May 29, 2020
Let's start with the good news: the majority of U.S. households, 6 in 10, donate money to nonprofits and charities, and 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. volunteer their time and talent.
The only way our society is going to get through the struggles and the stresses that we face is if we are good to each other. Compassion and...
May 26, 2020
#258: “Burned Out in Boston” wants to reach financial independence.
But she’s not sure she can stick it out in Boston much longer.
She and her husband want to move to an area that doesn’t have many job prospects, and they want to make this leap soon, ideally before they reach FI. How do they know when it’s the...
May 18, 2020
#257: “The checking account is like the trash can of personal finance.”
Today’s podcast guest, the famed behavioral economist Dr. Dan Ariely, is not a fan of checking accounts. Or supermarket end caps. Or anything that distracts us from our financial goals.
In this episode, he explains why.
Dan Ariely is one...
May 14, 2020
How can you find business and investment opportunities in today’s tough pandemic bear market?
What should you do to emerge from 2020 stronger than you started?
We cover 7 specific, immediate actions that can set you up to succeed in this recession. Here's a peek: think about hiring a team, create an original piece of...
May 11, 2020
#256: Jon is wondering if now is a good time to move his RRSP into a tax-free savings account, given the market downturn. He knows you can’t time the market, but the opportunity is tempting. What should he do?
Laurel’s question revolves around the CARE Act and early withdrawal from a 401k. She needs to rebalance her...