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Millionaires Unveiled

English, Finance, 1 season, 353 episodes, 3 days, 9 hours, 21 minutes
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Millionaires Unveiled interviews and tells the stories of everyday millionaires. We provide detailed insight into their investing strategies and current portfolio allocation. How did they get started? What decisions did they make along the way? How has their portfolio allocation changed, and what are they doing now to not only keep, but also grow, their highly sought after "millionaire" status? From these extensive and thought provoking interviews, you'll be able to assess your current portfolio allocation, learn investing strategies, and join the fast track to financial success.
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353: Net Worth of $10M - I Live Better Than A Billionaire

Summary Scott has a net worth of $10 million. He first appeard on the show back on episode 76 almost exactly 5 years ago when his net worth was around $7 million. He has all of his net worth in his business, real estate and crypto. He is a business owner, an attorney, an entrepreneur, and a real estate investor. He shares his journey to finding true wealth and happiness. He discusses how acquiring more things and wealth led to anxiety and a lack of enjoyment in the present moment. Through experiences like ayahuasca retreats and studying CREA yoga, Scott learned to prioritize peace and doing what he truly wants. He emphasizes the importance of controlling the mind and emotions to experience deeper levels of peace and love. Scott also talks about his asset allocation strategy, including investments in real estate, algorithmic trading, and cryptocurrency. In this conversation, Scott shares his insights on wealth building and asset protection. He emphasizes the importance of clarity in defining one's goals and treating wealth building as a business. He also discusses the need for asset protection strategies, such as using LLCs and living trusts, and optimizing portfolio returns through tax strategies. As wealth scales from seven to eight figures, he recommends using private foundations and investing in CFO-level services. Scott also shares personal experiences, including expensive meals and transformative moments in the jungle. He advises listeners to surround themselves with successful people and ask thoughtful questions.   
4/15/202446 minutes, 7 seconds
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352: Net Worth of $15M - Digging out of a hole for 4 straight years to 3x Inc. 500 CEO

Summary Chris has a net worth of $15 million. Most of is in real estate with a little bit in cash. He is 57 years old and has 33 years of experience in real estate and has been involved in various aspects of the industry, including building, brokerage, condominium conversions, and new construction. After the 2008 crash, he shifted his focus to creative financing and developed the three-payday system, which allows him to get paid multiple times on each deal. He primarily uses owner financing, subject-to deals, and lease purchases to acquire properties. Chris emphasizes the importance of mentorship and ongoing training in his business, and he believes that leaders and training are key to growing a successful company. Chris shares his experience running a family business and offers advice for those considering it. He emphasizes the importance of having a mission and values that everyone in the company agrees on, which helps reduce conflicts and decision-making challenges. Chris also discusses his future goals, which include creating experiences and enjoying time with his family. He shares the most fun he's had with money, which is achieving his 30-year goal of building a home in the mountains. Chris also talks about the financial habits he's changed over the years, such as focusing on improving cash position and allocating money to real estate and the company. He highlights the significance of surrounding oneself with the right people and the impact it can have on personal and professional growth.  
4/9/202443 minutes, 9 seconds
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351: Net Worth of $2M+ - Navigating the One More Year Syndrome

Summary Dividend Daddy has a net worth of $2+ million. He shares his journey to financial independence and his investment strategies. He discusses his real estate holdings, including his mortgage-free primary home and investment properties with mortgages. Dividend Daddy explains the reasons behind paying off his primary home early, including the limited mortgage options in Canada. He also talks about his transition from index investing to a hybrid approach, focusing on dividend-paying stocks in Canada. Dividend Daddy plans to live off his dividend income and contract work, allowing him the flexibility to travel and live life on his own terms. The principal theme of the conversation is Dividend Daddy's plans for his next phase of life, which involve traveling and working remotely. He wants to explore different parts of the world, particularly Europe, South America, and Asia, and spend more time in warm climates. Dividend Daddy is not interested in owning a car and prefers to use public transportation, walk, or cycle. He learned the importance of saving money from his grandfather, who emphasized paying with cash and avoiding debt. Dividend Daddy became a millionaire around the age of 35, but he didn't track his net worth closely. He has recently shifted from index investing to a hybrid approach that includes dividend investing. His advice to younger investors is to start early and keep expenses low. Takeaways *Dividend Daddy has a net worth in the multi-millions, with investments in the stock market and real estate. *He paid off his primary home early due to the limited mortgage options in Canada and the peace of mind it provided. *Dividend Daddy focuses on dividend-paying stocks in Canada, particularly in stable industries like banking and telecommunications. *He plans to live off his dividend income and contract work, allowing him the freedom to travel and live a location-independent lifestyle. Dividend Daddy plans to travel and work remotely in different parts of the world for his next phase of life. *He prefers to use public transportation, walk, or cycle instead of owning a car. *Dividend Daddy became a millionaire around the age of 35, but he didn't track his net worth closely. *He has recently shifted from index investing to a hybrid approach that includes dividend investing. *His advice to younger investors is to start early and keep expenses low.  
4/1/202452 minutes, 45 seconds
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350: Net Worth of $350M+ - "The Power of The Human Isn't What You Can Do With Money But Without It"

Summary In this episode, Chase has a net worth of $350+ million. Most is in private companies. He sold one of his largest ventures for hundreds of millions. He shares his journey in the payments industry and his approach to investments. He discusses his preference for liquidity and his investment strategy, which includes investing in private companies, stocks, and cryptocurrency. Chase also talks about his decision to rent instead of owning real estate and his focus on building and starting new companies. He shares the impact of a life-changing event on his perspective and his mission to change the charitable giving landscape. Chase emphasizes the importance of transparency in charitable giving and his goal to help a billion people through his new company, Wishes.  
3/25/202438 minutes, 54 seconds
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349: Net Worth of $9M - Coupon Cutting While Ascending to Become a Decamillionaire

Summary In this episode, Chris and Jen, a military family with a net worth of over $5 million, discuss their journey to financial success. With their pensions they have a net worth over $9 million. They share how their parents taught them about money and the importance of investing. Their children also talk about their experiences with cash flow and investing. Chris and Jen explain their investment strategies, including buying and holding stocks and diversifying their portfolio. They discuss their favorite stocks and alternative investments, such as real estate and cryptocurrency. The couple also shares their approach to retirement accounts and making investment decisions together. In this conversation, Chris and Jen discuss their financial journey, including their experiences with investing, taking risks, and teaching their children about money. They share their goals for the future, such as starting a consulting business, and discuss the importance of financial literacy and early investing. They also talk about their financial milestones, including becoming millionaires and changing their spending habits. They offer advice for beginners, emphasizing the value of starting early and being resourceful with money. Takeaways *Teaching children about money and investing from a young age can set them up for financial success in the future. *Playing games like Cashflow and Monopoly can help children learn about saving, investing, and real estate. *Starting to invest in the stock market at a young age can lead to long-term wealth accumulation. *Diversifying investments and exploring alternative options, such as real estate and cryptocurrency, can provide additional opportunities for growth. Taking calculated risks and learning from failures is an important part of investing. *Setting clear goals and planning for the future can help guide financial decisions. *Teaching children about investing and involving them in financial discussions can help instill good money habits. *Investing in small businesses and exploring alternative investment opportunities can be part of a diversified portfolio. *Becoming a millionaire requires discipline, hard work, and smart financial choices. *Using credit cards strategically and taking advantage of military benefits can help maximize financial opportunities. *Starting early and being resourceful with money are key factors in building long-term wealth.  
3/18/202451 minutes, 41 seconds
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348: Net Worth of $12.5+M - I Started As a Janitor

Summary Damon has a net worth of $12.5+ million. He is the founder of a successful marketing agency. He shares his journey from starting a car enthusiast website to becoming an entrepreneur. He discusses the importance of taking calculated risks and betting on oneself. Damon also talks about the value of real-world experience and mentorship in entrepreneurship, highlighting the limitations of traditional education. He emphasizes the need for entrepreneurs to find their passion and encourages his employees to pursue their own entrepreneurial goals. Damon shares his approach to asset allocation, including his investments in real estate and whole life insurance. He also discusses the balance between taking cash home and reinvesting in the business. In this conversation, Damon discusses his journey as an entrepreneur and the importance of prioritizing personal health. He shares insights into the benefits of whole life insurance and how it can serve as a retirement account. Damon also talks about the process of rediscovering personal interests and the impact it has on overall well-being. He highlights the unique selling points of his agency, emphasizing the importance of data analysis and documented processes. The conversation concludes with rapid-fire questions about Damon's experiences with money and his advice for aspiring entrepreneurs. Takeaways *Taking calculated risks and betting on oneself can lead to entrepreneurial success. *Real-world experience and mentorship are valuable in entrepreneurship, often surpassing the benefits of traditional education. *Encouraging employees to pursue their entrepreneurial goals can lead to a more loyal and productive team. *Diversifying asset allocation, including investments in real estate and whole life insurance, can contribute to long-term financial stability. Prioritizing personal health is crucial for long-term success and overall well-being. *Whole life insurance can serve as a retirement account and provide multiple benefits, including a death benefit, cash value, and the ability to withdraw funds. *Rediscovering personal interests outside of work and family is essential for personal growth and fulfillment. *Data analysis and documented processes are key factors that set Damon's agency apart from competitors.  
3/11/202448 minutes, 38 seconds
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347: Net Worth of $1+M - A Modern Day Gold Digger Who Lost Over $1 million During Covid

Summary Ben has a net worth of $1+ million. In this episode, Ben shares his background and current ventures, including running a marketing company and investing in mining. He discusses his net worth and asset allocation, highlighting his shift from real estate to business investments. Ben also explains his journey in real estate investing, from renovations to subdivisions and small developments. He shares his transition to business and the importance of return on cash.  Lastly, Ben talks about his unique investment in mines and his future goal of reaching a net worth of $10 million. In this conversation, Ben shares his passion for financial freedom and making an impact. He discusses his goals of achieving $10 million in liquid assets and helping young entrepreneurs through his business, Youth in Business. Benjamin also explores the psychological significance of the $10 million milestone and the importance of measuring impact. He shares his experiences with expensive purchases and the most fun he's had with money. Benjamin reflects on lessons from his childhood and the craziest things he's done to earn money. He discusses how his financial habits have changed since becoming a millionaire and shares a closely held belief that he recently changed. Finally, Benjamin offers advice for beginners, emphasizing the importance of learning to sell and embracing mistakes.   Takeaways *Ben has a diverse background in running a marketing company, investing in real estate, and mining. *He emphasizes the importance of asset allocation and the need to spread investments across different strategies. *Ben shares his journey in real estate investing, from renovations to subdivisions and small developments. *He highlights the significance of return on cash and the potential for higher returns in business investments. Passion for financial freedom and making an impact drives Benjamin Jones. *His goals include achieving $10 million in liquid assets and helping young entrepreneurs through Youth in Business. *The $10 million milestone holds psychological significance as the next logical goal. Measuring impact is important, and Benjamin aims to help 100,000 young entrepreneurs next year. *Benjamin shares experiences with expensive purchases and the most fun he's had with money. Lessons from childhood include the value of hard work and the importance of learning to sell. *Benjamin reflects on the craziest things he's done to earn money and the financial habits he's changed since becoming a millionaire. *He recently changed his closely held belief that more people on a project lead to better results. *Advice for beginners includes learning to sell and embracing mistakes.    
3/4/202440 minutes, 35 seconds
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346: Net Worth of $17M - From Big Macs to Race Tracks: McDonalds with a Honda to Software with a Ferrari

Summary   David has a net worth of $17 million. Most is in his company but he does have over $1 million in real estate, some cars and cash. He shares his journey from being an engineer to becoming financially free through real estate investments and the creation of a software company.    David also talks about his spending habits and the lifestyle changes he made after achieving financial freedom. He shares his decision to leave his job and the challenges he faced in transitioning to entrepreneurship. David emphasizes the importance of buying great real estate deals and managing properties himself. H   e also discusses his plans for the future and managing risk in his investments. In this conversation, David Lecko shares his journey of managing finances, building personal wealth, and making luxury purchases like cars. He discusses his passion for racing and how it has become a meaningful hobby for him. David also talks about how his lifestyle changed over time and the challenges he faced in managing his spending habits. He expresses his love for Austin and the vibrant entrepreneurial community it offers. Finally, he shares advice for beginners, emphasizing the importance of reverse engineering a proven business model.   Takeaways Financial freedom can be achieved by investing in real estate and creating passive income streams. Buying great real estate deals and managing properties yourself can be a successful investment strategy. Transitioning from a W2 job to entrepreneurship requires careful planning and a willingness to take risks. Managing risk in investments can be done by buying properties with good cash flow and focusing on a specific geographic area. Take control of your finances and pay yourself what you deserve for taking the risk to start a business. Find a meaningful hobby that requires you to be fully present and pushes you out of your comfort zone. Be mindful of your spending habits and make conscious decisions about luxury purchases. Build a community of like-minded entrepreneurs who understand and support your journey. Reverse engineer a proven business model to increase your chances of success.
2/26/202454 minutes, 53 seconds
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345: Net Worth of $1.2M - Livin' La Vida Locum Tenen

Summary Sophia is a second generation immigrant. She has a net worth of $1.2 million divided between multiple asset classes. She is a traveling Nurse Practitioner in her mid 30's and has had quite the financial journey.  Takeaways -Traveling for work can bring a lot of financial benefits  -Working in a job you love will help set you up for financial success  Sponsored by: shopify.com/unveiled
2/20/202436 minutes, 32 seconds
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344: Net Worth of $1.2M - Another $1 million wasn't going to change my life

Summary Johnson, a former software engineer, has a net worth of $1.2 million. He has all of his net worth in the market in a few different accounts. He doesn't like the idea of having real estate to manage or a business to manage. He is a nomad and traveling the world at the moment and has been for the last few years. He left over $1 million on the table after leaving his job to travel the world.  Takeaways -Living abroad can stretch your dollar farther  -Work without purpose can get boring and monotonous -Investments have continued to grow at a rate greater than withdrawal
2/12/202440 minutes, 57 seconds
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343: Net Worth of $1.0M+ - A Corporate America Drop Out to Philanthropist

Summary Jerome Myers, a corporate America dropout, has a net worth of $1.0+ million. He has an old 401k and some other market investments but is primarily in real estate now. He shares his journey of leaving his job and starting a successful real estate business. He discusses the challenges and lessons he learned along the way, including the importance of having a stable income and the risks of being too aggressive in real estate. Jerome also shares his goals of reaching a net worth of $10 million and giving back through education and supporting teen moms. He emphasizes the value of creating experiences and spending money on what truly matters, rather than trying to impress others. Overall, Jerome's story is one of perseverance, growth, and the pursuit of work optional lifestyle. Takeaways -Leaving corporate America and starting a real estate business can be a challenging transition, but with proper planning and a stable income, it can lead to success. -Being too aggressive in real estate can be risky, and it's important to have a long-term perspective and the ability to ride out market downturns. -Setting financial goals, such as reaching a net worth of $10 million, can provide motivation and a sense of purpose in building wealth. -Giving back and supporting causes that are important to you can bring fulfillment and make a positive impact on the world. -Spending money on experiences and creating memories with loved ones is often more valuable than material possessions or trying to impress others. Sponsored by:  Shopify www.shopify.com/unveiled for your exclusive deal
2/5/202442 minutes, 36 seconds
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342: Net Worth of $1.3M - I Paid $1,000 For My Worst Meal Ever

Summary Jarrett has a net worth of $1.3 million. He shares his journey to becoming a millionaire while working as a power engineer in the oil industry. He discusses his net worth, which is primarily invested in the stock market and real estate. Jarett also talks about his side ventures in real estate and selling life insurance. He shares his financial goals, including providing financial security for his family and eventually transitioning away from his main job. Jarett emphasizes the importance of hard work, financial education, and reaching out to mentors for guidance. He also highlights the need to start early and not compare oneself to others. Jarret, a millionaire before the age of 30, shares his journey to financial success and offers insights into real estate investments, entrepreneurship, and personal development. Takeaways Hard work and financial education are key to building wealth. Investing in the stock market and real estate can provide significant returns. Having multiple streams of income, such as side ventures, can help increase wealth. Setting financial goals and having a plan is crucial for long-term success. It's important to surround yourself with mentors and seek guidance from experienced individuals. Starting early and being consistent with saving and investing can lead to financial independence. Avoid comparing yourself to others and focus on your own financial journey. Developing a strong financial mindset is crucial for achieving financial success. Real estate investments can be a lucrative avenue for building wealth. Entrepreneurship requires perseverance, adaptability, and a willingness to take risks. Personal development and mindset play a significant role in achieving success in all areas of life.
1/29/202435 minutes, 54 seconds
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341: Net Worth of $3.5M - Former Air Traffic Controller Cashed in His 401k and Risked It All

Summary Shawn DiMartile has a net worth of $3.5 million. All of it is in real estate. He is in his mid 30's. He shares his journey from being an air traffic controller to building a real estate portfolio worth millions. He discusses the importance of liquidity in real estate investing and the decision to liquidate his 401k to invest in real estate. Shawn explains the benefits of real estate investing over traditional retirement accounts and the strategies he used to achieve his first million. He also discusses the challenges and opportunities in the Airbnb market and the impact of regulation on the business model. Overall, Shawn emphasizes the importance of education, partnerships, and creativity in real estate investing. In this conversation, Shawn DiMartile shares his experience with property management and automation, rapid-fire questions, lessons from childhood, early jobs and money, changing beliefs and future goals, financial habits as a millionaire, and advice for beginners. Takeaways *Real estate investing can provide greater cash flow and wealth-building opportunities compared to traditional retirement accounts. *Having liquidity is crucial in real estate investing, both for meeting bank requirements and for handling unexpected expenses. *Partnering with experienced investors and mentors can provide valuable guidance and increase confidence in real estate investing. *Investing in properties outside of high-cost areas like California can offer better returns and growth opportunities. *The Airbnb market is becoming more competitive, and success requires investing in unique properties and providing exceptional amenities. *Regulation can impact the Airbnb business model, and investors need to stay informed and adapt to changing regulations. Automating systems can help manage properties efficiently and reduce the need for property managers. *Having a strong work ethic can contribute to success in real estate investing. *Frugality and delayed gratification can lead to long-term financial goals. *Real estate investing takes time, patience, and learning from mistakes. *Consistency and proven methods can lead to results in investing.   Connect with Shawn on Instagram (@shawn_dimartile) Sponsored by:  Shopify Visit shopify.com/unveiled for your exclusive $1 per month trial period
1/22/202457 minutes, 22 seconds
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340: Net Worth of $1.8M - I didn't start until I was 40

Summary Brian, an enterprise sales professional, shares his journey to building a net worth of $1.8 million. He discusses his investment allocation, which includes retirement accounts, brokerage accounts, syndications, and startup companies. Brian emphasizes the importance of diversification and the benefits of investing in alternative assets. He also talks about his late start to investing and the lessons he learned along the way.   Brian shares his financial goals, including his plan to retire at 55 with a net worth of $4 million. He discusses his strategy for Roth conversions and the importance of teaching kids about building wealth. The conversation concludes with rapid-fire questions about Brian's experiences with money. In this conversation, Brian discusses the importance of valuing experiences over material possessions. He emphasizes the joy and memories that come from traveling and spending time with family.   Brian also shares a change in his belief about spending money, realizing the importance of enjoying life now rather than waiting for the future. He talks about his financial habits, including being cautious about his finances and checking them frequently. Finally, Brian offers advice for beginners, encouraging them to keep their financial plans simple, invest consistently, and avoid making frequent changes.   Takeaways Focus on experiences and travel, as they create lasting memories and joy. Reevaluate beliefs about spending money and consider enjoying life now rather than waiting for the future. Be cautious about finances and check them regularly to protect against fraud or unexpected events. For beginners, keep financial plans simple, invest consistently, and avoid frequent changes.
1/16/202447 minutes, 59 seconds
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339: Net Worth of $51M - The Sequel

Summary   Carlos - The Sequel shares his journey as a serial entrepreneur and his transition to real estate and commercial properties. He discusses the mindset shifts required to scale from six figures to seven figures and beyond. Carlos emphasizes the importance of continuous learning and investing in oneself. He also talks about the significance of giving back and teaching kids about money. Carlos shares his strategies for living below his means and splurging on experiences rather than material possessions. He invites listeners to join his weekly Zoom sessions and connect with him on social media.  
1/12/202447 minutes, 30 seconds
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338: Net Worth of $51M - Money Loves Speed: I Started With A Magazine Publication in Ecuador

Summary   Carlos has a net worth of $51 million. He shares his journey from starting businesses to building a large real estate portfolio. He discusses his transition from business to real estate and the impact it has had on his net worth. Carlos emphasizes the importance of problem-solving skills and finding solutions to create successful businesses. He also highlights the role of asset managers in managing properties in different states. Additionally, Carlos shares his experience of starting a mountain biking magazine at a young age.   Takeaways Transitioning from business to real estate can provide significant opportunities for growth in net worth. Problem-solving skills and finding solutions are crucial for building successful businesses. Asset managers play a vital role in managing properties in different states. Starting a business that solves a problem can lead to success and growth. Diversifying investments and leveraging other people's money can accelerate wealth creation. Sponsored by Shopify www.shopify.com/unveiled 
1/8/20241 hour, 1 minute, 16 seconds
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337: Net Worth of $2.1M - The short term sacrifices were worth it

Summary Rayne DuPaul shares her journey of house hacking and building a net worth of $2.1 million through real estate investments. She started by purchasing two-family homes and living in one unit while renting out the other. Over time, she acquired more properties and used the cash flow from rentals to cover most of her living expenses. Rayne emphasizes the importance of living below your means and being money-conscious. She also discusses her plans for the future, including potential vacation home purchases and continued investment in retirement accounts. Rayne shares her strategies for teaching her children about finances and the value of a dollar. Takeaways House hacking can be a great way to start building wealth through real estate investments. Living below your means and being money-conscious are key to financial success. Diversifying investments and taking calculated risks can lead to long-term growth. Teaching children about finances from a young age can set them up for financial success in the future.
1/2/202435 minutes, 53 seconds
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336: Millionaires Unveiled Year in Review

2023 in Review Jace and Stacey break down lessons learned in a year in review, personal changes to their investment strategy and overall wrap up of a few main data points from the show in general.   
12/29/202344 minutes, 4 seconds
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335: Net Worth of $5.0M - Former College Football Player/Coach & Teacher Turn Pro in Something Else

Chad is in his early 40's. His wife is as well.  They have a net worth of $5.0 million. About 85% is in real estate across nearly 100 units owned with a partner. Carrie is a teacher. They have taken some extended travel or rather lived in other countries as a result of their portfolio. 
12/26/202349 minutes, 31 seconds
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334: Net Worth of $1.0M - I lived Credit Card Statement to Credit Card Statement

Summary In this episode, Frank shares his journey to becoming a millionaire and paying off his house. His net worth is $1.0 million. He has a chunk in retirement accounts invested in the market, a paid for house worth several hundred grand and the rest is in cash and other small investments. He discusses the importance of hard work and changing financial habits. Frank also talks about teaching his children about finances and his plans for the future. He shares his thoughts on mortgages and home ownership, as well as leaving an inheritance. Frank offers advice for beginners, emphasizing the importance of starting early and educating oneself about personal finance. Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Background 06:12 Paying Off the House 11:27 Financial Journey and Lessons Learned 15:10 Meeting spouse and working through money conversations 20:47 Alternative Investments  23:47 Thoughts on Mortgages and Home Ownership 25:20 Leaving an Inheritance 30:14 Immediate Goals and Next Steps 32:25 Rapid Fire Questions 37:50 Advice for Beginners
12/18/202340 minutes
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333: Net Worth of $16.9M - I Never Thought I'd Be Where I Am Today

Mike has a net worth of $16.9 million. He is in his early 70's. Most is in the market at this point, but that is only as of recent. He has a couple pieces of real estate for personal use. Mike has been a business owner and entrepreneur most of his life.    Sponsored by:  www.Masterclass.com/Unveiled
12/11/202346 minutes, 20 seconds
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332: Net Worth of $1.0M - From Bankrupt to Millionaire

Jeff has a net worth of $1.0 million spread across retirement accounts, real estate and other investments. He is in his mid 40's.    www.shopify.com/unveleiled
12/4/20231 hour, 30 seconds
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331: Net Worth of 670k - I Couldn't Afford a $400 Emergency

Jeff is in his early 40's. He has a net worth of 670k spread across retirement and market investments and real estate. This episode was recorded in the summer of 2021 and Jeff's millionaire episode will air right after this one. He achieved millionaire status 2 years earlier than planned. He works for the government and has a military background. 
11/30/202336 minutes, 11 seconds
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330: Net Worth of $19M - From Tennis Coach & Instacart Driver to Real Estate Mogul

Farris is in his late 20's and has a net worth of $19 million. Most is in real estate with a little in cash and a few other invesmtments. He is a former tennis player and coach turned real estate investor who owns over 700 units. He drives a Kia that has 85k miles on it. 
11/27/202336 minutes, 36 seconds
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329: Net Worth of $2.3M - I Drive a Rolls Royce, Party with Drake & Dream of Flying Private

Lucas has a net worth of $2.3 million. He is in his early 30's. He has 500k+ in Crypto, several hundred grand in the market and quite a few real estate investments as well. He works as a real estate agent and his parents immigrated from Brazil. He drives a Rolls Royce and a Range Rover. He has spent tens of thousands on clubs and parties and dreams of flying private one day.    Sponsored by: www.masterclass.com/unveiled
11/20/202343 minutes, 50 seconds
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328: Happy Anniversary - A short rundown of 6 epic years

Jace and Stacey discuss a little bit about the last 6 years, lessons learned, favorite epsidoes, etc. 
11/17/202331 minutes, 25 seconds
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327: Net Worth of $2.5M - Pest Control Sales, Real Estate & Angel Investing

Parker has a net worth between $2 and $3 million. A majority is in real estate. He also has some equity in his pest control business and has made some angel investments. He is in his early 30's and became a millionaire in his 20's. 
11/13/202350 minutes, 40 seconds
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326: Net Worth of $2.2M - Former All-American Athlete Turned Smooth Tech Salesman

Troy has a current net worth of $2.2 million. He is in his early 30's. He became a millionaire at 28. He works in tech sales and has worked for some of the largetst tech companies in the world. He has some business equity, assets in retirement accounts and a few others which we discuss. 
11/6/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 34 seconds
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325: 18 Summers - A Quick Deep Dive

Jace and Stacey take a quick deep dive into 18 Summers. The framework, why it works and how millionaires apply it. 
11/3/202316 minutes, 41 seconds
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324: Net Worth of $1.0M+ - Over 40k per Month in Passive Income + 18 Summers

Jim has a net worth over $1.0 Million. Nearly all of it is in real estate and real estate related businesses. He is an accomplished entrepreneur and also runs 18 Summers. He has 5 children and lives on the East Coast. We discuss his major move from the West Coast that propelled his journey, how much he saved in taxes by moving and many other great topics. 
10/30/202335 minutes, 37 seconds
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323: Net Worth of $800K - From YNP to Teaching Special Ed and Practicing Law

Jesse and Ellie have a net worth of 800k. Jesse worked for the National Park Service before pursuing a career as a Special Ed Teacher. Ellie is a lawyer in the military. 
10/26/202347 minutes, 32 seconds
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322: Net Worth of $1.1M - Librarian + Two Way Radio Tech Repairman

Ryan and Allie have a net worth of $1.1 million. A little less than half is in retirement accounts, another chunk is in rental real estate, 100k in home equity and the rest is in cash and some other investments. Ryan was in the Marines before he moved into working at the local utility company. Allie is a Librarian. 
10/23/202350 minutes, 56 seconds
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321: Net Worth of 890k - Slow and Steady: No One Would Know I have Thousands in Cash

Sarah has a net worth just shy of 900k. Half of it is in cash with the rest in retirement accounts and home equity. She is single and works in analytics and lives a pretty modest lifestyle. 
10/20/202328 minutes, 46 seconds
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320: Net Worth of $12M - Prison, Trauma, a Tony Robbins book and a Road Trip: A story of Redemption and Self Discovery

Charles has a net worth of $12 million. He once was worth around $20 million but has since lost 40% of his net worth due to Covid and the rise in interest rates. Charles grew up in a rough neighborhood and got involved in the wrong crowd. He ended up in jail and that's where he found several mentors that helped him get back on a better path after he was released. 
10/16/202355 minutes, 27 seconds
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319: Net Worth of 980K - Trust the Process: Becoming a Millionaire Once and Soon to be Twice

Tim has a current net worth of 980k. Most of it is in real estate. He was worth $1.2 million at one time but then lost some with the fluctuations in the market and real estate values. He was in the military but now works for a non-profit. 
10/12/202341 minutes, 46 seconds
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318: Net Worth of $5.0M - Yale Dropout to Venture Investing to Military to...

Casey has a current net worth of $5.0 million. About 1/3 is in retirement accounts, 1/3 is in a pension and 1/3 is in a Charitable Trust. She is single and hasn't ever been married or have any kids. She has worked in all sorts of different industries and lives a pretty simple life. She started her post high school education at Yale before dropping out and ended up finishing in Colorado before entering the finance world as a VC. She had a stop in the military before working in many other areas. 
10/9/202351 minutes, 46 seconds
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317: Surprise: A Two for One Special - What do kids really cost?

What do kids really cost amid this inflationary environment? 
10/5/202312 minutes, 12 seconds
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316: Net Worth of $5.0M+ - From Ferrari Drivin' & Dave Ramsey Hatin' to Debt Free & Driving 20 yr. old beater

Bryan has a net worth of $5.0+ million. He sold his first company in the lawn care space and has been bootstrapping a tech company since. He has several single family rentals and a paid for house. He once lived in a 7,000 sq foot house and drove a Ferarri all before he was even 30 years old.    Sponsors: Delete Me: get 20% off by going to joindeleteme.com/mu20 Shopify: Shopfiy.com/unveiled
10/2/20231 hour, 3 minutes, 55 seconds
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315: Net Worth of $1.5M - Stocks are for Eating Well and Bonds are for Sleeping Well.

Bobby has a net worth of $1.5 million. He lives in a high cost of living area and he and his wife are DINKWADS which means they are double income no kids with dogs-two to be exact. He is in his early 30's and works in compliance in the financial industry.    Today's Sponsor www.deleteme.com/MU20
9/25/202343 minutes, 24 seconds
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314: Franco Follow Up: Invest In What You Know

Follow Up to Franco's strategy to invest in what you know, but how do you learn to know? We take a deeper dive into this advice. 
9/21/202312 minutes, 41 seconds
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313: Net Worth of $4.0M - Fulfillment is the Most Underrated Compensation

Franco has a current net worth of $4.0 million. He has most of net worth in real estate. 80% is in mobile home investments via his business. Almost 20% is in some single family home investements and then a little in cash and other personal items. 
9/18/202334 minutes, 26 seconds
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312: I Felt Like the Hot Chick at Prom: A Raw Conversation on Selling to Private Equity

Part 2 with Chad on selling his company to Private Equity. 
9/14/202357 minutes, 11 seconds
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311: Net Worth of $10M - From Vending Machines to Selling my Business to Private Equity

Chad has a net worth of $10 million. About $1 million is still equity in the firm that bought his business, another $1 million in his boat that he is sailing around on, another $1 million is in his primary residence and the rest is invested in the market between retirement accounts and a brokerage account along with some cash. He is in his early 50's. He started a business in the late 90's and recently sold it and is now retired.    Patriot Day-Please Remember those who lost their lives on September 11. 
9/11/202350 minutes, 2 seconds
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310: Net Worth of $3.5M - Electrical Engineer: "How do I even start?"

Nora has a current net worth of $3.5 million. She is married with no kids and works as an Electrical Engineer. She is in her late 30's. She has 8% in cash, 17% in her tax advantaged, 31% in a taxable, 39% in real estate and then less than 2% in alternatives and the rest amongst some other small asset classes. 
9/5/202348 minutes, 25 seconds
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309: Net Worth of $1.0M - I Grew Up Poor - How I went from a Scarcity Mindset to One of Abundance

Martin has a current net worth of $1.0 Million. He is in his mid 30's and married but no kids. He is a former engineer who recently left his job to retire and pursue entrepreneurial endeavors. Most of his net worth is in real estate, but he does have some in the market as well. He grew up poor and went through a major mindset shift over time to get to where he is today. 
8/28/202335 minutes, 1 second
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308: Net Worth of $2.0M - A Physician on Sabbatical: You Must Have a Compelling Why

Dr. Latifat is in her late 30's. Her net worth is $2.0 Million split between real estate and various investments in the stock market. Currently she and her family are on a sabbatical. She is a GI Doctor.
8/21/202354 minutes, 56 seconds
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307: Net Worth of $1.7M - Inside the mind of a 29 year old Real Estate Enthusiast and Stock Market Aficianado

Jeremy has a current net worth of $1.7 million. 80% is in real estate among several units and the other 20% is in the stock market. Jeremy started as a financial analyst but transitioned to real estate full time pretty quickly and even became a licensed real estate agent. He is 29 years old and has house hacked his way to many of the units he owns. 
8/14/202356 minutes, 45 seconds
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306: Net Worth of $3.1M - We're selling our 92k Range Rover

Matt has a current net worth of $3.1 million. About 1/3 is in real estate, 1/3 in tax advantaged retirement accounts and 1/3 in a brokerage. Matt is in the Navy and is in his late 30's. We discuss his 3 major goals related to his financial life, his journey to learning about finances and receiving an inheritance. 
8/7/202350 minutes, 32 seconds
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305: Net Worth of $8.2M - Making $2 million in 2 Days

Xerxes has a current net worth of $8.2 million. He is in his mid 50's and is retired but still actively manages his portofilio. Prior to retiring he worked mainly in sales but held other jobs and positions as well. He has a little over $2 million in real estate between a personal home, vacation property and a commerical building. $5+ million is in his Traditional IRA, 450k in his Roth and the rest spread amongst several investements and a little bit of cash. 
7/31/202347 minutes, 23 seconds
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304: Net Worth of $1.65M - Play Big to Win Big

Meredith is in her early 30's and she is single and ready to mingle. She has a net worth of $1.65 million spread across all sorts of asset classes. About 1/3 is in an IPO stock. She works in Sales now, but used to be a teacher and did all sorts of other jobs. 
7/24/202349 minutes, 26 seconds
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303: Net Worth of $1.5M - I'm a Garbageman

Jeff has a net worth of $1.5 million. He is 48 and been a garbage man for 21 years. Before that he had multiple different positions and jobs. He started at making $4 per hour. He has a pension at 250k, 700k rental property equity across 5 properties, 300k equity in his primary residence, 230k in a brokerage and 90k in cash. 
7/17/202348 minutes, 46 seconds
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302: Net Worth of $4.0M - From Immigrant to Tech Engineer to Real Estate Entrepreneurship

Or has a current net worth of $4.0 Million. Most of this is in real estate. He has several single family homes and an Airbnb on his personal property. He is in his late 30's. He is an immigrant who worked in tech as an engineer before venturing into real estate. 
7/10/202343 minutes, 18 seconds
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301: Net Worth of $1.0M - I left Corporate America to travel the World

Brian has a current net worth of just over $1.0 million. He is in his late 20's and currently runs his own business. He has about 400k in real estate equity, just over 100k in cash and just over 100k in retirement accounts and crypto with another 400k in his business. He used to be in sales and traded that job in for traveling the world before going full time on his business. 
7/3/202352 minutes, 59 seconds
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300: Net Worth of $1.0M+ - Former Float Driver & Nurse: Jace's Parents Share Their Story

Jeff and Dawn (Jace's Parents) have a current Net Worth of $1.0+ million. They are in their early 60's and late 50's. 25% is in real estate, 60% is in retirement and other market investments and the remainder in cash and personal items.  
6/26/20231 hour, 37 minutes, 34 seconds
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299: Net Worth of $4.0M - How to Stack: The Journey from Millionaire to Multimillionaire

Max has a current net worth between $3-$5 million. We averaged for $4 in the title. He first appeared on the show a few years ago on episode 172. We get into the recent journey he has taken to go from $1 million just a couple of years ago to over $3 million today and what drives him now. 
6/20/202330 minutes, 2 seconds
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298: Net Worth of $1.0M - "I started my Roth IRA in High School"

Jordan has a net worth around $1.0 million. He is in his early 30's. Just over half of his net worth is invested in the market among various retirement accounts and non-retirement accounts. He has a little home equity, some crypto and the rest in high business. He is a former teacher turned professional window washer. 
6/12/202345 minutes, 48 seconds
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297: Net Worth of $1.2M - No Debt, No Credit Cards + Paid for House

Eric has a net worth of $1.2 million. He is in his 30's and in the Military and speaks several languages. He has a paid for house of 540k, Roth Accounts around 290k, Traditional Accounts around 60k some cash and precious metals/jewelry that make up the rest. He doesn't have a credit card. 
6/5/202353 minutes, 53 seconds
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296: Net Worth of $3.5M - "Marry Well" + W-2 to the MOON

Kevin has a net worth of $3.5 million. He is in his early 50's and works in corporate America his whole career in the Consumer Packaged Goods Industry. His house is paid off and worth about 850k. He has ~$1.2 million IRA, 450k in a 401k and another 400k in a brokerage account, 50k in cash and 70k in an IRA BDA, 200k in 529's, 250k sports card collection plus a few other assets.    Sponsor: OneSkin Get 15% off OneSkin with the code MILLIONAIRE at https://www.oneskin.co/  #oneskinpod
5/30/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 58 seconds
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295: Net Worth of $1.7M - CPAs enjoying a mini retirement on a beach in Hawaii

Joe and Ashley have a net worth of $1.7 million. Half is in real estate which includes a paid for house, 25% in retirement and 25% in other investments. What started as a pipe dream is reality now as they have been living in Hawaii for the past couple of years. Joe is taking a mini retirement after working as an accountant in Private Equity Administration. Ashley still works in Private Equity Administration as an accountant.   
5/22/202347 minutes, 47 seconds
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294: Net Worth of $3.7M - "Don’t try that but it worked for me"

Stu has a current net worth of $3.7 million. He is in his early 40's and works as a firefighter and his wife is a nurse. 29k TFSA 25k Education Savings Account. Pension 200k Wife Pension 60k Cash 45k. Real Estate equity $3.36 million.    Sponsor: OneSkin Get 15% off OneSkin with the code MILLIONAIRE at https://www.oneskin.co/  #oneskinpod
5/15/202350 minutes, 34 seconds
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293: Net Worth of $3.5M - Retired Firefighter

Robert is in his early 50's and has a current net worth of around $3.5 million. He has $2.1 million outside of his pension. 400k of that is a paid for house and the rest is across other assets in retirement accounts and a few other investments. His pension may be worth anywhere between 600k to $2.0 million so his range of net worth could be ~$2.8 to $4.1 million. He is a retired firefighter and worked in that field for 23 years. Prior to that he had what many would consider a traditional corporate career. He and his wife have never had kids. 
5/8/202340 minutes, 21 seconds
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292: Net Worth of $10M - I Sold all My Real Estate and Wrote a Book

Doc G has a current net worth around $10 million. This is all in the stock market now and his primary residence. He sold all of his real estate in the past couple of years and wrote a book. We discuss his journey into retirement from being a full time physician and what his life and outlook is like now.    Sponsored by www.stamps.com/millionaire
5/1/202346 minutes, 46 seconds
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291: Net Worth of $5.6M - Former Nurse Practitioner with 2 Business Exits

Nicole has a current net worth of $5.6 million. She is in her early 40's and is a former nurse practitioner and business owner with 2 exits under her belt. We discuss her journey into business ownership, how she scaled each business and eventually sold them and what she's up to now. She has $1.2 million in a retirement accounts, $1.5 million in a brokerage account, 500k in cash, a paid for rental $1.2 million and $1 million in home equity. 529's and a few other things.  www.hellofresh.com/millionaire50  
4/24/202351 minutes, 21 seconds
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290: Net Worth of $1.5M - Every Millionaire has a Closet Investment

Emily has a current net worth around $1.5 million. About $1 million is in a taxable brokerage account. The remainder is in her retirement accounts and cash. She does not own a car or a house. She is in her late 20's and works as a consultant. She graduated debt free and had her employer cover her MBA. We have a great discussion on her frugality and how her childhood played a major factor in that and her education. 
4/17/202337 minutes, 50 seconds
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289: Net Worth of $1.0M - "Think about the future, but live in the now"

Kyle has a current net worth of $1.0 million. This is split between his primary residence, cash, retirement accounts and his business. He is in his late 20's and owns his own heavy equipment business. He is a hobby pilot and loves everything and anything that flies. We discuss his desire to buy an airplane, his mindset on thinking about the future but living today as well as his journey through several odd jobs when he was first starting out. 
4/10/202348 minutes, 44 seconds
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288: Net Worth of $10M+ - You Are the Sum of Your Experiences

Lane has a net worth north of $10 million. 90% of it is in real estate. He is in his late 30's He started his career as a civil/industrial engineer and then started buying rental properties in 2009. By 2015 he had 11 units while maintaining his engineering career. He started investing in syndications then became a sponsor himself and now has been a part of over $2 Billion worth of real estate. 
4/3/202351 minutes, 36 seconds
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287: Net Worth of $1.0M - "As I progressed, the way I viewed myself had to change"

Rachel has a net worth of $1.0 Million. She has two children with another on the way and works in accounting/finance. 60% is in investments and 40% is in home equity. She has a few stocks she does play with but a majority are in index funds. We discuss her mindset changes of the years, how her upbrining played a part in her journey and various other great topics.  www.stamps.com/millionaire
3/27/202337 minutes, 41 seconds
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286: Net Worth of $29.5M - Distribution Magnate & Business Exit to Real Estate Investor

James has a current net worth of $29.5 million. 90% of it is in real estate comprised of almost 50 single family homes and a few commercial properties. The rest is in his 401k and cash. James is in his mid 60's and is semi-retired. We discuss all the odd jobs he had until he started his business in his 30's to the growth and eventual exit he had when he sold it to a long term employee.    www.findlaw.com
3/20/202351 minutes, 25 seconds
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285: Net Worth of $1.7M - "I drive a Mercedes, wear Louboutins and ate steak for $600"

Michelle has a net worth of $1.7 million mostly in real estate investments with a bit in the market. She currently has 13 doors and one syndication. She is in her early 30's. She is a realtor, a gardener and enjoys pole dancing. Her husband is a stay at home dad after being in the military for several years.
3/13/202345 minutes
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284: Net Worth of $7.2M - IRS Tax Audit, Generational Wealth & Real Estate with a Retired Banker & Salesman,

Roger is a former banker, saleman and stay at home dad. He is in his late 60's. Most of his wealth has come since he was in his late 50's until now. He has a current net worth of $7.2 million.  ~25% is in Notes.   ~75% in equity in Real Estate.  35k monthly income with ~23k a month from real estate and ~12k from notes He also has 25k cash, 25k in T bills, 46k in a HSA.  We discuss IRS tax audit, his unique approach to renting to tenants and generational wealth amongst other topics. www.shopify.com/unveiled 
3/6/202348 minutes, 10 seconds
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283: Net Worth of $3.1M - Celebrity Artist + The Art of Business

Lauren has a current net worth is $3.1 million. She's in her 50's and works in the Art industry with her husband and invests in Real Estate.  She has 135k in cash, a Roth with 320k, 350k in a 401k, a HSA with 38k, a 529 with 104k, 600k in a self storage facility investment, just over 600k in equity in short term rentals, 350k in vacant land, just over 500k equity in a primary residence, and 50k car wash development fund. Some of the real estate syndications and a note are inside their Roth IRAs. Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at https://www.stamps.com/MILLIONAIRE. Thanks to Stamps.com for sponsoring the show!
2/27/202337 minutes, 32 seconds
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282: Net Worth of $2.0M+ - New Co-Host & Entrepreneur

Brad has a current net worth of $2.0+ million and is the new co-host of the podcast. He owns an advertising company but has done all sorts of things from selling time shares, working at Best Buy. He went to law school but never practiced law. He also played golf in college. At 28, he had 500k in school loans and had a big hole to dig out of. Today he has 200k savings, 800k in the market split 50/50 in stocks and mutual funds and index funds and $1 million in real estate between his primary residence and some Airbnbs.  www.findlaw.com
2/20/202358 minutes, 48 seconds
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281: Net Worth of $1.3M - "Be Content with the Journey"

Danielle has a current net worth is $1.3 million. She is in her early 30's and works in public accounting. Her husband is former military and currently stays home with their children.  *710k in retirement accounts between a 401k & Roth *170k in equity in her primary residence *250k taxable brokerage *HSA of 10k *529 of 123k *55k cash www.shopify.com/unveiled
2/13/202347 minutes, 18 seconds
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280: Net Worth of $1.1M - The King of the Mega Back Door Roth IRA

This week we have Kristopher. He is in his early 30's. He has a net worth of $1.1 million.  He is a Senior Software Engineer. He has 160k cash, 17k in a 529 account, 930k in equity investments, 30k is in his HSA, 290k traditional, 375k roth, 235k brokerage. He also has some unvested RSUs valued at 740k. 
2/6/202341 minutes, 56 seconds
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279: Net Worth of $2.0M - "I don't own a home or a car and I don't invest in the stock market"

Jerry is in his early 30's and has a net worth of $2 million. He invests mainly in alternative asset classes like real estate notes, gold/silver, ect. He used to be a traditional financial advisor but now runs his own business in the financial advisory space and does not own a home or a car and prefers to rent and use Uber.   
1/30/202337 minutes, 8 seconds
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278: Net Worth of $8.0M - From $267 to an 8 Figure Exit in 32 Months

Dom has a current net worth of $8.0 million. He is in his mid 30's and is a returning guest. He was on episode 80 in 2019 when his net worth was $1.1 million. He left his c-suite job and started a business and we discuss this process and scaling it quickly and selling a significant portio of it in under 3 years. 
1/23/202344 minutes, 45 seconds
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277: Net Worth of $1.1M - From Law Enforcement to Realtor & Investor

This week we have Matt. He is a realtor after being in law enforcement for much of his career. He has a net worth of $1.1 million of which 400k is in his brokerage, 120k cash, 600k Real Estate Equity between rentals and primary residence. 
1/16/202341 minutes, 23 seconds
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276: Net Worth of $10M - Business Owner & Private Wealth Advisor

Rocco is 48 years old and is a business owner and private wealth advisor. His net worth is over $10 million divided up between business equity, public equities, real estate and a few other asset classes. www.shopify.com/unveiled
1/9/202334 minutes, 27 seconds
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275: Net Worth of $1.0M - Have a plan but you must execute that plan - I didn't have one until my mid 40's

Saul is in his late 40's and works as an IT consultant. He is a newly minted millionaire with a net worth at $1.0 million. He has 412k in retirement between a 401k and IRA. 34k in cash, 227k in home equity, 329k in brokerage. He didn't have much a plan until his mid 40's and lived paycheck to paycheck while keeping up with the Jones for much of his early adult life. 
1/3/202332 minutes, 20 seconds
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274: Net Worth of $1.3M - "We didn't do anything lavish other than buy a Mercedes"

Brian is in his late 30’s with 3 kids. He is in Sales after orgininally becoming a Chiropractor. He has a net worth of $1.3 million with 470k in retirement, 350k in real estastate, 180k in primary residence, 20k in some 529’s, just shy of 200k in a brokerage and some cash. 
12/27/202241 minutes, 8 seconds
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273: Net Worth of $3.6M - Single, Female Engineer

Ann is in her mid 50’s. Her net worth is $3.6 million. She is single and an engineer. She has 350k in a primary residence that is paid for, a 401k with 153k, $3.1 mil in a brokerage with 45% in IRAs, 12k HSA, the rest in cash. We have a phenomenal conversation with Ann about her career and how to navigate in it in a male dominated profession. We discuss her journey and various plans that did and didn't work out.  
12/19/202241 minutes, 47 seconds
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272: Net Worth of $2.8M - Music Store Owner

David is a music store owner and has a net worth of $2.8 million. 270k cash, 20k in investments, 520k primary residence, 70k rental, 230k retirement, $1.6 million in the business. He grew up in a low to middle class home and never learned to handle money. He thought if he could afford payments, he could buy it.
12/12/202234 minutes, 45 seconds
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271: Net Worth of $1.4M - There is a PRICE for Comfort and Complacency

Paul lives in the northeast and is 40. He has a net worth of $1.4 million. 825k in 401k, Brokerage Account around 200k, Roth IRA 180k, HSA 8k, Crypto 5k, 100k Home Equity and 75k cash. We discuss his journey from losing his job to changing his frame of mind around employment and advocating for himself. 
12/5/202235 minutes, 41 seconds
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270: Net Worth of $2.0M+ - From Corporate America to Franchise Ownership & Consulting

Jon has a current net worth of $2.0+ million. He is in his early 40's and is a former corporate executive turned Franchise Investor and Consultant. We discuss making a career switch and why he likes non-food franchises. We also get into the mindset around taking out a mortgage after having a paid off house and donor advised funds for charitable giving. 
11/28/202241 minutes, 41 seconds
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269: Net Worth of $1.1M - Double Minority Persists Through Many Challenges

JJ has a net worth of $1.1 million about half of which is in retirement accounts. He has about 300k in a brokerage and another 300k in equity in rental real estate. He has a technology background but is currently working in the private sector and manages his real estate. 
11/21/202244 minutes, 31 seconds
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268: Net Worth of $1.35M - Six figures in debt to millionaire in 5 years

Jennifer has a net worth of $1.35M. She has 800k in 401ks, 250k of that in Roth, a brokerage account around 230k, 30k in HSA, a little over 100k in cash. She is 38, married with no kids and lives in the Northeast. She works in HR and has lived all over the country and all over of the world.  
11/14/202241 minutes, 25 seconds
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267: Net Worth of $2.6M - Started at 18 putting 50 cents per hour in my 401k

Brandon has a net worth of $2.6M. He has 900k in rental equity, 380k in primary residence, $1.2 mil 401k 260k of that is in Roth. He is in his early 40's. He is an electrician and also does motivational speaking after having a workplace accident. 
11/7/202249 minutes, 26 seconds
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266: Net Worth of $1.0M -"You've got to hit that one out of the park. Your spouse/partner has to be the right fit."

Bradley has a net worth of $1.0M. He is pretty diversified between market investments, retirement accounts and real estate. He is a buy and hold type of guy. We discuss his journey from paying off debt to learning how to invest to what to do when your employer doesn’t have the investment options you would prefer. We have a great discussion on the selection of a spouse or partner. 
10/31/202239 minutes, 20 seconds
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265: Net Worth of $2.5M - Crypto & Real Estate

Ty & Chloe have a net worth of $2.5M. They are in their early 30's and are engaged. They have major crytop holdings and have been investing in crypto for quite a while. They both bought their first pieces of real in their 20's and have accumulated a nice chunk alongside their crypto. 
10/24/202247 minutes, 9 seconds
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264: Net Worth of $3.0M - Oil & Gas Operations Manager

Tyson has a net worth of $3.0M. He is 51 and works as an Oil & Gas Operations Manager. He has a paid for house worth ~150k, ~450k in company stock and the rest in various market invesments and tax advantaged accounts. 
10/17/202235 minutes, 29 seconds
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263: Net Worth of $1.9M - From Teaching to Famous Voice Over Artist

Justin has a net worth of $1.9M. He took various teaching jobs before finding a career as a famous voice over artist. He is a jack of all trades and we discuss his journey to get to where he is today both professionally and financially. 
10/10/202239 minutes, 12 seconds
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262: Net Worth of $1.0M - Attorney turned Navy Pilot

Joe has a current net worth of $1.0 million. He is in his early 30's and is a former attorney turned Navy Pilot. We discuss making a career switch, the life of a Navy Pilot and how plans change and evolve and how to adapt to a changing market environment.  Sponsored by www.chime.com/millionaire
10/3/202255 minutes, 3 seconds
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261: Net Worth of $1.1M - Generational Wealth & Berkshire Hathaway Meetings

Jeff has a current net worth of $1.1 million. Half is in retirement accounts and he has zero debt except his mortgage. He is in his mid 40's and works as a Community College Administrator. He has attended several Berkshire Hathaway meetings as an investor and started his Roth IRA a year after they were available. 
9/26/202250 minutes, 12 seconds
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260: Net Worth of $1.3M - My goal is to own a Ferrari or Lamborghini

Tyson has a current net worth of $1.3M. He lives in Austrailia and works as an electrician for the government. His wife works in retail. He became a millionaire in his late 20's and is now in his mid 30's. We have a great discussion on getting on the same page with his wife, his desire to own a supercar and the journey to $10 million or 200k in passive income for him. 
9/19/202234 minutes, 26 seconds
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259: Net Worth of $1.1M - Took a mortgage out after paying off his house

Vlad has a current net worth of $1.1M. Vlad is a immigrant and has worked very hard to get to where he is. He has a remarkable story that you do not want to miss. We talk about all sorts of topics but one unique thing is Vlad chooses not to pay off his mortgage. In fact, he took a mortgage out on his new house after paying off he previous house. 
9/12/202237 minutes, 41 seconds
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258: Net Worth of $4.2M - Millionaire Update: Don't die with too much

Sam has a current net worth of $4.2M. He appeared on episode 128 and had a net worth around $3.0M at the time. He is back on the show talking about purpose and responsibly building wealth while making sure you don't die with too much.    https://www.financialsamurai.com/btnt/ 
9/9/202229 minutes, 5 seconds
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257: Net Worth of $2.7M - Millionaire Update: Expand and Grow Yourself

Michael has a current net worth of $2.7M. He appeared on episode 18 and had a net worth around $2.1M at the time. He is back on the show having FIREd more or less. We have a great conversation on continuing to grow and expand yourself once you hit some of your initial goals not only financially but in all aspects of life. 
9/8/202220 minutes, 58 seconds
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256: Net Worth of $1.0M - Millionaire Update: Know your strengths and weaknesses

Donald has a current net worth of $1.0M. He appeared on episode 95 and had a net worth around 630k at the time. He is back on the show as a millionaire and tell how he did it, any changes he made and advice for others. We have a great conversation on sticking to a plan that you can execute.  
9/7/202225 minutes, 52 seconds
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255: Net Worth of $1.0M - Millionaire Update: Michael Returns

Michael has a current net worth of $1.0M. He appeared on episode 129 and had a net worth around 700k at the time. He is back on the show as a millionaire and tell how he did it, any changes he made and advice for others. We have a great conversation about health and how that plays a factor into wealth building, insurance and when it may make sense to self insure. 
9/6/202225 minutes, 26 seconds
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254: Net Worth of $1.7M - The Crockpot Investor

Jermaine has a current net worth of $1.7M. He has a majority in the market in various tax advantaged accounts and a paid for house. He drives a Tesla and is a Civil Engineer and his wife is a Elementary School Teacher. He bought his first house at 25. He feels he has made every mistake in the books and still turned out alright. We discuss all types of loans, leases, compound interest and staying the course. 
8/29/202249 minutes, 40 seconds
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253: Net Worth of $1.7M - Stay-at-home Mom

Grace has a current net worth of $1.7M. Of the $1.7M, 500k is in home equity and the rest is spread across all sorts of assets. She used to work for the goverment, but currently stays home with her children. She is the money nerd of the family and shares details on how she and her husband navigate their finances. 
8/22/202246 minutes, 50 seconds
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252: Net Worth of 3.8M - Software Sales and 1.3M in Home Equity

Tim has a current net worth of 3.8M. Of the 3.8M, 1.3M is in home equity, ~600K in a brokerage account, 100K in cash, 350K in college savings accounts, He reached his first million in 11 years, and his second million just five years later. Tim works in software sales and shares details about his career, annual income, three fund portfolio and his on rental property.
8/15/202246 minutes, 45 seconds
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251: Net Worth of 10M - First Million at Age 50 - "No Interest in Owning Real Estate"

Mark has a net worth of $10M, of which $2.5M is in a pension. Of the remaining $7.5M, about 3M+ is invested in the stock market, 2M+ in retirement (in stock market as well) and 2M+ in home equity. Mark holds no rental real estate. Mark hit his first million at age 50 and hit his second million just four years later. We discuss happiness, motivation, when enough is enough, paying off 90K of student loans, and why the lack of interest in real estate.
8/8/202252 minutes, 24 seconds
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250: Net Worth of 100M - Access, Smarts, and Drive

Jennifer has net worth of 100 million dollars. We discuss her background (grew up poor) and journey to her current situation. She shares her asset portfolio which includes stocks, real estate, private equity, hedge funds, a car wash and laundromat, small business, and more. Jennifer also talks about managing her time, finding investment opportunities, advice for women, and the upside of small business and tech.
8/1/202250 minutes, 31 seconds
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249: Net Worth of 6.5M - 35 Duplexes, 25 Houses, and Some Multifamily

Zach has a current net worth of 6.5M which is comprised of almost all real estate including 35 duplexes, 25 single family houses and some multifamily. We discuss how he started in real estate (which included working as a broker and finding investment opportunities for other investors), the typical numbers on one of his single family rentals, mistakes made and general advice to someone who wants to get started in real estate. www.chime.com/millionaire https://shop.ekster.com/Millionaire
7/25/202234 minutes, 46 seconds
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248: Net Worth of 3.5M - Credit Card Points and Real Estate Syndications

Bob has a current net worth of $3.5M. Of that, he has over 1.5M invested in various retirement accounts, and 600K in real estate syndications. His biggest stock holding is Microsoft, of which he has 145K. Bob discusses credit card rewards and point spending, how he reached his first million at age 38 and his immigrant story with a burning desire to succeed.  www.gusto.com/unveiled
7/18/202242 minutes, 22 seconds
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247: Net Worth of 9.5M - Investing Through Your Roth IRA

TJ has a current net worth of about $9.5M. Although he is very diversified in his holdings, the largest pieces are his ownership in two environmental companies, and a personal hard money lending company. He has about 4.2M in retirement accounts, 1.2M in a traditional brokerage account, and over 2.8M in loans made collateralized by real estate. We discuss investing through his Roth IRA, work/life balance, and financial goals for the future. https://shop.ekster.com/Millionaire
7/12/202256 minutes, 36 seconds
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246: Net Worth of 1.1M - Small Business Franchise Owner

Amber is a small business owner (commercial cleaning/janitorial services) with a net worth of $1.1 million. She has about 600K invested in the stock market and is holding 150K in cash. She shares her journey to millionaire including a mindset shift to buying assets that will make money in the future. Amber, at the age of 40, had a net worth of about 80K. We also discuss financial independence, small business ownership, tax strategies, and whether money brings happiness. 
7/5/202233 minutes, 26 seconds
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245: Net Worth of 1M - Net Worth Goal of 12M

Alan has a net worth of one million dollars. He's previously worked as a therapist and now works on the administrative side of the business. He has one duplex and two condo rental properties which cash flow about 20K per year. He discusses doing a Roth IRA conversion, how he lives on 60K per year, his goal to reach 12M net worth, and how tracking his net worth has helped him succeed.
6/27/202242 minutes, 12 seconds
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244: Net Worth of 7M - What Will You Do With All that Money?

Adam has a net worth of 7M, the bulk (5M+) of which is in retirement (1.5M+) and non-retirement (3.5M) accounts invested in the stock market. We discuss his entire allocation as well as his previous vs. current stock vs. bond split. He has a primary home worth about 1.5M and his first million came at age 32. Adam also shares his plans for the future, whether he budgets, how much cash he holds and why, and whether he ever thought he'd reach this level of net worth. 
6/20/202253 minutes, 34 seconds
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243: Net Worth of 4.5M - Dollar Cost Averaging is the Holy Grail

Mike has a net worth of 4.5M. He is 38 years old and has the majority of his net worth invested in the stock market divided between both retirement and non-retirement accounts. Mike works in sales and talks about the importance of compounded interest, dollar cost averaging, and paying yourself first. He shares his thoughts about paying off his primary residence early, the FIRE movement, and his financial goals for the future.
6/13/202238 minutes, 59 seconds
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242: Net Worth of 1.1M - Avoiding Financial Hardship at Age 32

Seth is just 32 years old and has a net worth of 1.1M. Of the 1.1M, nearly 800K is in single family real estate; he has six rentals, four of which are paid off. Seth discusses his financial goals which includes passive income of 80K (currently 38K). He also talks about leverage and how he prefers to have paid for real estate over more real estate with leverage. Seth details what motivates him, including the desire to never experience financial hardship.
6/6/202238 minutes, 12 seconds
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241: Net Worth of 4.3M - Stock Market, Small Business, Sports Cards and Real Estate

Adam has a net worth of 4.3M which is divided primarily between real estate (2M), stock market investments (1M), and his small business (1M). He also has educations savings accounts, a 529, HSA, and sports trading cards (valued at 50K). Adam shares how old he was at each million with his first million being at age 35. He discusses how he looks at real estate including analyzing a potential deal and the value of leverage.  
5/30/202252 minutes, 32 seconds
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240: Net Worth of 1.2M - University Professor Living Abroad

Dan is a university professor living in Japan with a net worth of 1.2M. He discusses some of the investment differences and difficulties that arise from living out of the U.S. full time. He also shares the different investment mindsets between what he's observed in America vs. Japan. Dan has most of his net worth in real estate - both in his investment properties and those he's invested in as a limited partner. He also has 225K in the equity markets, 100K in cash, and 50K in private lending. He also paid off 20K in student loans.
5/23/202245 minutes, 26 seconds
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239: Net Worth of 650K - Trailer Park Plumber; Max Annual Income of 40K

Mark is 53 years old, owns his own plumbing business and flips the occasional trailer/mobile park home. He never went to college and has never made over 40K annually; at one point he had 50K in credit card debt. His net worth is primarily held in mobile homes which he fixes up, then flips and finances to the next buyer. Mark shares his thoughts on taking career chances, starting early, and the risk/reward of small business.
5/16/202237 minutes, 39 seconds
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238: Net Worth of 1.9M - The Risk/Reward of Penny Stocks

Today's guest has a net worth of 1.9M which is broken out between real estate (five single family rentals that cash flow about 100K per year) and traditional stock market investments. Mr. Fig has no money in tax protected retirement accounts. He shares how he started in real estate (buying foreclosures following the 2008 market crash), and his new found interest in the stock market. 
5/9/202234 minutes, 38 seconds
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237: Net Worth of 5.9M - Five More Millions in Just Eight Years

Keisha has a net worth of 5.9MM, of which 2.5M is in a taxable brokerage and 1.5M in a 401(k). Keisha is a business executive and shares her story which began growing up poor and worrying about money. Through resilience and her educational pursuits she has become very financially successful. She has no debt, no real estate beyond her primary home, and grew her net worth by five million dollars in just eight years.
5/2/202246 minutes, 23 seconds
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236: Net Worth of 1.1M - Uber Driving on the Side

Mitch has a net worth of 1.1MM which is made up of primarily his home (over 700K). He also has investments in retirement accounts, education accounts, and cash. Mitch shares insight into his journey which includes growing up poor, being the first in his family to attend college, and finding his first job on craigslist. He also talks about working side jobs to supplement his primary income. Mitch is 32 years old and just hit millionaire status.
4/25/202246 minutes, 6 seconds
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235: Guest Interview with Chad Willardson - Teaching Kids About Money

Chad Willardson (episode 177) is a return guest where we discuss teaching kids about money! Chad recently wrote the book, "Smart Not Spoiled; The 7 Money Skills Kids Must Master Before Leaving the Nest." He shares insight into how he teaches his kids about money, opinions on teaching finance in school, and when to start working on one's will or estate plan.  Smart Not Spoiled Book - https://amzn.to/3xQnEq7
4/24/202232 minutes, 2 seconds
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234: Guest Interview - Joe from Stacking Benjamins Reprise

Today's interview is a guest interview with the host of the Stacking Benjamins Podcast, and former financial planner, Joe Saul-Sehy. We originally connected with Joe on episode 65. On this week's episode we discuss his new book, "Stacked: Your Super‑Serious Guide to Modern Money." We also discuss portfolio allocation, what to look for in a financial advisor/planner, insurance, and the importance of financial education.
4/18/202244 minutes, 13 seconds
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233: Net Worth of 2.9M - Female with Five Paid For Rentals

Ayne has a net worth of 2.9MM. Of the 2.9MM, she has 825K in a taxable account and almost 900K in rental real estate equity. She has five rental properties which gross about $5.5K monthly (net $2.75K). We discuss managing her rental properties, how she got started in real estate, her financial goals for the future, and how she teaches her kids about money. Ayne also shares details about homeschooling her children and placing a greater value on her time.
4/11/202237 minutes, 47 seconds
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232: Net Worth of 6.2M - Small Business Owner and Recent Retiree

James has a net worth of 6.2M and is recently retired from a commercial roofing company. He has one million dollars of cash, one million of equity in his primary home, and about one million in eight rental properties including one commercial building. James also holds investments in retirement and non-retirement accounts. We discuss travel, the importance of relationships, how much cash to hold, and managing rental properties. 
4/4/202238 minutes, 57 seconds
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231: Net Worth of 1M - 27-Year-Old Driving a Maserati

Jay has a net worth of over a million dollars and is just 27 years old. His net worth is divided between real estate, retirement accounts and other stock market investments. Jay also shares a fun story about buying his dream car, a Maserati for 19K. We also discuss annual income and expenses, financial goals, and early retirement.  
3/28/202241 minutes, 57 seconds
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230: Net Worth of 1.8M - Sailing the World for Two Years with Four Kids

Today's guests share their remarkable story of grit, tenacity and inspiration. Wade and Heather discuss the decision to sail the world with their four kids and the background of how they got to where they are today. They discuss past failures and their small business success. Wade and Heather share their mindset on enjoying life and gaining on a positive perspective from challenges, their investing allocation, and their budget/cost of living remote on a catamaran for two years.
3/21/20221 hour, 3 minutes, 2 seconds
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229: Net Worth of 3.3M - First Million at Age 26

Jason has a net worth of 3.3M and hit is first million at age 26. However, following his first million he was hit with the real estate crisis of 2008 and lost all his money and ended up owing about 250K in debt. He rebounded from that experience and his since grown back his net worth. We discuss Jason's real estate portfolio which includes primarily single family homes with lease to buy options. Jason also shares his motivations, mindset, personal development plan and more.
3/14/202247 minutes, 31 seconds
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228: Net Worth of 1.4M - Expense Budget of 6K a Month

Adam has a net worth of 1.4M which is broken out being equity investments in both retirement and non-retirement accounts, education savings accounts, home equity, cash, and crypto. He works in commercial real estate (bank lending), but owns no real estate himself. We discuss the fire movement, budgeting, Dave Ramsey, expensive cars, and how he saves 40% of his gross income. 
3/7/202241 minutes, 3 seconds
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227: Net Worth of 2.25M - Taking Calculated Risks and Going All In

Mike has a current net worth of 2.25M which includes money in the stock market, rental properties, an HSA, and more. The five rental properties cash flow about 2.7K monthly and Mike shares details on each property and how he found them. He is 40 years old and shares insights into growing one's income, turnkey rental properties, finding happiness, and taking calculated risk.
2/28/202243 minutes, 39 seconds
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226: Net Worth of 1.5M - Welder with no College to Millionaire

Luis has a net worth 1.5MM and is 56 years old. His investments are allocated between retirement and non-retirement accounts, fixed income products, a pension, HSA, and more. He shares thoughts on working in the trades, work life balance, annual spending, and maxing out retirements. We also discuss his retirement including healthcare costs and spending budgets, as well as the financial impact he faced from a divorce. 
2/21/202239 minutes, 41 seconds
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225: Net Worth of 2.1M - 1M in Airbnb Shares

Nick shares his story which includes a career background in tech with time being spent at Airbnb, Twitter, and Facebook (was at Facebook during IPO). Nick shares details about stock options, his thoughts on real estate investing, cost of living, working from home, and how much of his success was luck vs. skill. He also discusses what drives him now vs. previously and his future goals and plans.
2/16/202245 minutes, 56 seconds
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224: Net Worth of 1.2M - The Importance of Giving, 20% Annually

James has a current net worth of 1.2M and gives away/donates about 20% of his earnings annually. He talks about the importance of giving and how being a wise steward with one's money can come back full circle. He worked for seven years as a project manager before switching careers in his 30's to become a project manager. James holds half of his net worth, about 600K, in his home as home equity. We discuss his decision to fully payoff his home, budget annually, and the importance of spending time with family.  Sponsors -  Lonsteady is here to find a mortgage that works for you, not the other way around. They are waiving all lender fees for listeners of Millennial Investing. Important terms and conditions apply. Click here for more information on licensing. Ritual - https://ritual.com/
2/7/202244 minutes, 12 seconds
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223: Net Worth of 1.3M - Young 30's Couple, "It's All About Your Mindset"

Bryce and Stacia have a combined net worth of 1.3M, of which the majority is invested in the S&P 500. Bryce works as a nurse anesthetist and Stacia works as a registered nurse (they met in an operating room)! Bryce has a financial goal to hit two million by the time he turns 40, and 5M in his 50's. We discuss budgeting, future allocations which include real estate and crypto, their differing backgrounds with money, and what motivates them to achieve financial success. 
1/31/202243 minutes, 4 seconds
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222: Net Worth of 1.5M - Haitian Immigrant, Single Mom, and Small Business Owner

Martine has a current net worth of 1.5MM and has a truly inspirational story of resilience, determination, and grit! At the age of 14 Martine immigrated to the United States where she began her educational and career journey. She now is a small business owner and works as a chiropractor. Martine shares details about her story which included her father's influence and the emphasis he place on receiving a good education. She also discusses her plans for the future and the joy that helping others brings. 
1/24/202247 minutes, 35 seconds
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221: Net Worth of 2M - Single Female Executive, Retired at 49

Melissa has a current net worth of 2M, and recently retired at the age of 49. She never married and has no kids and offered an incredible perspective and advice for women. 60% of her net worth is in real estate which is about 1.1M in real estate equity across five properties. Beyond real estate, she has 25% of her net worth in her 401(k). Melissa also talked about her upbringing, real estate advice and mistakes, living abroad for her career, and whether money brings her happiness. 
1/17/202251 minutes, 46 seconds
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220: Net Worth of 1.5M - Police Officer Maxing Roth IRA Since Age 18

Mike is a police officer with a current net worth of 1.5M. In addition to his current assets, he also has a pending pension worth up to 60K in the next few years. Mike discusses his Roth IRA, his kids' Roth IRAs and how he funds them, as well as his 457 retirement accounts. We also discuss what drives him personally, his definition of happiness, and what he plans to do with his money upon retirement. 
1/10/202242 minutes, 40 seconds
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219: Net Worth of 2.2M - 70 Years Old, Bartender to Millionaire

J.C. is 70 years old and has a current net worth of 2.2 million. He shared his story which involved a career in the military, bartending, and working at Apple. He now travels the country (and world) with his wife, primarily in their 250K RV/motor home. J.C. shared that he became a millionaire at age 55 and had a max salary of 130K. We also discuss his historical investing, generational wealth, and how much he spends annually in retirement.
1/3/202245 minutes, 33 seconds
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218: Guest Interview - Small Business is the Path to Wealth

Salvatore Buscemi is today's guest where we discuss his background (started with Goldman Sachs), small business vs. the stock market investing, how wealthy family offices invest, and doing due diligence before investing to ensure that priorities and objectives are aligned. Sal also shares his thoughts on commercial vs. residential real estate and the cautious approach one should take prior to investing in a regulated market. 
12/27/202142 minutes, 41 seconds
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217: Net Worth of 575K - "We Are Not Going Back Into Credit Card Debt"

Steven has a net worth of 575K and is well on his way to millionaire! He discusses his life and financial story which includes paying off 30K of personal debt, a bulk of which was personal credit card debt. Steven discusses his "I've had it!" moments which made him take control of his finances, his financial goals for the future, and the benefit of his flexible job. His investments are held primarily in retirement accounts in the stock market and home equity.
12/20/202145 minutes, 47 seconds
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216: Net Worth of 1.3M - Female CPA Working in Public Accounting

Danielle is a working mother, CPA, and investor! She has a current net worth of 1.3MM and is in her early 30's. Danielle has more than 700K in retirement accounts, 170K in home equity, and 250K in a traditional brokerage account. We discuss her career in public accounting, buying and selling houses (her husband was in the military so they bought and sold often), future financial goals, her investing start from a young age, and financial confidence/happiness.
12/13/202151 minutes, 52 seconds
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215: Net Worth of 1.1M - Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme, 200K Profit

Derek has a net worth of $1.1 Million. Of the 1.1M 95% is invested in equities between mutual funds and single stocks. He works as an officer in the Navy and has moved around numerous times during his professional career. Derek talks about investing in retirement accounts, including the government sponsored thrift savings plan, deciding when to buy a primary residence, and how he made the switch from investing in single stocks to mutual funds. Derek also shares advice on what to do when holding too much cash. 
12/6/202152 minutes, 2 seconds
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214: Net Worth of 725K - Let Your Money Work For You

Hannah has a net worth of 725K, most of which has come in the last few years. She is married with two kids and discusses budgeting, the power of compound interest and her investment allocation. Hannah also shares advice in making your money work for you - putting cash to work rather than just sitting in a bank account. She discusses her childhood including how her dad matched her savings until the time she was 18 years old. Most of her net worth is invested in the market, but she does have one condo rental property.
11/29/202142 minutes, 22 seconds
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213: Net Worth of 1.1M - From Mobile Home to Millionaire

James has a current net worth of 1.1M. He grew up in a poor household and talks about the impact that had on him. He currently works in information technology and is 35 years old. James talks about switching his portfolio allocation from single stocks to index funds. He served in the Air Force for six years and holds only 1% of his net worth in cash. James also shares detailed mistakes (selling stocks too early, selling crypto at a loss, single stock investing, etc..) and advice for a solid financial future.
11/22/202145 minutes, 17 seconds
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212: Net Worth of 1M - House Hacking to Five Rentals

Nick has a current net worth of over one million dollars, of which 65% is invested in single family real estate. He has five single family rentals and a primary residence. Once paid off, the homes should cash flow about 60K annually. Three of the rentals are former primary residences. Nick discusses property management and the tools and systems he uses to manage successfully. He also walks through a typical deal including the purchase price, mortgage amount, monthly payments, and cash flow. https://forms.gle/XAGyrWhZGzjqRtgt6
11/15/202147 minutes, 51 seconds
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211: Net Worth of 2M+ - Health Above Wealth, Put Money in the Proper Perspective

David has a current net worth of over two million dollars. He offers a unique investing perspective and insightful story. David's allocation includes some real estate, but primarily precious metals. He shares his story of starting in the airline industry before quitting his job to focus on what he loves. David also discusses the idea of "health above wealth," and how he came to that realization.  https://forms.gle/atXbwneY7bJUddW99
11/8/202151 minutes, 55 seconds
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210: Net Worth of 1.7M - "I Started in a Tire Shop Selling Oil Changes"

John has a current net worth of 1.7M which is divided between his primary residence, one rental property, retirement holdings and various other accounts and assets. He started his career in the auto industry and now mixes that with technology for his current job. John discusses career management including negotiating salary, his start to personal finance and real estate investing, and the value of spending time with those you love. Listener Survey - https://forms.gle/YG2yyCqPYvAbYTWw8  
11/1/202155 minutes, 22 seconds
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209: Net Worth of 1.25M - Divorced Dad, "W-2 Income is Not the Path to Wealth"

Dion has a current net worth of 1.25M. He was divorced at age 40 when he had a net worth of -90K. He turned around his financial situation and became a millionaire under 10 years later at the age of 48. He owns 14 rental units (no stock market investments) which provide annual net cash flow of 84K; his max W-2 salary has been 75K. Dion has also worked as a truck driver and police officer until he decided to find cash flow streams that weren't dependent on a job. Listener Survey - https://forms.gle/ozd6UtjKgPxW75Xh7
10/25/202154 minutes, 7 seconds
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208: Net Worth of 5M - 2.5M in Tesla Stock

Al has a current net worth of five million dollars, of which 2.5M is invested in Tesla stock. He purchased about 1,000 shares of Tesla for $200,000 and the stock has skyrocketed since. Al became a millionaire at the age of 45, prior to investing in Tesla stock (he is now 47 years old). Al shares insight into the financial advisory business, his financial goals, the importance of one's time, and whether more money has brought less stress and more happiness. 
10/18/202147 minutes, 26 seconds
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207: Net Worth of 230K - Window Washing Business Since Age 11

Brandon has a window washing business and makes about 50K a year. He started the company when he was 11 years old and has been growing it ever since. He also has investments in real estate (two townhomes and a plot of land). Brandon and his wife budget for about 3.5K monthly in living expenses. Brandon discusses the tradeoff of growing his business vs time and freedom, how he started in the window washing business, why small business has been a good thing for him, and the importance of finding value and enjoyment in one's work.  Listener Survey - https://forms.gle/rvmb6pJYSXHtXfdZ8
10/11/202139 minutes, 26 seconds
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206: Net Worth of 1.5M - What Does the Next Stage of Life Look Like?

Cecilia has a current net worth of 1.5M, about 420K of which is in home equity; she also has 640K in retirement accounts. Cecilia shares her story of working in a corporate job before deciding to start her own coaching and development company. She is divorced and has two kids almost off to college. She is working on "what the next stage of life looks like." Cecilia also discusses her upbringing, keeping up with the Joneses, teaching kids about money, and budgeting.
10/4/202145 minutes, 41 seconds
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205: Net Worth of 1M - "Don't Buy a Timeshare" and No Real Estate Investments

Marvin and his wife have been married for about 15 years and have no children. Their current net worth is just over one million dollars, 785K of which is invested in retirement accounts; He also has 30K in home equity. Marvin shares his background which includes joining the military at the age of 17, working in learning and development, and adventure/travel. He also shares advice and insight about paying off personal debt, buying a timeshare, balancing two careers, and more.
9/27/202148 minutes, 37 seconds
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204: Net Worth of 2.3M - "My Risk Tolerance is a Big Part of My Success"

Trae has a net worth of $2.3 Million. Of the 2.3M, 80% is invested in a small business software startup. Trae also has investments in the stock market, real estate, and crypto. He discusses his interest in small business and software, how he started in real estate, and how his high risk tolerance has influenced his financial success. Trae shares advice on lines of credit, work/life balance, financial independence, and his goals for the future.
9/20/202151 minutes, 45 seconds
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203: Net Worth of 1.3M and 300K - A Father and Son Share Their Stories

This episode is unique in the sense that there are two guests; Stu and Jimmy, a father and son respectively, who discuss their personal and financial journeys. Stu has a net worth of 1.3M while his son has a net worth of about 300K. They discuss their mindset and attitude about money, the importance of life insurance, being on the same page as one's spouse, and the value of hard work. Stu and Jimmy also share general advice, what they've learned from each other, and their advice for teaching kids about money.
9/13/20211 hour, 16 minutes, 27 seconds
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202: Net Worth of 2M - Net Worth at Age 31 was Zero

Henry has a net worth of two million dollars. He's a serial entrepreneur and now coaches business owners. His previous businesses include computer sales, home theatres, spec homes, website sales, and a factoring business. He primarily invests in single stocks and mutual funds and shares his thoughts about why he doesn't invest in index funds. Henry also discusses annual spending (about 200K), working in partnerships, small businesses successes and failures, and financial lessons learned from his parents.
9/7/202144 minutes, 16 seconds
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201: Net Worth of 1M - 50-Year-Old Fire Marshal, Paid off 60K of Personal Debt

Mark works as a Fire Marshal and has a net worth of more than one million dollars. Without counting his government pension (estimated to pay him 9K a month upon retirement), he has a net worth of 960K. Mark has worked in the public fire service since he was 17 years old (now 50), and talks about his retirement plans, receiving a wake up call on how much is needed for retirement and balancing frugal living vs. spending. We also discuss HRA's and HSA's and the value of a future pension.
8/30/202144 minutes, 48 seconds
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200: Net Worth of 320M - Set Goals and Think Big!

Jeremy has a current net worth of over $300 million dollars! His net worth is primarily held in his business, but he also has holdings in real estate and angel investments. Jeremy shares how his small business was started, the importance of goal setting and thinking big, and also tips for time management. We also discuss the meaning of money, Jeremy's history with angel investments, and how he teaches and motivates his children about living a purposeful life.  Sponsor - Masterworks - www.masterworks.io/unveiled http://jeremyperkins.com/
8/23/202154 minutes, 14 seconds
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199: Net Worth of 1M - 32-year-old CPA

Kevin has a net worth just over one million. Of the one million, over 80% is invested in the stock market, while the remainder is in cash (80K or one year of expenses) and other holdings. He shares details on his small business investments (20K) and the importance of contributing early to your 401(k). Kevin and his wife paid off over 40K of student loans and aggressively worked to increase their household income and savings rate.  www.millionairesunveiled.com
8/16/202150 minutes, 25 seconds
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198: Net Worth of 4.2M - 55 Years Old, First Million at Age 39

John has a net worth of 4.2M. Of the 4.2M, 1.8M is invested in real estate split between his primary home and a condo rental. He as about 500K in his 401(k), and an additional 800K in other retirement accounts. John is 55 years old and first hit a net worth of 1M at the age of 39. He discusses teaching his kids about money, vacation costs, estimated spending after retirement, general mistakes and advice, and what it feels like being close to retirement.  www.millionairesunveiled.com
8/9/202142 minutes, 44 seconds
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197: Net Worth of 1M - Married Couple - "Sometimes We Aren't on the Same Page"

Graham and Abby are married with three children (including one with down syndrome) and have a net worth of just over one million dollars. They share their millionaire success story which includes investing early in retirement accounts, paying off debt, and frugal living. Together they have about 625K in the stock market (retirement accounts, HSA, ESA, etc..) and a paid for house valued at 275K. Graham and Abby discuss working together as a couple, paying off debt, and the question of whether they worry about money.
8/2/202136 minutes, 2 seconds
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196: Net Worth of 500K - 32 Years Old - 28% of Net Worth in Home Equity

Justin has a net worth of 500K and is on his way to becoming a millionaire. Of the 500K, about 28% is in home equity. He is 32 years old and works in real estate. Justin share insight into his market investments, how much cash to hold and why (he prefers six months of living expenses). He also discusses what's worth spending more money on, his most expensive car purchase, who influenced him most in his life, and how his financial journey got started. 
7/26/202136 minutes, 46 seconds
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195: Net Worth of 3.75M - "For Every Dollar I Spend, I Want Two Dollars Coming In"

Logan has a current net worth of 3.75M, of which most is invested in real estate. He has 55 total units, primarily single family rental properties. Logan discusses how he got started in real estate which includes buying his first rental for about 40K. He paid off 110K in student loans and now works as a nurse anesthetist. He also shares details on renovating homes, finding good contractors and life insurance.  www.millionairesunveiled.com  
7/19/202146 minutes, 20 seconds
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194: Net Worth of 1.9M - "Freedom is the Best Thing You Can Buy with Your Money"

Greg has a net worth of 1.9M, 1.2M of which is in different retirement accounts. Besides his paid for house, he has his wife hold no real real estate. Greg discusses paying off his home (15 year mortgage) in seven years and now being completely debt free. He shares how his journey started (via Dave Ramsey) and how he became a millionaire at the age of 39. Greg recently quit his full time job to work just two days a week and no enjoys more freedom and flexibility with his time.
7/12/202138 minutes, 58 seconds
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193: Net Worth of 4M - Starting and Building Two Small Businesses

Brian is a small business owner and CEO of his current company, GreenPal, a lawn mowing technology company. He has a net worth of 4M, most of which (3M) is invested in single family real estate which cash flows over 150K annually. He also has 300K invested in total stock market funds as well. Brian shares thoughts on growing his business with no debt, allocating money back into his business, and buying and holding real estate. 
7/6/202152 minutes, 28 seconds
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192: Net Worth of 1.8M - Saving 50% of Gross Income

Jay has a net worth of 1.8M. He and his wife both have government jobs working for the department of defense. He saves 50% of his gross income and lives off of 20% of his gross income. He attended the Air Force and discussed the importance of marrying the right person. Jay also shares thoughts on risk tolerance, real estate investing (he has no real estate), living debt free, frugality and teaching children positive financial behavior. 
6/28/202148 minutes, 5 seconds
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191: Net Worth of 1M - The Wealthy Custodian, Max Salary of 47K

Jeff, the wealthy custodian, has worked at the same school district for over 30 years. His max salary was 47K, and he has a net worth of over 1M which excludes his pension of over several hundred thousand. He is 55 years old and discusses all things portfolio allocation, the value of one's time, and the joy of simple living. Jeff also shared advice on creating assets that cash flow, why material items and money don't define you, and the importance of consistent investing and taking chances when opportunities arise. This is the second interview with Jeff, the first, which discusses more of his background and story was released as episode 47.
6/21/202148 minutes, 41 seconds
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190: Net Worth of 450K - Married Couple, 28 and 30 Years Old

Brian and Amy have a current net worth of just over 450K. They spend about 30K annually and have a combined income of 170K. They discuss their money conversations prior to marriage, paying off student loans, and how they both started investing. Brian and Amy share general advice and mistakes which includes starting investing faster, buying a smaller house, and being more intentional about one's finances.
6/14/202139 minutes, 10 seconds
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189: Net Worth of 2.2M - Household Spending of 175K Annually

Jonathan has a current net worth of 2.2 Million. He is 40 years old and spends 175K annually. He reached his first million at the age of 37. He invests only in real estate, nothing in the stock market, because he wants to invest in what he can control. In real estate, he prefers mobile home parks. Jonathan shares great advice about the importance of mentors and connecting with those who can help you along the way. 
6/7/202135 minutes, 22 seconds
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188: Net Worth of 1.2M - 28-Year-old Dentist with His Own Practice

Robert is 28 years old and has a current net worth of 1.2M. Of the 1.2M, 850K is in taxable accounts invested in various stock holdings; he also has a few rental properties. Robert graduated dentistry school with hefty student loans but immediately bought a practice from a retiring dentist. He has worked hard to run the practice more efficiently (including adding internet advertising and a website) and thus increased both revenues and net profit. Robert also shared his financial goal of 240K of passive income annually. 
6/1/202139 minutes, 25 seconds
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187: Net Worth of 1M - Never Made over 75K, Seven Rental Properties

Cheri has a net worth of over one million dollars which includes about 500K of equity in seven rental properties. She and her husband are self-employed and have never made over 75K annually. She shares her amazing story of perseverance, reinventing oneself, and financial savvy. Her goal is to have all seven rentals paid off in five years and reach a net worth of over 1.5 million.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled  
5/24/202141 minutes, 57 seconds
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186: Net Worth of 1.2M - Traveling the World on 40K a Year

Mr. Nomad and his wife have a net worth of 1.2MM, most of which is in the equity market; they own one rental property that cash flows 8K annually. For the last three years they have been traveling the world and spending about 30-40K annually. They discuss their spending, previous incomes, asset allocation, and designing your ideal life.
5/17/202146 minutes, 3 seconds
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185: Net Worth of 400K - 29-Year-Old Canadian on His Way to Millionaire

Adam is 29 years old with a current net worth of 400K. He lives in Canada currently, but grew up in Eastern/Central Europe. Of the 400K, about 280K is invested in real estate while the remainder is in the equity markets. His goal is to be invested 50/50 in real estate/market investments going forward. We discuss his wife's first rental property, his current stock holdings, and his plans for the future.
5/10/202137 minutes, 10 seconds
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184: Net Worth of 1.3M - Discovering Financial Accountability

Ron has a current net worth of 1.35M, about 960K of which is invested in the stock market. He talks about discovering financial accountability and gaining control of his finances. He also shares what helped him to be a millionaire, his asset allocation, using a financial advisor, speaking with your kids about money, and more.
5/3/202145 minutes, 11 seconds
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183: Guest Interview - Rachel Cruze - "Know Yourself, Know Your Money"

Rachel Cruze is the author of several books including her new book, "Know Yourself, Know Your Money: Discover WHY You Handle Money the Way You Do, and WHAT to Do about It!" We discuss money habits and how to change them for the better, teaching kids about money, work/life balance for a working mother, and what it was like to grow up as the daughter of Dave Ramsey. Check out Rachel's new book (https://amzn.to/3sR6umb) and send an email to [email protected] to enter the giveaway.
4/26/202131 minutes, 35 seconds
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182: Net Worth of 1M - 31 Years Old, 7K in Monthly Savings

Taylor is a returning guest from episode 27 when he had a net worth of 500K. In the last 2.5 years he grew his net worth to one million dollars. He is 31 years old and works in finance for a startup company. He has 10% of his net worth in cash and 200K in home equity. He saves 7-10K a month. Taylor also discusses the decision of paying his home off early and his experience with hard money loans.
4/19/202143 minutes, 18 seconds
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181: Net Worth of 2.5M - "It's How You Use Your Time That Matters"

Tony has a current net worth of 2.5M, a large chunk of which is in his paid for house and a rental property. Tony discusses managing his career including work/life balance, deciding whether to pay off his house early, being a good/improving father, personal debt, the advantages of using a financial advisor, and more. Tony worked for Dave Ramsey for about 15 years and built a successful career; he's now starting his own personal finance company and has written a book.
4/12/202144 minutes, 56 seconds
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180: Net Worth of 1.8M - 250K House and 90K Annual Pension

Harry has a net worth of 1.8MM. He was active duty in the army for ten years and served in the reserves for an additional 20+. He is invested primarily in index funds spread between both domestic and international holdings. Harry discusses saving and investing money and encourages all to invest even just a little; he believes there is never a perfect time to invest so investing little by little and living below one's means is the path to success. 
4/5/202143 minutes, 30 seconds
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179: Net Worth of 3.8M - 61-Year-Old Refugee, Worked at Same Company for 34 Years

Dan is a refugee with a current net worth of 3.8 million. He came to the U.S. at the age of 17 years old with $10 in his pocket. He obtained a marketing degree, found a job, and ended up staying with the same company for 34 years; he is recently retired. He became a millionaire at age 55 and has a significant amount of his wealth in retirement accounts.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled  
3/29/202141 minutes, 56 seconds
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178: Net Worth of 1.3M - Construction Manager with no Debt

Will has a current net worth of 1.3M, of which 300K is his paid for house. Of the remaining amount, most of it is invested in the equity markets split 65% in domestic stocks and 35% in international stocks. We talk with Will about his decision to pay off or not pay off his primary home, career advice and accepting new opportunities, and whether his friends and family know of his "millionaire" status.  Email us at - [email protected] s Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled  
3/22/202142 minutes, 31 seconds
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177: Net Worth of 10M+ - Elected City Treasurer and Small Business Owner

Chad is an elected city treasurer and small business owner; he works as a financial fiduciary. As the city treasurer, he manages a 360MM investment account. He discusses his investment mindset for both his personal and city investments, including having a long-term approach. Chad also shares what to look for when hiring a financial advisor.  To learn more about Chad - https://www.pacificcapital.com/chad-willardson-3/
3/15/202135 minutes, 26 seconds
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176: Net Worth of 625K - College Professor - "Avoid Student Loans at all Costs"

Jason is a college professor with a current net worth of 625K. He is 47 years old, married, and has one child. Together with his wife they had about 280K in student loans - Jason shares his advice for how to pay them off, why to avoid them at all costs, and how he was able to not be discouraged while paying them off. He has 180K in home equity and works additional hours and over the summer to make an extra 30-35K in income on top of his regular salary. Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
3/8/202145 minutes, 17 seconds
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175: Net Worth of 1M - Engineer Turned Self Storage Real Estate

David has net worth of one million dollars which is nearly all invested in self storage and other real estate. He shares his story of the first self storage deal - how he found it, fixed it up and flipped it around, and expanded on additional land. David now collects over 10K in passive income annually from three of his properties. He is 38 years old, has a background in engineering, and now works 60+ hours a week to reach his financial goals.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
3/1/202137 minutes, 3 seconds
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174: Net Worth of 2.7M - Prioritizing Cash Flow Over Net Worth

Travis has a net worth of $2.7 million, of which $1.6 million is in real estate equity. He currently owns about 20 units which generate about 10K of monthly cash flow. He's 40 years old, and also holds about 550K in his 401(k). Travis shares his thinking on why tracking and building cash flow is more important than just a higher net worth. He also talks about his financial advisor and why that relationship is valued.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
2/22/202152 minutes, 1 second
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173: Net Worth of 8.3M - "I'm a Big Believer in Businesses" - No Stock Market or Real Estate Investments

Caleb has a current net worth of over eight million dollars. He has about 800K liquid in primarily cash and the remainder in his small business (7.6MM) of which he owns 100%. He has no stock market or real estate investments and has chosen to put most all of his net worth into his business. Caleb is passionate about four things in the financial process that can help make one successful 1) Clarity on what you want, 2) Efficiency - optimizing cash flow, 3) Consistency and 4) Use the money wisely to help you now and in the future.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled Book and Assessment Link: Take our FREE Financial Assessment Get my FREE Book, “The AND Asset: The Secret Way To Save & Use Your Money At The Same Time” (just cover shipping!)
2/15/202148 minutes, 46 seconds
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172: Net Worth of 1M - Homeless to Grocery Bagger to Gas Station Owner

Max has a current net worth of 1MM and owns a gas station as well as a couple rental properties. He grew up poor in India and came to the United States as a teenager. He then went to different schools in the states while working as a hotel manager. When the hotel unexpectedly closed, Max was without a job and without any savings - he lived homeless on the streets for six months. He was able to regroup and has since grown his net worth to become a millionaire! He shares not only his story of perseverance and hope, but also mistakes he made and his financial advice. Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
2/8/202141 minutes, 41 seconds
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171: Net Worth of 518K - Electrical Engineer Well on His Way to Millionaire

Joel is an electrical engineer/software engineer and has a net worth of over 500K. We unveil his asset allocation and discuss rebalancing a stock portfolio (he recommends doing it quarterly or annually), maxing out retirement early/front loading the work, and his experience using a financial advisor. Joe shares his story which includes working multiple jobs, attending school while working, and exploring different job opportunities. Joel paid off over 40K of debt and is now well on his way to becoming a millionaire! Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
2/1/202142 minutes, 57 seconds
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170: Net Worth of 1.1M - From -50K to 1M in 10 Years

Andy Hill has a net worth of 1.1M and unveils his allocation and investment story. Andy worked in corporate event marketing for 15 years before quitting to work on his small business (https://marriagekidsandmoney.com/). He has a paid for house (420K), 100K in cash, and about 500K in retirement accounts. In 2010 he had a net worth of negative 50K. Andy shares advice and his thoughts on paying off one's primary mortgage, investing in index funds, and starting a small business.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
1/25/202149 minutes, 8 seconds
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169: Net Worth of 1.4M - What Happens When a Parent Passes Away Without a Will?

Kevin has a current net worth of 1.4MM and was kind enough to share his life and financial story. When Kevin was just 30 years old, his father passed away at the young age of 62. Without a will, Kevin and his brother traced down any and all financial records left by their father. Kevin has a great story of his own and shares motivating thoughts on frugality, savings, mindset and the importance of having a will or a trust. 
1/19/202151 minutes, 35 seconds
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168: Net Worth of 2.1M - Police Officer - "Family, Health, Wealth - in that Order"

David is a police officer with a current net worth of 2.1 million. He was in the Marines for eight years before working in corporate america and then becoming a police officer; He was 39-years-old when he became a millionaire. David invests heavily in precious metals (nearly 250K) and multifamily real estate. We discuss how his real estate holdings were hit in the economic downturn of 2008-2009 and how that changed his investing strategy. In 2006, David had a net worth of 600K and in 2009 it had dropped to negative 200K.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled      
1/11/202149 minutes, 47 seconds
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167: Net Worth of 5M - The Impact of COVID on Multifamily Real Estate

Neal Bawa has a current net worth of between five and ten million dollars. He shares his story and investment allocation which includes primarily real estate but also gas stations, hotels, fourplexes, and stock market equities. He discusses how COVID has impacted his collection and vacancy rates and also how he started in real estate. Neal is a big believer in Karma, and building up a reserve of good things to come in the future. Check out his free course at: https://www.udemy.com/course/realfocus/ Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled      
1/4/202143 minutes, 25 seconds
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166: Guest Interview - Who Needs a Financial Advisor?

Jonathan is a financial advisor at Lionsgate Advisors. We discuss the financial planning industry, who needs a financial advisor, and why he believes the industry has a bad rap. Jonathan also shares the importance of having a clear vision and goal for where you want to be. We also discuss the "order of operations" of investing - where to save and invest the next dollar. 
12/28/202042 minutes, 28 seconds
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165: Net Worth of 10M - From 15K to 10M in Ten Years

Dan has a current net worth of about 10M, of which 30% is invested in gold and 20% in cash. Dan shares his story about almost going bankrupt in 2008 to working his way out and growing his net worth rapidly. He now focuses on passive income and preserving capital, but shares thoughts on investment risk, taking chances, and high savings rates. Ten years ago he had a net worth of 15K. Check out his website at: https://www.futuremoneytrends.com/ Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled    
12/21/202047 minutes, 42 seconds
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164: Net Worth of 640K - Female Nurse Who Rents

Chloe works as a nurse and has a current net worth of 640K. Of the 640K, 110K is in cash and the remaining 510K is invested in the stock market. Chloe discusses her background which includes earning scholarships and grants while attending a public school and incurring no student loan debt. She shares mistakes and advice and talks about managing investment risk tolerance with her husband. Chloe has a current goal of reaching 1M by age 40 with a longer term goal of 1.5M in net worth.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
12/14/202037 minutes, 47 seconds
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163: Net Worth of 6.4M - Recently Retired at 57, 3M in Retirement Accounts

David has a current net worth of 6.4M. Of the 6.4M, about 3M is in real estate, and 3M in retirement accounts between both his and his wife's IRA. He recently retired and has several rental properties. David had an initial net worth goal of 5MM when he was first married and has now shifted to focusing on passive income vs. net worth. He made his first million in 11 years, and his second million 6.5 years later.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
12/7/202041 minutes, 46 seconds
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162: Net Worth of 10M - Music Teacher Who Quit After Passive Income was 100K

Lloyd Edge is a music teacher turned real estate investor. He has a current net worth of over 10MM USD. He decided to invest in real estate while teaching when he decided that he wouldn't be able to retire with enough money from just teaching alone. He lives in Australia and worked as a teacher for 15 years prior to quitting.  Lloyd became a millionaire at the age of 38 and currently makes over 250K in annual passive income.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
11/30/202042 minutes, 37 seconds
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161: Net Worth of 1.0M - Jace Shares His Millionaire Story!

Jace is interviewed on his own show to share his millionaire story! He unveils his portfolio allocation which includes 400K in retirement accounts along with holdings in both small business and real estate. He discusses mindset, goal-setting, intentionality, and how it all started from working a paper route and a lawn care business. Jace also shares general mistakes and advice from his financial path and how he was able to reach millionaire status at such a young age.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
11/23/20201 hour, 27 minutes, 53 seconds
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160: Net Worth of 1.3M - Married Couple Discusses Their Financial Success

Rina and Justin are the guests of this week's episode; they have a net worth of 1.3MM. Together they have eight rental properties, five single family homes and three townhouses; five of the eight properties are paid off. Together, the rental properties cash flow about 5.5K a month. Justin also serves actively in the Navy and they currently live abroad. They have a net worth goal of 12MM.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
11/16/202041 minutes, 58 seconds
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159: Net Worth of 800K - Eight Children and a Stay at Home Wife

Tom has a net worth of 800K. He was the oldest of 13 children and now has eight kids of his own; his wife does not work outside the home. He is 39 years old, has two rental properties (single family homes worth 330K and 530K) and about 220K in retirement accounts. He currently lives overseas in Japan and shares how he was able to successfully save and invest while having a large family and living on a single income. Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
11/9/202038 minutes, 59 seconds
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158: Net Worth of 5.0M - The Importance of Coaching and Mentoring

Today's guest, Chris, has a net worth of over five million dollars. He is invested nearly all in real estate. He employs a real estate strategy of lease-to-own and owner financing on primarily single family homes. We discuss how Chris first started in real estate, how one of his deals may work, and the importance of having a good coach or mentor in your life.  Book - https://smartrealestatecoach.com/ebook/ Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
11/2/202039 minutes, 18 seconds
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157: Net Worth of 2.7M - Electrical Engineer, Lost 700K During COVID

Daniel has a current net worth of 2.7MM, 1MM of which is invested in retirement accounts. He works as an electrical engineer and is 44 years old. Daniel shares that he lost about 700K during COVID which has since rebounded. He discusses his investment allocation (mostly index funds), averaging into the market, paying off his primary residence early, and the importance of starting to invest early. Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
10/26/202050 minutes, 47 seconds
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156: Net Worth of 500K - Started at McDonalds Making $5.25 Per Hour

Leslie has a net worth of $500K. He's an immigrant from Cameroon and a new real estate investor. Of the $500K, 40% is invested in real estate while the remainder is in cash and stock market investments. We discuss personal improvement and mindset, how Leslie got his start, and what makes him happy now. He also shares how he got started in real estate and the specific moment when he decided to make a real change in his life towards a promising future. Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
10/19/202036 minutes, 41 seconds
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155: Net Worth of 2.5M - First Million at Age 32, Second Million at Age 35

John has a current net worth of 2.5MM. He has about 800K invested in his paid off primary home, 400K in retirement accounts, and the remainder in brokerage accounts. Upon college graduation he had several job offers and chose to work for a smaller company in which he was able to move up the chain and receive equity. He discusses his career path, asset allocation, and what happiness means for him. John became a millionaire at age 32, and hit his second million at the age of 35.
10/12/202033 minutes, 27 seconds
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154: Lessons Learned From Interviewing Over 150 Millionaires

This interview is different than our normal weekly interviews. Instead of interviewing a millionaire and hearing about their financial journey and story, we were interviewed and share what has stood out to us from interviewing over 150 millionaires. This original interview appeared on the Earn and Invest Podcast -  https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/paul-david-thompson/earn-and-invest/e/77084639 Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
10/5/202052 minutes, 37 seconds
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153: Net Worth of 1.6M - Brazilian Immigrant - "That's the Key... No Debt"

Daniel is an immigrant from Brazil and has a net worth of 1.6M. He shares his portfolio allocation which includes investment and retirement accounts, education savings accounts, real estate rentals, and cash.  Daniel is married with two sons and lives in Arizona. He talks about the impact of COVID on his finances which included losing about 200K in the market. Daniel also discusses the importance of being on the same page with one's spouse when it comes to finances.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
9/28/202042 minutes, 5 seconds
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152: Guest Interview - Gino Barbaro - Lost 172K on His First Real Estate Deal

Today's guest is Gino Barbaro. He is a multifamily real estate investor and former restaurant owner and operator. He shares how he started in real estate, details on his first few deals, and how to get started in real estate now. Gino also discusses losing 172K on one of his first real estate deals - a mobile home park. He provides terrific advice about real estate including, "buy right, manage right, and finance right." 
9/21/202038 minutes, 27 seconds
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151: Net Worth of 7.5M - When is Enough Money Really Enough?

Today's show is a follow-up with Doc G. He originally appeared on the show in May of 2018 on episode 28. During that interview, he had a net worth of $6.5MM and now has $7.5MM. He discusses why he quit his job, when enough is enough, and what has stood out to him since. He has about 700K in home equity and money in retirement and non-retirement accounts as well as in real estate and cash holdings.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
9/14/202040 minutes, 21 seconds
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150: Net Worth of 1.5M - 38-Year-Old Immigrant with Four Rentals

Peter has four rental properties and his primary residence (which he paid off in four years). Of the rentals, one is paid off and the others have healthy leverage ratios. He came to the United States at the age of 9 and has worked primarily for a cable network company. We discuss Peter's allocation (including 200K in his 401(k)), what brings him happiness, and his usage of solar panels. For a big chunk of his career, Peter made 30-50K and at times worked multiple jobs to get ahead. Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
9/8/202041 minutes, 42 seconds
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149: Net Worth of 1.3M - Black Single Mom, Never Made Six Figures

Jackie has a net worth of $1.3MM and recently retired from her corporate job. She has a fantastic story of determination and focus to become financially independent/free. Jackie talks about her upbringing in poverty, being a first generation college graduate, having a daughter, and working in corporate America. She has almost $1MM in retirement accounts and about $140K in her HSA. Check out her website at http://moneyletters2.com/ and the video below. https://www.marketwatch.com/video/divorce-inspired-this-woman-to-learn-about-money-and-she-retired-early/8FA5FFFE-3517-4BCC-8DF7-56C1812D2977.html Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled  
8/31/202054 minutes, 1 second
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148: Net Worth of 1M+ - Entrepreneur; How Much to Invest Back Into Your Business

Nathan is an entrepreneur who has started several business and has a net worth of over one million dollars. We discuss his entrepreneurial journey and how he has started each of his businesses with less than $5K. He shares how he invests money outside of his business and his thinking for how much to put back into the business. We also discuss advertising methods and when to hire a virtual assistant.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
8/24/202038 minutes, 32 seconds
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147: Net Worth of 1.0M - "Don't Buy More House than You can Afford"

Today's guest, Doug has a net worth of about one million dollars. He started his financial journey with Dave Ramsey and is diversified between the stock market, HSA, real estate, and an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP). We discuss his ESOP plan and how it works as well as his decision to start investing in real estate. Doug shares details on his portfolio allocation as well as details behind his first real estate deal. He currently owns and self manages 11 units. Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
8/17/202043 minutes, 47 seconds
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146: Net Worth of 2.4M - Air Force Pilot - "Money is Just a Tool"

Phillip has a net worth of 2.4M. He's an Air Force pilot, and his wife also works as a pilot for a major airline. He is 39 years old and has several rental properties which cash flow 3K a month. Phil talks about self managing his rentals, the platform he used to buy them, and the numbers behind the purchases. He talks about money being a tool, and that family and experiences are what matter most.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
8/10/202056 minutes, 9 seconds
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145: Net Worth of 5.4M - Retired Chiropractor, Net Worth at 33 was $0

John is a retired chiropractor with a net worth of over five million dollars. Additionally, he has monthly passive income of 20K. At the age of 30, he set a goal to have passive income of 220K annually. His financial motivation kicked in at the age of 30 when he read the book, "Think and Grow Rich." At the age of 33, he had a net worth of $0. He discusses his mindset shift, investing strategy, and the book he wrote titled, "The Wealthy Gardener." - https://amzn.to/2DfLfqm Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled  
8/3/202049 minutes, 28 seconds
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144: Guest Interview - Chris Hogan - Debt for Real Estate Investing and International Index Funds

Chris Hogan, author of the books "Everyday Millionaires" and "Retire Inspired" joins us for today's episode. He talks about the three things that hold people back from success, how much one needs to retire, and why an emergency fund is no longer optional. Chris also talks about debt in real estate investing and why he considers it a risk. We talk about the impact of COVID on personal finances and what people can do now to ensure they are financially secure.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
7/27/202034 minutes, 3 seconds
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143: Net Worth of 1.6M - Bought Tesla at $34 Per Share

Today's guest, Randy, has a net worth of 1.6M. Of his nearly one million dollars in market investments, 20% is invested in single stocks including Tesla, Apple, and Amazon. 50% of his stock investments are in VTSAX. He also has one rental property which breaks even. He's in his late 40's and share the importance of continual education and creating a plan for one's life.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled
7/20/202042 minutes, 47 seconds
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142: Net Worth of 1M - Discovering Dave Ramsey After Significant Consumer Debt

Dennis is an IT sales professional with a net worth of over one million dollars. He takes a three bucket investing approach which includes, a) cash, b) 60-40 stocks to bonds, and c) a nearly 100% equity bucket. Dennis talks about whether to pay off one's home, and how he was able to overcome $283K of debt. He's currently 40 years old and had a college GPA of 2.67. Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled  
7/13/202048 minutes, 23 seconds
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141: Net Worth of 500K - Being Broke is a Choice, Eight Single Family Rentals

Alex has a current net worth of 500K and owns eight single family rentals and one multifamily investment property. He didn't start saving and investing until he was about 30 years old. Alex shares the details of his real estate deals including the strategy behind his single family rentals. He discusses the value of passive income, real estate vs. equity investments, and provides investing advice. Check out his blog at www.brokeisachoice.com  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled  
7/6/202046 minutes, 40 seconds
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140: Net Worth of 2.2M - Airline Pilot Who Didn't Make 100K Until Age 46

John is an airline pilot for a major airline and has a current net worth of 2.2M. On average, he made just 18K in his twenties, 50K in his 30's, and 90-100K on average in his 40's. He became a millionaire at the age of 46 - the same age he first made 100K. 73% of his 401K and Roth holdings are in single stocks while the remainder are in mutual and index funds. He discusses the cost of flight school, the benefits of being a pilot, and how he has shifted his mindset to increase his spending.  Email us at - [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled Sponsor - www.savethechildern.org/savekids
6/29/202054 minutes, 44 seconds
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139: Net Worth of 1.3M - 30-Year-Old Living in a 75K Townhouse

Matt has a current net worth of over $1.3 million dollars. Together with his wife, they have a household income of about 250K which has increased steadily over the years. He discusses why he invests virtually nothing in international stock, the importance of Roth IRA's for children, and how being financially successful has removed stress from his life. Matt currently works as a portfolio manager and financial advisor.  Email us at: [email protected] Website - www.millionairesunveiled.com Twitter - @Mill_Unveiled  Sponsor - www.savethechildern.org/savekids
6/21/202055 minutes, 18 seconds
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138: Guest Interview - Who do You Want Your Future Self to be?

Today's guest is Dr. Benjamin Hardy, author of "Personality Isn't Permanent" and "Willpower Doesn't Work." Ben brings a different lesson to the show in working to control the outcome of your life. He shares that personalities can constantly change, addictions and past hardships can be overcome, and the vision one sets for their future self is a critical piece of success. Check out his new book at https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/607021/personality-isnt-permanent-by-benjamin-hardy-phd/. 
6/15/202041 minutes, 31 seconds
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137: Net Worth of 1.5M - Tracking Net Worth Monthly for 18 Years

Mark has a current net worth of 1.5 million. He's invested primarily in the stock market but also has a self storage investment, his primary residence, real estate, and a 529 plan. He's tracked his net worth consistently for the last 18 years. Mark also wrote a book titled, "Dad's Little Book of Wisdom: A Guide for Young Professionals to Achieve More, Earn More, and Live a Good Life" (https://amzn.to/3haoLpQ). He shares details on his career and how faith has played an important role in his journey.
6/8/202049 minutes, 1 second
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136: Net Worth of 3.1M - The Importance of Lifelong Learning and Self-Improvement

Today's show highlights the story of BK. He has a current net worth of just over three million. He has money invested in both commercial real estate and the stock market. He previously used a financial counselor but currently does not. He reads about seven books a month and stresses the importance of continuous learning and self-improvement. BK's market investments are mostly invested in index funds and he holds 200K in cash.
6/1/202051 minutes, 46 seconds
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135: Net Worth of 30M - "I Want Control Over my Assets" - 3,700 Apartment Units

Tim Bratz is today's guest and has a current net worth of 30 million dollars. 97% of his net worth is composed of multifamily real estate. He owns and operates about 3,700 units and has a portfolio value of nearly $300 Million. He's 34 years old and reached his first million at age 29. Tim shares how he got involved in real estate, the structure of his investments, and three rules for successfully investing in real estate. 
5/26/202053 minutes, 4 seconds
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134: Net Worth of 1.1M - 15K of Monthly Passive Income

Nate is a real estate investor, business/life coach, and dad. We discuss his career history and progression, as well as how he started investing in real estate. He shares details about his first deal and some of the struggles and success from the purchase. Nate talks about his 15K of passive income monthly from real estate as well as what he's teaching now to the clients whom he coaches. Check out his website at http://www.natebaileyspeaks.com/.
5/18/202042 minutes, 15 seconds
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133: Guest Interview - 7,500 Single Family Rental Flips and a COVID-19 Diagnosis

Today's guest is Lee Kearney who has extensive experience in buying (via a variety of methods) and flipping single family homes; he has flipped over 7,000 homes in his career. We discuss how to find the homes including mailers, calling sellers, foreclosures, auctions, MLS systems, etc.. Lee shares the details of both a horror story and his best deal and also shares his recent experience (he was close to being on a ventilator) with COVID-19.  
5/11/202040 minutes, 6 seconds
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132: Net Worth of 3.0M - 250K of Passive Income Annually with Financial Samurai

Sam from Financial Samurai has a net worth of three million and makes 250K in passive income annually. He discussed his career in finance for 13 years before retiring early. Sam shares the good and bad from early retirement, his net worth allocation, and his experience with investing in real estate crowd funding platforms. He also talks abut negotiating a severance upon leaving a job.  
5/4/202044 minutes, 31 seconds
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131: Net Worths of 4.3M & 2.3M - Interview Follow-ups and Stocks to Buy

Today's episode features our first follow-up round of interviews. We follow-up with the interviewees who originally aired on episodes #48 and #109. With Jeff from episode #109, we discuss his retirement and what stocks he's currently buying and trading. With Debt Free Dr, we discuss how and why his portfolio has changed. They also share general financial and investing advice. 
4/27/202050 minutes, 7 seconds
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130: Net Worth of 1.7M - Female Who Moved Forward After Divorce and Overcame 250K in Debt

Today's show features Tiffany, with a current net worth of 1.7 million. We discuss all things personal finance including her investment allocation which includes both money in the equity markets and five single family rentals. She talks about finding and managing those rentals, the 3K in net monthly cash flow, and how she got started in real estate. Tiffany shares her insight on goal setting and how that has been one driver of her success. She has a terrific story, mindset, and attitude!
4/20/202034 minutes, 8 seconds
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129: Net Worth of 700K - 30-Year-Old Cyber Security Expert Who Paid off 150K in Student Loans

Michael is a 30-year-old cyber security expert with a net worth of 700K. He has been very successful and even paid off 150K in student loans. He shares his investment allocation which is nearly 50% in his Roth account and 85% in equities. Michael also discusses how he was able to grow his income so quickly and accelerate his career. He gives away 15-20% of his money, pays a regular tithe, and will soon be a millionaire!
4/13/202047 minutes, 19 seconds
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128: Net Worth of 12M - Single Family Homes with Jason Hartman

We talk with today's guest, Jason, about single family home investing, property management vs. self managing, cyclical and linear housing markets, and how to value a small business. Jason talks about how he became involved with real estate at the age of 20 and shares details on his first deal. He guides us through what to look for when purchasing a single family home rental and the importance of standardization when analyzing deals. 
4/6/202040 minutes, 51 seconds
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127: Net Worth of 1.0M - Financial Independence in a Foreign Land

Dave is today's guest with a net worth around one million dollars. He currently lives in Israel, previously worked as a lawyer, and is now on his path to financial independence. We discuss having a financial goal, what financial independence means, cost of living in Israel, and his life journey. Check out his current book titled, "The Cash Machine, A Tale of Passion, Persistence, and Financial Independence." https://www.amazon.com/Cash-Machine-Persistence-Financial-Independence-ebook/dp/B082P81146    
3/30/202037 minutes, 21 seconds
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126: Net Worth of 1.0M - Female Radiologist and Mother

Barbara, a radiologist and toddler mom, is today's guest on the show. She has a current net worth of just over one million dollars. Besides her portfolio allocation, we discuss her career as a physician, paying off her student debts, finding work/life balance, working in a male dominated field, plans for her financial future, and more. 
3/23/202041 minutes, 53 seconds
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125: Net Worth of 1.1M - Budgets Are Sexy with J. Money

J. Money from the popular blog, Budgets Are Sexy, is the guest on today's episode. He shares his net worth and portfolio allocation which primarily consists of investments in VTSAX, the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index. We discuss the FIRE movement, money and happiness/fulfillment, how much one spends in retirement, and the range of his household income. Check out his blog at https://www.budgetsaresexy.com/.
3/16/202047 minutes, 28 seconds
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124: Net Worth of 2.3M - Immigrant Who Came to the U.S. with Only $1,000

John immigrated from India to the U.S. with only $1,000. He shares his story of working his first job to building a net worth of over 2.3 million. He lives in a high cost of living area and shares his asset  allocation which consists of 1MM in real estate, 300K in a 401(k), 200K in a Roth, 400K in taxable accounts and the remainder in other investments including lawsuit settlements. John also shares how he's been able to manage his career and raise his income from 40K to over 200K annually.    Check out his blog at https://financialfreedomcountdown.com/
3/9/202038 minutes, 52 seconds
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123: Guest Interview - Finances in Marriage with the Money Couple

Today's guest interview features the money couple. We discuss all things finances in marriage and why/how 70% of couples whom divorce do so because of financial stress/issues. Scott and Bethany talk about the five money personalities, and share how learning about your money personality can help in marriage. They also share that it costs, on average, 275K to raise a kid from kindergarten through four years of college.  https://themoneycouple.com/
3/2/202039 minutes, 19 seconds
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122: Net Worth of 1M+ - 59 Years Old and Retired for 18 Years

Today's interview features Nords, who is retired from the Navy after a 30 year career. He has been retired for 18 years. We discuss numerous topics including when to convert a traditional IRA to a Roth, military pensions, travel hacking, and financial independence. Nords currently lives in Hawaii and shares ideas about philanthropic causes and how to teach your kids about money.  Sponsor: www.startfromzero.com/millionaire
2/24/202056 minutes, 50 seconds
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121: Net Worth of 1.1M - Single Pharmacist Who Got a Late(r) Start

Today's interview features Brian, a pharmacist, with a current net worth of $1.1 million. He is invested mostly in the equity markets with a 401(k), roth, and traditional investment accounts. Brian shares his story of when personal finance and investing became a priority, his history with real estate, plans and financial goals for the future, and his experience dealing with two different financial advisers. Podcorn website: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/ 
2/17/202041 minutes, 16 seconds
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120: Net Worth of 7M - Retired Engineer; Max Salary was 80K

Sam is a retired engineer and has a current net worth of around seven million. He also has seven single family rentals which net about 7K in cash flow monthly. He shares his thoughts on how and when to invest, personal development and self help books, real estate investing, retirement accounts, and more. We also ask about what he plans to do with his money in the future, the state of the equity markets, and whether or not he should sell some of his stock portfolio. 
2/10/20201 hour, 3 minutes, 38 seconds
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119: Guest Interview - Net Worth of 140K - 24-Year-Old Living & Working on a Yacht

Today's show features Alex, a 24-year-old who lives and works full time on a yacht. He saves 80-90% of his money as he has few expenses on board. He shares his life and financial story including his desire to be financially independent. He invests primarily in index funds and talks about what he does during the day while working on the yacht, how much the yacht is used, how much it costs to operate, and more. Check out his blog at https://themoneydock.com/.
2/3/202043 minutes, 32 seconds
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118: Net Worth of 3M - Stay at Home Mom

Gigi and her husband have a current net worth of three million dollars. She is a stay at home mom, while her husband is an engineer. Gigi tells their financial story including how they budget, save for kids college, purchase (or receive) cars, and plan for retirement. She shares terrific advice about "knowing who you are" when investing, and making your money work for you.  Booknotes: https://booknotes.page.link/millionaires
1/27/202044 minutes, 3 seconds
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117: Net Worth of 1.4M - Quit Like a Millionaire, Millenial Revolution

Kristy and Bryce retired at the ages of 31 and 32 from their computer engineering jobs and have been traveling the world since 2015. They quit with a net worth of $1MM and have since grown that to $1.4MM. Their combined income ranged from 60K to 140K while working. We discuss their story, travels, investment mindset, backup plans for a market correction, and Kristy's background of growing up in China and living on 44 cents a day.  Booknotes: https://booknotes.page.link/millionaires
1/20/202043 minutes, 34 seconds
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116: Net Worth of 1.3M - Family Therapist with Lease to Buy Options

Shiloh has a current net worth of $1.3MM and is primarily invested in real estate. He has 45 single family homes, several of which have lease to buy options. He also has about 35 multi family units and holds about 300K in cash. Shiloh discusses his investment and career journey including starting his career making 35K annually. He also divulges his unique real estate strategy, talks about hard money lending, and unveils financial goals for the future. Booknotes: https://booknotes.page.link/millionaires
1/13/202046 minutes, 34 seconds
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115: Net Worth of 1.4M - NYC Firefighter with a Side Hustle

Today's show features Chris, an NYC public firefighter. He shares insight into his portfolio allocation, side businesses, and investing mindset. He discusses his career as a firefighter and what one can expect to make in the career. He shares that he and his family have a 50% savings rate and spend 120K annually. Chris also talks about learning from one's mistakes and if/when ge plans to use a financial advisor in the future.
1/6/202049 minutes, 34 seconds
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114: Net Worth of 1.0M+ - Don't Be Afraid to Make Mistakes

Tom is a small business entrepreneur, consultant, therapist, and author among other things. He discusses starting his therapy business after leaving a comfortable corporate job. Tom shared how he bootstrapped the company, including finding clients and funding. He shares detailed %'s of his portfolio allocation which includes both marketable securities and real estate holdings. He has also written a book on effective communication called, "Task: Performance Based Communication" - https://amzn.to/2F30S1P
12/30/201954 minutes, 23 seconds
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113: A Billionaire's Balance Sheet

On this week's show we divulge a billionaire's balance sheet. We also discuss items that have stood out to us after interviewing more than 100 millionaires. Furthermore we talk about how much personal real estate to have as a percentage of one's net worth and budgeting. 
12/23/201922 minutes, 52 seconds
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112: Net Worth of 17.5M - Disabled and on Life Support, Passive Income Kept My Family a Family

"I literally had nothing. I couldn't hug my own children, I couldn't eat, I couldn't drink, (and) I had no job." These are impactful and inspiring words shared by our guest AJ Osborne. On this show he shares his life story including starting his career selling insurance, then turning to cash flowing real estate with primarily self storage. Months after having his fourth child, AJ was diagnosed with a rare disease which soon cause him to be completely disabled. In this episode he shares not only his struggles, but his difficult and motivating journey back.
12/16/201948 minutes, 50 seconds
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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 https://amzn.to/341qLt4 and his website at https://moneyfortherestofus.com/.
12/9/201935 minutes, 17 seconds
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110: Net Worth of 1.2M - A Career in Public Education

Our guest today is Ed from https://educatorfi.com/. 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.
12/2/201941 minutes, 23 seconds
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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.
11/25/201950 minutes, 51 seconds
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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 https://www.frommilitarytomillionaire.com/.    
11/18/201938 minutes, 15 seconds
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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. 
11/11/201942 minutes, 44 seconds
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106: Net Worth of 4.5M - Live the Life You Want

Justin has a current net worth of 4.5M. Following his college graduation, he attended law school and worked for a law firm and large energy company. After just a couple years of working, he realized the corporate life wasn't for him and turned to an entrepreneurial journey. He currently owns several rental properties and receives over 50K in monthly rental income. He also discusses purpose, goal-setting, one's tribe or circle of friends, mindset, and attitude. 
11/4/201941 minutes, 39 seconds
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105: Net Worth of 850K - Female STEM Consultant Saving 50K Annually

Sherry, a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) consultant paid off 60K of student loan debt in 18 months. She also worked tirelessly to increase her income from 60K to 250K annually. She saves an average of 50-60K each year. Sherry's parents won the lottery when she was young, and she discusses the decisions her parents made with the money and how it affected her life. She also shares her portfolio allocation, mistakes made, and the advice she'd give someone in her similar situation.
10/28/201942 minutes, 17 seconds
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104: Net Worth of 3.0M - "I Couldn't Afford to Go to McDonalds"

Mark shares his amazing story about being in debt to reaching a net worth of $3 million dollars. He currently has seven paid for condo rental units, a paid for house, and 800K in IRA's. He discusses how he overcame debt, and the intentional decisions his family made to save and invest. Mark recently retired and divulges what he's learned in retirement. He also shares that his household spending has increased from about 60K to 150K annually (mostly due to traveling). 
10/21/201946 minutes, 30 seconds
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103: Guest Interview - Choose Financial Independence with Chris Mamula

Today's interview features Chris Mamula, co-author of the new book, "Choose FI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence." We discuss his background and how he was able to retire at the age of 41. Chris shares input on health insurance when retired, what surprised him upon retirement, how he personally invests, and how to transfer net worth to cash flow/income. He divulges the story behind the book and also what stood out to him from his research and writing. Check out the book at https://amzn.to/2IOPgBI.  
10/14/201937 minutes, 21 seconds
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102: Net Worth of 1.9M - Handyman and Vending Machines

Larry has a current net worth of 1.9M. He currently works as a handyman but started and worked with several small businesses including, but not limited to, vending machines, trucking, sewer management, and truck repairs. He discusses several different ventures including why they started and ultimately ended. Larry talks about how to start and scale a small business, as well as knowing when to sell. He is 55 years ago, debt adverse, and just paid off his home last year.
10/7/201941 minutes, 6 seconds
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101: Interviews Recap, What Have We Learned?

In this episode we discuss how and why the show was started, highlights and lowlights along the way, favorite interviews, and some of the things that we've learned from interviewing nearly 100 everyday millionaires. We also discuss upcoming plans for the show including a new website. 
9/30/201926 minutes, 5 seconds
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100: Net Worth of 100M - Build an Intentional Life with David Osborn

David Osborn is an author, real estate investor, world traveler, mentor and father. He's the author of three books, Wealth Can't Wait, Miracle Morning Millionaires, and Tribe of Millionaires. We discuss intentionality, goal-setting, passive income, risk-taking, mindset, one's tribe or influencers, education and learning, and more. He shares how he was able to grow his net worth from -$1,500 at age 26 to around nine figures today. Check out his new book at https://www.tribeofmillionaires.com/checkout-page.
9/23/201953 minutes, 51 seconds
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99: Net Worth of 5.5M - Mid 60's Female, Never Made Over $82K

Diane shares her inspiring story of saving and investing her way to financial success. She worked first as an engineer, and then taught engineering; she never made over $82,000. Furthermore, she has four children, three homes, and 4.9MM in her IRA. She discusses her asset allocation and investing mistakes and advice. She shares that she consistently put 10% into retirement and lived frugally. 
9/16/201935 minutes, 42 seconds
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98: Net Worth of 1.8M - 52 Single Family Rentals, $67K Monthly Rental Income

Today's episode features Chris with a net worth of $1.8MM. Of the $1.8MM, 70% is invested in real estate. Together with his business partner, they own 52 single family rentals. He discusses all things real estate including his first deal, self managing all the homes, financing, due diligence, sending mailers, etc.. He collects about $67K monthly in rental income and nets about $11K monthly. Beyond real estate, he has 14% of his net worth in cash, and 16% in retirement accounts. 
9/9/201945 minutes, 4 seconds
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97: Net Worth of 1.1M - Female on FIRE, Paid off $110K of Student Loans

Courtney and her wife have a current net worth of $1.1MM. About $600K of that is invested in the market, 60% of which is in stocks, and 15% in bonds. They also hold a significant portion of their net worth, about 25% in cash and have $210K in home equity. We discuss her mindset on FIRE, her FIRE number, safe withdrawal rates, and how she and her wife overcame student loan debt of $110K. Their household spending is about $25K annually including about $450 per month on food. 
9/2/201940 minutes, 22 seconds
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96: Guest Interview - Passive Real Estate Investing with Marco Santarelli

Today's interview features Marco, host of the popular real estate investing podcast, "Passive Real Estate Investing." We discuss his investing history, his 10 rules for successful real estate investing (http://www.noradarealestate.com/blog/10-rules-of-successful-real-estate-investing/), goal setting, investing in markets outside of your own, and the mindset behind success. Check out his podcast at https://www.passiverealestateinvesting.com.
8/26/201938 minutes, 7 seconds
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95: Net Worth of 630K - Teacher with Side Hustles

Don and his wife are both teachers. They have combined teaching income of about $125K. On top of teaching, they earn about $20K in additional income from side hustles. He discusses how he earns income on the side and the positive attitude needed to increase your earnings. They have about $350K in retirement accounts, $10K in cash, $7K in gold, and $7K in a 529 plan. Don also discusses his pension and provides advice to others who are pension eligible. Furthermore, he and his wife spend about $75K annually. 
8/19/201945 minutes, 53 seconds
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94: Net Worth of 1.4M - Female, Mid 30's, Started with 35K Job

This week's episode highlights Ericka with a current net worth of 1.4M. She is married and has seven rental units, most of which are single family houses (from which she currently makes about 10K a month in passive income). She and her husband have 60% of their net worth in real estate, 25% in equities, 12% in cash, and 3% in other including crypto. Ericka has a motivating story about growing her annual salary from 35K to over six figures, and unveils her journey to millionaire.
8/12/201940 minutes, 54 seconds
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93: Net Worth of 1.0M - The Loonie Doctor, Don't get Financially Hosed

Today's interview features the Loonie Doctor, a Canadian physician who blogs at https://www.looniedoctor.ca/. He discusses his investment allocation (and why he's chosen that allocation), why doctors are notoriously bad with money, how investment vehicles in Canada differ from those in the US, his experience with financial advisors, and why it's important to keep learning and trying new things.
8/5/201940 minutes, 32 seconds
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92: Guest Interview - Self Storage Investing

Kris joins us to discuss his story and the benefits of investing in self storage. He personally started investing in real estate by buying duplexes with the goal of owning 50 total units that cash flowed to fit his lifestyle. He then decided to invest in a ground-up multi-family development before turning his attention to self storage. Kris discusses the ins and outs of self storage and shares why it's a great investment. Read more about him and his company at https://www.reliantinvestments.com/.
7/29/201951 minutes, 4 seconds
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91: Net Worth of 650K - 33-Year-Old Sales Manager on FIRE

Todd, a 33-year-old sales manager (wife works in project management), shares his story and investment allocation. He and his wife have a current net worth of $650K with $525K invested in equities. Of the $525K, roughly 70% is invested domestically, while 30% is invested internationally. Todd also discusses changing one's investment allocation over time, living in a high cost of living area, and what FIRE means for him. He also shares that they spend about $100K annually. 
7/22/201941 minutes, 7 seconds
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90: Net Worth of 8.0M - Entrepreneur Investing $300K Per Year in VTSAX

Today's interview features the story of a successful entrepreneur and investor. Mr. Hobo Millionaire shares his thoughts on paying his home off early (in only three years), Airbnb rental strategies, and the ups and downs of his entrepreneurial journey. He also shares his favorite books, the mistakes he's made, and his plans for retirement. Check out his blog at https://mrhobomillionaire.com/.
7/15/201945 minutes, 15 seconds
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89: Net Worth of 10.0M - Driving a Honda Odyssey

Jeff joins us for today's interview where we discuss his entrepreneurial journey including the ups and downs, trading stocks including calls and options, the current state of the market, and his financial viewpoints on insurance, generational wealth, and changing one's lifestyle when net worth increases. Jeff is the co-founder of ragingbull.com and first reached millionaire status in his early 30's. 
7/8/201943 minutes, 30 seconds
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88: Guest Interview - Mrs. Frugalwoods

Mrs. Frugalwoods joins us for this show to discuss frugal living, FIRE, investing, and being intentional with one's decision making. She shares thoughts on raising kids while working, what it's like living (and growing lots of food) on a 66 acre property in Vermont. We also talk about real estate investing, how her interest in personal finance started and what FIRE means to her. Check out her blog at https://www.frugalwoods.com/.
7/1/201937 minutes, 37 seconds
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87: Net Worth of 15.0M - Broke Immigrant To Land Buyer

Jack, with a current net worth of nearly $15 million is a land and real estate investor. He is an immigrant from Germany who started with nothing but student loan debt. He took a low paying job out of college and eventually started buying land. Jack has numerous single family rentals and shares how to best manage both single and multifamily investments. He shares his mistakes, advice, and strategies on investing. Find out more about him at https://www.jackbosch.com/.
6/24/201942 minutes, 42 seconds
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86: Net Worth of 5.0M - Australian Swimmer Turned Financial Advisor

Pete currently lives in Australia and works as a financial advisor. His net worth is split into three different buckets - real estate, equity investments, and small business. He discusses his background and story including almost being an Australian Olympic swimmer before finding the financial planning industry. He was 35 years old when he hit his first million. Pete now travels extensively and enjoys spending time with family and friends while helping others on their journey through life.
6/17/201942 minutes, 31 seconds
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85: Net Worth of 1.2M - Teacher with a $70K House

This episode features Jerry with a current net worth of 1.2M. He and his wife are both teachers and overcame student debt of almost $50K. At the age of 35, Jerry and his wife had a net worth of zero. Through contributing to retirement accounts and frugal habits, they have become millionaires. Jerry divulges his investment allocation which includes a 529 plan, an HSA, and 925K in the Vanguard total stock market index fund.
6/10/201941 minutes, 42 seconds
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84: Guest Interview - Vanguard Head of U.S. Wealth Planning, Maria Bruno

Maria Bruno is the head of U.S. wealth planning research at Vanguard. We discuss the current state of the market and specific trends Vanguard has discovered from their research. Maria shares insights on Roth vs. Traditional investments, Roth IRA conversions, required minimum distributions, and U.S. vs. international allocation. She also discusses Vanguard's investing principles and how much one should consider taxes in their investment planning. https://vanguardblog.com/author/maria-bruno/
6/3/201932 minutes, 10 seconds
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83: Net Worth of 5.5M - Maintenance Man to Millionaire

Glenn, with a current net worth of $5.5M is a multifamily investor and syndicator. He started his real estate journey as a repair man and leasing agent and later started buying his own apartment complexes. Glenn shares his insightful and honest life story in which he had to start fresh from being over leveraged and losing a job during the 2008 recession. He shares a powerful story of the determination to succeed and the ability to regain hope, success, and wealth.
5/28/201946 minutes, 20 seconds
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82: Net Worth of 15.0M - Penny Stock Trading

Tim Sykes is a penny stock trader who has earned millions after starting with just $12,000. Tim discusses the ins and outs of penny stock trading including how to get started, how much to invest, what to invest in, where to look, and the mindset to have. Tim also discusses success in both business and life and provides excellent advice on being honest and patient in both investing and life.
5/20/201934 minutes, 25 seconds
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81: Net Worth of 1.2M - What Should I do with $200K of Cash?

Steve, an entrepreneur in his young thirties, recently received a payout from his tech company. Besides his $200K in cash holdings, he also has $500K in home equity, $200K in the market, and an additional $200K in business equity. Of the money invested in the market, over 50% is invested in the S&P. He discusses his career path in technology and computer science, how equity in a new business works, and concludes with terrific advice on balancing one's career and family. 
5/13/201943 minutes, 35 seconds
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80: Net Worth of 1.1M - 31-Year-Old Executive with Growing Income

Dom, a 31-year-old executive has worked tirelessly to build up not only his income but also himself. He discusses how he was able to grow his income so quickly (combined income of $165K in 2012 to $475K in 2018), how he invests (32% primary residence, 17% S&P index fund, 17% other real estate, 22% company equity, 8% life settlements, 3% cash, 1% cars), and the mistakes he's made along the way. Dom also provides insight into personal development, paying off one's mortgage, and investing strategies.
5/6/201939 minutes, 58 seconds
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79: Net Worth of 2.2M - 20 Single Family Rentals on a $100K Military Salary

Rich, with a current net worth of about $2.2M, is currently living abroad as an officer in the military. He has a portfolio of 20 single family rental homes. He currently makes about $100K a year in passive income from his rentals. Each home is worth about $80K and was often purchased for much less. Rich considers himself part of the FIRE community, specifically fatFIRE. He discusses how he built his real estate portfolio and how he manages them from abroad. 
4/29/201941 minutes, 13 seconds
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78: Guest Interview - Mobile Home Park Investing with Kevin Bupp

Today's guest, Kevin Bupp, is the host of the popular podcast, "Real Estate Investing for Cash Flow." We talk about real estate investing and primarily mobile home park investing. How are mobile home park investments different than single and multifamily investing? What are the pros and cons of the investment? How does one get started in the space? Kevin also discusses his financial and investment journey and provides excellent advice for financial success. 
4/22/201943 minutes, 42 seconds
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77: Guest Interview - Damion Lupo, What is Financial Freedom?

Damion Lupo, an entrepreneur, author, and real estate investor shares his story of reaching a net worth of $20 million before losing it all in the 2008 financial crisis. Damion talks about how he rebounded from the loss and now has a goal to free one million people from financial bondage. We also discuss mastering goals and having a purpose, the psychology of success, building confidence, and the importance of mentors and masterminds.
4/15/201941 minutes, 56 seconds
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76: Net Worth of 7.0M - "I'd like to be Worth $100 Million Dollars"

Scott, an asset protection attorney with a net worth of seven million unveils his portfolio and investing strategy. He also owns a growing business which isn't included in his net worth calculation. We discuss how much one should reallocate back into his/her business, goals for the future, and when enough is enough. Scott also talks about what he looks for in a real estate investment, and provides asset protection advice.
4/8/201925 minutes, 52 seconds
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75: Net Worth of 1.4M - $40K in Facebook Stock

Hunter, with a current net worth of $1.4M is a financial adviser. We discuss who needs a financial adviser, the benefits of having one, when one should hire an adviser and several of the common misconceptions related to the industry. Hunter has about $700K between two houses, $500K in the market between both traditional investment and retirement accounts as well as holdings in different single stocks including Facebook, Google, Amazon and Netflix. 
4/1/201941 minutes, 19 seconds
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74: Net Worth of 1.7M - Female Nurse with Eight Single Family Rentals

This interview features Allison, a nurse with a net worth of $1.7M. Her husband also works as an engineer. Together they have eight single family rentals, half of which are paid off; the rentals cash flow about $50K annually. They hold about one $1M in equity investments and nearly $700K in real estate. Allison also invests in her 401(k) and a thrift savings plan. Within her equity investments, 90% is in stocks and 10% in bonds. 
3/25/201939 minutes, 2 seconds
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73: Guest Interview - Robert Kiyosaki, "Rich Dad Poor Dad"

Today's guest interview features Robert Kiyosaki, the famous author of "Rich Dad Poor Dad." Robert discusses his investing mindset, the importance of continuing education, and the game of getting rich. He also unveils the assets in which he invests, and his view on debt. He shares what it takes to be successful and how failures can be turned into a success. Robert also talks about his new book, Fake: Fake Money, Fake Teachers, Fake Assets: How Lies Are Making the Poor and Middle Class Poorer.
3/18/201913 minutes, 6 seconds
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72: Net Worth of 500K - 31 Years Old, Journey to Financial Independence

Steve is 31 years old with a current net worth of 500K. He has 100K in home equity, 100K in the Vanguard index fund, VTSAX, 230K in retirement accounts, and about 40K total in educations savings accounts, cash, and a 529 plan. He and his wife (school teacher) have one child and spend about 50K per year; they currently save about 60K per year. Steve discusses how he was able to grow his income, how to work with your spouse on money, and the affect goal setting has had on his financial success. 
3/11/201933 minutes, 44 seconds
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71: Net Worth of 7.5M - No Index Funds; 70% in One Small Business

Taylor is a financial adviser and small business investor. He has opened/invested in an insurance company, consulting practice, and a healthcare provider. He discusses his portfolio allocation including the criteria used to invest in small businesses; he doesn't own any index or mutual funds. He also provides terrific advice on how to work with one's spouse on money and how being on the same page with investments and spending is essential. 
3/4/201937 minutes, 43 seconds
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70: Guest Interview - Brad From ChooseFI

Brad, co-host of the popular personal finance podcast, ChooseFI explains how the podcast got started and what it means to be "financially independent." He talks about intent, how much one needs to retire on a certain lifestyle, and how to get started toward financial independence. He also shares insights on his investment portfolio, health insurance advice for those who are retired or self employed, investing mistakes he's made, and tips for financial success.
2/25/201943 minutes, 9 seconds
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69: Guest Interview - Thomas Stanley's Daughter, Sarah Fallaw, The Next Millionaire Next Door

Sarah Fallaw, co-author of the new book, The Next Millionaire Next Door, and daughter of Thomas Stanley, author of The Millionaire Next Door, shares insights and data from both the new book, her experiences, and her father. We discuss her recent millionaire studies including how millionaires spend and save their money, what cars they drive, their level of education, and income levels. She divulges how recent findings have differed from the original studies and provides terrific financial advice. 
2/18/201930 minutes, 50 seconds
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68: Net Worth of 4.0M - A Millionaire Next Door

Andy, with a current net worth of 4.0M, started investing in his 20's. He has 2.7M in retirement accounts, 780K in real estate, 50K in a 529 plan, 260K in music royalties, and 150K in cash. Andy discusses his path to wealth, how he acquired four rental properties, and provides terrific advice for being financially prepared. To learn more about Andy, check out his interview with the Dave Ramsey team at https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=8&v=W9Ghh1f-Igc. 
2/11/201932 minutes, 12 seconds
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67: Net Worth of 12.5M - The Wealthy Accountant

Keith, the wealthy accountant has a current net worth of approximately 12.5M. Keith discusses his story and path to wealth including his humble beginnings as a farmer. Keith hit his first million at age 31 and unveils his route to financial success which included primarily small business and real estate investments. He provides terrific advice on how to build your net worth, how to stay focused, and shares the best financial advice he ever received. 
2/4/201937 minutes, 53 seconds
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66: Net Worth of 1.7M - Builds and Sells Websites

Marc has a current net worth of 1.7M. After quitting his job at the age of thirty, he started building and selling websites. He has since sold six websites ranging in price from $10,000 to $500,000; he has sold several sites for six figures. Marc discusses his unique journey to wealth, the strategy around building websites and knowing when to sell, and how to value one's website or blog. Marc also divulges how much he holds in cash and in which Vanguard funds he invests. 
1/28/201938 minutes, 51 seconds
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65: Guest Interview - Joe From Stacking Benjamins

Today's guest interview features Joe from the stacking benjamins podcast. We discuss numerous topics including how the show got started (where the inspiration came from), thoughts on the FIRE movement (how much one needs to retire), where to get started on investing, and why people now tend to be more open with money. We also discuss Joe's background as a financial adviser, who needs one, and the future of the financial planning industry.
1/21/201939 minutes, 46 seconds
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64: Guest Interview - Chris Hogan on Everyday Millionaires

Today's episode features Chris Hogan, a member of the Dave Ramsey team. Chris discusses his new book, Everyday Millionaires, in which a third party study of 10,000 millionaires was conducted. He discusses numerous items from the book including the top three careers (engineer, accountant, and teacher), how to get of debt, the average savings rate of millionaires (15%) and millionaire salaries. He also shares a unique millionaire story and a bit about his own.
1/14/201927 minutes, 5 seconds
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63: Net Worth of 5.0M - Homeless Under a Bridge to Multimillionaire

Jude, with a net worth of around five million, was homeless in his late teens. Through a series of events, he decided to change his life and began working at a hospital. Shortly thereafter, he started his first business which ultimately failed. He bounced back and started another business which helped kickoff his success. Jude currently has holdings in businesses, real estate (single family, multifamily, and commercial) and other assets. Jude shares his remarkable story and provides terrific advice.
1/7/201942 minutes, 16 seconds
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62: Net Worth of 1.6M - Refugee to Millionaire

Vien, a refugee at birth, now resides in Australia and works as a pharmacist. She has a current net worth of 1.6M with 1.2M in real estate, 200K in her business, 90K in cash, and the remainder in retirement accounts. She discusses her career, allocating money between her business and other investments, and her financial goals for the future. Vien also shares that part of her financial motivation is remembering the time she had three dollars in her bank account and five dollars in her wallet. 
12/31/201828 minutes, 14 seconds
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61: Net Worth of 1.75M - First Million at Age 39

Joe has a current net worth of 1.75M. He works in IT and allocated his money 80% stocks and 20% bonds. Within that allocation, he chooses 60% domestic and 40% international holdings. Joe reached is first million at age 39 and expects the second million to come much faster. He dabbled in single stock investing and real estate, but prefers investing in mutual and index funds. His household range of income has been 52K to 180K. He also shares advice on when to purchase your first home.     
12/24/201829 minutes, 21 seconds
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60: Guest Interview - Michael Blank on Multifamily Investing

Michael Blank, a multifamily investor and host of the "Apartment Building Investing Podcast" shares his passion for multifamily investing and why he believes multifamily real estate is a fantastic investment.  Michael shares his background and investing failures, how to find your first deal, what to look for in a deal, and frequent mistakes made by real estate investors. He also discusses single family investments vs. multifamily investments.  
12/17/201827 minutes, 31 seconds
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59: Guest Interview - Jaime Masters From Eventual Millionaire

Today's guest, Jaime Masters, is a business coach and hosts the popular podcast, "Eventual Millionaire" where she interviews millionaire business owners. We discuss numerous topics including how to allocate money between one's business and other investments, finding success in the journey, the role of coaches and masterminds, and when to make new hires and the process of doing so. Check out the free resources mentioned at https://eventualmillionaire.com/jace/
12/10/201834 minutes, 3 seconds
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58: Net Worth of 1.2M - Female HR Professional on FIRE

Amber has a current net worth of 1.2M with 400K in a paid for home, and about 700K in traditional investments and retirement accounts. She also has money in HSA's, stock options, and an education savings account. The house was paid off in her early thirties and she wants to retire at age 45 with a net worth of 1.5M. Amber discusses mistakes (including overspending on credit cards) and offers terrific financial advice. She and her husband also adopted two children and paid for it all in cash.    
12/3/201838 minutes, 21 seconds
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57: Net Worth of 1.4M - Ten Years to Millionaire and an Airbnb

Cubert has a current net worth of 1.4M. He has 500K in a traditional 401K with 100% of the funds invested in a Vanguard S&P 500 index fund. He also has 250K in home equity, and 600K in other real estate holdings including a condo used for airbnb. Cubert discusses how he went from virtually nothing to millionaire status in ten years including building up his real estate portfolio to four single family rentals and one Airbnb condo. You can find him at abandonedcubicle.com.
11/26/201837 minutes, 36 seconds
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56: Net Worth of 3.3M - Lost 200K in the Market This Week

Jake, 41 years old, has a current net worth of 3.3M. He has a 700K house, about 2M in retirement accounts (including roth and traditional holdings) as well as investments in REITs, 529 plans, angel investments, and one rental property. Within his retirement accounts, he primarily invests in index funds. He has four children and discusses how he teaches them about money as well as his current thoughts on generational wealth. Jake also unveils his financial independence and retirement goals. 
11/19/201843 minutes, 55 seconds
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55: Guest Interview - Tom Wheelwright on Taxes

Tom Wheelwright, CPA is best known for making taxes fun and understandable. He specializes in helping entrepreneurs and investors build wealth through permanently reducing taxes. We discuss the new tax law including issues of divorce and alimony, real estate depreciation, car depreciation, business structuring, and how involved one should be with their own taxes. Check out his recent book "Tax Free Wealth: How to Build Massive Wealth by Permanently Lowering Your Taxes." http://wealthability.com/tfwamazon
11/12/201816 minutes, 22 seconds
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54: Net Worth of 1.4M - Single Mom and Teacher With Four Kids

In this episode Frogdancer Jones shares her story of financial success. Following her divorce 21 years ago, she started her journey with less than $100, a mortgage to pay, and four young kids. She discusses how frugality played a large impact on her success and how her teaching career, with an average salary of 70K, helped cover her needs. She shares motivational ideas for saving money, her portfolio allocation, and offers advice to those in a similar financial and life situation.  
11/5/201836 minutes, 4 seconds
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53: Net Worth of 1.2M - Marketing Manager and Ponzi Scheme Victim

Rick is a Canadian marketing manager with a net worth of 1.2M. He is married with two kids and has worked for the same company for 15 years. He holds 550K in a paid for house, about 350K in investments, and nearly 250K in his employee pension fund. Of the 350K, 90% are held in equity securities and 10% in bonds. He further breaks out his investments between US, Canadian, and international holdings. He unveils his investing philosophy and financial mistakes. 
10/29/201835 minutes, 26 seconds
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52: Net Worth of 5.0M - "I Didn't get Here by Contributing to a 401(k)"

This episode features Beau with a current net worth of 5M. He holds about 3M in an HR outsourcing firm - his core business. He also has 800K invested in the market, a paid for house valued at about 700K, and other small business ventures and land. We discuss his journey and strategy as an entrepreneur during which he's owned several businesses including an auto parts store, health clubs, and nutrition stores. We also discuss Beau's take on teaching his children about money and his financial goals.
10/22/201844 minutes, 26 seconds
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51: How About $100 Million?

In this episode we provide a recap of our last 10 interviews and discuss the lessons and trends we've learned from interviewing nearly 50 millionaires. Thus far, our interviewees have a combined net worth of nearly $100 million. We also provide updates on the show including future guest interviews with Robert Kiyosaki and Tom Wheelwright.
10/15/201835 minutes, 11 seconds
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50: Net Worth of 4.2M - Military Millions and a Government Pension

Today's episode features "Still-In" from MilitaryMillions.com. He has served in the military for 17 years, and has a current net worth of 4.2M including a government pension valued at 1.2M. His paid off house is worth over 400K, and he holds over 2M in traditional investments held primarily in Vanguard funds. We discuss his current allocation between Stocks and Bonds, and Domestic vs. International. "Still-In" unveils his investing strategies, cash holdings, and thoughts for financial success. 
10/8/201845 minutes, 34 seconds
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49: Guest Interview - Real Estate with Coach Carson

Today's guest, Coach Carson, is an active real estate investor, coach, and author of the new book, "Retire Early with Real Estate" (https://www.amazon.com/Retire-Early-Real-Estate-Investing/dp/1947200038/). We discuss how he started investing, his current real estate portfolio, and tips for investing success. He provides advice on goal setting, health insurance, teaching kids about money, leverage, and when enough is enough. His blog is www.coachcarson.com.
10/1/201843 minutes, 5 seconds
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48: Net Worth of 2.4M - Debt Free Doctor

Today's guest, debt free doctor, has a current net worth of 2.4M. He discusses his story of overcoming 250K of debt and unveils how he's been able to financially strive since being debt free. He has numerous investment vehicles including, but not limited to, home equity, real estate syndications and crowdfunding, taxable investments, IRAs, 529 plans, and HSAs. He invests primarily in Vanguard index funds. 
9/24/201837 minutes, 55 seconds
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47: Net Worth of 1.4M - Custodian with a 40K Salary

This episode features Jeff, a school custodian with a net worth of 1.4M. He has worked for the same school district for over 30 years and currently makes 40K a year. He has 1M in retirement accounts, and 180K in home equity. We discuss happiness and confidence levels as savings and net worth grew, sacrifices made along the way, and how he was able to reach millionaire status. Jeff shares his life and investing strategy, and unveils his current portfolio allocation.
9/17/201839 minutes, 36 seconds
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46: Net Worth of 1.5M - Small Business Owner with Two Rentals

Eric is a small business owner with investments in both the stock market and real estate. He grew up in a middle class family, served in the military for four years following high school, and studied finance in college. He has about 300K invested in the market, 100K in cash, 10K in Gold and Silver, and 1M in real estate (He currently owns two rental properties). Eric discusses his investments, small business ownership, generational wealth, and his financial goals. 
9/10/201834 minutes, 23 seconds
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45: Net Worth of 3.1M - IT Consultant with a Porsche

John has a current net worth of 3.1M, is in his late 40's, and is married with two children. At the age of 30, he had a net worth of nearly zero. His investments are split between financial securities and real estate. On the securities side, he has a 401(k), IRA's, and college savings accounts; they are primarily invested in target date retirement funds. On the real estate side, he owns two primary homes and three rental homes which he self manages. We also discuss generational wealth and expected returns.
9/4/201838 minutes, 50 seconds
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44: Guest Interview - Dividend Diplomats

The Dividend Diplomats are two twenty something friends with a shared interest of dividend investing and frugal living. On this guest episode we discuss the benefits of dividend investing, why they've chosen dividend investing, and how much they each earn from their investments. They explain "dividend aristocrats" and which companies fall into this category. Both Lanny and Bert divulge how they got started, and their financial goals for the future. 
8/27/201840 minutes, 3 seconds
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43: Net Worth of 1.2M - CPA with Timeshares and a Work-Life Balance

Today's episode features a CPA who has worked in both public and private accounting. She has continually strived to be frugal, invest, and grow her net worth. She has a current net worth of 1.2M. Dora mentions that she used to be a workaholic, but now works for the government in a job with better work-life balance. Her range of income during her working life has been $19,000 - $180,000. We discuss her financial history, investing strategies, and plans for the future.
8/20/201834 minutes, 24 seconds
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42: Net Worth of 3.0M - First Million at Age 45

Today's episode features a radiologist with a current net worth of 3.0 million. He hit his first million at age 45 and his second million just two years later. He holds 500K in his 401K, 500K in a standard brokerage account, and 500K in syndicated real estate deals. We discuss the mantra that doctors are bad with money and how he thinks that's changing. Furthermore, he shares his investing insights, how to work on the side, and his goals for financial success.   
8/13/201838 minutes, 57 seconds
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41: Net Worth of 1.9M - Almost a Millionaire, then Inherited a Million

KT has a current net worth of 1.9M. He's 51 years old with the goal to retire in four years, at age 55. He was almost a millionaire, and then inherited one million dollars from his father. KT discusses the inheritance, gives advice for those who receive one, and talks about the art of saying no. He's invested in numerous different real estate deals, has 250K in home equity, and holds up to almost 15% of his net worth in cash. 
8/6/201839 minutes, 33 seconds
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40: Review of Recent Episodes - 28.2M Combined Net Worth

In this episode we do a quick recap of the last 13 interviews, episodes 27-39. Not counting the two guest interviews, the combined net worth of the 11 millionaires interviewed in this segment is 28.2M. We discuss investing trends, different strategies, and share a brief summary of each interview. 
7/30/201836 minutes, 32 seconds
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39: Guest Interview - Millennial Investor Worth 450K

Anthon is a millennial with a current net worth of 450K. He currently works in software sales and has been working full time for five years. His allocation is 45% real estate, 30% financial securities, 15% cash and 10% in other categories including cryptocurrency. He owns a second home which cash flows about $500 per month. Anthon discusses his current portfolio, what he's doing to grow his investments, and how he plans to increase and maintain income producing assets. 
7/23/201835 minutes, 12 seconds
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38: Net Worth of 1.3M - Product Manager Still Paying Rent

Adam, a product manager, has a current net worth of 1.25M. He has 200K in retirement accounts and over one million in other brokerage and investment accounts. He's a big proponent of the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund (VTSMX) - a fund that claims over 40% of his holdings. He also as over 20% in Vanguard Total International Stock Index Fund (VGTSX). Adam also has around 5% of his portfolio (nearly 75K) in cryptocurrency. He spends about 55K per year and hit is first million at age 35.
7/16/201830 minutes, 9 seconds
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37: Net Worth of 1.2M - 30-Year-Old Oil and Gas Engineer

Tyler has a current net worth of 1.2M. He is 30 years old, lives in Canada, and is an engineer in the oil and gas sector. He discusses his portfolio allocation, passion for real estate, and how he was able to grow his net-worth so quickly. Tyler shares his appetite for risk and how taking risks early can lead to success. He unveils his investing strategies, financial mistakes, and offers advice for those trying to follow in his footsteps. He had a high school GPA of 4.0 and a college GPA of 2.7.
7/9/201835 minutes, 10 seconds
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36: Net Worth of 1.6M - Commercial Banker

Today's guest, Shirts, has a current net worth of 1.6M. He hit millionaire status at the age of 34, but only averaged 65K in salary for the first seven years of his career. He's worked 15 years for the same company, and holds 1.1M in retirement accounts. He provides career advice for increasing one's income and unveils his financial mistakes. Shirts also shares the thought of, "When a bear (market) shows up, just throw cash at it until it goes away.
7/2/201833 minutes, 24 seconds
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35: Net Worth of 1.0M - Industrial Engineer with a Side Business

Jack, an industrial engineer with a current net worth of 1.0M, is 30 years old with three kids. He works in the auto industry and helps his wife with a blog business on the side. He holds about 300K in his 401(K), 50K in his Roth IRA, and 14K in his HSA. His side business (blog) cash flows about 30K per month. As such, he plans to retire soon from his corporate job. During the interview with Jack, we discuss his financial goals, what he did to celebrate millionaire status, and how he decides how much to invest in his personal business vs other investment alternatives.  Jack wanted to share his free ebook of the 10 strategies he used to go from a broke college kid to 30 year old millionaire. You can download it at https://ninetofi.com/
6/25/201837 minutes, 35 seconds
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34: Net Worth of 1.3M - Mechanical Engineer

Chris is 46 years old, has three children, and has a background in mechanical engineering. His current net worth is 1.3M. He works for a global fortune 500 healthcare company and holds about 900K in traditional IRAs and his 401(k). He has worked for the same company for over 22 years. He prefers VTSAX, the Vanguard total stock market index fund, and discusses why that's his fund of choice. He also shares what a family vacation costs him, and discusses his SEPP retirement plan.
6/18/201841 minutes, 40 seconds
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33: Guest Interview - The Frugal Professor

The Frugal Professor has a current net worth of 500K. He unveils his plan for financial success and what he's doing now to reach millionaire status. He has five kids, an MBA and PhD; He's currently a college professor at a large university. The professor also provides terrific financial advice for new college grads including: spend less than you earn, learn the tax code, invest savings wisely, and track income and expenses. He also divulges how, and in what, he invests and how that allocation may change. 
6/11/201840 minutes, 17 seconds
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32: Net Worth of 2.2M - Buying Real Estate on Credit Cards

Finance Stoic (http://financestoic.com/) is a CPA in Canada with a current net worth of 2.2M and a net worth goal of 6.0M. He hit his first million at 37 years old and his second million just a couple years later. He's invested primarily in real estate and discusses how he started in real estate and how he financed multiple properties on credit cards. He unveils his plan for the future and the decisions behind his asset allocation. He also answers several rapid fire questions including his most expensive jeans, shoes, and car as well as his college GPA.
6/4/201836 minutes, 29 seconds
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31: Net Worth of 6.4M - Doctor who Overcame 500K of Debt

Dr. Cory Fawcett has a current net worth of 6.4M. He's 60% in real estate, 30% in financial securities, and 10% in cash and other holdings. During his career as a doctor, he grew his annual income to 250K. After buying his practice and an RV, he had 500K in debt. Cory unveils his debt payoff techniques (just under 6 years to payoff 500K), real estate investing, and other keys to financial success. Cory is now retired and travels regularly. His blog, "Prescription for Financial Succe$$" is linked below.   https://drcorysfawcett.com/
5/29/201843 minutes, 11 seconds
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30: Net Worth of 3.3M - From Marriage to Millionaire

Meg and her husband have a current net worth of 3.3M. Both of them are bankers, and were savers/investors prior to being married (she had a net worth of 900K, and he 100K). They have about 1M in stocks/bonds and 1M in real estate. She discusses investing in real estate via syndications vs. buying/managing your own property. Meg also unveils her three legged stool investment approach and discusses a couple of her financial mistakes.
5/21/201835 minutes, 49 seconds
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29: Net Worth of 3.4M - Engineer who Turned Down a 1.2M Salary

Steve, a retired engineer, has a current net worth of 3.4M. He shares his story and thoughtful insights on what has made him the classic "Millionaire Next Door." He worked at the same company for over 30 years, and discusses both the pros and cons of doing so. He shares the slogan, "Same House, Same Spouse, Same Car" and provides insight on how each of those pieces contributes to financial success. At one point after retiring, Steve received, and turned down, a job offer with an annual salary of 1.2M. 
5/14/201840 minutes, 58 seconds
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28: Net Worth of 6.5M - Doctor with a Life Changing Tesla

Doc G, today's guest, is a physician with a current net worth of 6.5M. As a physician with numerous side hustles, his income once reached about 1M per year; He currently makes about 250K per year. We discuss his side hustles and how much income they provide, how charitable giving has played a role in his wealth growth, and whether people treat him different once they find out he's wealthy. He also shares financial goals and several tips for financial success.
5/7/201840 minutes, 37 seconds
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27: Guest Interview - 500K Net Worth, 29-Year-Old Aspiring Millionaire

This interview features Taylor, a 29-year-old aspiring millionaire, with a current net worth of 500K. He has 350K in investments with the majority in ETF's and index funds allocated to both retirement and non-retirement accounts. He earned 30K annually in his first full-time job out of college, but returned to school for an MBA and has a current annual income of over 100K. Taylor discusses charitable giving, his financial mistakes, and offers wealth building advice. Check out his website at mrfiguy.com.
4/30/201830 minutes, 9 seconds
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26: How We Invest and Interview Recaps

This episode provides more detail about us, as well as interview summaries of our last ten millionaire interviews. We discuss our backgrounds, investing strategies, and plans for the Millionaires Unveiled podcast. We briefly introduce a new project, the Millionaire Scorecard, share insights on upcoming episodes, and discuss our multifamily investment opportunities. We review our most recent millionaire interviews, sharing key points and data from each person. 
4/23/201821 minutes, 40 seconds
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25: Net Worth of 6.5M - It's Never too Late to Start

Edna is a Canadian real estate investor with a current net worth of 6.5M. She's invested almost entirely in real estate and has built her portfolio to over 400 doors with a value close to 47 million dollars. Before becoming a full-time investor, Edna was a financial adviser. She opens up about her life story, how and when she started investing, and provides tips to financial success. Please see the link below for more info and a couple special offers. https://ednakeep.com/muv/
4/16/201835 minutes, 8 seconds
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24: Net Worth of 1.6M - Attorney with Precious Metals

OthalaFehu and his wife have a current net-worth of 1.6M. Both he and his wife work as government attorneys and primarily invest in Vanguard index funds across retirement and non-retirement accounts. They also own 80 dividend paying individual stocks, and hold 3% of their net-worth in precious metals. We also discuss investing strategies for both HSA's and 529 college saving plans. 
4/9/201838 minutes, 55 seconds
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23: Net Worth of 1.5M - Millenial Millionaire, The Green Swan

This episode features JW, one who has worked in corporate America for almost a decade and saved/invested annually to build his net worth. He chooses to invest primarily through index funds, and more recently purchased and currently manages a small business. He discusses working with family, buying and growing a small business, and overall risk tolerance. 
4/2/201834 minutes, 33 seconds
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22: Guest Interview - $100K+ Per Month Blog

Michelle runs the successful blog titled, "Making Sense of Cents." In 2017, she made over $1.5M blogging, and currently makes over $100K per month. She discusses how the blog got started, financial and business decisions made along the way, how she invests her money, and what she's doing now to grow her business. She also provides financial advice for both individuals and business owners and reveals, what she believes to be, the biggest financial mistakes.
3/26/201825 minutes, 40 seconds
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21: Net Worth of 2.2M - Biggest Mistake was Buying a House

Today's show features a couple focused on financial independence. They are both 36 years old and have a current net worth of 2.2M. They invest primarily in two classes of index funds, the S&P 500 and International. They currently hold no real estate investments besides their primary residence - a purchase they call their biggest financial mistake. Their current financial goal is to make 50K of passive income annually. 
3/19/201838 minutes, 23 seconds
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20: Net Worth of 2.5M - Physician With A Three Trick Investment Pony

Neil is a radiologist with a current net worth of 2.5M. He's been out of residency and working as a doctor for six years. He allocates his investments between both financial securities (70%) and bonds (30%). His 350K primary residence is fully paid off. Neil unveils his current physician salary, and the salary he received in residency. He also provides great advice to new doctors, and those still in school and residency.
3/12/201830 minutes, 48 seconds
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19: Net Worth of 5.1M - No Nonsense Landlord

Eric has a current net worth of over five million dollars which is evenly split between real estate and financial securities. He worked a corporate W-2 job (IT at a bank) until he was 50 years old. Following which, he transitioned to real estate investing full time. He now owns and self manages 25 units split among fourplexes, duplexes, and one single family home - all purchased in the last nine years. He provides great advice on not only how to get started investing, but also when to choose real estate.
3/5/201838 minutes, 2 seconds
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18: Net Worth of 2.1M - Started and Sold an IT Support Business

Today's guest, Michael, has a current net worth of 2.1M. He has 600K invested in financial securities between singles stocks, actively managed mutual funds, and index funds. He discusses his top holdings, strategies, and his conversion from single stocks to index funds. He was able to start and sell an IT support business which helped kick start his financial success. Michael also has three single family rentals and a syndicated real estate investment. 
2/26/201830 minutes, 34 seconds
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17: Net Worth of 2.7M - Annual Rental Income of One Million Dollars

This episode features Cory, a financial planner with a current net worth of 2.7M. 90% of his net worth is invested in real estate, primarily in smaller multifamily properties. He currently owns about 120 units - all of which are self managed. One of his first financial goals was to own ten rental properties and collect one million dollars in rent annually. He has since achieved this goal and unveils his route, strategy, and motivation along the way. 
2/19/201833 minutes, 58 seconds
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16: Net Worth of 2.0M - Retired at 33

Justin retired at the age of 33 with 1.3M. He has a current net worth of 2.0M. 90% of his money is invested in index funds with 50% of that being in U.S. funds, and 50% in international funds. Besides a small percentage of his net worth in a REIT, Justin has no other real estate investments. He and his wife both worked corporate jobs and maxed out their combined income at 140K. They both worked for 10 years before retiring, and have no plans to return to the workforce. 
2/12/201840 minutes, 19 seconds
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15: Net Worth of 3.1M - Early Retirement Now

Ern has a current net worth of 3.1M. Of that amount, 1.2M is invested in mutual funds, with about 1.0M in S&P 500 index funds. He discusses his preference for that fund and why he prefers index funds over actively managed mutual funds. He also talks about deferred compensation (150K) and option trading (650K). Ern also has about 500K in home equity. He provides great advice on when to take risks and discusses the benefits of starting early. 
2/5/201839 minutes, 39 seconds
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14: Total Net Worth of 28.6M - First 10 Interviews Recap

This episode aims to provide a brief summary of advice from each of the first 10 millionaire interviews. Each millionaire has a unique investing strategy and portfolio allocation. Check out our recent article on business insider titled, "We've interviewed nearly 50 millionaires about how they invest their money - here are 5 strategies anyone can implement." - Link below. http://www.businessinsider.com/best-investing-strategies-from-millionaires-that-anyone-can-implement-2018-1
1/29/201814 minutes, 28 seconds
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13: Guest Interview - The Money Guys

Brian and Bo are fee only financial advisers and co-hosts of the successful personal finance podcast, "The Money Guy Show." On their show, they discuss a wide range of timely financial topics and aim to restore order to your financial chaos. On this interview, they share their personal financial benchmarks and unveil the biggest financial mistakes and missed opportunities they see. They also reveal who (and who doesn't) need(s) a financial adviser and why.
1/22/201841 minutes, 29 seconds
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12: Net Worth of 2.0M - Mr. 1500 Days to Retirement

Mr. and Mrs. 1500, with a current net worth of two million dollars, are the guests on today's podcast. At the age of 39, Mr. 1500 had a goal to retire in 1500 days - something he accomplished. Their investments are bifurcated, almost evenly, between financial securities and real estate. As a couple they unveil their investing strategies and portfolio allocation. They discuss flipping single family homes, single stocks vs. mutual funds, and how to successfully work together as a couple on finances. 
1/15/201848 minutes, 56 seconds
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11: Net Worth of 1.8M - Female Real Estate Tycoon

Jennifer is 31 with a current net worth of 1.8M. Of that amount, 1.5M is real estate, composed mostly of duplexes and triplexes. She started her career in real estate development and now has 18 total units. She talks about her investing strategies and unveils why she prefers duplexes over larger multifamily properties. Jennifer is heavily focused on cash flow, and currently nets about 9K each month from these properties. She provides great advice on playing to win vs. playing not to lose. 
1/8/201833 minutes, 20 seconds
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10: Net Worth of 3.9M - Plumber Millionaire

John worked for 11 years in sales for a fortune 500 company prior to quitting his job and starting a plumbing business. He discusses his path to millionaire status - one that took over 30 years. He unveils his decisions along the way, and how he found the right combination of running a solid business and being an effective plumber. He also owns and self manages about 20 apartments. He has a current net worth of almost four million dollars.
1/1/201828 minutes, 50 seconds
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9: Net Worth of 1.1M - Inheritance of Wealth

This interview shares the story of Marco, who after his father's passing, inherited close to one million dollars. Prior to the inheritance, and at the age of 25, he was living paycheck to paycheck with very little investment knowledge and experience. We discuss Marco's story and he shares advice on what one might do when a large sum of expected, or unexpected money is inherited, given, or won.  
12/25/201733 minutes, 42 seconds
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8: Net Worth of 6.0M - Multifamily Real Estate

Jason is a multifamily real estate investor with a current net worth of six million dollars. He has 95% of his net worth invested in real estate, and has no plans to invest in the financial markets. Jason went to law school, passed the bar exam, and then turned down a prestigious job offer to begin flipping single family homes. He did so for a few years before meeting his business partner and shifting his investing strategy to multifamily apartment buildings.
12/18/201728 minutes, 6 seconds
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7: Guest Interview - Former Multimillionaire & Tech Entrepreneur

Trent is a former multimillionaire and current tech executive, consultant, and entrepreneur. His story is different than most of our guests, and his current net worth is below a million dollars. He initially started by dropping out of college, creating a WordPress theme, and growing his company to a million dollars in revenue. After selling the company, he reinvested his money in new ventures and continues to explore tech startups. Trent currently works in the business cloud computing space. 
12/11/201736 minutes, 13 seconds
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6: Net Worth of 1.0M - Retired at 36

This episode features Marc, a former financial planner. He worked for just over fifteen years, before retiring at the age of 36. After one year in retirement, he found himself bored and decided to return to the workplace. He has a current net worth of just over one million dollars, which is invested primarily in dividend growth stocks. He also runs the blog www.bamfmoney.com.
12/4/201741 minutes, 23 seconds
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5: Net Worth of 6.5M - The White Coat Investor

Dr. James Dahle, MD operates the successful blog titled “The White Coat Investor.” He’s an emergency physician residing in Utah and has a current net worth of between five and eight million dollars. He’s also written a book titled, “The White Coat Investor, A Doctor’s Guide to Personal Finance and Investing.” His aim with both the book, and website, is to educate doctors and others about personal finance and investing. He discusses his portfolio allocation and shares insights and tips of financial success.
11/26/201734 minutes, 54 seconds
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4: Net Worth of 1.1M - Five Single Family Rentals

11/19/201740 minutes, 55 seconds
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3: Net Worth of 1.6M - 90% in one Commercial Property

Mo has a current net worth of 1.6M. He lives in India, but travels often to the United States for work. He owns and leases a large commercial office property which is composed of 90% of his net worth. We ask him if that makes him nervous (having most of his net worth tied up in one property), and why he's chosen the allocation he has. He explains his reasoning, and unveils his mindset and investing strategy.
11/15/201733 minutes, 10 seconds
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2: Net Worth of 3.6M - Software Start-up

Chris has a current net worth of 3.6M. Most of his net worth came from the sale of a computer software company for 3M. Chris dives into how this business got started, and what he did to make it successful. He provides fantastic tips and input on growing and structuring a small business. After selling the business, Chris experimented with using a financial adviser vs. managing the money himself. After three years, he discovered that he was better-off managing the money himself.
11/15/201734 minutes, 39 seconds
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1: Introduction

This episode offers a brief introduction including who we are, what the show is about, and what you'll gain from listening. 
11/14/201714 minutes, 16 seconds