In today’s show I’m going to teach you one simple technique that will help you get more stuff for free.
512 – How to Build and Use a Price Book to Save Money in the Short- and Long-Term and to Train Your Frugal Muscles for Massive Lifetime Wealth
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.
You need to know.
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.
462 – Understanding your Funeral Options (and How to Save Money when Working with a Funeral Director)
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.
426 – Friday Q&A: Should I Get Rid of my 3rd Car, What is a Modified Endowment Contract and How Does it Work, What Should We Do With All This Extra Money our Church Just Received
It’s Friday! That means a live Q&A show. Today we tackle cars, modified endowment contracts, and extra money that your church receives.
392 – How to Fight Local Gov to Lower Your Local Tax Bill (aka, An Antidote to Your Current Political Depression): Interview with Paul Dorr from RollBackLocalGov.com
Paul Dorr specializes in helping ordinary people organize themselves politically in order to defeat local tax increases. And he’s very good at his job!
391 – A Few Useful Tax-Planning Techniques: Interview with Craig Cody, CPA, Co-Author of “Secrets of a Tax-Free Life: Surprising Write-Off Strategies Most Business Owners Miss”
My guest today is Craig Cody and we discuss paying your kids in your business, renting your house out to your business, cost-segregation studies and more!
Many times, the accessories you purchase for an item will make a dramatic difference in your ability to enjoy and use the item.
359 – Save Money on Your Food Budget by Learning How to Cook at Home! Practical Advice from Ketura from FreeToCook.com
How much money do you spend eating out? How much money could you save simply by learning to cook for yourself? Today’s guest is here to help us find out!
345: “Cashing in Tax Free – Your Ultimate Guide to a Tax-Free Retirement Using 1031 Exchange and Delaware Statutory Trusts” Interview with Author Leslie Pappas
My guest is Leslie Pappas, an expert at using 1031 Exchanges and Delaware Statutory Trusts in a very specialized segment of the real estate industry.
How can you live a great life on very little money and build an income from selling things through an online shop? My guest today is here to tell us!
327: How to Save Money on Medical Expenses Without Accidentally Killing Yourself From Foolish Decisions: Interview with Dr. Mohammad Ashori
Dr. Mohammad Ashori is here to share with us where we can rationally cut back and scrimp and save when it comes to medical expenses.
319-Friday Q&A: Should I Switch from Employment to Self-Employment to Save Money, How do I Decide Between Model Portfolio Asset Allocations
Should I Switch from Employment to Self-Employment to Save Money? How do I Decide Between Model Portfolio Asset Allocations? Find out in today’s Q&A!
317-Living in a Bus and a Tiny House With 7 Kids! Interview with Shane and Julie Good from www.GoodNewsBus.com
Many people let their children get in the way of their adventures. Not the Good family! Their family is fully integrated in everything they do!
315 – Is Mortgage Acceleration (Replacing Your Traditional Mortgage with a HELOC) Really a Good Idea? Interview with Bill Westrom from www.TruthInEquity.com
Today I’ve got an Interview with Bill Westrom of TruthInEquity.com to defend the idea of mortgage acceleration as vigorously as possible.
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.
In 2013 I bought a house without realizing that I’d missed an awesome tax credit: the Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) program.