Raymond Baker has spent a lifetime hunting down invisible money. Today he takes us down the rabbit hole…from offshore accounts, to creative accounting to overwhelmed banking systems, he details where hidden money lies in plain view. It’s a fascinating ride you won’t want to miss.
Plus, in our headlines segment, one man makes over $30,000 a month from his boat! How does he do it? We’ll perform a case study and the results will be surprising. We’ll also throw out the Haven Life line to a lucky listener and Doug will spoil you with a spoonful of his sheep-themed trivia.
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- 32-year-old brings in $39,000 a month renting his 2 boats to strangers—and only works 30 minutes a day (CNBC)
Big thanks to Raymond Baker for joining us today. To learn more about Raymond, visit RaymondWBaker.com. Grab yourself a copy of his book Invisible Trillions: How Financial Secrecy Is Imperiling Capitalism and Democracy and the Way to Renew Our Broken System
- What was the name of the very first sheep that was cloned in 1997?
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- Kevin, who’s been listening to the show since college and is now making money at 24 years old, is seeking advice on the best way to build a retirement portfolio. He wants to know how to leverage his most valuable asset, time, and his Roth 401K.
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Written by: Tina Ichenberg
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