Do you have any idea what you’re doing with money? If you’ve been here for a while, you might have a good guess. But if you’re not sure yet, you’re in the right place. Listen in to figure out the ten things you MUST DO to set yourself up for financial success.
What You’ll Learn:
In this epsiode of Money Meets Medicine, 10 Things You Must Do for Financial Success, you’re going to learn:
- How to figure out your big life goals.
- Avoiding life style inflation with the 10% rule.
- Why you need an emergency fund (obviously).
- All the odds and ends of creating an investing plan.
- The fun about taxes!
- And more!
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This Episode’s Sponsor
This show is brought to you by Lawrence Keller at Physician Financial Services. Larry has spent the last thirty years providing disability insurance and term life insurance to residents, fellows and attendings.
With all that experience, Larry has been a “go-to” resource for both of us when it comes to all things insurance. He is a trustworthy, dependable, and truly independent insurance agent that will help you find the best policies, including any applicable discounts, to meet your individual needs, goals and budget. You can find him here: thephysicianphilosopher.com/pfs
Listener Question of the Week:
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