Today we answer this question: “I have accumulated $6,000 in credit card debt from a period of unemployment; should I use some of the $10,000 I have in my 401(k) to pay it off?”
I’ve compiled a simple list of 18 tips for you to enhance your financial security and financial privacy that range from the simple to the contentious.
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!
311-Friday Q&A: Can US Americans Be Transformed Back Into Savers, Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Early, Should I Rent Out My Backyard as a Lot for a Tiny House, the Prospect of Creating Radical Personal Finance in Spanish
Today we cover the idea of transforming Americans back into savers, paying off a mortgage early and making your backyard a tiny house lot for extra income.
309-Practical and Actionable Advice for How You Should Respond to Doomsday Financial Predictions and Warnings in a Rational and Intelligent Manner
I struggle with a lot of the advice from those who predict global chaos in short order. In today’s show I tackle this subject on the basis of practicality.