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If you tuned in to hear my top 10 tips to control your spending this year, then you certainly learned that I have a HUGE Dave Ramsey giveaway going on!
That’s right, I have two of each of the following Dave Ramsey money-saving, budget-teaching tools to giveaway to my readers:
*Dave Ramsey Starter bundle: Includes The Total Money Makeover book, The Complete Guide to Money book, 13 lessons on audio CDs, starter envelope system, and Budgeting Software.
*Dave Ramsey Kid’s Monster Pack: Includes Financial Peace Junior, Junior’s Adventures books and audiobooks, Junior Adventures banks, and a Junior tote bag.
I featured each of these on my “Meaningful Gift” TV segment back in December and now I’m thrilled to be able to offer 4 people the chance to truly start their New Year’s on the right foot and leave a new legacy for their family.
You can choose any of the ways below to enter (some allow you to enter once per day!):
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Good luck and don’t forget that four of you will win, so Tweet, Facebook and leave a comment below to increase your chances of winning!
Want to learn more about how to live your best life on less? Watch my other money-saving TV segments!
I love listening to Dave’s show. It would be awesome to win this bundle!
I like the Starter Bundle
I’d like to win the Dave Ramsey Starter bundle and it would help me by giving me tips to save some money which I’m going to need since I have a daughter coming in the nest few months!
Pick me! Pick me! That’s an AWESOME bundle. 🙂
We have some of the Kids’ pack, and LOVE it! We would love either, but really have our eye on the Starter Bundle!
This would be great for my husband and me. We got out of debt last year and then went crazy spending all of our “extra” money. We have decided this year we are going to keep our spending in check and need some direction as to how to do it. Sami – if you just have some advice you would like to offer, that would be great too!! Thank you!
Quick advice would be 1. set up a remote account (like ING direct) where you can put the money, but won’t see it everyday and be tempted to spend it. 2. Set a really big goal to save it for (after your emergency fund, of course!). That way, it helps you get through the small, immediate temptations. Hope that helps!
Either one would be great!! I’m really in the beginners stage(again) on saving money.would love to getthe dave ramseys kids monster pack-this would really be a great learning tool for my kids( having seven this would really help)