Financial Peace University and EveryDollar Premium are designed per household budget. That means married couples only need one membership. However, you can manually add a spouse to your class roster so that they can join in on class discussions. To add a spouse, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Go to your Coordinator Dashboard
Step 2: Select the class you’d like to look at.
Step 3: Click the Members tab.
Step 4: Click the Add Member button on the top-right.
Step 5: Enter the member's email address and select Add Member
You will see a pending status until spouses have completed registration. Once they’ve completed the registration, they will be added to the class roster. This process will not grant them additional memberships.
(Note: if you try to add the same member more than once, you will see an error message.)
Please note: In an attempt to be good stewards of class attendees’ Personal Identifiable Information (PII), Ramsey is now requiring anyone added to a class roster by a coordinator to authorize the use of their email address.
How long does the spouse have to complete registration?
> Go to https://wwww.ramseysolutions.com
> Click "Sign in"
> Click "Forgot Password"
> Check email
> Click on the "Change My Password" button in the email
> Enter new password in the browser
> Enter first and last name
> They are all set and are now enrolled in the class!
Note - Ideally, since spouses have purchased only one FPU membership/Ramsey+ subscription, we would like for them to appear as one family unit on your roster. This will help keep your roster clean and your class's financial snapshot data accurate. If either member attends a class session, you can mark the family unit as being present for that class.
We do understand, though, that some families prefer to receive e-mail communications to both spouses' inboxes, so this is why we offer the ability to manually add the other spouse as a separate member. To make sure that these families' financial snapshot data is accurate in your class's totals, please make sure that only one spouse is filling-out the financial data details in each week's check-in.