Today’s Financial Independence Podcast show is two episodes for the price of one! Brad and Alexi from Travel Miles 101 joined me to talk about the power of travel hacking but since they both also write about financial independence on their personal finance blogs, Richmond Savers and Miles Dividend MD (respectively), we had a great discussion about investing and early retirement as well!
Today on the Financial Independence Podcast, I’m excited to have personal-finance icon, J. Money, on the show! J. Money is the creator of the popular sites Budgets are Sexy and Rockstar Finance and has recently started a new podcast with Paula Pant from Afford Anything called The M.O.N.E.Y. Podcast!
The original frugal weirdos – Mr. and Mrs. Frugalwoods – stop by for an episode of the Financial Independence Podcast to share their financial independence strategies and early retirement plans!
Todd Tresidder from Financial Mentor joined me for an episode of the Financial Independence Podcast to talk about active investing, finding happiness, and other important lessons learned during 15+ years of early retirement!
Mr. and Mrs. 1500 from 1500 Days joined me for the first live and in-person interview for the Financial Independence Podcast! Not only was the interview in person, it took place on a huge stage in the middle of the financial blogger conference in Charlotte, North Carolina so people were actually watching us
Ed Mills from MillionaireEducator.com joined me for an episode of the Financial Independence Podcast to talk about how he and his wife saved nearly a million dollars in just 16 years…on teachers’ salaries!
Justin Cooke from EmpireFlippers.com was kind enough to join me for an episode of the Financial Independence Podcast! Justin and his business partner created a marketplace for buying and selling online businesses so today I tap into Justin’s vast knowledge about both sides of online real estate transactions and take a behind-the-scenes look into the process of online business investing.
J.D. Roth, one of the most respected writers in the personal finance world, was kind enough to join me for an episode of the Financial Independence Podcast! In less than ten years, J.D. went from having $35,000 of consumer debt to becoming a self-made millionaire.
Billy Murphy from ForeverJobless.com is a successful entrepreneur and ex-professional poker player who joined me for an episode of the Financial Independence Podcast to share some of his business knowledge and talk about his experiences investing in internet businesses.
On today’s episode of the Financial Independence Podcast, I had the pleasure of speaking with Jeremy and Winnie from Go Curry Cracker! Jeremy and Winnie retired a few years ago, in their thirties, and have been traveling around Central America ever since.
In part two of the Radical Personal Finance podcast interview (click here for part one), we dive into some very powerful tax-avoidance strategies for future early retirees. It’s possible to achieve financial independence earlier in life, without having to decrease your spending, increase your income, or assume any additional risk, simply by using tax-advantaged retirement accounts in an intelligent way.
A couple of months ago, a guy named Joshua emailed me to ask if I’d be a guest on his new show – the Radical Personal Finance podcast. I agreed and we ended up having a very interesting two-hour conversation, which he published to his site.