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Out and About: Joshua's Financial Privacy Advice on the Complete Privacy & Security Podcast: (My interview starts at 7:30 into the show.) I recently gave an interview to the Complete Privacy and Security Podcast on the topic of financial privacy. I think it was a really good interview. This interview was originally published on December 8,...

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(My interview starts at 7:30 into the show.) I recently gave an interview to the Complete Privacy and Security Podcast on the topic of financial privacy. I think it was a really good interview. This interview was originally published on December 8, 2017 here: https://operational-security.com/cps-podcast-e058-financial-privacy-security/ -- SHOW NOTES INTRO Motherboard Guide to Not Getting Hacked MAIN TOPIC Joshua Sheats of Radical Personal Finance joins us to discuss: – Why being financially stable (and ideally independent) is an important component of personal privacy – Joshua’s Stages of Financial Independence, and what each of them means: Stage 0: Financial Dependence Stage 1: Financial Solvency Stage 2: Financial Stability Stage 3: Debt Freedom Stage 4: Financial Security Stage 5: Financial Independence Stage 6: Financial Freedom Stage 7: Financial Abundance – How to pick make an accountant or financial planner who respects your financial privacy & security – Episode 459 of Radical Personal Finance: Don’t Trust Your Financial Advisor! – How trusts and LLCs can impact your finances and privacy – How much cash you should have on hand and where you should store your emergency fund – Episode 481 of Radical Personal Finance: Where Should I Keep My Emergency Fund? – Which precious metals you can sell in any amount without reporting the sale to the IRS – Joshua’s thoughts on investing in precious metals, Bitcoin, and other alternative assets – What you need to do right now to begin achieving financial independence Be sure to check out Radical Personal Finance – it’s one of my favorite podcasts! OFFENSE/DEFENSE No Offense/Defense this week. LISTENER QUESTIONS 1. How secure and/or private is Paypal.com? Do you recommend using Paypal? 2. If my bank doesn’t offer two factor authentication, what else can I do to protect my account?

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