It’s Friday! Today we discuss: Should I use an HSA account to pay for my medical expenses? What tools can I use to figure out a new career after unexpectedly coming back from foreign missions? Should I participate in my companies Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation program?
Today, a prelude to a discussion of how to lease a car. In this show we discuss a rational analysis of new car vs. used cars.
Today, we discuss: Transitioning from PC to Mac. Enhancing a Personal Website By Helping Others. Financial Advice for an 18-Year-Old Rockstar. Major Financial Influences on Joshua.
This show rounds out some friendly advice to help any interested listener who wants to put together a well-equipped home armory to do so in a thoughtful and financially prudent way. Today, we tackle the AR15 rifle. The AR15 is a wonderful rifle. It’s not the best at any one thing, but it is truly good at many things.
Today, some ideas on how to save money by spending a little more than strictly necessary to insulate yourself from unnecessary temptation.
In today’s show I lay out for you a sensible approach to gun acquisition that will help you to construct a useful home armory that will allow you to have the tools of defense and offense that will cover most situations you could conceivably ever face without making bad financial decisions.
The tagline of RPF is “…living a rich life now…” But it’s hard to LIVE a rich life if you’re dead. So I’d like to help you–and others–have a higher potential of staying alive.
As a–ahem–more practical follow-up to yesterday, here is my advice for a listener on how to buy a used car.
Flipping through my feed and I cannot believe what you just did. You idiot!
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 thought you might be interested in some behind-the-scenes discussion of how we recently bought our rig for an intended full-timing RV trip around the USA this summer. We did some things well and made some big mistakes. I hope you learn from both!
In today’s show I’m going to teach you one simple technique that will help you get more stuff for free.
Feeding yourself (and especially children!) on the road can utterly destroy your budget. Here are some tips and tricks I’ve learned that will be helpful to you.
Money is important. But it’s not #1.
One of the simplest and most effective tools you can employ to help you save money on the things you buy is a price book. In today’s show, I share with you what a price book is, how to use it, and some tips and tricks to turbocharge your results.
Today: Which expenses matter the most? The value of variable expenses instead of fixed expenses. The importance of developing skill and resilience.
Today we cover the three basic methods to save money: Buy it cheaper. Make it last longer. Use it less. Any one of these strategies is useful. But the real power comes when you implement all three of them.
I recently gave an interview to the Complete Privacy and Security Podcast on the topic of financial privacy. I think it was a really good interview.
I’ve had today’s show in my head for the last few weeks as I’ve watched Hollywood rocked with allegation after allegation of sexual abuse by major stars.