612-Q&A: Pay Off Debt or Invest, 529 Plan Optimization, Financial Planning Fees, Tax Issues, College Planning

2:00 - Should we pay off our mortgage or invest?

9:50 - Should I put more money into one of my child's 529 plans in order to help them on their financial aid calculations?

18:30 - Should a retiree in her 60s pay 1.7% as a financial planning fee?

47:20 - How should we unravel the tax situation for a house that I live in but don't own?

1:13:00 - What college financial planning organization should I choose?

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600-A Complete Answer to Whether You Should Pay off Debt or Invest

Here's the complete answer that you need to know if you should pay off debt or invest.

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597-Debt-Freedom Leads to Career Freedom to Become a Financial Adviser: Interview with Matt Miner from Design Independence

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:

  1. How good financial planning and preparation enables a move to a better career fit. This is an important component of a progressive plan towards financial freedom.
  2. How a personal finance aficionado can make a move towards working as a financial advisor without sacrificing their integrity.

Enjoy!

Joshua

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594-Friday Q&A: If I Have No Credit Score (Because I Haven't Borrowed in >25 Years) Should I Start Building It?

It's Friday! That means it's Q&A time. Today we cover:

  • If I have no credit (because I haven't borrowed money in >25 years) should I work on building my credit score?
  • What has traveling like for Joshua and what are his plans for Radical Personal Finance.

Joshua

  • If you'd like to be on next week's Q&A call, sign up here: www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/patron
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591-Friday Q&A (Credit Card Edition): New Cards, Refinancing Mortgages, and Credit Freezes

Today we tackle:

  • How do I get new credit cards when I've already maxed out my limits?
  • Should I refinance my mortgage over onto my credit cards so I can drop Private Mortgage Insurance?
  • How should I handle a credit freeze on my accounts?

Remember, go buy the credit card course this weekend. It's at www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/creditcardcourse and you can save $10 with promo code CREDITCARDTEN.

Joshua

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590-Who Should Never Have a Credit Card?

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."

But, everyone else should buy it. Go here: www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/creditcardcourse

Save $10 with promo code: CREDITCARDTEN

Joshua

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589-How to Manage Cash While You Pay Off Your Credit Cards

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

Use "CREDITCARDTEN" to save $10. Until Monday only.

Joshua

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588-Credit Card Loans Can Provide a Way to Privately Purchase Goods and Services

One of the most under-appreciated aspects of credit cards is the significant privacy they can afford you. Listen to the show for details.

Remember, please sign up for my new credit card course: www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/creditcardcourse

Use coupon code "CREDITCARDTEN" to save $10 off the price. (Good until 10/15/18.)

Thank you!

Joshua

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