Sandy's husband had an ATV accident a few years ago. They were both in-between jobs at the time and had no insurance. They still have $20,000 in medical bills to pay, in addition to $8,000 in credit card debt. Dave tells them where to start in order to clean up the mess.
Jill's friends have offered her an opportunity to buy an older timeshare on the beach. See what Dave thinks.
Leslie is about to get remarried and has $34,000 in debt. Should she take that $34,000 debt and put it on her mortgage to consolidate it?
James asks if it's possible to settle on a student loan.
Jay wants to know how to get rid of a car when he is upside down on it and it is worth less than what he owes.
Ilya is a graduate student. He receives $1,640 a month as a fellowship stipend. Ilya is struggling to complete the first Baby Step. Does Dave have any suggestions?
Lauren is debt-free! She paid off $55,000 in about five years. Lauren's husband passed away in 2011 due to leukemia, and his goal was to do this debt-free scream together.
Jim is 56 years old and has $44,000 in a 401(k). His wife has ongoing medical expenses. Is it too late for Jim to start planning for old age?
Chris and his wife have an SUV they're $28,000 upside down on. They need $48,000 to pay the SUV off. Dave explains that it is time to have a conversation with the bank that provided this loan.
Jade asks where very large school loans would go in the Baby Steps.