Expert: Rachel Cruze shares how she disagrees with her Dad, Dave Ramsey.
You would have thought that growing up with Dave Ramsey as your Dad, you’d be on a home run money wise. But Rachel is pretty honest on all her channels about how she’s a natural spender, and that she’s really had to learn how to manage her money, and creating an effective budget has been a key to giving herself a sense of freedom. She currently hosts a Youtube channel called The Rachel Cruze show which she developed as a home blog with herself and a video camera to a channel that employs over 20 people. She joins Alec and Bryce to chat about the things that she prioritises when it comes to personal finance, her investing journey, and the one thing she disagrees with her dad, Dave Ramsey about.
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