k) over to his new job or withdraw it to pay off debt.

- Nora (Greenville, SC) wants to know where collections fit into the Baby Step process.

- Nick (Phoenix) and his wife ask if they should sell their paid-for house to build a custom house on some property they have.

- Michelle (Lexington, KY) asks if she should take money from her savings account to pay off her mortgage.

- Amy from Twitter wonders about the best way to deal with capital gains tax.

- Parker and Kara (Nashville - Parker works for Dave) have paid off $32,000 in 19 months and are now debt-free!

- Anna (Baton Rouge, LA) is going back to grad school in January and asks if she should borrow from her 403(b) to pay for college.

- Dave plugs EveryDollar.

- David (San Antonio, TX) owns three whole life insurance policies and asks if it’s smart to keep them.

- Michelle (New York) wonders what happens to the bills that don’t get paid when the paycheck from your irregular income arrives.

- JC from Twitter asks what gazelle intense means.

Dec 17, 2015

- Ken, Rachel and Chris talk about the upcoming release of Chris’ book Retire Inspired as well as Rachel’s next book project set to release in late 2016.

- Rachel, Chris and Ken talk about how they stay on budget with their Christmas shopping and offer tips for how you can do the same.

- Sarah (Tacoma, WA) asks how you can respectfully speak to your parents about money when they struggle with it.

- Jack (Chicago) wants to know if he should finish Baby Step 3 before spending $6,000 getting his degree at an online college.

- Brad from Twitter is on Baby Step 2 and asks if he should cash out his work vacation days to pay on his debt.

- Maria (Temple, TX) has a husband who wants to take out a 401(k) loan. She wants to know why that’s not a good idea.

- Elaine (San Antonio, TX) and her husband are in their 60s. She wants to know the age where they can start withdrawing from their mutual funds.

- Jesus (Hartford, CT) has a $4,000 car that needs $2,000 in repairs. He wonders if he should pay to fix it or pay cash for a newer $10,000 car.

- Chris, Ken and Rachel talk about keeping gift and money expectations reasonable during the Christmas season.