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BiggerPockets Money Podcast 268: Finance Friday: Why You Should Focus on ‘Hitting Singles’ for Early Retirement

Expats and rental portfolios go together like peanut butter and jelly. It’s no surprise that a fair amount of retired globetrotters owe their freedom to real estate investing. While many real estate investors are looking to retire themselves and their families in the US, today’s guest Paul has other plans. Paul thoroughly enjoys his full-time

By |2022-01-21T08:53:42-08:00January 20th, 2022|Industry News|

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 267: Student Loans Update: Repayment, Refinancing, and Potential Forgiveness w/ Robert Farrington

Student loan forgiveness was a hot topic during the 2020 election cycle. With so many outstanding student loan payments, will the government step in to wipe out the debt? While many theorize about this, Robert Farrington takes the opposite angle, urging those who have student loans to prepare for repayment, rather than cancellation. This way,

By |2022-01-17T08:54:57-08:00January 16th, 2022|Industry News|

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 265.5: Protecting Your Home (and Wealth!) When a Natural Disaster Strikes w/ Steve Longenecker (Bonus Episode)

Home insurance isn’t the sexiest topic, but in the world of financial independence, predictability is quite an attractive trait to have. That’s why money nerds across the world value insurance as a natural hedge against catastrophic wealth-ending disasters. Whether you’re a homeowner, a renter, or a landlord, home insurance could help you rebuild quicker after

By |2022-01-12T08:53:45-08:00January 11th, 2022|Industry News|

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 265: Death and Finances: What to Do (Before and) After A Loved One Passes w/Allison Nichol Longtin

Death and finances can arguably be called the two things that people hate talking about most. Unfortunately, these are two topics that cannot be kept in the dark, as we all must deal with loss, both emotionally and financially over our lifetime. What can the average person do when they’ve just received the heartbreaking news

By |2022-01-10T08:53:07-08:00January 9th, 2022|Industry News|

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 264: Finance Friday: Passive Income, Syndications, Real Estate, and Retirement

“Can I retire yet?” If you’re today’s guest Jenn, then the short answer is a resounding “yes”. And if you aren’t Jenn, you’ll probably want to be in her position upon retirement. Jenn has a lot of income options: a military pension from her spouse, a great full-time income, real estate syndication cash flow, and

By |2022-01-07T08:51:48-08:00January 6th, 2022|Industry News|

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 263: Becoming Debt-Free and Generating $320,000/Year from Simple Side Hustles w/ Jannese Torres-Rodriguez

Most people assume wealth is built from a singular source, but the most successful people have multiple streams of income. 2020 was the year of the side hustle. People started to find ways to monetize their hobbies, create services, and capitalize on their talents. While some people are just now catching on, today’s guest, Jannese

By |2022-01-03T08:54:22-08:00January 2nd, 2022|Industry News|

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 262: Prenups, Projects, Prolific Spending, and Planning for 2022 w/ Carl & Mindy Jensen

Mindy may seem like a financial superhero to most listeners of the Money Podcast, but she’s nothing without her financial education inspiring partner, Carl Jensen. Carl is known quite well around the personal finance community as co-host of the Mile High FI podcast and writer over at 1500days.com. Carl and Mindy are just closing in

By |2021-12-31T08:51:00-08:00December 30th, 2021|Industry News|

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 261: Stop Taking Money So Seriously w/ Joe Saul-Sehy & Emily Guy Birken

Building wealth takes decades with some serious hard work and many, many mistakes along the way. The problem? Most financial independence chasers see themselves as having to be perfectionists. Every investment must be perfect, every dollar spent housed within a budget, and at no time can money become something fun or playful. Joe Saul-Sehy and

By |2021-12-27T08:51:33-08:00December 26th, 2021|Industry News|

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 260: Finance Friday: How to Hit $10M Net Worth in 10 Years (Or Less)

Stocks vs. real estate is a regular feud among many financially savvy forums on the internet. While some investors love the passive aspect of stocks, other investors love the tax savings and flexibility of real estate. Regardless of your preferred asset, it’s better to stick your hard-earned money in something that makes money for you,

By |2021-12-24T08:51:22-08:00December 23rd, 2021|Industry News|
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