Aug 19, 2019
#210: We live in a fascinating era: huge sections of society are more prosperous, advanced and safe than at any other point in human history, yet depression and anxiety are at record highs. It’s a paradox of progress: the richer the nation, the more likely its citizens are to suffer from mental health issues and...
Aug 12, 2019
#209: Anonymous wants to retire early and often. They’re going overseas, where they’ll make their annual salary within six months. Where should they put their extra income?
Anonymous also wants to know: how can they find a financial advisor they can actually trust?
Another anonymous listener wants to know - is it...
Aug 9, 2019
#208: Well, this could get awkward.
Your parents and grandparents are aging. (Duh.) You want to have a few important financial conversations with them. It’s time to get the answers to questions like:
“So … are you ready for retirement?”
“You’ve been retired for 10 years … how’s that going? How are your...
Aug 5, 2019
#207: Matt and his fiance earn $7,500 per month combined. They save more than half of their income. He’d like to take a different job that will decrease his income by $2,000 per month, but improve his quality of life. Should he?
Suja wants to take out a loan for business growth. What red flags should she watch...
Jul 29, 2019
#206: We live in a society that values career specialization.
You’re not a “doctor” -- you’re a pediatrician, an anesthesiologist, an oncologist.
You’re not a “lawyer” -- you practice family law, or bankruptcy, or criminal law.
You’re not an “engineer” -- you’re an electrical engineer...