Dan Prescher, Editor Of International Living, joins Jim to discuss how Americans are living overseas for $1,500 per month and less. Locations like Panama, Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Mexico are seeing an influx of Americans. With access to low cost healthcare, inexpensive housing and food, Americans are living on less than half of what it costs them to live in the United States. Read more →


Jim discusses the huge financial benefit of geographic arbitrage, why the Sinclair Broadcast statement was much about nothing, who the trade war will really hurt, will Zuckerberg gain or lose from testifying on Capitol Hill?, and a major change coming to your credit cards this year Read more →


Many regular readers know that I have been writing and talking a lot lately about how to find travel deals. After just returning from Europe, I guess I have the 'travel bug' and am more excited than ever about planning future trips. I have been doing a lot of research trying to decide on our next trip, and along the way I have been seeing frequent mentions of house sitting as a strategy to get free accommodations. So, I decided to dig a little deeper into the idea... To my surprise, house sitting has really become a big deal -... Read more →


He’s the most prolific, enigmatic, and dangerous offender the State of California has ever known... yet he remains unidentified and unpunished to this day. With over one hundred burglaries, fifty rapes, and possibly a dozen murders, the “East Area Rapist” / “Golden State Killer” / "Original Night Stalker" was truly one of history’s most vile and heinous criminals. He seemed to appear out of nowhere in the mid-1970s near Sacramento, California, where he began a series of rapes and murders that left police baffled and communities on-edge. He couldn’t be tracked, he couldn’t be found, and he couldn’t be stopped.... Read more →


There is a new browser in town called Brave. It was created by one of the individuals behind the popular Firefox browser. Brave offers a high speed browsing experience through ad blocking and increased security. What's more, Brave pays users in cryptocurrency just for using their browser. The idea behind the payment system is to provide a so called micro-payment solution for online content creators. The cryptocurrency is called BAT, which stands for Basic Attention Token. The value of one BAT token is presently 18 cents. The more you use Brave, the more tokens you will accumulate in your online... Read more →


Jim welcomes cryptocurrency expert Sean Worthington, the inventor of CloudCoin. Worthington shares his view on why his cloud based coin is superior to Bitcoin and other blockchain based currencies. Worthington discusses the state of the cryptocurrency industry, government interference, and more. He also shares with listeners how they can get a free copy of his book, 'Beyond Bitcoin' and five free CloudCoins. Read more →


Jim shares his top five travel deal website recommendations and a preview of his upcoming trip to Italy and Switzerland. Also, the bizarre story of the Florida School For Boys which was closed after operating for 111 years when the remains of 55 students were discovered in unmarked graves. Jim also discusses his article '8 Ways To Cut Your Monthly Expenses By $800.' Read more →


There are hundreds of so called 'travel deal' sites. I love to travel, and have made it a personal challenge to find travel deals. My family and friends will tell you that I get more of a charge out of the deals than actually taking the trips (its a financial nerd thing). In this article I will share with you my five favorite travel deal sites and how I personally use them to find bargains worldwide. One major point that is central to my travel deal hunting is being flexible. This means that I will consider multiple airports for departure... Read more →


The indispensable guide to earning a six-figure take-home income on your own terms, from Forbes.com contributing writer Elaine Pofeldt. The rise of one-million-dollar, one-person businesses in the past five years is the biggest trend in employment today, offering the widest range of people the most ways to earn a living while having the lifestyles they want. In The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business, Elaine Pofeldt outlines the pathways to joining this entrepreneurial movement, synthesizing advice from hundreds of business owners who've done it. She explains how to identify, launch, grow, and reinvent the business, showing how a single individual can generate $1... Read more →


On this episode Dan Pilla joins Jim Paris to discuss the new tax cut, and how to solve a myriad of problems with the IRS - including what to do if you have not filed a tax return in several years, what if you get a collection notice from the IRS, how to protect your rights when the IRS is making a collection demand against you, and how to determine what taxes are owed on Bitcoin and cryptocurrency profits. Read more →


On this episode Jim shares his thoughts on the Parkland school shooting. Why it seems inevitable that more armed security will be required in our schools, and why new gun laws are not the answer. The Russian indictments - why they are meaningless, and why they vindicate Trump from collusion claims, and Bitcoin makes a comeback back above $10,000. Read more →