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The Dave Ramsey Show Podcast

by Dave Ramsey

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Why stress out over money? With the Dave Ramsey Show Podcast, financial adviser Dave Ramsey offers call-in listeners the chance to discuss their money issues. Topics Ramsey takes on include tips for staying debt-free in college, how to keep your marriage together during a financial crisis, and how to transition after losing a job or suffering a similar cash flow setback. Ramsey helps everyone he talks to with a faith-based, friendly demeanor that tackles not just your money questions, but your emotional health as well.


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The Dave Ramsey Show is about real life and how it revolves around money. Dave Ramsey teaches you to manage and budget your money, get out of debt, build wealth, and live in financial peace. Managing your money properly will reduce stress, improve your marriage, and provide security for you and your family.

And check out Dave Ramsey's latest audio book EntreLeadership: 20 Years of Practical Business Wisdom from the Trenches available on CD and audio download.


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#8258: Brexit Panic?


Wed, Jun 29, 2016


Hour 3: Aired on Wednesday, June 29, 2016

- Tanya (New Haven, CT) wants to know how to pay for school to become a special ed teacher.

- Whitney (Quantico, VA) asks the best way to tackle her debt.

- Dave reads a Twitter question from Moe, who asks about ROI for an investment property.

- Dave reads a Twitter question from AJ, who asks about pausing the debt snowball to plan for an upcoming wedding.

- Dave reads a Facebook question from Kimberly, who wonders which websites Dave recommends for stay-at-home moms to make extra money.

- Dave reads a Facebook question from Mario, who wants to know if he needs an accidental death policy in addition to his term life insurance.

- Dave mentions that the stock market went up another 300 points today.

- Bernice (Pueblo, CO) is debt-free after paying off $38,178 in 25 months!

- Dave encourages listeners to use his free online budgeting tool, EveryDollar.

- Dave reads the Scripture and quote of the day.

- Michelle (San Antonio, TX) wants to know if she should sell her house.

- Ryan (Orlando) and his fiancé are disagreeing about a student loan.



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#8257: Here’s a Better Use for the Lottery Money


Wed, Jun 29, 2016


Hour 2: Aired on Wednesday, June 29, 2016

- Kathy (Idaho Falls, ID) asks about refinancing while on disability.

- Shelby (Sioux Falls, SD) wants to know how to get the family on board.

- Peter (Tri-Cities, WA) has a question about funding house projects while on Baby Step 2.

- Brittaney (Charlotte, NC) wonders if her husband should work for his father's HVAC business.

- Rich and Janice (Boston) are debt-free after paying off $376,000 in four years!

- Drika (Los Angeles) wants to know what to do with an inherited 1031 exchange.

- Dave reads the Blinds.com question of the day from Steven, who asks how much his friend would have if he invested the $500–1,000 he spends each year on the lottery.



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#8256: Become a Stay-at-Home Mom?


Wed, Jun 29, 2016


Hour 1: Aired on Wednesday, June 29, 2016

- Laura (Eau Claire, WI) wonders if she and her husband should take his company's offer for private stock.

- Steve (Phoenix) is on disability and asks if he can get long-term care insurance.

- Andrew (Los Angeles) wants to know if he should sell his house to pay off his student loans.

- Lauren (Memphis, TN) wonders if she should sell stock to reduce debt and become a stay-at-home mom.

- Dave talks about how his answers are predictable, and what one radio programmer told him about his "boring" show.

- Clay (Laurel, MS) just got laid off and is wondering what to do next.

- David and Stacy (Rochester, NY) are thrilled to be debt-free after paying off $49,000 in 18 months!

- Dave encourages listeners to attend his most popular class, Financial Peace University, and explains a little more about it.

- Tanya (Indianapolis) wonders what percentage she should invest.

- Dave reads a Twitter question about rolling a 401(k) to an IRA while the market is down.

- Sky (Albuquerque, NM) asks about selling a motorcycle.



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#8255: Chad and Tera Paid Off Big Debt!


Tue, Jun 28, 2016


Hour 3: Aired on Tuesday, June 28, 2016

- Rachel (Lexington, KY) is dealing with a collection agency that won't negotiate with her on her medical bills.

- Dave talks about the concept of negotiation and how it happens in America as well as other countries.

- Dave talks about Chris Brown's radio show Chris Brown's True Stewardship and its podcast.

- Chad and Tera (Champaign, IL) are excited to scream that they've paid off $113,000 in 44 months and are debt-free!

- Tim (South Bend, IN) wants to help his mother-in-law with her gambling addiction.

- Sean (Fort Collins, CO) is debt-free after paying off $26,000 in seven months!

- Dave reads the Scripture and quote of the day.

- Dave talks about Hall-of-Fame Tennessee Lady Vols basketball coach Pat Summitt, who passed away early this morning.

- Vanessa (Boston) has a question about what to do with her teaching pension.

- Donald (Wheeling, WV) wonders if he needs a bigger emergency fund.

- Dave reads the Blinds.com question of the day from Kelly, who took out a Parent PLUS loan for her daughter.

- Dave talks about the economic effects of Brexit.



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#8254: They Mean Business!


Tue, Jun 28, 2016


Hour 2: Aired on Tuesday, June 28, 2016

- Dave welcomes guest Christy Wright to the studio for the full hour to take calls and talk about women in business.

- Dave and Christy talk about the Business Boutique event in Nashville on November 4 and 5, 2016.

- Christie (Cincinnati) wants to know if she should hire more cleaners.

- Kerri (Philadelphia) wonders if she should pay for social media ads for her glass-etching business.

- Brandon (Atlanta) asks if his wife, who wants to be a freelance writer, should attend Business Boutique.

- Sherrie (Chicago) wonders the best way to change the business model of her magazine from a free publication to a paid one.

- Julia (St. Louis, MO) wants to open a boutique and asks the early steps she should take to get started on it.



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#8253: Dave Remembers Pat Summitt


Tue, Jun 28, 2016


Hour 1: Aired on Tuesday, June 28, 2016

- Dave remembers legendary Tennessee Lady Vols basketball coach Pat Summitt.

- Jared (Tacoma, WA) asks what to do with his old 401(k).

- Justin (Tulsa, OK) wants to know how to become a financial planner.

- Courtney (Gainesville, FL) wonders if she should use her Florida prepaid college plan to pay down debt.

- Dave explains why he doesn’t recommend prepaid college tuition.

- Charles and Radonna (Sacramento, CA) are excited to scream that they're debt-free after paying off $73,200 in 20 months!

- Dave encourages listeners to attend his most popular class, Financial Peace University.

- Dave talks about meeting visitors in the lobby who met and fell in love at a Financial Peace University class.

- Rich (Atlanta) asks if self-directed IRAs are good.

- Ben (Columbus, OH) has a question about how to begin paying down debt.



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#8252: Know What You Owe


Mon, Jun 27, 2016


Hour 3: Aired on Monday, June 27, 2016

- Keegan (Indianapolis) says his wife doesn't know how much she owes in student loans.

- Alex (Phoenix) wants to know how to pay off the house.

- Joe (Salt Lake City, UT) asks if he should renew his life insurance.

- Sheri (Kansas City, MO) wonders how she can pay off the house.

- Dan and Chelsea (Provo, UT) have paid off $225,000 in three years and are now debt-free!

- Dave reads the Scripture and quote of the day.

- Dave promotes "The Dave Ramsey Show" YouTube Channel.

- Katelyn (Richmond, VA) asks about buying a house on contingency.

- Chris (Las Vegas) says his wife will not budget or make a plan.



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#8251: Car Dealers and Cash


Mon, Jun 27, 2016


Hour 2: Aired on Monday, June 27, 2016

- Makayla (Baltimore) asks if she should sell her starter home.

- Kathy (Atlanta) wants to know if she needs a Roth IRA.

- Dave reads a Facebook question from Elizabeth, who wonders why a cash offer is more desirable to a car dealer when they rely on financing for profits.

- Dan and Kelsey (Charlotte, NC) ask when to hire a management company for rental properties.

- Mike (Los Angeles) has siblings who are fighting over an inheritance.

- Sam (Laredo, TX) says he inherited homes from his parents.

- Josh and Mary (Billings, MT) are debt-free after paying off $50,000 in 32 months!

- Terry (Chicago) wonders how to receive and handle his late wife's life insurance money.

- Dave encourages listeners to attend his popular Financial Peace University class and talks about deals at daveramsey.com.

- Kristie (Traverse City, MI) asks what to do with money for kids.

- J.T. (Idaho Falls, ID) says his buyer wants to renegotiate the terms of a small business sale.



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#8250: London Bridge Isn’t Falling Down


Mon, Jun 27, 2016


Hour 1: Aired on Monday, June 27, 2016

- Dave talks about "Brexit", the recent vote by Great Britain to leave the European Union, and how the world isn't coming to an end.

- Ricardo (San Juan, Puerto Rico) wants to know if swing trading is a good idea.

- Allen (Atlanta) asks how to value land that he wants to purchase.

- Paul and Mollie (Lewiston, ID) are thrilled to scream that they've paid off $51,666 in 49 months!

- Jason (Greenville, SC) wants to know if he should take a new job.

- Dave announces that Christy Wright will appear on tomorrow's show.

- Dave reads the Blinds.com question of the day from Yvette, who asks if she should stop the debt snowball since she'll be laid off soon.

- Brian (Little Rock, AR) wants to know if he should use 401(k) funds to buy real estate.

- Brandon (Chicago) wonders how much he should spend on a car.

- Dave encourages listeners to sign up for our free budgeting tool EveryDollar.



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#8249: Dan and Summer Paid Off Nearly $300,000 in Less Than 7 Years!


Fri, Jun 24, 2016


- Rafael (Raleigh-Durham, NC) wants to know how to save for a car and vacation at the same time.

- Alana (Knoxville, TN) asks Dave if she should sell her house while on Baby Step 2 to pay off debt.

- David on Twitter wants to know if U.S. savings bonds can be used for an emergency fund.

- Tyler (Utica, NY) says his financial advisor is telling him not to pay off his mortgage. Is that smart?

- Chintan (Phoenix, AZ) wants to know whether to stick with a student loan reimbursement program or try to pay it off.

- Victoria asks Dave if she should accept a gift knowing it was paid for with a credit card.

- Christopher on Twitter wants to know if a broken lawnmower is worthy of using the emergency fund.

- Dan and Summer are in the lobby to do their debt-free scream after paying off $297,000 in 6 years and 10 months!

- Layton (Lake of the Ozarks, MO) is a single dad who wants to know how to save money.

- Mikey (South Bend, IN) asks how to budget with a variable income.

- Diana on Facebook asks about the steps to closing a credit card account.

- Richard on Twitter wants to start buying stocks but he doesn’t know where to begin.



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#8248: Don and Elizabeth Paid Off $198,000 in 43 Months!


Fri, Jun 24, 2016


- Jenni (Sacramento, CA) says her student loan is more than her mortgage. Should it be in Baby Step 6?

- Dave rants on why you can win at anything if you have a clear path and act on it.

- Tom and Sarah (Austin, TX) want to know how to budget for upcoming medical expenses on a known illness.

- Frank (Dayton, OH) received a $60,000 profit-sharing check when he left his company and wants to know where to put it.

- Dave reminds listeners that if you want to do your debt-free scream, you need to plan ahead and request early.

- Don and Elizabeth are in the lobby to do their debt-free scream. They paid off $198,000 in 43 months!

- Suzy (Las Vegas, NV) asks how to buy a used car at an honest price without hassle.



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#8247: How Do I Grow My Small Business?


Fri, Jun 24, 2016


- Rich (Pittsburgh, PA) wants to know if he should buy long-term care insurance as a rider on his life insurance policy.

- Collin (Coeur D’Alene, ID) asks Dave how to grow his window-tinting and lawn care businesses.

- Victoria (Los Angeles, CA) is being required to get a corporate credit card and wonders what she should do.

- Lisa (Scranton, PA) wants advice on how to set up a small business that helps take care of sick and elderly parents.

- John (Vancouver, WA) asks if he should sell his home and buy two condos.

- Ryan (Spokane, WA) wants to know what to do with his money in the short term.

- Cody (Santa Barbara, CA) has a question about paying off his student loans.

- Dave discusses Brexit and why you should keep your money in the stock market, even when everyone else is panicking.

- Danielle (Louisville, KY) has a question about moving her savings into a 529 after she has her baby.

- Anne (Meridian, ID) wants advice on what to do with inherited property.



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#8246: Daniel and Scarlett Are Debt-Free!


Thu, Jun 23, 2016


Hour 3: Aired on Thursday, June 23, 2016

- Chris Hogan joins Dave to discuss his new Retire Inspired Podcast. 

- Dave and Chris talk about Ramsey Solutions’ research on Millennials and retirement. 

- Shannon (Orlando, FL) wants to know if a Thrift Savings Plan is a good idea.

- Joan (San Antonio, TX) asks what a reasonable amount is to keep in CDs. 

- Daniel and Scarlett (Dallas, TX) are in the lobby for their debt-free scream after paying off $33,000 in 22 months. 

- Elizabeth (Las Vegas, NV) asks if she should keep her whole life insurance policy. 

- Mitch (Phoenix, AZ) has questions about his in-laws moving in. 

- Dave reads a Facebook question from Larry, who says he’s getting married soon and wants to know if his gifts will be taxable. 



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#8245: Saving for Retirement


Thu, Jun 23, 2016


Hour 2: Aired on Thursday, June 23, 2016

- John (Knoxville, TN) wants to know how much he needs to live comfortably in retirement. 

- Margaret (Los Angeles, CA) asks Dave about his financial advice for a teacher. 

- Brooke (San Diego, CA) has a question about her universal life insurance policy.

- Dave talks about our new YouTube series called “Turning Point.”

- Ryan (Kalamazoo, MI) says he’s debt free but still broke. He asks Dave about beginning to save for retirement. 

- Christal (Las Vegas, NV) says she disagrees with her husband on whether to sell one of their rental homes. 

- Dave answers Twitter questions about medical emergencies, Christmas budgeting on Baby Step 2, and whether a teenager should pay to fix their car after a wreck. 

- Ryan and Michelle (Milwaukee, WI) paid off $65,000 in 19 months and are in the lobby to shout, “We’re debt free!”

- Roy (St Louis, MO) wants to know if he should change jobs. 

- Carol (Phoenix, AZ) is a single mom with two remaining debts and wants to know what to do with her money. 

- Amy (Dayton, OH) asks Dave how to calculate depreciation on a rental. 

- Shalene (Spokane, WA) is 50 years old with no assets and doesn’t like the idea of merging accounts with her new husband. 



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#8244: Rent Now, Own Later?


Thu, Jun 23, 2016


Hour 1: Aired on Thursday, June 23, 2016

- David (Austin, TX) doesn’t have debt but hasn’t started investing yet. He asks Dave what he needs to do to set himself up for success. 

- Roberto (Alberta, Canada) says his girlfriend isn’t on board with the money plan.

- Rebecca (Tampa, FL) asks whether she should give money to her sister, who is mismanaging money. 

- Richard and Tiffany (Phoenix, AZ) are in the lobby to scream that they are debt-free! They paid off nearly $120,000 in 34 months. 

- Dave reads the Blinds.com question of the day from Jim, who asks about an inheritance situation.

- Dave talks about the EntreLeadership Summit coming to Orlando May 21–24, 2017.

- Kelly (Ann Arbor, MI) wants to know if she should move into a rental for a few years while saving to buy a house. 

- Theresa (Toronto, Canada) asks Dave if she should start saving for college now. 

- Dave tells listeners different ways to access the show. 



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#8243: Rebekah Paid Off $130,000!


Wed, Jun 22, 2016


Hour 3: Aired on Wednesday, June 22, 2016

- Matthew (San Antonio, TX) is worried about the stock market crashing and wonders if he should hold off on investing.

- Sonny (Chicago) asks if there is an easy way to figure out which debts he owes.

- John and Alysha (South Bend, IN) ask how they should prepare financially for retirement age since Alysha has Huntington's disease. 

- Dave reads the Blinds.com question of the day from David, who asks if he should take out loans for his kids' college or pay cash as they go.

- Rebekah (Raleigh-Durham, NC) is excited to scream that she is debt-free after paying off $130,000 in five years!

- Dave talks about the EntreLeadership 1-Day event coming up in Kansas City on October 19.

- Dave reads the Scripture and quote of the day.

- Dave reads a Twitter question from Victor, who asks Dave how he would respond to someone who said the economy would suffer if everyone was smart with money.                     



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#8242: When to Say No


Wed, Jun 22, 2016


Hour 2: Aired on Wednesday, June 22, 2016

- Diane (Las Cruces, NM) says her financial advisor fears that the market will crash.

- Luke (Rochester, MN) asks what Dave thinks about a community college giving a $500 emergency fund to a student if they show financial hardship.

- Justin (Louisville, KY) wonders if he should sell his house and move to an apartment that would be rent-free.

- Gina (Fort Smith, AR) asks if she should sell rental property to pay down debt.

- Lauren (Tacoma, WA) wonders if Dave has a preference between banks and credit unions.

- Dave reads a Facebook question from John, who asks about term life insurance versus whole life.

- Andrew and Amanda (Hershey, PA) are debt-free after paying off $67,000 in 25 months!

- Jennifer (Sacramento, CA) got an $18,000 windfall and wants to know the best to use the money.

- Melissa (Manchester, NH) says her emergency fund is depleted after helping family. She wonders at what point do you say no.

- Jared (Tupelo, MS) wants to sell his house and wonders if he should use extra money to attack the mortgage or improve the house.

- Dave talks about the debut of Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired podcast.



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#8241: Is the Emergency Fund Big Enough?


Wed, Jun 22, 2016


Hour 1: Aired on Wednesday, June 22, 2016

- Dave talks about his recent trip to Europe and compares the political and financial systems there to those in the U.S.

- Chris Brown joins Dave for the hour to take calls and answer questions.

- Ben (Los Angeles) says he and his wife are expecting a child and asks if their emergency fund is big enough.

- David (Ontario) wants to buy a high-end, expensive car and wonders if it’s a wise purchase.

- Meghan (Lincoln, NE) asks what to do with money she and her husband had saved for a pregnancy.

- Liz (Tianjin, China) paid off $66,000 in seven years and is debt-free!

- Lauren (Fort Sill, OK) says she and her husband disagree on whether or not to buy a house right now.

- Dave talks about Chris Hogan’s new Retire Inspired podcast that launched today!

- Dave encourages listeners to attend his most popular class, Financial Peace University.

- Allison (Fort Wayne, IN) says her husband bought a deer farm and doesn’t want to sell it, even though their income doesn’t cover the bills.



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#8240: Time for a Raise?


Tue, Jun 21, 2016


Hour 3: Aired on Tuesday, June 21, 2016

- Dave reads and rants about a blog from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College titled "Student Debt Burdens Non-Grads More."

- Dave reads a Twitter question from Derrick, who wants to know how often a person should ask for a raise.

- Lebron (Alexandria, VA) asks if he should sell his car as he works to get out of debt.

- Joey (Midland, TX) is considering a VA loan.

- Adam and Darlene (Fort Wayne, IN) are excited to scream that they've paid off $118,000 in five years and seven months and are now debt-free!

- Dave reads the Scripture and quote of the day.

- Mitch (Phoenix) wants to know if he should refinance his house before putting money into college savings.

- Alan (Atlanta) is being sued by his homeowner's association.



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#8239: Jeremy and Kristen Paid Off Enormous Debt!


Tue, Jun 21, 2016


Hour 2: Aired on Tuesday, June 21, 2016

- Kevin (Phoenix) wants to know if he should sell the vacant condo he owns.

- Jose (San Antonio, TX) asks about cash for budgeting.

- Kathryn (Colorado Springs, CO) wonders if she should use a $10,000 gift as a down payment on a house.

- Dave rants about not buying a house until you're ready.

- Jeremy and Kristen (Louisville, KY) are debt-free after paying off an incredible $295,000 in less than six years!

- Savannah (Greenville, SC) owns a business with three other people and asks about balancing the business partnership with friendship.

- Amber (Provo, UT) is moving to Dallas and needs advice about choosing between apartments.

- Melanie (Houston) wonders which student loan to pay first.



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#8238: Lingering Credit Score


Tue, Jun 21, 2016


Hour 1: Aired on Tuesday, June 21, 2016

- Micah (Jackson, TN) wonders if he should accept outside investors for his new hardwood-flooring business.

- Scott (Tulsa, OK) asks why his credit score hasn't gone away yet.

- David (Springfield, OH) wants to know if he should build a tiny house.

- Erin (Lexington, KY) asks about an UTMA versus a 529 plan.

- David and Tracy (Gainesville, FL) are debt-free after paying off $40,000 in 34 months.

- John (Dallas) has a question about getting a mortgage or saving cash for his next house.

- Dave reads the Blinds.com question of the day from Angela, who wonders if she should pay off debt by taking out a mortgage on a paid-for home.

- April (Chattanooga, TN) says her father-in-law forgave money she owes him, but he still holds it against her.

- Dave reads a Twitter question from Jonathan, who wonders if earthquake insurance is a good idea.



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#8237: Dave Talks About Proper Prioritizing


Mon, Jun 20, 2016


Hour 3: Aired on Monday, June 20, 2016

- Sarah (Milwaukee, WI) asks about paying student loans vs paying for a home refinance.

- Christian (Phoenix) wonders if he should cut back on his full-time job and use the extra time to pursue a new career.

- Dave encourages listeners to attend (and lead) Financial Peace University classes.

- Dave reads a Twitter question from Tiffany, who wants to know if she should figure out how much money she has first before assigning cash to her envelopes.

- Dave rants about budgeting and how people don’t often prioritize their money well.

- Gary and Angie (Monterey, CA) have paid off $78,000 in 34 months and are now debt-free!

- Dave reads a Twitter question from Lindsey, who wants to know Dave's thoughts on store-branded debit cards.

- Dave reads the Scripture and quote of the day, then talks about generosity.



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#8236: It’s a Millionaire Theme Hour!


Mon, Jun 20, 2016


Hour 2: Aired on Monday, June 20, 2016

- Dave introduces the Millionaire Theme Hour and defines what a millionaire is.

- Kenney (Raleigh, NC) is a millionaire with a $20 million net worth who owns the Hwy 55 restaurant chain.

- Jeff (Fort Walton Beach, FL) has a net worth of $3 million.

- Elizabeth (Fort Collins, CO) is worth $2 million.

- Craig (Los Angeles) is a millionaire who sports a $2.2 million net worth.

- Andy (Dallas) has a net worth of $2.5 million.



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#8235: What to Do With the Windfall?


Mon, Jun 20, 2016


Hour 1: Aired on Monday, June 20, 2016

- Erica (St. Petersburg, FL) says her company wants her to use a credit card to travel.

- B.J. and Shelby (Bowling Green, KY) are excited to scream that they've paid off $40,000 in a year and are now debt-free!

- Andrea (Seattle) says her husband has no credit score and wonders if they should put their mortgage in her name to get a better rate.

- Lance (Des Moines, IA) was laid off recently and wonders if he should continue paying on his debt snowball or pile up cash.

- Chuck (Orlando) is getting a $40,000 windfall and asks if he should pay off debt or use the money to pursue a product he invented.

- Dave encourages listeners to attend the Smart Money Smart Kids class.

- Dave reads the Blinds.com question of the day from Dan, who saved $30,000 for a kitchen renovation but has another idea for what to do with the money.

- Bethany (Manhattan, KS) has a farm to pay off and asks which Baby Step she's on.



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#8234: Seriously Upside Down on the Car


Fri, Jun 17, 2016


Hour 3: Aired on Friday, June 17, 2016

 - Jesse (Anchorage, AK) wants to know how to get out of being $10,000 upside down on a car loan.

- Judy (Chicago) own a self-directed real estate IRA and wonders if it's a good choice for part of her retirement.

- Dave reads the Blinds.com question of the day from Victoria, who asks if the savings bonds she lost can be replaced.

- Keyanna (Newport News, VA) is in community college and is unsure how to pay for a four-year college when she transfers.

- Kris (Lexington, KY) asks what to do with a 457(b).

- Dave reads a Twitter question from John, who was denied long-term disability insurance for medical reasons and asks how to get some without a medical check.

- Erik and Tahnee (Brainerd, MN) are debt-free after paying off $77,000 in 33 months!

- Dave reads a Facebook question from Marshall, who wonders if he and his wife should have some personal spending money in their budget.

- Dave reads the Scripture and quote of the day.

- Dave encourages listeners to attend the Smart Money Smart Kids class.

- Debbie (Phoenix) has a question about balancing retirement funding versus paying her mortgage.

- Jeremy (Las Vegas) wonders how to handle his large but unsteady income.



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#8233: Baby Steps and Wedding Planning


Fri, Jun 17, 2016


Hour 2: Aired on Friday, June 17, 2016

- Ted (Greenville, SC) wants to know how to set up beneficiaries.

- Jennifer (Dallas) wonders how to prioritize the Baby Steps in the midst of planning a wedding.

- Ken, Chris Hogan, and Chris Brown talk about Chris Brown's radio show and podcast, "Chris Brown True Stewardship."

- Our hosts discuss the importance of Father's Day and fatherhood in general.

- Cody (Santa Barbara, CA) has old debts that belong to his ex-wife.

- Melissa (San Antonio, TX) says her husband wants to start a business, but it will slow down their financial progress.

- Andy (Atlanta) asks about investing versus paying off the mortgage.

- Ken, Chris, and Chris encourage listeners to attend Financial Peace University.

- Diana (Bend, OR) wants to know how she can consolidate small bills.

- Margaret (Minneapolis, MN) needs information on shopping for a used car that will be worth the money.



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#8232: What Should I Do With This Cash?


Fri, Jun 17, 2016


Hour 1: Aired on Friday, June 17, 2016

- Ken Coleman and Chris Hogan host the show today.       

- Charlie and Kerry (Denver) are having a disagreement about their side business.

- Ken and Chris talk about podcasts and how you can learn so much from them.

- Chrissy (South Bend, IN) and her husband are disagreeing about Baby Step 4.

- Holly (Dallas) wants to know what to do with $10,000 in cash.

- Ken and Chris talk about Chris' new podcast.

- Andrew (Grand Rapids, MI) says his wife wants more money in savings.

- Salyric (Charlotte, NC) is a single mom who is always behind with money.

- Ken and Chris read a Twitter question from Christopher, who wonders if he should use his emergency fund to replace his broken mower.

- Chris (Tampa, FL) wants some information about budgeting while working on commission.

- Michelle (Lexington, KY) wonders about the order in which she should pay off debt.

- Stephanie (New York) asks how to get started.



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#8231: Do You Know What Your Digital Footprint Is?


Thu, Jun 16, 2016


- Ken Coleman announces Chris Hogan and Anthony ONeal’s upcoming appearances.

- Cameron (Salem, OR) wants advice on paying off his student loans.

- Ken, Chris and Anthony discuss if it’s wise for people who start retirement investing later in life to invest more than 15% of their income.

- Ken, Chris and Anthony talk about “digital footprints” and why people, especially young people, need to be aware of theirs.

- Ken wishes Chris’ wife, Melissa, a happy birthday.

- Kathy (Chicago) needs advice on health insurance.

- Bruce (Dallas) wonders if he should sell his Jeep or pay it off.

- Chris announces the Retire Inspired Podcast, which launches on June 22.

- Jay (Lewisburg, NC) has a car payment that’s half of his take-home pay, and he wants to know if he should sell it.

- Jessica (Orlando) asks if she should use an inherited 401(k) to pay off her debts.

- Ken, Chris and Anthony answer a Facebook question about mortgages.



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#8230: Tom and Ruth’s Long Journey Is Over!


Thu, Jun 16, 2016


- Susan (Abilene, TX) wants to know what percentage of her retirement income should be allocated to housing.

- Bob (Norman, OK) wonders if he should buy a house.

- Brandon (Fargo, ND) asks if owning a motorcycle is a good idea.

- Sue (Tampa, FL) wants to know in which Baby Step she should start saving for a newer car.

- Lynn (Omaha, NE) feels like a hostage to her mortgage and wonders if she should sell the house.

- Tom and Ruth (Indianapolis) are debt-free after paying off $98,000 in six years.

- Jolene (Santa Barbara, CA) asks about using retirement savings to pay down her student loan debt.

- Becky (Lexington, KY) and her husband disagree on how to help their adult daughter get back on her feet.



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#8229: Should We Both Work the Business?


Thu, Jun 16, 2016


- Zack (Phoenix) asks if he should put his student loans first in his debt snowball since he's being sued.

- Sandra (Dallas) wants to know if her 25-year-old daughter in New York should buy an investment condo in Austin, TX.

- Dave reads the Blinds.com question of the day from Sue, who wants to make sure her adult children, who aren’t working, will not starve after she dies.

- Katrina (Alberta, Canada) needs to know if she and her husband should get individual life insurance policies or a joint/first-to-die policy.

- Kate (Tampa, FL) says her husband won't take money seriously.

- John (Dallas) asks if he should put money toward college savings or a house.

- Victoria (Bakersfield, CA) recently started a business and wonders if she and her husband should both work in it.



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#7840: Dave's Team Member Is Debt-Free!


Thu, Dec 17, 2015


- Carlee (Iowa) and her husband wonder if they should pause on retirement savings to build up a bigger pile of money for house repairs once they buy.

- Jason (Detroit) wants to know if he should roll his 401(k) over to his new job or withdraw it to pay off debt.

- Nora (Greenville, SC) wants to know where collections fit into the Baby Step process.

- Nick (Phoenix) and his wife ask if they should sell their paid-for house to build a custom house on some property they have.

- Michelle (Lexington, KY) asks if she should take money from her savings account to pay off her mortgage.

- Amy from Twitter wonders about the best way to deal with capital gains tax.

- Parker and Kara (Nashville - Parker works for Dave) have paid off $32,000 in 19 months and are now debt-free!

- Anna (Baton Rouge, LA) is going back to grad school in January and asks if she should borrow from her 403(b) to pay for college.

- Dave plugs EveryDollar.

- David (San Antonio, TX) owns three whole life insurance policies and asks if it’s smart to keep them.

- Michelle (New York) wonders what happens to the bills that don’t get paid when the paycheck from your irregular income arrives.

- JC from Twitter asks what gazelle intense means.



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#7839: Ken Coleman hosts with special guests Rachel Cruze and Chris Hogan.


Thu, Dec 17, 2015


- Ken, Rachel and Chris talk about the upcoming release of Chris’ book Retire Inspired as well as Rachel’s next book project set to release in late 2016.

- Rachel, Chris and Ken talk about how they stay on budget with their Christmas shopping and offer tips for how you can do the same.

- Sarah (Tacoma, WA) asks how you can respectfully speak to your parents about money when they struggle with it.

- Jack (Chicago) wants to know if he should finish Baby Step 3 before spending $6,000 getting his degree at an online college.

- Brad from Twitter is on Baby Step 2 and asks if he should cash out his work vacation days to pay on his debt.

- Maria (Temple, TX) has a husband who wants to take out a 401(k) loan. She wants to know why that’s not a good idea.

- Elaine (San Antonio, TX) and her husband are in their 60s. She wants to know the age where they can start withdrawing from their mutual funds.

- Jesus (Hartford, CT) has a $4,000 car that needs $2,000 in repairs. He wonders if he should pay to fix it or pay cash for a newer $10,000 car.

- Chris, Ken and Rachel talk about keeping gift and money expectations reasonable during the Christmas season.



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