Jul 31, 2017
#88: Former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy and I answer 4
questions from the Afford Anything community.
We chat about how to control lifestyle inflation, how to break up with a financial planner, how to invest your first $10,000, and whether or not sector-specific or theme-specific funds are a good idea.
#1: Laura is...
Jul 24, 2017
#87: A week and a half ago, I flew to Portland for the World
Domination Summit -- a conference with an admittedly
The conference is hosted by Chris Guillebeau, the New York Times best-selling author of multiple books, including The Art of Non-Conformity. He was also a previous guest on this...
Jul 17, 2017
#86: The real estate questions keep coming in, so today I’m
answering questions from three Afford Anything listeners:
Heather is ready to buy her first rental property. She wants to acquire about one house per year, following a buy-and-hold strategy.
Salome and her husband are renting out an unused room in our...
Jul 10, 2017
#85: Like many people, Nick Loper used to work a full-time job
that didn't excite him.
Unlike most people, Loper decided to escape his uninspiring work life.
First, he launched a shoe-comparison website that began collecting side income. Over time, this side project grew increasingly profitable, until -- finally -- he...
Jul 3, 2017
#84: This week, I tackle your questions with my good friend,
recovering financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy. Here's what we
1. I'm asking for a friend -- no, really, I'm asking for a friend!
My friends are married and buried. They're a married couple, buried in $500,000 of debt.
Some is federal student loans,...