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.
Lots of people wind up living in their cars out of extreme financial stress. I’m here today to tell you why and how to do it well.
After reading hundreds of listener emails this week, I’ve become very clear on the #1 mistake of the Radical Personal Finance audience.
Erin writes in and says: “I know you’ve had a few episodes in reaction to current events. I hope you could do an episode in relation to wild fires.”
Fun question today for our Friday episode… comes in from Chris.
As we all watch and process the mass shooting in Las Vegas this weekend, I thought it would be appropriate to share a few lessons learned.
Today we tackle the Equifax security breach. This is the most damaging release of personal information ever. And you need to take it seriously.
I was inspired to do this show by watching a recent conversation thread in the RPF Facebook Group about where to store your emergency fund.
I’ve been watching the #HoustonFloods this weekend and considering the lessons I can learn for my own disaster planning.
Find out how any normal person can use a live-on-the-job opportunity as a trampoline to bounce them into the upper tiers of financial abundance
Today, we begin with the philosophical fundamentals: the interplay of human capital and financial capital.
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.