Arguments about money don’t have to be inevitable in a relationship, but being honest with yourself and with your spouse or partner is a requirement. Jared reviews why honesty about spending habits, financial attitudes, and credit scores can be the key to economic harmony—in good times and in...
Jared isn’t kidding on this one—your 401(k) is the best way to maximize legal tax deferral and ensure the best possible outcome for your retirement savings. He can’t say it enough. He also reviews the options for the investments you hold in your retirement portfolio.
Pets are an expense. You need to know your limits and expectations when it comes to pet costs, and don’t underestimate the importance of your Rainy-Day Fund. Jared talks about the financial implications of pets.
You cannot make a million dollars by cutting your expenses. It just won’t happen. The only way to get ahead is to make more money. It doesn’t take extraordinary intellect; it takes some self-esteem and a little grit. Jared started his own business, and he explains why you should too.
It would take the average person $10,000 and six months to produce a ham sandwich by themselves. Jared explains how free trade raises the quality of life for everyone, one sandwich at a time.