#189: Julie, age 27, calculated her expected net worth based on the formula taught in the classic personal finance book The Millionaire Next Door. She’s concerned. Her current net worth is significantly lower than the number that the formula revealed. Is she on-track?
Anonymous wants to save for a downpayment on a home. Should she reduce her 401k contributions in order to amass these savings? Should she store some of that money in a Roth IRA?
Samantha is more than halfway finished with paying off her debt. In order to make this happen, she took on a second job. How much will she owe in taxes?
Maxime works at a job in which his 401k only offers expensive choices. Should he put his money in a taxable brokerage account, instead?
Leslie’s parents are going to retire in five years, but they’ve only saved $65,000. What should they do? How can she help?
Claire is creating an estate plan. What should she be thinking about?
Former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy and I answer these six questions in today’s episode.
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