After not having enough time with his family and being simply overworked, Joe DiSanto decided to pack up and leave California.
He and his family ended up in Florida.
With the lower cost of living, he's now semi-retired and spending more time with his wife and son.
Joe describes how his family made this transition physically and financially. He shares tips for others who are considering a big move and a life of geo-arbitrage.
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Scott and his husband are a dual income no kids (DINK) household. They have come into some extra money lately and want to know what to do with it.
Do they invest the money? Do they save it? Or do they pay down debt?
To help me answer Scott's question, I've invited David and John Auten-Schneider from the Queer Money Podcast. These financial experts break down different options for Scott and how their decisions relate to LGBT couples in general.
Also, Kestrel McCorkle from North Carolina shares how she paid off her 50 acres of land and now owns it free and clear.
Can't figure out how to stick to your budget and crush that debt? The Budget Mom, Kumiko Love tells us how to do just that.
We first review how she eliminated $77k of debt in just 8 months and then went on to purchase her home for cash.
After that, she shares 5 helpful tips for others who are looking to pay off their debt and achieve their financial freedom goals.
Why are index funds so popular?
Paula Pant from Afford Anything joins me to answer a listener question about this investment option and shares why they are superior.
Shandon Fowler, VP of Marketing, from Starship HSA also joins us this week to weigh in on the "HSA vs. 401k" debate.
Last but not least, my daughter Zoey reads the review of the month and we talk about virtual school, hybrid school and what it's like to wear a mask for 3 hours at school.