Time for Friday Q&A! And remember! I have 27 seats remaining for the new Radical Personal Finance Guide to Career & Income Planning.
Today, we begin with the philosophical fundamentals: the interplay of human capital and financial capital.
I don’t think it’s helpful to talk about problems unless I can also suggest a solution. And, thankfully, I’ve worked out some solutions to my problems.
Today we cover: Can I Have Both a SIMPLE IRA and a Traditional IRA? What Personal Finance Books Does Joshua Recommend? And more!
What’s the best type of retirement plan for my wife’s side business? How can I help my sister-in-law who is asking me for financial advice? And more!
some assume that if they can live on a low budget per year today, they can build a long-term financial plan predicated on maintaining that spending forever.
Welcome to another Friday Q&A Show! Today, we cover: How Do I Deal With Massive Medical Bills? Do I Need a Personal Insurance Agent? And more!
Friday Q&A is back! Today: How does an LLC Protect My Liability and Help Me Save on Tax? How Can I Lower My Tax Bill on the Sale of My House?
The use of debt can dramatically increase the financial returns of an investment, or have a dramatic negative impact on the lifestyle of the borrower.
I’ve alluded to my long-term guess that the US Government will default on many of its current promises. But, I’ve never really supported that argument.
Since raw land has no utility, there’s no way to pull income from it. But, my guest on today’s show has a great system for solving that problem.
I believe work is a blessing and not a curse. How can we adjust our relationship with work so that it feels more meaningful and less ephemeral?
Poverty is hard. Money helps to make life less hard. But, in our modern world, it’s hard to figure out how much money is enough.
Today I have an interview for you with Ben Higgenbotham, a funeral director who’s also well in tune with the Radical Personal Finance philosophy.
I invited co-author Justin Carroll to talk about real, actionable ways in which you can become more secure and protect your privacy.
I frequently get asked: “What should I invest my money in?”. Here are the factors I think you should consider in answering that question for yourself.
You cannot expect your financial advisor to keep your personal information private, secret, and secure. You’ve got to take steps to protect yourself.
I’m not sure how to explain this one to you via text…perhaps it’s just better if you hit play and listen! 🙂
Today’s show is a little audio ramble among friends to tell you that my wife and I are celebrating the birth of a new little baby boy!
If you get arrested, you can kiss anywhere from thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars good-bye. You need insurance against that eventuality.