Dave Ramsey answers a question from an expectant mother about getting a cellphone upgrade to take good photos of their baby while in debt
Dave Ramsey answers a question about stopping the cycle of falling in and out of debt
Dave Ramsey answers questions about building the $1,000 starter emergency fund vs. paying off debt and about whether to get student loans to complete a degree
Reader asks: What’s the best way to talk to a parent, and tell them their career or financial choices aren’t working out?
I realized a long time ago debt is not a mathematics problem — it’s a behavior problem
Dave Ramsey answers questions from readers about how much to save in an emergency fund and investing for retirement.
Dave Ramsey answers a question about how to be a good investor to build wealth.
Dave Ramsey answers questions about family members going into business together and about getting renters insurance on a student son’s cheap college apartment.
Should we adjust our emergency fund and retirement investing to accommodate all the upcoming life changes that go along with having a bigger family? What is your opinion on micro investing apps like Acorns and Betterment?
A reader asks Dave Ramsey if cash gifts should be used for fun money or paying down debts.
Goals and dreams always have a better chance of coming true if you have a written game plan.
I’ve never hidden debt from my husband, but I do hide money from him on occasion. I don’t hide it for my personal use, but I have been setting money aside for emergencies without his knowledge.
Dave Ramsey says in some cases, helping someone means offering what you know they need instead of want. You’re never really helping someone who’s incompetent with money by simply handing them cash. Also: When to buy long-term care insurance.
Should I still contribute up to the match to my 401(k) at work, like you recommend, if I’m in the process of trying to get out of debt?
Dave Ramsey counsels a couple that wants to help a single mother who has asked for money to care for her a small child.
Dave Ramsey offers counsel on day trading (don’t) and saving for kids’ college funds (do).
Is there ever a time when a 30-year mortgage is better than a 15-year mortgage? At what point, where your net worth is concerned, should you consider additional umbrella insurance?
Refinance home mortgage to eliminate PMI? Invest in a vintage watch?
Dave Ramsey answers questions about being a long-distance landlord and whether a married couple should combine their finances.
Dave Ramsey answers questions from an engaged couple about putting together a budget and from a woman wondering about how to diversify her investments.
Dave Ramsey offers advice about an emergency fund when you’re retired and saving for retirement.
Dave Ramsey counsels a couple about when to start the homebuying process.
Do you recommend paying off credit card balances before or after closing the accounts? And how to pay off a car loan early.