Endless Fun With Bach and Ramsey
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Types of Financing

While both gents stress only paying for something if you have it, they also agree that money should be used with a purpose and not spent just to be spent.  They do however has different ways of going about their financial views.  Ramsey suggests making envelopes and marking all the different areas you'll be spending money and only putting in enough money to satisfy that given envelope.  One the envelope is empty, you have to wait untill next month to put money into that envelope.  Bach on the other hand suggests the follwing: 1. pay yourself first-once you receive your paycheck, pay your self and then do bills, recreational activities, and whatever else you want to do; 2. the latte factor-don't buy small, useless objects,  save your money and put it in the bank or toward something worthwhile; 3. make it automatic-make sure the process described obove is not inturrepted and continue to follow it to a "t." Don't allow yourself to get distracted and off track. 

 

These are the financial ideas of Bach and ramsey.  Their ways are different but the end result is what matters and both of their processes have the same end result: financial success.

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Background of David Bach

David Bach was born in Oakland, California in 1966 to Bobbi and Martin Bach.  He graduated from USC with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences and Communication.  Bach is the starter of FinishRich Media, LLC, was senior vice el presidente of  Morgan Stanley and a partner of The Bach Group. 

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David Bach's Website

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This is the website of David Bach.  It shows his financial advice for people looking to become more financially secure.  He is most well known for his "pay yourself first" financial point of view.

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Benefits from Bach

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Bach has made his knowledge public and now millionare benefiting from it.  Since Bach came on the radar, people have been samrter with their money and are paying themselves first.  Well most people, the major companies like Fannie Mae, AIG, GM, Freddie Mac, Bank of America, and Citigroup, they just never got the message.  Classic.  

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App Store - The Dave Ramsey Show

Dave Ramsey now has an app for phones and androids.  This is just another example of the massive movement of inventing apps in America.

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Ramsey's websatchel

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This is the domain of THE DAVID "Rumblin' Stumblin'" Ramsey. It shows the very famous financial approach of Dave Ramsey.  The envelope approach let's people see how much they have to spend.

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Ramseys' Reminiscing

 

Dave Ramsey, born September 3, 1960, and was raised in Antioch, Tennessee.  He graduated from the College of Business Administration  at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 1982.  He became one of Tennessee's most successful brokers by the age of 26 due to his rental real estate company, Ramsey Investments, Inc.  He was also admitted to the Graduate Realators Institute.   He has been married to his wife Sharon for 25 years, has three kids, and lives in Franklin, Tennessee.

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