Radical Personal Finance: Financial Independence, Early Retirement, Investing, Insurance, Financial Planning

It's Friday and it's time for a live Q&A show! If you'd like to call in next week, please sign up here: www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/patron

Today, we discuss:

  • Transitioning from PC to Mac
  • Enhancing a Personal Website By Helping Others
  • Financial Advice for an 18-Year-Old Rockstar
  • Major Financial Influences on Joshua

Enjoy!

Joshua

p.s., remember...I'd love to talk to you next week! www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/joshua

Direct download: RPF0537-Friday_QA.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 11:15am MST

On today's show we go back 250 years to see what lessons for wealth we can learn from Benjamin Franklin. This show is an audio recording of Franklin's essay, "The Way to Wealth."

Enjoy!

Joshua

Direct download: RPF0536-The_Way_to_Wealth_by_Benjamin_Franklin.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 6:50am MST

It's Friday! Today I'm interacting with your comments on recent episodes of the show.

We discuss:

  • Correcting an error on real estate basis
  • Radical financial plans vs traditional plans
  • What happened to SudoPay
  • And more!

Joshua

Direct download: RPF0535-Responding_to_Recent_Comments.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 3:04pm MST

This show rounds out some friendly advice to help any interested listener who wants to put together a well-equipped home armory to do so in a thoughtful and financially prudent way.

Today, we tackle the AR15 rifle. The AR15 is a wonderful rifle. It's not the best at any one thing, but it is truly good at many things.

I'd love for you to have one if you don't already.

So I thought you might appreciate some advice on how to get a good deal on one.

Enjoy!

Joshua

p.s., In the show I referenced a statistic of police officers in a northeastern state not turning in their rifles after a ban. That particular story I referenced was actually a satire site that I stumbled over without realizing it. I got duped. I have no doubt that the thrust of the story is accurate, but the specifics I cited were flat wrong and untrustworthy. Sorry.

p.p.s., My guest in today's show referenced the AR15 as stemming from a military firearm first. The AR15 was developed for the civilian marketplace first, then the military bought the plans for it and started producing it for their soldiers.

Direct download: RPF0534-Friendly_Advice_To_Help_You_Buy_Your_First_AR15_Rifle.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 7:38pm MST

It's Friday! Today we cover:

  • AirBnB Business Deductions
  • Deductibility of Losses on a Personal Rental
  • How to Get Great Podcast Guests

If you'd like to join next week's Q&A call, do so here: www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/patron

Joshua

Direct download: RPF0533-Friday_QA.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:34pm MST

Today, some ideas on how to save money by spending a little more than strictly necessary to insulate yourself from unnecessary temptation.

Joshua

Direct download: RPF0532-Spending_Money_to_Save_Money.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 7:35am MST

It's Friday! That means Q&A! Today, we cover:

  • How to establish a will and trust when you plan to be living internationally for an extended period of time.
  • How to plan ahead to pay for kids' college when you anticipate that the college may lose its accreditation.
  • How to properly title your life insurance policies in order to protect a vulnerable spouse.
Direct download: RPF0531-Friday_QA.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 11:37am MST

Guns are great investments.

Well, perhaps I should say that it's possible for guns to be great investments...and at the worst, they are a decent store of value.

If you've never owned a firearm, I'd like to share with you a thoughtful, reasonable path into gun ownership that will help you to make good decisions and get the most bang for your buck.

In today's show I lay out for you a sensible approach to gun acquisition that will help you to construct a useful home armory that will allow you to have the tools of defense and offense that will cover most situations you could conceivably ever face without making bad financial decisions.

Enjoy!

Joshua


Friday Q&A today! We cover:

  • How can I protect myself from the risk of disability without getting disability insurance?
  • How can I make sure that future, unknown risks are adequately covered today?
  • What financing option should I use to buy a piece of land?
  • Will my credit score be messed up by shopping for a mortgage?
  • How can I adjust content for different audiences?

I'd love to have you call in next week! Details here: www.RadicalPersonalFinance.com/patron

Joshua

Direct download: RPF0529-Friday_QA.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 11:16am MST

This is the audio recording of an essay published in the Fall of 1993 in The Public Interest magazine.

The essay is titled: "A Nation of Cowards" by Jeffrey Snyder.

You can access a text version of this essay here: http://rkba.org/comment/cowards.html

I'm publishing this essay for you as a thought-provoking defense of the morality of your being well-armed.

In today's political climate where critics are drawing a moral equivalence between mass murderers and an average armed citizen, I think this moral defense is warranted.

The facts and names of the essay are dated. The arguments are not.

As you consider this essay with 25 years of hindsight, do some research into how well the arguments have weathered the test of time.

Joshua

Direct download: A_Nation_of_Cowards_by_Jeffrey_Snyder.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 2:08pm MST

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