The Dave Ramsey Show

Starting from nothing, Dave was making $250,000 and had a net worth of over a million dollars by the time he was 26. Just two years later, it was all gone because of his short-term debt.

After losing everything, Dave went on a quest to find out how money really worked and once he did, he formed Ramsey Solutions to counsel folks hurting from the results of financial stress. He wrote the book “Financial Peace” based on what he learned and started selling it out of his car, and now has six-best sellers to his credit. He started his Tennessee call-in radio show that is now heard all across the nation including The Talk Monster.

Dave has been nominated for the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame where our own Jim Reynolds is already a member, but he defines success not by dollars coming in, rather by the number of lives changed: listeners getting out of debt, readers taking their first Baby Step and saving $1000, and Financial Peace University graduates investing for their future.

Dave provides common-sense education and empowerment that give hope to everyone in every walk of life.

Call Dave at 888-TALK-BAK (888-825-5225).

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Dave Says: When to start the process?

Dave Says: When to start the process?

Dear Dave, My husband and I are debt-free, and we have an emergency fund of six months of expenses saved. We’d like to buy a home in the $250,000 to $275,000 price range in the near future, and we plan on saving $60,000 for a down payment. It should take a little less than two…

Dave Says: A home shouldn’t leave you house poor

Dave Says: A home shouldn’t leave you house poor

Dear Dave, My husband and I were listening to your radio show the other day. In it, you were speaking to a lady about buying a home. When you talk about mortgage payments being 25 percent or less of your take-home pay, does this figure include taxes and insurance or just principal and interest? Ann…

Dave Says: Emergency fund for business?

Dave Says: Emergency fund for business?

Dear Dave, I have my own small business. My annual sales are just over $100,000, and I have a couple of months in administrative and general expenses set aside. Should I have an emergency fund for my company, too? If so, how much? Taylor Dear Taylor This is a great question! I like the idea…