Contractor teaches well-paid employees how not to be broke

Schols wanted self-improvement to be integral to the company and he wanted the employees to buy into it. Schols decided that if he wanted to have good employees who stick with him, he would train five days a week. Schols decided to try using the Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University class.  

LAS VEGAS — Kelly Schols, the owner of CPI Plumbing in Mt. Vernon, Wash., probably did not expect that he would create some of the biggest buzz at the Service Round Table’s International Round Table here, but that’s what he did. It seems like every other contractor in the room has had to deal with well-paid employees being broke, but Schols found a good way to handle it.

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