Radical Personal Finance

Short message today to announce my Black Friday sale and to say thank you. 

Direct download: 2020-11-25_Black_Friday_Sale.mp3
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Live Friday Q&A today!

  • 1:45 The future of cryptocurrency and associated tax questions

  • 24:48 Should an early retiree set up a guaranteed income stream?

  • 37:18 Will I owe tax if I’m moving around working as a digital nomad?

  • 45:52 How can I invest in my children without messing up my simple cashflow system?

  • 56:58 Should I invest in a Biblically Responsible mutual fund

  • 1:12:38 Where can I put my real estate down payment money to get a bit more interest?

  • 1:21:15 Joshua’s current advice for existing podcasters

  • 1:37:16 Should I set up a corporation for my business or keep running it as a sole proprietorship?

  • 1:46:45 If it’s ok to take welfare, why not make a class teaching people how to get it?


Direct download: 2020-11-13_Friday_QA.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 11:42am MDT

Whenever we get into the throes of a hotly contested election, people threaten to leave if their preferred candidate loses. Most don't ever leave, of course. But should they?

I'm not sure they should leave. Leaving is a drastic step and response. But I'm sure that most people should prepare to leave. Or make a plan to leave. And today I'll share with you the argument and the methods!

Note: This show was originally released on November 7, 2016. It's every bit as relevant today, November 2, 2020 as it was on that date. Listen to it afresh today with four years of hindsight. 


In case you haven't heard, this presidential election is the most important one in your lifetime. It will retain that title until November 9 when the 2020 election will take over as reigning champ.

Not only is this the most important election of your lifetime, but if the wrong person is elected, we literally face the end of the world as we know it!

So, what are you to do?

Well, today's show contains my thoughts and advice around presidential politics as well as 10 things you can do that will actually make a difference after you've cast your vote for President of the United States.