Different people learn in different ways. I’m glad to bring my new friends Jonathan and Brad on the show to talk about their project ChooseFI.com.
426 – Friday Q&A: Should I Get Rid of my 3rd Car, What is a Modified Endowment Contract and How Does it Work, What Should We Do With All This Extra Money our Church Just Received
It’s Friday! That means a live Q&A show. Today we tackle cars, modified endowment contracts, and extra money that your church receives.
425 – Interview with Mr. Money Mustache! Memorable Moments, Current Projects, Impact on the PF Community
Today, I bring you an interview with the #1 most requested guest about his current life, projects, and things he’s excited about at the moment!
424 – Financial Freedom in Just a Few Years with AirBnB Property Management! Interview with Zeona McIntyre
Today I have a really fun profile of someone who has successfully achieved financial freedom in less than 10 years by capitalizing on AirBnB.
423 – Financial Planning for Your Refugee Status: How to Plan Ahead So You’re Not Caught Unprepared as a Refugee
How might I create a plan to restart my life from scratch if I had to begin again in a different country? I think it’s a fantastic question!
I’m traveling today, so I’m not able to serve you with a Q&A show today. Instead, enjoy this recording of my appearance on the Nomad Together Podcast!
422 – Former CEO of Lehman Brothers Opines On Careers, Banking, Money, and Retirement: Interview with Andy Sage
I sat down with my friend Andy Sage here at his home in Palm Beach with the microphones fired up for a discussion about his career, and much more.
421 – Success –> Failure –> Success, the Hard Way! What You Can Learn About Money and Investing From This Woman Who Lost It All
Today, I’ve invited a new friend of mine on the show to learn what she learned from her massive failures in the past!
420 – Radical Lifestyle Stories: How This Young Couple Increased Their Savings Rate From 8% to 80% of Their Income
They went from being a fairly typical young couple with a small savings rate to being radical Mustachians, on track to retire in the next few years!
419 – Why Car Leasing is Simultaneously Crazy Expensive and Crazy Cheap (and How to Get Out of Your Existing Lease!)
Car leasing is the most expensive way to operate a vehicle. Car leasing is the cheapest way to operate a new vehicle. Both of those statements are true.
Quick on-the-road show today to share listeners’ suggestions, additional information, feedback, and questions.
417 – Friday Q&A: Should I Follow Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps and Pay off My House Early, I Had an Unexpected Child…Should I Finish Graduate School or Drop Out to Be a Mom?
On Fridays I host a live Q&A show! This show is open for Patrons to call in and talk with me about anything they want to.
416 – Radical Lifestyle Stories: How Bill Enjoyed a Career of Travel and Adventure and Still Retired at Age 42
Bill is a really neat guy. He enjoyed a very fun and adventurous career wherein he primarily worked for himself. And then he retired early.
There are small safety decisions that you can make that have a huge potential impact for you, both monetary impact and personal impact.
414 – Radical Lifestyle Stories: How This Man Gave Up a Modern Life to Build an Off-Grid House, Farm, and Business Making Handcrafted Pine Coffins! Interview with Don Byrne from Piedmont Pine Coffins
I always keep my eyes out for interesting and unusual lifestyle stories, and I became aware that Don and his family live entirely off-grid!
This past weekend I had the privilege of addressing the very fun crowd of hardcore Mustachians gathered in Gainesville, FL for Camp Mustache SE 2017.
412 – Friday Q&A: How Can I Gain Enough Experience to Use my CFP Designation, Can I Unwind My Parents Reverse Mortgage, How Do I Engage In A Meaningful Goal-Setting Process After a Layoff?
On Fridays we do a live Q&A show! If you’d like to join me on the next one, sign up to support the show as a patron!
The health of your credit score is an important subject. It’s important that you keep your credit report squeaky clean and your credit score high.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has been steadily flirting with an all-time record of 20,000 points. But, so what?
Ain’t it strange how so many of the universal human experiences cost so much? Guess what: kicking the bucket doesn’t necessarily have to break the bank!