The premium version of EveryDollar, Ramsey Solutions’ zero-based budgeting app with more than 3 million downloads, is now available for individual purchase for $79.99 per year or $12.99 per month.
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As inflation hit a 40-year high and home prices skyrocketed, the second quarter of 2022 caused financial stress across the country. According to the latest edition of The State of Personal Finance 2022 by Ramsey Solutions, 40% of Americans reported inflation was their top challenge, followed closely by the cost of living at 39%.
Ramsey Solutions’ premier high school curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance, has been newly updated to meet the needs of educators and students nationwide.
Free Livestream on Thursday, July 14
Rising inflation is impacting nearly every American in the early start of 2022. But according to Ramsey Solutions’ Q1 State of Personal Finance study, 85% of those who use a monthly budget believe it helped control their impulse spending.
It’s no secret that the pace of life has made us exhausted. National bestselling author and mental health and wellness expert Dr. John Delony reminds readers there’s a better, healthier way to live.
For the ninth year, Ramsey Solutions is honoring teachers with a Teacher Appreciation Giveaway during National Financial Literacy Month.
The State of Mental Health study reveals a number of challenges weighing heavily on people.
In the 2022 SmartDollar Employee Benefits Study, employees cite money and personal finances as their top reasons for significant stress.