540 – Is US Government Bankruptcy a Sure Thing? A Friendly Debate with David Stein, Host of Money for the Rest of Us

540 – Is US Government Bankruptcy a Sure Thing? A Friendly Debate with David Stein, Host of Money for the Rest of Us

On Episode 466 of Radical Personal Finance, I discussed the idea of the US Government’s certain default on its stated obligations and commitments by referencing Professor Lawrence Kotlikoff’s Congressional testimony on this subject. After that show, my friend David Stein emailed me to tell me that I was wrong. 🙂

539 – Friday Q&A: Should I Use an HSA Account to Pay for Medical Expenses, What Tools Will Help Me Find a New Career, Should I Participate in My Company’s Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation Program?

539 – Friday Q&A: Should I Use an HSA Account to Pay for Medical Expenses, What Tools Will Help Me Find a New Career, Should I Participate in My Company’s Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation Program?

It’s Friday! Today we discuss: Should I use an HSA account to pay for my medical expenses? What tools can I use to figure out a new career after unexpectedly coming back from foreign missions? Should I participate in my companies Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation program?

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