It’s Friday! That means Q&A: “How Strong Is the California Pension System?”, “Should I Sell a Stock that Makes Up 25% of My Net Worth?”, and more!
The Rule of 72 is a useful math shortcut you can use to estimate the effect of growth rates and calculate how long it will take to double your money.
Today we cover: “How Do You Help Young People Engage in Goalsetting?”, “How Much Debt Is Too Much on Rental Properties?”, and more.
I gave this interview for Joe Fairless on his show. We focused on the intersection between personal finance and professional financial advice.
“Should we stay strong on our course to pay off the house in 3 years tops only saving about 10% for retirement or do we bump up retirement savings?”
“How Can a 13-Year-Old Get His Start as a Financial Advisor?” “How Can an Early Retiree Calculate If He Has Enough Money?”
Listener question: “Looking at getting into real estate investing and slowing down retirement savings. Curious to hear your take on my overall situation.”
Listener Allyn writes in with this question: “What are your thoughts on using whole life insurance as a college savings plan? If you don’t like it, why?”
What’s the point of budgeting? Today, I walk you through some of my personal budget categories and explain how they impact my spending decisions.
Today we discuss catastrophic protection, deductibility, HSA compliance, pre-existing conditions, self-insurance and more. Enjoy!
Today I tell you why we don’t have health insurance in my family and what we do instead! We continue our health insurance series today with a discussion of Christian Health Care Sharing Ministries.
As with most taxes, the Obamacare tax penalty is, in some ways, optional. In today’s show I teach you all of the ways that I know to escape it!
The Premium Tax Credit is for those with income between 100% and 400% of the Federal Poverty Level who buy health insurance via government-run marketplace.
Today, I share my thoughts on the Trump/Clinton election and connect it with a discussion of why I’m philosophically and morally opposed to Obamacare.
Today we begin a journey through the wild world of health insurance, a topic that’s utterly frustrating to navigate and incredibly divisive in philosophy.
Rod Khleif has owned over 2,000 houses and apartments. Today, we cover technical details of real estate as well as many very important life lessons.
My guest today is Daniel Crosby. Daniel is a behavioral economist and he has applied his expertise to the question of investing.
Today we round out the 4-part disability series with a wrap-up of key concepts, taxation of premiums, types of policies, pregnancy and audience Q&A.
Today, I’ve invited Brad Baldridge on the show to discuss the college planning process. We cover topics including tuition, financial aid, loans and more.
Today we continue our disability insurance series and discuss benefit amounts, needs analysis, group vs. individual, definitions of “disability” and more!