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Month: August 2018
This is part 2 on medical expert witness work. Part 1 was featured on White Coat Investor. So, naturally, you should read both! Part 1 focused on how to get things started. Part 2 has more information one what to do (and not do) once you accept your first case.
Today’s post hopes to answer the following question: As doctors, why do we have a target painted on our back by financial professionals? Let’s talk about five targets that doctors provide. Hopefully, through this discussion, you will be more aware of how and why people aim to steal a part of the pie that is rightly yours.
There are a lot of reasons why doctors make financial mistakes. Many of them – that I am going to spend some time disproving today – were caused by lies, myths, and otherwise untrue statements that are told to us. Today we will dispel four lies about money that are told to physicians, which prevent them from making the right choices.
Today’s post is the first of what will be many Physician Finance Interviews where we ask doctors (and/or their significant others) questions about the debts, assets, and personal finance decisions. Come read about the successes, failures, and advice from other people who have walked in your shoes.
Our networth exploded this year because we have been living on 20% of our income, which was only possible because we didn’t buy a house. In fact, the more that I think about it, the more I realize that buying a house after residency is likely the number one reason physicians take so long to reach financial independence, if they reach it at all. Today’s post discusses our thought process.
It’s a topic not often discussed on personal finance websites geared towards teaching you how to build wealth, but its important: tithing and giving to charitable causes. Whether you are religious or not, this is an important topic to consider. Come dive in today’s post and leave a comment.
Today’s guest post is written about the conflicts of interest and hidden costs involved when purchasing a home. We will discuss realtors, mortgage brokers, mortgage bankers, and the differences between each of them. As someone looking to buy a home, this was a helpful post to me!
I’ve found that the discipline that comes from workout out and regularly exercising spreads to other areas of my life including spiritual, financial, and even work related areas. Once you learn to be disciplined in one area, its contagious and spreads to others. Today’s post discusses the intersection between personal finance and personal fitness.