Money should be fun, not stressful. Learn practical tips on how to save more money, get out of debt quickly and make progress toward your goals. You can take control of your money and create a life you love. Watch the show on video and learn more at RachelCruze.com/show.
Wondering why you can’t get ahead? Look in your driveway! Over the past decade, car debt has gone up 60%, and the average car payment is now $554!
I don’t want car loans to steal from your future! In the latest episode of The Rachel Cruze Show, you’ll learn:
Why financing a car is the worst financial decision you can make
How to pay off your current car and pay cash for your next one
How to save real money on car repairs—a mechanic shares his secrets
Millions of Americans are being duped by credit card companies every day. And, you guys, I’ve had it! So, in the latest episode of The Rachel Cruze Show, I’m going to expose credit cards for what they really are. You’ll learn:
• Lies you’ve probably heard about credit cards
• The truth no one is telling you about credit card points
• How to buy a house without a credit score
If you want to change your life, you need to prepare your heart for this: Change isn’t easy. But you know what else? It’s worth it. In this episode, you’ll learn:
Why most people struggle to make lasting change, and what you can do to be different.
How a family of six hit rock bottom before paying off $77,460 in 36 months—and what changes they made to make it happen.
Practical steps you can take to overcome fear and find a career you love.
Is saving money on everyday items a struggle? You work too hard for the money you have for one trip to the store to eat it all up! So in this episode, I’m going to help you shop smarter. You’ll learn:
The shopping hack almost no one knows about
Budget-friendly meals with healthy ingredients (that taste amazing, too!)
My money-saving tips to budgeting, spending and shopping for clothes
Christine Caine is one of my favorite people ever, and she was gracious enough to let me in on all her wisdom and record it to share with you! Our conversation was so rich. In this episode, you’ll learn:
• why you shouldn’t feel guilty for delegating and asking for help.
• how to stop the comparisons and see your life’s meaning, significance and worth.
• the incredible and radical ways Christine’s ministry is literally saving women around the world.
Disney World is one of my favorite places on earth, but it can cost a small fortune. Good news is, it doesn’t have to! In this episode, you’ll learn:
How to know if you, your family and your bank account are actually ready to go to Disney.
Twenty-one ways to save time and money at Disney—I’m talking thousands of dollars and hours of time saved!
The best-kept Disney dining secrets from our Disney food expert, Rachel Bshero.
If you don’t set the foundation for what your kids learn about money, they’ll pick it up somewhere else. So in this episode, you’ll find out:
How to teach your kids about money the way I learned from my dad, Dave Ramsey
The best ways to break down the walls between you and your teen to make a real connection (Guest: teen and millennial expert Anthony ONeal)
How a family of four paid off $303,000 in debt and got their kids involved in their debt-free journey
What does being rich really look like? It’s more attainable than you may think! Research shows there are three things wealthy people have in common, and in this episode I’ll reveal what they are so you can live rich, too.
Today’s episode is a conversation Dr. Henry Cloud and I had backstage at The Smart Conference, where he taught me the four keys to having healthy relationships. This is something I hear again and again that people want in their lives! Maybe for you that means to put up some boundaries so that others stop taking advantage of you. Maybe you need to let go of perfectionism. Whatever your situation looks like, this episode will give you the truth we all need.
The one thing that’s always true about traveling is that it costs money. Whether you love it (like I do!) or hate it, it seems like there’s always one reason or another to spend money going somewhere! Maybe you’re planning a honeymoon or a beach vacation. Maybe you’re getting out of debt and can’t spend much but have to travel to a family reunion or an out-of-town wedding. In this episode, we’re going to talk about how you can travel cheaper.
Buying a house is the biggest financial investment most people will ever make, but your home is a big deal for other reasons too. It’s the place where you lay your head down to sleep at night, where you prepare your meals, and where you raise your kids. It’s where your life happens! So, I don’t want this to be something stressful in your life. I want it to be a place of joy.
This episode is a little different! I actually recorded it sitting on the floor in my closet, sharing my thoughts on life balance and the struggles we face as parents. We’ll talk through why you don’t need to do everything, how to be the best version of yourself for your kids and how to give yourself grace when you mess up.
Do you wish you had more money? Wouldn’t that make it a little easier to reach your financial goals in 2019? You’ve come to the right place, because this episode is all about how to give yourself a raise this year!
In this episode, you’ll learn how to:
Avoid the most common tax mistake that’s probably costing you money right now
Have more money today without even getting a raise
Find contentment in all areas of life using one simple method from my guest, Annie F. Downs
I’m going to let you in on a secret: You can actually enjoy your life while you’re getting out of debt!
Getting out of debt may be uncomfortable. It’s pretty countercultural. And it definitely requires discipline. But believe it or not, millions of people have gotten out of debt and didn’t hate their lives in the process. This episode is all about super practical ways to love your life while getting out of debt!
Stephanie and Taylor Shivers were pretty much drowning in debt. Between student loans, medical bills and living expenses, they owed $142,000—which would take them 25 to 30 years to pay off.
So, Stephanie and Taylor took a big step of faith: They sold their house. Talk about radical!
Plus, some of my favorite guests ever are on this episode. The Minimalists are here! We talk about why stuff doesn’t equal happiness and how to make room for what really matters.