Jan 30, 2017
#62: Joe Saul-Sehy, a former financial advisor and host of the Stacking Benjamins podcast, joins me to answer your questions in this bonus episode of Ask Paula.
Joe and I are goofballs; we tell PG-13 dirty jokes; we disagree on several answers, and we have a grand 'ol time. Hopefully you'll learn something, and you'll...
Jan 23, 2017
#61: Even though John wasn't never an entrepreneur at heart -- even though he didn't (yet) self-identify as an entrepreneur -- he decided to throw himself, full-force, into the one and only business idea he'd ever had.
Listen to John's story, in his own words, as he describes his journey from a small-town college kid to...
Jan 16, 2017
#60: Andrew Hallam grew a million-dollar investment portfolio on a schoolteacher's salary by his mid-30's.
In his bestselling book, Millionaire Teacher, he describes these nine lessons in detail.
He shares these nine rules on this podcast, and his ideas are so substantive that -- for the first time -- I decided to...
Jan 9, 2017
#59: By his mid-30's, Andrew Hallam became a millionaire on a
teacher's salary. He began by investing $100 a month upon advice
given by a mechanic. Then he began saving nearly half his $28,000
Andrew rode a bicycle 35 miles to work, found ways to avoid paying rent, and regularly ate pasta and...
Jan 2, 2017
#58: Ashley is a single mom saving diligently for her 2-year-old
son. What alternatives are there to 529s and brokerage
Julie and her husband invest quarterly. Should she try buying European equities when they are much cheaper due to Brexit?
Nicholas and his wife make too much money for a Roth IRA....