127: Net Worth of 1.0M - Financial Independence in a Foreign Land
Dave is today's guest with a net worth around one million dollars. He currently lives in Israel, previously worked as a lawyer, and is now on his path to financial independence. We discuss having a financial goal, what financial independence means, cost of living in Israel, and his life journey. Check out his current book titled, "The Cash Machine, A Tale of Passion, Persistence, and Financial Independence."
126: Net Worth of 1.0M - Female Radiologist and Mother
Barbara, a radiologist and toddler mom, is today's guest on the show. She has a current net worth of just over one million dollars. Besides her portfolio allocation, we discuss her career as a physician, paying off her student debts, finding work/life balance, working in a male dominated field, plans for her financial future, and more.
125: Net Worth of 1.1M - Budgets Are Sexy with J. Money
J. Money from the popular blog, Budgets Are Sexy, is the guest on today's episode. He shares his net worth and portfolio allocation which primarily consists of investments in VTSAX, the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index. We discuss the FIRE movement, money and happiness/fulfillment, how much one spends in retirement, and the range of his household income. Check out his blog at .
124: Net Worth of 2.3M - Immigrant Who Came to the U.S. with Only $1,000
John immigrated from India to the U.S. with only $1,000. He shares his story of working his first job to building a net worth of over 2.3 million. He lives in a high cost of living area and shares his asset allocation which consists of 1MM in real estate, 300K in a 401(k), 200K in a Roth, 400K in taxable accounts and the remainder in other investments including lawsuit settlements. John also shares how he's been able to manage his career and raise his income from 40K to over 200K annually.
123: Guest Interview - Finances in Marriage with the Money Couple
Today's guest interview features the money couple. We discuss all things finances in marriage and why/how 70% of couples whom divorce do so because of financial stress/issues. Scott and Bethany talk about the five money personalities, and share how learning about your money personality can help in marriage. They also share that it costs, on average, 275K to raise a kid from kindergarten through four years of college.