1:30-Should I dollar cost average into my Roth IRA or wait for a market downturn?
6:00-How can I get money to my child so they can make a Roth IRA contribution?
21:30-Can I do good asset protection by transferring all my money into a secret Bitcoin wallet that's kept completely offline?
34:00-Can I become a financial planner without pursuing it full-time?
Today we have a mega, 2-hour Q&A show. We cover a bunch of really interesting questions:
I encourage you to carefully consider the ROI you're getting on the money and time you and your children are investing into their education. Is it paying off? Are you getting a good deal?
p.s., I recorded this in April. It's an episode that I spiked and chose not to release (this isn't uncommon). But I changed my mind and decided to let you decide if you're interested or not. :)
Today, we handle this interesting question from a listener:
"In talking about Samaritan to a pastor-friend he threw out the scenario that your middle school age son is injured in an accident while riding in a friend's car, and the police find marijuana in the car--what happens?
When I asked a Samaritan rep about it he said their board would carefully review the situation and if they deemed that your son wasn't responsible for/aware of the pot then his injury would be covered; if he was responsible/aware then he would not be covered.
While my kids are all under 8 right now and this scenario is a ways off as a possibility for us, I'm concerned that when they reach middle/high school age I may need to look into alternatives for a couple reasons: (1) I'm not fully convinced of an investigatory board's ability to discern for sure in such a scenario what was going on and (2) while I'm teaching my kids to obey their parents and the civil authorities, they are still sinners and, growing up...