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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What Advice Would You Give to an 18-Year Old You? RPF0016

Today's show is a bit more general and philosophy focused rather than technical. I decided to use a question from my Twitter exchange with Robbie this morning as the springboard for my show. @RadicalPF knowing what you know today.


 2014-07-10  1h6m

How to Eliminate Your Taxes! The Basic Foundation You Need to Understand To Do Good Tax Planning RPF0015

Beginning announcements: We're live in iTunes! Share this link please! http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/radical-personal-finance-podcast/id896153632 I've set up an email list--please consider subscribing so you receive the full set of show note...


 2014-07-08  1h41m

FAQ: The Stock Market is At an All-Time High: Should I Wait for the Market to Go Down To Invest in Stocks? RPF0014

In today's show, we tackle a Frequently Asked Question about whether I should wait to invest in stocks because of where the market is at. - The Dow closed above 17,000 last week. Inevitably, here are the four articles you will see all week: -


 2014-07-07  50m

The Forgotten History of Retirement: Who Actually Benefits When You Retire? RPF0013

In today's show we dig deep into the forgotten history of retirement. Have you ever wondered how we wound up with the retirement system today? Have you ever wondered what political movements led to the creation of things like mandatory retirement and t...


 2014-07-03  1h24m

Exposing One of the Biggest Problems in Financial Planning: Nobody Retires! Ever! RPF0012

Today on the Radical Personal Finance Podcast, we deal with the elephant in the living room: Nobody ever retires! Especially those who can afford to! - Billionaires don't retire. Poor people can't retire (even though they desperately want to sometimes).


 2014-07-02  1h34m

Introduction to the Radical Personal Finance Podcast – The [New] First Episode – RPF0011

Today's show is an introduction to the Radical Personal Finance Podcast. We discuss: My background with financial planning and financial planning media. My frustrations with the financial press. My philosophy that very little is right or wrong ...


 2014-07-01  1h9m

RPF 0010 – You Are 100% Responsible For Your Income

You are 100% responsible for your income--both creating an income source and for the actual level of your income.  In the US American context, you're paid exactly what you're worth in the marketplace.  So, to make more, you have to be worth more.


 2013-08-05  47m

RPF 0009 – Why Your House is a Terrible Investment – Interview with James Collins from jlcollinsnh.com

Today's show topic is real estate and we'll be discussing why your house is a terrible investment, how to do a proper rent vs. own calculation, and other wealth building topics with our special guest, James Collins. It's certain to be challenging,


 2013-08-02  1h55m

RPF 0008 – Updates for the Show and a Conversation on The Problems and Solutions Facing Our Consumption-Based Society

Today's show is a conversation about the current status of the show, some of my mistakes and things I'm working on and it's also a casual conversation about what's really important.  We talk about the problems and solutions facing our consumer society ..


 2013-08-01  56m

RPF 0007 – Strategies to Achieve Financial Independence at an Early Age – an interview with Brandon, the Mad Fientist

Today, we have an in-depth conversation with Brandon, the Mad Fientist.  If all goes according to plan, Brandon should have enough money by the end of next year (2014) to never have to work again. He will be in his early 30s. -


 2013-07-31  2h1m