4 more Dave Ramsey myths, debunked
Mr. Ramsey's hatred of annuities is all the more harmful because he boldly touts falsehoods as facts.
What if Dave Ramsey were held to a fiduciary standard?
A rarely discussed benefit of a revised fiduciary standard is that rogue advice-givers may become regulated.
Why Dave Ramsey’s investment advice sounds more logical than it really is
The distance between insanity and genius is often small.
Dave Ramsey's unjust war on whole life insurance
Eight and a half million listeners are impacted by Dave Ramsey’s misguided message that whole life insurance is “a really bad product.”
The dangerous lie Dave Ramsey tells about cash value life insurance
Dave Ramsey has a bad habit of giving harmful advice to any caller who asks about cash value life insurance or more conservative investments.
4 myths Dave Ramsey is spreading about fixed annuities (and how to overcome them)
When did it become acceptable to blame the tool rather than the carpenter for a job poorly done?
How Dave Ramsey's bad math leads to bad advice
A case study illustrates a simple truth: Sometimes debt is good.
Why Dave Ramsey is wrong about permanent life insurance
In his arguments for term life insurance, Dave Ramsey accidentally reveals why permanent insurance can be better.
Two great Dave Ramsey myths, debunked
Many of Ramsey’s truths are actually myths, but they’re said often enough and passionately enough that they're accepted without challenge.
These are the 7 steps Dave Ramsey followers really need
Ramsey’s tenets sound pretty good … until you actually look at his math.