Ramsey Solutions financial expert Chris Hogan on how Americans can set a budget, tackle their debt and boost their retirement savings.

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14 replies
  1. vforvendetta60
    vforvendetta60 says:

    First they tell you to be content with minimum wage, then they tell you to be happy working multiple jobs just to break even,then they tell you to save from the little pay you get from your minimum wage job and then they scorn you for not being able to pay off your medical bills. If this doesn't open your eyes to what class Fox is catering,I do not know what will. They are literally telling you to accept indentured servitude, whilst the reach get even more bloated from luxuries and money. You should be ashamed of trying to have a basic lifestyle.

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  2. Matt Foley
    Matt Foley says:

    1. Always pay your credit card in full each month. If you can't afford to buy something then what makes you think you can afford to buy it PLUS 25% interest? Stupid, stupid, stupid. Use your credit card for convenience only.
    2. Use free antenna tv. You don't need to pay for cable tv.
    3. Lose the smart phone. Is your stupid text or phone call so important that you have to do it in the car?
    4. Stop eating out and learn to cook at home. Instead of blowing $20 for 1 dinner out you can buy enough food for a few days at home.

    You're welcome.

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  3. JoeyBear
    JoeyBear says:

    I wonder if debt is an option when i am buying equipment for my small business. Im broke as a joke but have enough credit for the crap i need to make my business easier and more efficient.

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