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.
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.
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 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.
501 – Joshua’s Thoughts and Advice On How Men Can Protect Themselves, Their Families, and Their Careers from Being Destroyed by Sexual Scandal
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.
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.”
482 – The Equifax Data Breach: Background, How It Affects You, and the Minimum Steps You Need to Take to Protect Yourself
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.
461 – How to Protect Your Financial Privacy and Keep Your Accounts Secure: Interview with Justin Carroll from the Complete Privacy and Security Podcast
I invited co-author Justin Carroll to talk about real, actionable ways in which you can become more secure and protect your privacy.
You cannot expect your financial advisor to keep your personal information private, secret, and secure. You’ve got to take steps to protect yourself.
If you get arrested, you can kiss anywhere from thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars good-bye. You need insurance against that eventuality.
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.
423 – Financial Planning for Your Refugee Status: How to Plan Ahead So You’re Not Caught Unprepared as a Refugee
How might I create a plan to restart my life from scratch if I had to begin again in a different country? I think it’s a fantastic question!
421 – Success –> Failure –> Success, the Hard Way! What You Can Learn About Money and Investing From This Woman Who Lost It All
Today, I’ve invited a new friend of mine on the show to learn what she learned from her massive failures in the past!
There are small safety decisions that you can make that have a huge potential impact for you, both monetary impact and personal impact.
Today’s show contains practical advice for how to actually tackle the topic of food storage and the reasons for you to store up food.
I think it’s very wise to ensure that there is enough food in your house to feed your family for at least a few weeks, even better a few months or more.
Let’s talk practically about natural disasters: the importance of a phone, evacuation plans, water and food, using a car as a generator and more!