"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!
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