After reading hundreds of listener emails this week, I’ve become very clear on the #1 mistake of the Radical Personal Finance audience.
No, that title isn’t clickbait. There really is risk created by paying off debt too quickly. Details in the show.
495 – Would My 14-Year-Old Son’s Marijuana Habit Destroy My Finances if I’m Using a Healthcare Sharing Ministry Like Samaritan Ministries to Pay for My Healthcare?
Today, we handle this interesting question from a listener.
Erin writes in and says: “I know you’ve had a few episodes in reaction to current events. I hope you could do an episode in relation to wild fires.”
Fun question today for our Friday episode… comes in from Chris.
I thought about simply calling today’s show, “On Hammers.” Tools are tools and their usefulness depends on their appropriate application.
491 – Q&A: More Money Into Retirement or Buy a House, Can I Use a Donor-Advised Fund for Church Contributions, Should I Move From Commission-Based Job to Salary-Based Job, Should I Keep an India-Based Whole Life Insurance Policy?
Today’s show rounds out a special series of live Q&A shows.
490 – Q&A: Paying for a Seminary Degree with Early Distributions from a Retirement Account, Can I Still Become Financially Independent if We Move to Paradise First, Should We Sell Our Rental House or Move Back for Tax-Free Gains, Are Healthcare Sharing Ministries Like Samaritan Ministries Any Good?
I’ve been doing a live Q&A series… today we cover four questions.
489 – Lessons From Las Vegas: A Few Practical Ways You Can Prepare For Being Involved in an Active Shooter Scenario
As we all watch and process the mass shooting in Las Vegas this weekend, I thought it would be appropriate to share a few lessons learned.
488 – Q&A: What Should I Do With a Large Bonus, How Can I Counsel a Young Lady Who Is Using Her Earnings to Support Her Poor Mother
I’m hosting a special Q&A series this week which is open to the entire listening audience.
487 – Friday Q&A: Should I Use a Whole Life Insurance Policy as My Retirement Bridge, Should I Concentrate All of My Investment Accounts With One Manager
Today, we cover: Should I Use a Whole Life Insurance Policy as My Retirement Bridge?
Should I Concentrate All of My Investment Accounts With One Manager?
I thought we could have a useful philosophical discussion about taxation. My challenge to you today is to answer these questions, for yourself.
Today’s question involves a generous financial gift from an in-law. How should this listener handle it to make sure it’s a blessing and not a curse?
Wanted to share with you a short motivational monologue to encourage you to keep pressing forward in the challenges you’re facing today.
482 – The Equifax Data Breach: Background, How It Affects You, and the Minimum Steps You Need to Take to Protect Yourself
Today we tackle the Equifax security breach. This is the most damaging release of personal information ever. And you need to take it seriously.
I was inspired to do this show by watching a recent conversation thread in the RPF Facebook Group about where to store your emergency fund.
Hey Radicals! Thank you to so many of you who have inquired of our health and safety following Hurricane Irma. Here’s my personal report for you!
480 – Hurricane Irma Musings: The Thin Veneer of Civility and the Thick Adjustability of our Modern Shipping System, Storm Preps, and More
At the moment, the National Hurricane Center forecasts the eye of the storm to pass squarely over HQ. So, I thought I’d share a few things with you.
479 – Friday Q&A: What Should a New Expatriate Do With Their Investment Money, What To Do With an Old Pension, How Should a Newlywed Approach the Rent or Buy Question
What Should a New Expatriate Do With Their Investment Money? What To Do With an Old Pension? How Should a Newlywed Approach the Rent or Buy Question?
Whenever there’s a natural disaster, we have various articles on price gouging. But, is it really bad? I say not.