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Dave Ramsey
Dave Ramsey is a personal money management expert, popular national radio personality and the author of three New York Times bestsellers — "The Total Money Makeover," "Financial Peace Revisited" and "More Than Enough." In them, Ramsey exemplifies his life's work of teaching others how to be financially responsible, so they can acquire enough wealth to take care of loved ones, live prosperously into old age, and give generously to others. For more financial help, please visit daveramsey.com.

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I want you to save up cash and get a really nice, barely used car. I never advise buying a brand-new car unless you have a net worth of at least $1 million.
You aren’t an unloving or ungrateful child for not letting your dad run all over you. Talk to him in a kind, respectful way.
There’s nothing wrong with having some nice things. But there’s a big difference between you having things and your things having you. Never let “stuff” stand between you and your family...
If an organization cares about its team members, and one of them has the ability to double his or her income and is not breaking a promise in the process, this type of scenario is perfectly reasonable.
Overspending is, 100 percent of the time, a choice. It’s a decision. Most of the time it’s linked to immaturity, although there can be other issues at play.
If you can’t buy a home with cash, you need the stability of a 15-year, fixed-rate mortgage in your life.
Dave Ramsey says to let spouse's birthday be spending money instead of debt payment.
Your personal integrity wants you to do a good job for yourself and your employer, but it’s also telling you that pushing customers to buy store credit cards goes against your beliefs. So, what to do?
I think e-giving in itself is fine. But if I were the pastor or on the leadership board and we had an e-giving process, I would strongly encourage people to use debit cards and not credit cards.
Asking someone how much they make or where they are on their debt snowball in this scenario is officially weird — even by my standards.