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: Playing the lottery robs you of your future

Dave Says: Playing the lottery robs you of your future

Dear Dave, I’ve been struggling financially for the past few months, so I’ve been playing the lottery once a week. To me, the chance to win millions is worth a few dollars a month, even if things are tight. Paula   Dear Paula, You’ve told me you’re having money troubles, and at the same time…

Dave Says: Keep your dignity, and work your way out

Dave Says: Keep your dignity, and work your way out

Dear Dave, My wife and I will both turn 30 next month. We have two young children, and we make a little over $85,000 combined. The problem is we have about $70,000 in debt. Some of it is credit card debt, but nearly $50,000 is in two car loans. Her mom and dad have offered…

How to Budget in the New Year     

How to Budget in the New Year     

We all love a good New Year’s celebration, but with it comes the reminder of goals, responsibilities, and resolutions for the upcoming year. And if you’re like most people, somewhere in the middle of all your resolutions is money—as in, the desire to manage it better.