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Top Tweets From Dave's Team in 2012

Five years ago, most of us probably didn’t even know what Twitter was. But these days, it’s one of the primary ways we communicate and get information.

Over here at Dave Ramsey’s office, we have some pretty active Twitter users. So we thought now would be a great time to share some of their best tweets from the past year.

We’ll start with a guy named Dave Ramsey:

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Expect the rich to dig in to survive big taxes rather than invest in the economy. Hope I am wrong. Good luck on new jobs.

Winners never quit. Yes they do—they quit doing the stuff that caused them to lose.

Here's hoping Black Friday didn't put you in the red. Be smarter than Congress—Act your wage.

The name of the Lord is a strong tower; The righteous run to it and are safe. Proverbs 18:10

Simple formula: Work really hard and ALWAYS tell the truth. That beats most folks.

25% of Americans have a negative net worth. If you have $10 and no debt, you have more wealth than the bottom 25% combined. #occupythat!

The lottery is a tax on the poor (that is where most tickets are bought) and on people who can’t do math (you won’t win).

When I went broke, I didn’t blame Wall St. or the president. Now I am not broke anymore. Victim thinking is for losers.

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Check out a few of Jon Acuff’s Twitter highlights from 2012:

"Senator calls hearing to examine bounties in NFL." Finally! Now that we've fixed schools, poverty and unemployment, we can focus on football.

Nobody is really talking about this, but the hardest part of watching the Olympics is pretending you understand how far a meter is.

Scars you refuse to hide can become lighthouses that warn other people who are headed to the same rocks you crashed on.

And here’s some of Rachel Cruze’s top tweets from the past year:

“All of us are anxious to improve our circumstances, but are unwilling to improve ourselves.” —James Allen

If the newness of stuff is what funds your happiness, your life will forever be empty.

Give, give, give! Whether you give your time, money or talents doesn’t matter. You will find so much joy in giving!

Remember, you can follow Dave, Jon, Rachel and the rest of the team on Twitter and see what they all have to say throughout 2013!

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