Dave Ramsey

A few weeks ago, I talked about the dynamics of financial compatibility for couples.  So, I was interested in this article on couples going to money therapy. It quotes various financial expert including a financial planner, Dave Ramsey, consumer credit counseling association and a money coach. How’s that for a collection of opinions.  I took away […]

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Many times I’ve referenced the teachings of Dave Ramsey (DR) and what I learned from his Financial Peace University course.  You might have gotten the impression that I follow the teachings 100 percent.  I hope it doesn’t burst your bubble but there are three ways major ways I differ with Dave Ramsey. Credit Card Use DR […]

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We’re still in the midst of the never-ending heat wave, but the calendar points to the end of summer (figuratively) with Labor Day upon us.  This week we learned that the Federal Reserve believes the recession ended last month. This is great news, but predictions are for a slow, fragile recovery. One of the positive […]

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Dave Ramsey Sale

by Kay Lynn

In case any of my articles have sparked an interest in Financial Peace University and/or Dave Ramsey, the Dave Ramsey website is having a sale. If you’re interested in learning more about Dave Ramsey’s steps to financial peace check it out as books, DVDs and many products are on sale for $9.99. I did see […]

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Retiree Boot Camp

by Kay Lynn

A recent New York Times article caught my interest as it related to retirement and personal finance. The article details a retirement boot camp run by two financial advisers in Charlotte, NC. Now, I’ve been through the real thing (yes, I am a Navy veteran) so I wanted to read more about this boot camp. […]

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