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Welcome to the Radical Personal Finance Podcast
Hi there! My name is Joshua Sheats and I’m here to guide you on your path to financial freedom. I’ve learned from years of experience as a professional financial advisor what works and what doesn’t. I’m here to share with you the proven strategies, tools, and tactics that you need to achieve your goals more quickly and more efficiently. No matter where you’re starting, you can clarify what financial freedom means to you, construct a comprehensive financial plan, and work the plan until you’re free. Let’s get started!
Joshua J. Sheats MSFS, CFP®, CLU®, ChFC®, CASL®, CAP®, RHU®, REBC®
Listen to the Latest Episodes
368 – How to Establish, Build, and Utilize Your Business Credit: Interview with Ty Crandall from www.CreditSuite.com
Ty Crandall is an expert on both business and personal credit. He’s here today to share some actionable strategies to begin building your credit.
367 – Discussing Social Security Tactics, Strategy, and Background with Financial Planner Devin Carroll from Social Security Intelligence
Today we talk with financial a planner, Devin Carrolla, about advice for those who are trying to figure out how to approach their social security strategy.
366 – Lessons Learned from Great Success and Great Failure in Multifamily Real Estate: Interview with Rod Khleif from the Lifetime Cashflow Podcast
Rod Khleif has owned over 2,000 houses and apartments. Today, we cover technical details of real estate as well as many very important life lessons.
365 – Tips to Hitchhike Europe (or Anywhere Else) on $40 a Week (with a Food Budget of $2 Per Day!) Interview with Philip Frey from Valiant Growth
Do you wish to travel but feel like you lack the money? Well, what if you did it anyway and just adjusted your style of travel to fit a more modest budget?
364 – The Laws of Wealth: Psychology and the Secret to Investing Success: Interview with Author Daniel Crosby
My guest today is Daniel Crosby. Daniel is a behavioral economist and he has applied his expertise to the question of investing.
363 – Combating the Effects of a Terminal Illness Diagnosis with Real Estate Prowess (and What’s Better–Business or Real Estate?) Interview with Kathy Fettke from the Real Wealth Network
Kathy Fettke from the Real Wealth Network has an interesting story of learning to invest in real estate during a time of personal crisis. Enjoy the show!
Manhar Patel is an Indian immigrant who is working to build his fortune. Enjoy this story and take what you can learn from him and apply them to your life.
361 – The Power of If: If You Don’t Like the Laws (Especially the Financial Laws), Avoid the Conditions that Cause You to be Subject to Them
Discover ways to build more freedom and independence (especially in the area of taxes) by understanding the laws that you’re subjected to!
360 – Friday Q&A: Are Bonds Necessary for Good Asset Allocation, Traditional 401(k) or Roth IRA, How to Leverage Long-Term Travel for Career Advancement, What Kind of Retirement Plan to Put In Place at a NonProfit, How to Rebuild after Bankruptcy
In this Q&A episode we discuss bonds, 401(k)s vs IRAs, long-term travel for career advancement, retirement for non-profits and rebuilding from bankruptcy.
359 – Save Money on Your Food Budget by Learning How to Cook at Home! Practical Advice from Ketura from FreeToCook.com
How much money do you spend eating out? How much money could you save simply by learning to cook for yourself? Today’s guest is here to help us find out!
358 – Taxation of Disability Insurance, Can I Get Disability Payments for Pregnancy, Types of Policies Such as Business Overhead Expense Insurance, Disability Buy-Out Policies, Guaranteed Issue Plans, and More!
Today we round out the 4-part disability series with a wrap-up of key concepts, taxation of premiums, types of policies, pregnancy and audience Q&A.
357 – Taming the High Cost of College: Understanding the Landscape of College Tuition, Financial Aid, Loans, and Your Choices with Brad Baldridge
Today, I’ve invited Brad Baldridge on the show to discuss the college planning process. We cover topics including tuition, financial aid, loans and more.
People tend to think that minivans are suitable only for parents with kids, but I think they’re the perfect vehicle for everyone at every stage of life.
No matter where you’re starting from or what your current financial condition, you can build a plan to achieve financial freedom in 10 years or less.
354 – Disability Insurance: Benefit Amounts, Needs Analysis, Group vs. Individual, Definitions of Disability (Own Occ vs. Any Occ), Policy Provisions (Total Disability, Partial, etc.) and More!
Today we continue our disability insurance series and discuss benefit amounts, needs analysis, group vs. individual, definitions of “disability” and more!