111: Guest Interview - David Stein, What Investment Return Should You Plan for?
David Stein, podcast host and author of the podcast/book titled, "Money for the Rest of Us" joins us for today's interview. We discuss David's background as an institutional investor and money manager, his asset allocation, and his thoughts on what return one should plan for in the future. He also shares advice on cash flow, portfolio allocation, real estate, and risk. Check out his new book at .
110: Net Worth of 1.2M - A Career in Public Education
Our guest today is Ed from . He has a current net worth of 1.25M. He has about 300K in real estate, including a vacation home, 200K in cash, and 700K in the market. We discuss his career in public education including his journey from teacher to principal to district administrator. Furthermore we discuss how he paid off over 125K in debt. Ed also shares terrific advice on 403(b) and 457 retirement account planning and pensions.
109: Net Worth of 4.1M - 150K in Apple Stock and a Yellowstone Cabin
Jeff has a current net worth of four million. He has about one million in retirement accounts, two million in after-tax investment accounts, 500K in his primary residence, 300K in a rental property, and 300K in a small business. We discuss market investing including managing short-term capital gains and which stocks to buy. Jeff also shares his thoughts on retiring early and managing one's finances throughout life.
108: Net Worth of 350K - Military Millionaire in the Making
David has a current net worth of 350K. His asset allocation is 50K in retirement accounts, 250K in real estate, and 50K in cash and index funds. We discuss his financial journey and real estate investments which include house-hacking, duplexes, multifamily housing, single family housing, Airbnb, and land. David also gives advice unique to those serving in the military such as VA loans and housing allowances. Check out his blog at .
107: Guest Interview - Retire Before Mom and Dad with Rob Berger
Rob Berger, author of Retire Before Mom and Dad: The Simple Numbers Behind a Lifetime of Financial Freedom joins us for this episode. We discuss his financial journey which includes quitting his job after making partner at a D.C. law firm. Rob shares his portfolio allocation, his thoughts on what it means to "retire," how much money one needs in retirement, and how much to save along the way. We also talk about the small choices of saving and investing that are instrumental to a life of financial success.