Paige and her fiancé have two autumn 2021 goals: save for a wedding and an emergency fund. There’s one problem: they only have around $200 per month to save. How can they grow the gap when they’ve run out of things to cut and ways to earn more?
Kat’s investor friend connected her with a wholesaler who only deals in cash. How can she find $130,000 to buy her subject property?
“Jon,” an anonymous caller, is renting his grandparent’s property, which he plans to make his forever home. It’s on the older side and needs renovations, but the repairs don’t need to happen immediately. How can he fund these repairs while also avoiding a mortgage payment in his 60s?
Anonymous caller “Chadwick” is planning for financial independence. Given that his employer covers his housing, when should he and his wife look for a house? Now, or in the last year of his job?
Annalis wants to know whose approach to business I prefer: Gary Vee’s, or Cal Newport’s? She also asks: how do you become a good speaker?
My friend and former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy joins me to answer these five questions today. Enjoy!