Radical Personal Finance

Joshua J Sheats, MSFS, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CASL, CAP, RHU, REBC is a financial planner who teaches people how to live a rich life now while building a plan for financial freedom in 10 years or less. He mixes creative approaches to lifestyle design, deep-dive financial planning techniques, and hard-core business strategy to equip you with the knowledge and inspiration you need to build financial independence.


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episode 654: A New, Legal Tax Scheme to Help You Save Capital Gains: Qualified Opportunity Zones

Today we discuss Qualified Opportunity Zones, a legitimately new way for you to potentially save on capital gains taxes. Joshua Map of designated opportunity zones:https://www.enterprisecommunity.org/opportunity360/opportunity-zone-eligibility-tool



episode 653: How Tax Rule Changes Can Sink Your Financial Plan (Discussion of H.R. 1994: the SECURE act)

There is an important piece of legislation that has passed the House of Representatives and is being considered in the Senate. It's technically known as H.R. 1994 "Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019." It has some changes...



episode 652: 652-Cost of Living vs. Quality of Life (with an international flair)

How do you balance the Costs of Living with your Quality of Life when you're thinking about moving out of your home country? Let's discuss! Joshua



episode 651: 651-Can You Invest Better Than a Hedge Fund Manager?

In order to build wealth over your lifetime you need to #InvestWisely. But, how? How do you do it? What should you invest in? Today, we discuss that question with an active hedge fund manager named John Medford. He and his team manage a large fund...



episode 650: The Case for Pop-Up Campers

I think a pop up tent camper is an ideal compromise for family vacation travel. In this show, I tell you why. Joshua



episode 649: Friday Q&A: Fiscal Future of the USA, Financial Coaching, International Living, Dividend Investing, Morality of Investing, Quitting my Job, etc.

1:30 What is the fiscal future of the USA in light of the Democratic candidates' debate this week? 19:12 How could I do financial coaching for the not-yet-wealthy? 35:20 What are the benefits of international living? 41:15 Should I be a dividend...



Report on the RPF Mission to Venezuela

A month or so ago, I raised money from the listeners of RPF with the goal of helping with the crisis in Venezuela. We ended up raising about $11,000 from the audience, which I converted to cash and sent it in to help. In this audio, we give you a...



episode 648: Friday Q&A: Sell Crypto to Pay Debt, Adjust Investments for Economic Uncertainty, Adjusting Finances for Divorce, Birth Tourism, Living Abroad, Etc.

Friday Q&A today! 1:54 Should I sell my cryptocurrency to pay off my IRS debt? 10:30 How should I readjust my investments to plan for future economic uncertainty? 26:09 How should I think through my finances in the midst of possible divorce?...



episode 647: Asset Protection Planning for Mere Mortals - Part 12 - Intelligent Asset Titling

If you care about asset protection planning, there's hardly any reason for you to own an asset in your own name. So, you'll have to get used to titling asset in slightly different ways. Today, I teach you why and how. Joshua


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