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.
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.
If you get laid off instead of quitting, there are a whole host of benefits to you such as severance and health insurance. But, how do you do it?
I think I see an opportunity right now for those of you who are in the market for a new car with the 2017 Chevy Volt. Details in the show!
You shouldn’t upgrade your car in order to get better gas mileage. Don’t believe me? Listen to today’s show then use my free calculator to see for yourself!
Today we cover state defined-benefit pension plans, the simplicity of become wealthy and the steps involved to establish a new consulting business.
Today we talk with financial a planner, Devin Carrolla, about advice for those who are trying to figure out how to approach their social security strategy.
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.
People tend to think that minivans are suitable only for parents with kids, but I think they’re the perfect vehicle for everyone at every stage of life.
Should I purchase my personal house in an LLC? How do I know if my life insurance agent is advising the right amount of insurance to own? Find out!
Today I’ve invited Jules Haas, an attorney residing in downtown New York City, to talk real estate entity selection and estate planning. Enjoy!
One of our primary charges as parents is to raise our children from dependency to maturity and independence. How do we do this? Where does it start?
This episode is a follow-up appearance on Nick Hazelton’s podcast wherein he solicited my advice and comments on his self-education plan.
My guest today is Casey Fleming and he’s here to help us navigate the waters of the mortgage market with some clear, up-front advice.
Today I’ve got an Interview with Bill Westrom of TruthInEquity.com to defend the idea of mortgage acceleration as vigorously as possible.
Have you ever wanted to invest through an IRA or 401(k) for the purpose of early retirement but felt stymied by the thought of paying a 10% penalty tax?
Today, I respond in detail to a question from a listener that’s considering a shift in career from a medical professional to a financial advisory role.
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.
In 2013 I bought a house without realizing that I’d missed an awesome tax credit: the Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) program.
Listen to this excellent conversation on the role of earning money versus being a parent and how to work that out within the context of a family.