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  • Dave Ramsey says: Weigh pros, cons of multifamily home build

    Building a multi-family structure means rent money for a landlord, but it also means lack of privacy and maybe not enough elbow room.
  • 10 good jobs that pay well and don’t require a 4-year degree

    Despite what our culture, your parents, or your own inner critic tells you, there are lots of high-paying jobs out there that don’t require a bachelor’s degree.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Real estate, mutual funds are wise options for investment

    Pay cash for income-producing real estate, and when it comes to mutual funds, invest in good, growth stock mutual funds with a solid track record of at least 10 years.
  • 3 reasons you should finally start that business you’ve dreamed of

    Small Business Week is May 2-8, and I want to take this opportunity to share three reasons why you should finally give yourself permission to go for your dream.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Set goals to help adult daughter leave home again

    You and your husband should come to an agreement on a plan that allows your back-at-home adult daughter a little time to heal but also includes expectations, and a move-out date.
  • Here are 5 exercises to help you overcome loneliness

    Regardless of how old you are, how much loss you have experienced, or how overwhelming it feels, you don’t have to live a lonely, isolated life. In fact, you must not life a lonely, isolated life.
  • Dave Ramsey says: You can get around obstacles blocking financial success

    To change a bad financial situation, you have to be willing to step back and honestly look at the overall picture of what has and hasn’t been working and why.
  • 3 reasons why you should reject the micro-investing trend

    Micro-investing isn’t the worst thing you could do with your money, but you'd still be better off with a long-haul strategy.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Leave emergency fund for calamity, not paying debt

    Paying off your home a few months earlier isn’t exactly an emergency. Don't risk your fund by dipping into it unnecessarily.
  • Do your kids a favor and teach them to be financially literate

    If you've been hearing the term “financial literacy” a lot, there’s a good reason — it’s one of the most important money-related topics around.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Winning with money is about behavior

    You’ll never get control of your finances until you rid yourself of the mindset that debt is OK.
  • How to decide whether to refinance your student loan

    If you’re feeling crushed by your student loan debt right now, you’re not alone. It can feel like a huge burden you’ll never get off your shoulders.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Pay off only debt and enjoy the ride

    Paying off a car loan in two years means discipline and hard work, in addition to living on a strict budget. But in return, you’ll have that debt off your back.
  • Women entrepreneurs can build confidence by building support team

    Building a business can leave you feeling lonely. Week after week, through all the ups and downs, you start to doubt yourself. You need confidence.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Single person may need less life insurance than others

    A single person without dependents could forgo a traditional life insurance policy, especially if they've been smart with money and saved up a pile of cash.
  • 3 ways to stop spending and start saving your money

    Nearly 40% of Americans can’t cover a $400 expense from their savings. The habit of saving isn’t something we can do passively. Here are three tips to help you get better at it.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Learning about money prepares kids for future

    One of the best ways you can make sure your kids are ready to face adulthood when the time comes is to teach them how to handle money at an early age.
  • Starting a new career in your 50s doesn’t have to be overwhelming

    There are a lot of fears and insecurities that can creep up when you’re thinking about making any big change later in life. Don’t let that stop you from doing what you were created to do.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Buying new car to save gas money is shaky validation

    There are a lot smarter things you can do to save on gas money than taking on the debt of new, more efficient car. For starters, you could relocate closer to work or join a carpool.
  • What the student loan payment relief extension means for you

    Let's talk about student loan relief that came from the CARES Act, which has been extended through Sept. 30.