Our last episode of May is an interview with Rich Carey of www.RichonMoney.com.
Rich is our third military interview in as many weeks, and is currently in the US Air Force, 2 years from retirement. On his website, www.RichonMoney.com, under the Real Estate Tab, you'll find his "Complete Guide to Real Estate Investing."
Rich flipped houses in Washington D.C. to help build his income, he purchased rental properties for cash, he paid off $32,000 in student loans, and his $280,000 mortgage in six years !!
For more information, visit his website, or contact him at Rich.Carey@gmail.com, or contact me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.
This week, we interview Financial Advisor Forrest Baumhover with Westchase Financial Planning.
Our office is located in Westchase, just outside of Tampa, Florida. We met Forrest with a Keep It Local networking group. We both enjoy running, and helping people manage their money. In fact, both Forrest and I will be at FinCon, September 26 - 29, 2018, in Orlando, FL.
Forrest retired from the Navy in April 2017, and now helps his clients understand and plan for retirement. You can contact Forrest at Forrest@WestchaseFinancialPlanning.com or www.WestchaseFinancialPlanning.com. Or you can reach me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.
In this week's episode, we interview Doug Nordman ("Nords") about his book The Military Guide, which you can find on his website, the-military-guide.com.
Nords joined the Submarine Force (Navy) right out of college and, upon retirement, found that there was a lack of information to show military members how to retire without having to go back to work. The Military Guide provides service-members, veterans and their families with a road map for becoming financially independent.
For more information, visit his website, or contact me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.
In the week's episode of the podcast, I talk to Chris Costello, Chairman and Co-Founder of Blooom.com (with three "o's").
You'll hear the story of how Blooom.com got started in 2004, how the company created its vision and mission (and sticks to those ideals consistently). Chris and I talk about why he started a DIY Financial Planning Company and the challenges most of us face when dealing with "traditional" financial advisors.
Chris even throws in a few tips on how he manages his debt, and his finances.
For more information, visit their website at www.blooom.com, remember there are three "O." And for more information about the all of our episodes, please visit our website at www.YesnerLaw.com or email me directly at Shawn@Yesnerlaw.com.
In this week's episode of the podcast, we interview our friend, Jim Jenkins, founder of Jenkins Law.
Jim started Jenkins Law in 2013 following stints as a Pinellas County Assistant State Attorney (prosecuting people who violated criminal laws), and as an associate attorney at a large Clearwater firm handling personal injury matters.
In fact, just about 3 years ago, Jim's wife, Kelly-Ann Jenkins joined the firm as a partner, and helped Jim grow a firm that now has multiple staff and 2 other associate attorneys. Jim, Kelly-Ann and the team handle criminal law, personal injury law, and insurance litigation (first-party and third-party litigation).
In today's episode, Jim and I discuss first party insurance litigation - where you sue your own insurance company for damages covered by your insurance (versus third party litigation, where you sue the insurance company of the person who injured you).
For more information about first party litigation, or if you have questions about your rights under your own insurance policy, contact Jim through his paralegal Kate at Kate@JenkinsLawPL.com, or visit the website at www.JenkinsLawPL.com.
Or, if you want us to make the introduction to Jim and his team, contact us at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.