Feb 25, 2019
#179: Should a couple in New Orleans sell their single-family home and use the sale proceeds to househack into a duplex?
What do you think about turnkey investments?
What tax consequences will someone face if they transfer their property to their parents?
How do you handle tough situations related to the way some...
Feb 18, 2019
#178: Tanja Hester retired at age 38.
She had a negative net worth until her late 20's, thanks to a combination of student loans, buying expensive cocktails and clothes, living far beyond her means, and not paying attention to her money. If you were to have met the 27-year-old version of Tanja, you wouldn't guess that...
Feb 11, 2019
#177: Imagine that your job is extremely well-paying, but you don’t enjoy it.
You’d like to switch employers, even though this will probably require a paycut. But before you make the switch, you want to accomplish two goals: buy a home and catch up on retirement savings.
Should you pursue both goals? Or should you...
Feb 4, 2019
#176: Cal Newport created a philosophy called digital minimalism, which is idea of reducing your digital life down to only the most important core essentials. Remove the apps from your phone, then slowly re-introduce only the ones that are the most useful and beneficial. Take control of your smartphone, rather...
Feb 2, 2019
#175: Larry Swedroe is one of the most respected investment thinkers and writers of our time.
He's published 8 books on investing, including one of the first books to explain the science of investing to a layperson audience. He recently wrote an ultra-comprehensive guide to retirement planning.
He joins us on the show...