Today we speak with Chris and Cristi Moody, professionals who moved out of their penthouse Manhattan apartment and into a 72-square-foot cargo van.
Part 5 of our 5-part series on radical housing ideas.
Part 4 of our 5-part series on radical housing ideas.
Part 3 of our 5-part series on radical housing ideas.
Part 2 of our 5-part series on radical housing.
Today, we begin part 1 of a 5-part series on housing ideas. Enjoy!
I’m hosting a small meetup tomorrow afternoon in Longmont, CO at 4pm. (Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 4pm) If you’re in the Denver area, come see me!
It’s Friday! That means live Q&A! Today we cover: A Financial Independence Checkup. Investing in Private Businesses. And more!
Today is July 4, Independence Day, in the United States. Let’s celebrate by actually behaving independently and rejecting the practice of lying.
You already have an unalienable right to liberty. Now act like it and stop selling yourself back into slavery. Please!
It’s Friday! And Q&A is back! (From the road, no less.) Today, we discuss: Careers in Financial Advice. Should I Convert My IRA to a Roth? And more! Enjoy!
In today’s show, I share a bit of the story of the last two weeks with you as well as my own philosophy on how to negotiate the Good/Cheap/Fast triangle.
My life has been quite unique and frothy in the last week or so. Here are some tools I use to maintain financial peace in the midst of the turmoil.
I encourage you to carefully consider the ROI you’re getting on the money and time you and your children are investing into their education. Is it paying off? Are you getting a good deal?
You probably have an adventure goal locked up inside of you. Most people do. And you probably have put it off because you see no way to accomplish it. Today, let me give you some ideas about how you can accomplish it faster than you ever thought possible.
It’s Friday! That means Q&A. Today, we cover: Am I Financially Independent? Should I Switch Life Insurance Agents? Should I Sell Investments and Trigger a Taxable Gain?
Calculate your daily cost of living. Then analyze it.
In life, you’ll always find that it’s cheaper to feed the meter than to pay the ticket. Be proactive.
Dr. Gary North has dedicated 10 hours per week for the last 40+ years to the task of investigating what the Bible has to say about economics. In the process, he has written a verse-by-verse commentary of the entirety of the Old Testament and the New Testament (totaling 8,550 pages).
I have a listener who wrote to me and asked me how they can increase their income when it’s been decimated by a cancer diagnosis. I do my best to help.