1 hr 17 min

Ask Paula: If I Were to Interview Suze Orman Again Today, How Would It Go‪?‬ Afford Anything

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#294: Jeffrey is curious: if I were to interview Suze Orman today, would I agree more or less with her thoughts on the financial independence retire early (FIRE) movement?
Matt wants to know: if a property cash flows really well, is it worth paying significantly more than the appraised value to purchase that income stream?
Sara and her husband are returning to the states after living abroad for a few years. They’re moving to an expensive area where three to four bedroom homes cost $800,000+. They have $150,000 saved for a downpayment, but a $600,000 mortgage isn’t what they had in mind. What should they do?
Eva and her partner are squirreling away money before the birth of their baby. They’d like to pay off their $90,000 mortgage in three years, but they’re afraid to use the money in case of unexpected baby expenses. What’s their best move?
Justin and his wife want to take a gap year with their children in three years. They plan to visit Spain and London for six months each. What are unexpected expenses that they should factor into their budget?
Former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy and I answer these questions on today’s episode. Enjoy!
For more information, visit the show notes at https://affordanything.com/episode294

#294: Jeffrey is curious: if I were to interview Suze Orman today, would I agree more or less with her thoughts on the financial independence retire early (FIRE) movement?
Matt wants to know: if a property cash flows really well, is it worth paying significantly more than the appraised value to purchase that income stream?
Sara and her husband are returning to the states after living abroad for a few years. They’re moving to an expensive area where three to four bedroom homes cost $800,000+. They have $150,000 saved for a downpayment, but a $600,000 mortgage isn’t what they had in mind. What should they do?
Eva and her partner are squirreling away money before the birth of their baby. They’d like to pay off their $90,000 mortgage in three years, but they’re afraid to use the money in case of unexpected baby expenses. What’s their best move?
Justin and his wife want to take a gap year with their children in three years. They plan to visit Spain and London for six months each. What are unexpected expenses that they should factor into their budget?
Former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy and I answer these questions on today’s episode. Enjoy!
For more information, visit the show notes at https://affordanything.com/episode294

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