72. Answering questions about recessions, marrying the right person, and firing a financial advisor
This is a special solo episode where I answer questions from members of my Money Coaching program. In today’s episode: How to handle a recession, how I thought about marrying the right person, how to hire a financial advisor (one of my favorite stories), and how to apply some of my advice to your situation. Join Money Coaching here: iwt.com/moneycoaching
00:01:16 — 1: What advice do you have about combining finances with a partner?
00:08:35 — 2: How does your money strategy change for a recession?
00:15:13 — 3: What would Ramit say to a single person who wants to marry the right person?
00:23:11 — 4: $3 questions vs. $30,000 questions
00:26:18 — 5: I'm a late starter. How do I calculate my contributions after age 50?
00:28:50 — 6: How do I balance funding an emergency fund and contribute to retirement every month?
00:33:01 — 7: What is your recommended asset allocation?
00:33:11 — 8: I'm curious how others think about different kinds of debt.
00:39:39 — 9: How do I fire a financial advisor?
00:50:54 — 10: Should I continue contributing to my Roth IRA even when the market is doing so poorly?
00:52:58 — 11: What is something about psychology Ramit wishes more people knew and took action on?
00:56:36 — 12: How do I protect my kids and think about where I want my money to go when I die?
01:03:09 — 13: I’m throwing out a humble brag after checking the history of my earnings at ssa.gov.
01:04:30 — 14: I’d like to celebrate a win overcoming invisible money scripts while out to dinner with my family.
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