John Taylor Gatto has died. My voice has also died. So rather than leaving you bereft of new shows, I decided to share a few Gatto files to encourage you to invest your education dollars well.
On this episode we welcome Matt Miner back to the show. Matt previously came on the show to discuss whether going back to graduate school is a good financial move.
Since that interview, Matt left his corporate job and became a financial advisor!
In this interview we explore two themes:
I missed several of my students' questions on the previous credit card Q&A show. So today, I wrap them up. Enjoy!
It's Friday! That means it's Q&A time. Today we cover:
The Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous might make good TV but it's the Lifestyles of the Frugal and Obscure that makes for wealthy people who keep their money.
What do you think would happen to a mother of 12 who was widowed at a fairly young age and whose husband didn't have any life insurance? Could she survive? If so, how?
Today, I want to share with you the story of a friend of mine who went through that precise circumstance. I hope you enjoy it!
Today we tackle:
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There are people who should never, ever, have a credit card. And of course they shouldn't buy my new course "How to Borrow Money Safely and Never Pay Interest Using Credit Cards."
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Credit Cards can be really useful. But contrary to popular opinion, they're not the most useful when you're broke. They're more useful when you have a little cash.
Enjoy this excerpt from my new course "How to Borrow Money Safely and Never Pay Interest Using Credit Cards."
And then go buy it here: www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/creditcardcourse
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