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On today's Friday Q&A we cover: 1:55 Why should I hire a financial professional if I can do it myself? 11:29 How do I educate myself about real estate? 13:42 What's the best ereader to use? 33:22 How do I plan a rental portfolio for demographic changes. 44:40 Should I live close to extended family? 1:13:51 What's great about the book Stolen Focus? 1:20:41 How do I read to my children in Spanish? 1:24:14 Where in Latin America should I buy a $50,000 condo?
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It's Friday! On today's Q&A show we cover: 2:38 How to start a blue collar landscaping business on the side. 16:15 How do I decide my priorities when thinking about home education? 1:17:59 What new books should I read this year? www.radicalbooklist.com 1:56:00 How do I build a recession-proof job? 2:17:24 How do I decide if riding a motorcycle is too dangerous for me? Enjoy the show! To join me next week, go to https://patreon.com/RadicalPersonalFinance  Joshua
I hate it when people make fun of New Year's Resolutions. Setting annual goals and making personal resolutions is a marvelous practice. Go for it! In today's episode I want to share some lessons I've learned and encourage you how to do it in a way that make sense for you. Enjoy! Joshua
Today, let's discuss how you can enjoy a truly rich Christmas—nay, a truly rich life. Joshua Originally released December 23, 2021 If you'd like to follow along with my reading, you can find the text here: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/19337/19337-h/19337-h.htm
On today's Q&A we cover: How do I go browse for a new job? 17:47 What productivity tools does Joshua use? 29:51 How do I outsource to a VA? 37:43 What are Joshua's current thoughts on the state of Bitcoin? 57:12 How do I help my 2-year old play alone? Enjoy! Joshua
On today's Friday Q&A show we cover:  Should I really maximize my investments into tax-deferred plans? 15:38 What do I need to do with the UTMA account I have for my children? 25:25 Why did my dividend disappear from my whole life policy? 46:02 How do I learn about asset allocation? 1:02:24 How do I size and structure my children's life insurance policies? 1:21:15 Should I start a business while having young children? 1:35:00 How can I teach my non-reading children a foreign language? 1:54:20 How do I figure out if entrepreneurship is right for me?
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A lot of my listeners are hurting due to the recent collapse of FTX. Here's what I would tell you face-to-face if you've just lost all of your money, regardless of the specific reason why. Joshua
On today's Q&A we discuss: 3:00 Should I do a Citizenship by Investment or a Residency program to get a second passport? 20:01 I'm starting a new Registered Investment Advisory firm. How should I market myself? 33:56 Should I adjust my income low enough to get on Medicaid? 42:06 What kind of wills and trusts do I need to protect my children? 59:00 I'm moving to Mexico. How should I learn Spanish? 1:24:17 Should I quit my job to start a business or just get a better-paying job?
On today's Q&A we cover:  1:15 Should I buy a house? 22:38 Should I sell investments or drain my bank accounts for a house down payment? 31:46 What do I need to do financially for my new child? 50:00 Update on the famine discussion? 1:00:00 How do I build a portfolio of ethical, diverse, sustainable farms? To join me next week, go here: https://patreon.com/RadicalPersonalFinance  Enjoy! Joshua
On today's Q&A we cover: 1:30 How can I build a successful financial coaching business? 38:56 How can Canada serve me in my internationalized life? 52:00 What are my tax planning opportunities with a variable income? 58:00 Should I buy a franchise business for my father? 1:17:02 Should I lease a car? To join me next week, go to https://patreon.com/RadicalPersonalFinance  Enjoy! Joshua
Comments (34)

Ivan Terrero

well done sir, thanks.

Dec 31st
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Tara Smith

This is good content, but there is a ticking sound in the background that is nearly intolerable.

Sep 4th
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Ivan Terrero

wise words indeed

Jul 21st
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Michael Landgraf

Joshua is fricken brilliant

Apr 10th
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Ivan Terrero

#a usted life#vidasinsentido#apurposedrivenlife#v8dasinproposito......mivida

Mar 14th
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Austin Peek

Reminds me of Dave Ramsey... Love it!

Feb 27th
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Pete Krentz

tried really hard to listen to this episode. interesting topic but that guest was way beyond obnoxious

Nov 5th
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Ivan Terrero

Me atrevería decir que el castellano de tu hijo es mejor que el tuyo Josué......relativamente..

Oct 9th
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Ivan Terrero

¡Que bueno haya aprendido el idioma a una edad tan joven!

Oct 9th
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Ivan Terrero

What they (The NY Times) did was legal?

Sep 29th
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Pablo Hernandez

This is a great rant! It’s though-provoking!

May 5th
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Ivan Terrero

and yet you left the US.......

Feb 27th
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Ivan Terrero

Increíble la historia de este supuesto misionero que dios le tenga mi esférico del día porque parece que no es salvo y no conoce a Jesús como su Señor y Salvador.

Jan 9th
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Mack Dally

This guy Todd... Nice sales pitch for your course pal.

Nov 3rd
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Ethan Spira

Thank you for pointing out the shortcomings and dehumanization of measuring people by income production. Reframing the role of family around true value instead of monetary value was needed for me.

Aug 30th
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Ethan Spira

Episodes like this remind me all the more why RPF is a constant subscribe for me. Thank you Joshua for sharing your encouragements on making meaningful change!

Jul 12th
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LucilleF

Another day, another propagandist really guy wing podcast pretending to be level headed and fair. I'm beginning to lose hope here.

Jul 11th
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Liam Hodgins

Favorite episode

May 16th
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Mai

I like the nuanced, detailed explanation of financial processes but I'm finding it almost impossible to listen through Josh's political cracks. He makes a lot of passive aggressive jeers that distract me from hearing the larger concept. Since this is advertised as a finance podcast, I expect to hear facts and data and not necessarily personal ideology. I really hope Josh can try to filter out his opinions and keep the actual information flowing. As of now he strikes me as immature

Apr 22nd
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Ivan Terrero

Sobering podcast

Mar 9th
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