This week we got to sit down and talk with Jim Blankenship. Among many things, Jim is a talented author having released three books and an accomplished blogger. Not only does he write for his own blog, Financial Ducks in a Row, but he is also a regular contributor to Forbes, The Street, and FiGuide.
We discussed his books some, but we also picked Jim’s brain about his experience with successful investors and financially independent investors. After all, this podcast is about the habits, routines, and choices that lead to financial independence.
Who is Jim Blankenship? [0:40]
How do you define fiduciary? [2:25]
“What do you think of the F.I.R.E. movement?” [2:45]
Where does the ‘personal’ side come into personal finance? [6:19]
“What do you see that your wealthiest clients get right about money?” [7:45]
What are the most common mistakes people are making with their money? [10:22]
Are there any specific charities that you notice retirees enjoy? [13:36]
Social Security [15:10]
- What mistakes do people make with social security?
“Is there a mistake people are making with IRAs?” [21:02]
We’d like to extend a big thank you to Jim for joining us on The Mind of a Millionaire Podcast. We love discussing the habits that financially independent individuals practice in hopes that our listeners can adopt some in their own lives.
Jim has his own blog called Financial Ducks in a Row. As touched on in the show, he has also written three books:
- The Social Security Owner’s Manual
- Social Security for the Suddenly Single
- The IRA Owner’s Manual
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