Financial Peace University can be a life-changing program on personal finance. It is designed to empower people to manage their money better, eliminate debt, and build wealth.
This course is designed for you if . . .
- You live paycheck to paycheck (too much month at the end of the money).
- You want to set up a budget that actually works.
- You don't have an emergency savings account.
- You feel like your money has control over you.
- You and your spouse disagree on finances.
- You carry large credit card balances or use debt consolidation loans.
- You want a greater understanding of real estate and mortgages, investing, college planning, retirement savings, insurance, and collection practices.
What is Financial Peace University?
Financial Peace University is a 9-lesson, once-a-week class designed to provide you with financial education and accountability. This creates behaviors that will result in mastery over personal finances. More than 2,000,000 families have completed this program. Look at the results.
- The average family attending the first Zions community class paid off $7,100 worth of debt and saved $3,000 in the first 3 months.
- You'll learn how to put together a spending plan that really works for everyone in the household.
- You'll learn the step-by-step process to get out of debt and stay out of debt.
- You'll alleviate stress that comes from dealing with financial challenges.
- You'll learn how to save and maintain an emergency fund equal to 3 to 6 months of expenses.
- You'll develop more confidence in making investment and insurance decisions.
- You'll learn the best way to buy and sell a home.
- You'll learn secrets to improving your marriage.
Financial Peace University was founded by Dave Ramsey®. Dave hosts the The Dave Ramsey Show® on a nationally syndicated radio talk show and also on TV's Fox Business Network®. He is the New York Times best selling author of Financial Peace and The Total Money Makeover®. Dave knows what it's like to have it all and lose it all. By age 26 he had accumulated over $4 million in real estate, had a net worth of over $1 million, and made $250,000 a year. By age 30, he had lost it all. Ramsey rebuilt his financial life based on solid principals of common-sense money management, and has gone on to teach others the lessons that he learned the hard way.