There is an important piece of legislation that has passed the House of Representatives and is being considered in the Senate. It's technically known as H.R. 1994 "Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019."
It has some changes that are potentially helpful to you; and some that may destroy the value of your qualified accounts.
How do you balance the Costs of Living with your Quality of Life when you're thinking about moving out of your home country?
In order to build wealth over your lifetime you need to #InvestWisely. But, how? How do you do it? What should you invest in?
Today, we discuss that question with an active hedge fund manager named John Medford. He and his team manage a large fund with an impressive record.
And, in this episode, we discuss why you probably shouldn't bother to try competing with him.
1:30 What is the fiscal future of the USA in light of the Democratic candidates' debate this week?
19:12 How could I do financial coaching for the not-yet-wealthy?
35:20 What are the benefits of international living?
41:15 Should I be a dividend investor or index fund investor? And how can I simultaneously be a moral investor?
1:15:45 Should I quit my job because I can?
1:33:30 How could I invest differently than just real estate and mutual funds?
Friday Q&A today!
If you care about asset protection planning, there's hardly any reason for you to own an asset in your own name. So, you'll have to get used to titling asset in slightly different ways.
Today, I teach you why and how.
When I ask people about their goals, about 80% of people tell me they want to travel when they retire. And yet, very few people actually follow through and travel!
Of course there could be many reasons. But if the cost of traveling is keeping you at home, I want to help you.
In today's show, I'll share with you some ideas and strategies to travel the world on the cheap.
In today's show, I'm going to teach you how an average guy can build a $165,000,000 estate by choosing not to retire. And I'll tell you a bunch of reasons why that would be great for you to plan for (even though you're simultaneously working towards financial independence in 10 years or less).
This is one of the most important questions you can think about. And don't be scared to change your answers as you learn and grow.