#473: Sarah has cash to pay a $8,000 medical bill but she’s reluctant to drain her savings. Should she sign up for the hospital’s interest-free payment plan?
Jennie is an independent consultant but gets paid as a W-2 employee. Without access to a SEP IRA or a 401k plan, is there another option to save for retirement?
An anonymous caller is wondering how to run a cost-benefit analysis on pursuing a graduate degree.
Brian is getting inundated with spam calls as a real estate investor. Is there a way to stop the madness?
Former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy and I tackle these four questions in today’s episode.
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An anonymous caller is upset that the 401k plan he sold his boss on is charging him an Assets Under Management (AUM) fee. Should he keep the 401k at all?
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