RPF0643-Should I Fix My Broken Car or Replace It?

A listener has a car with a blown transmission and is trying to decide whether to repair it or replace it. Here's my advice! Joshua


642-Friday Q&A: How to Contribute to an IRA When You're Taking the Foreign Earned Income Ex

It's Friday! Today, we discuss: 642-Friday Q&A: Taking the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion How Should You Think About FIREing Yourself From A Big-Money Job Joshua


641-$1,500 a Month On Society Discusses

Here's the link: Read the conversation and form your own opinions. Joshua

640-The Accidental Millionaire (And What You Can Learn From His Example) Today, I tell you the story of the Accidental Millionaire and a few lessons for both of us. Enjoy! Joshua

640-The Accidental Millionaire (And What You Can Learn From His Example)

Today, I tell you the story of the Accidental Millionaire and a few lessons for both of us. Enjoy! Joshua


639-Friday Q&A: International Healthcare, Avoiding Wealth Taxes, Etc.

It's Friday! Today we discuss: International healthcare options Avoiding wealth taxes Second passports for children And more! Joshua


Asking for Your Money (But Not For Me)

Today, I have something a little different. I have found a way to personally help some people who truly need help. I'd like you to consider giving some money along with me. Details are in the audio. p


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638-Asset Protection Planning for Mere Mortals - Part 11 - Wage Exemption Planning

Wages provide you with the financial fuel you need to build wealth. So it absolutely stinks when those wages are sucked up by your creditors in wage garnishments. So how can you protect your wages and


637-How to Find an Excellent Wife: The Decision

One of the most fundamental decisions you can make in life is to marry or not to marry. If you marry, your life, your budget, and your career will look dramatically different than a peer who remains u


636-The Case for Moving to Puerto Rico

If you're a US citizen who earns $500,000 or more, who is not willing to renounce your US citizenship, and who is involved in business and investing, you should seriously consider moving to Puerto Ric


635-Friday Q&A: Moving From NY to FL to Cut Taxes, Life Insurance at Work, Investment Philo

On Fridays we do Q&A! Today: 1:20 How can I effectively move from New York to Florida in order to end my tax residency? 17:20 What should I do with the life insurance I'm offered at work? 23:00 How do


634-The Case for Moving Outside of the United States

Today, I'll teach you how a 25-year-old could increase their estate by $90,000,000 by simply moving outside of the United States. Enjoy! Joshua


633-The Case for Moving to a No-Income-Tax State

One of the most effective things you can do when trying to figure out how to build wealth is to find ways to save big money. Fast. And since Americans collectively spend more on taxes than housing, fo


632-Asset Protection Planning for Mere Mortals - Part 10 - Personal Property Exemption Plan

Today, we continue our Asset Protection Planning series with a deep look at the Personal Property Exemptions. I've never heard asset protection planners give much attention to the Personal Property Ex


631-Individual Solutions Can Lead to Success and Happiness; Collective Solutions Lead to Fr

As I recently finished my course on How to Survive and Thrive During the Coming Economic Crisis, I was struck with how simple and feasible the individual solutions are, while how utterly impossible


630-Friday Q&A: Whole Life Insurance, Walmart for Asset Allocation

1:20 Should I change my whole life insurance policy because my income is going down? 18:40 Why do you think Walmart has done more good for poor people than any non-profit organization? 30:00 How shoul


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