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Financial Peace University is now a part of Ramsey+

Introducing Ramsey+, your all-access membership to our bestselling money products, including Financial Peace University. It’s everything you need to win with money PLUS a whole lot more. Sign in and start learning today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What happened to the Financial Peace Membership?

We took the Financial Peace Membership and made it a Ramsey+ membership. We added more content and put all of our bestselling tools together in one all-access package.

What is Ramsey+?

Ramsey+ is everything you need to win with money—all in one place. It's an all-access membership that includes our bestselling money tools, apps, content and resources to help you take control of your money for good. Your membership includes access to all of our premium features, including Financial Peace University, EveryDollar budget reporting and automatic bank transactions, the BabySteps app, Ask a Coach, the Debt Snowball Calculator, PLUS so much more.

Who is Ramsey+ for?

Ramsey+ is for people who need help or want to do better with money! It has the content, tools and resources you need to reach your money goals faster. Whether you’re trying to get out of debt or save for retirement, Ramsey+ is here for the entire journey.

Is Ramsey+ three different apps?

Ramsey+ includes three different apps: FinancialPeace, EveryDollar and BabySteps. But you also get tons of other great features, like virtual groups with Financial Peace University, coaching resources, tailored content and budget reporting.

Can I get a subscription to only one app?

A Ramsey+ membership gives you access to all three amazing apps. It’s like getting guac, queso and salsa for the price of one. We don’t do individual app subscriptions.

Can I buy Ramsey+ as a gift for someone else?

You bet! Select “Send as a gift” on the first checkout screen and fill in the recipient’s information at the bottom of the form. After you check out, they will immediately receive an email with instructions on how to set up their account.

Can I share my membership with my spouse?

Yes! You can log in to multiple devices using the same username and password you created your account with.

What is Financial Peace University?

Financial Peace University has been our flagship product for almost 30 years. Nearly 6 million people have gone through the nine lessons and learned the proven plan to pay off debt, save for emergencies, and build wealth. Financial Peace University is included in your Ramsey+ membership. You can also join a virtual class so you can go through the course with a community of folks who will walk with you as you begin crushing your money goals.

Do I need a Ramsey+ membership if I've already taken Financial Peace University?

Yes. The good news is, we are updating our content and adding new courses and resources all the time. The better news is, we have tools that will help you every step of the way.

How do I join a virtual class for Financial Peace University?

After you create your account, sign in to ramseyplus.com and click on the Learn tab. Select Start Financial Peace University, then Find a Class. You can search by day of the week and meeting time to find a class that fits your schedule. There are lots of classes starting up all the time!

I’ve got a subscription to EveryDollar Plus. Do I need to do anything to get Ramsey+?

Nope! In fact, EveryDollar Plus users have always had access to all the great content in Ramsey+. Just sign in to Ramsey+ with your EveryDollar login info and you’re good to go.

Does Ramsey+ help me even if I'm not in debt?

Absolutely! With Ramsey+, you’ll learn all about the 7 Baby Steps. This is the money plan for real life—ALL of your life. Getting out of debt isn’t the peak of your money journey. It’s just the beginning.

Is $129.99 really worth it?

We know it is. Following the 7 Baby Steps, the average household finds $332 after their first month of budgeting. In the first 90 days, the average household pays off $5,300 in debt and puts $2,700 into savings. And that’s just in the first three months! Imagine what you can do after that.