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What You'll Get
Silencing collection calls and burying bank statements in the backyard won't fix financial faux pas. Learn to pull yourself out of the red with today's penny-pinching side deal. For $19, you'll get admission to Dave Ramsey's Total Money Makeover LIVE (a $39 value) on Thursday, September 23rd, from 6 p.m.–9:30 p.m. at Dodge Theatre.
The 3.5-hour, high-energy presentation will get you fired up about finance. New York Times best-selling author Dave Ramsey's tried-and-true methods demystify money, offering honest answers for digging out of debt. During the presentation, you'll learn how to create a plan, save, and confidently invest.
Money is one of the few things that everyone wishes they had more of and that everyone needs, because it makes excellent kindling. Student loans, layoffs, and careless credit-card swiping could all be polluting your financial health like a lake polluted with thousands of nickels. That is why Dave Ramsey advocates using debit cards instead of credit cards to purchase this Groupon and other stuff you purchase, and hand towels instead of dollar bills for vending machines. Dave's upbeat and upfront attitude breaks down how to build up your bank, so you'll leave inspired and motivated. Get this Groupon for your couch-hopping cousin, always-broke best friend, or in-debt intern.
- He is so serious about shunning debt that his Web site takes only debit cards; try to pay with a Capital One Visa, and the system rejects the card, then tut-tuts at you. – Megan McArdle, Atlantic
- Too bad this program is not required listening for everyone from the age of 8 to 80. If it were, we would not find ourselves in this sad financial situation, personal, and governmental. – Melchat, RateItAll
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 24, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for event and date purchased. No children permitted. No outside food or drink permitted. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.