Retirement saving before college fund?

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, I noticed that your Baby Steps list puts saving for retirement before saving for your kids' college fund. Sending your kids to college would come first more…

Dating on a dime

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, I'm a recent college graduate, and I'm determined to follow your plan and get out of debt. My biggest problem is when it comes to dating. more…

Is storing 'piles of cash' biblical?

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, You're always talking about accumulating piles of cash. I've gone to church for several years, and the Bible says not to lay up treasures on earth. more…

Keeping business simple

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, My husband is a landscaper who works for the state. He has his technical license and wants to start a business doing private work as well. more…

Dishonesty – not the best policy

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, I don't hide debt from my spouse, but I do hide money from her. I've been squirreling away money for emergencies without her knowledge. She's not more…

Wives with wisdom? Not so much

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, We've got $1,000 in our starter emergency fund, and we've paid off the last of our debt. We're renting, but now my wife really wants to more…

Don't give your kids 'welfare'

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, How do you feel about giving an allowance to kids who are younger than 10 years old? Anonymous Dear Anonymous, I don't do allowances for anyone. more…

My brother's keeper?

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, My brother and I recently received an inheritance after our mom died. He's never been very good with money, so I was proud of him when more…

Debt snowball rolling backward?

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, Why do you recommend paying off your debts from smallest to largest when doing the debt snowball? Mike Dear Mike, This is a really good question! more…

When to leave that job you hate

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, My husband and I are completely debt-free. He makes about $100,000 a year with great benefits, plus we have $80,000 in savings. The problem is he more…