In your financial life, are you like a lemming? Do you follow the herd right off the cliff? In today’s post, come find out how to pave your own path, and when it is okay to follow the financial herd.
Month: October 2019
With all my talk of financial independence, I plan on dropping out of medicine as soon as I can. Right? Nope. Here are 5 reasons I don’t plan on joining the drop out cub.
Should you get a prenup? That’s an important question to consider. Let the White Coat Investor help you out.
With features from two new physician blogs, new podcast episodes, and much more – this is your monthly checkout for October.
Who knew that choosing your friends could have such a profound impact on your finances?
Should I pay off my debt or invest? That’s a tough question. Yet, I firmly fall into the debt pay off group much of the time. Am I just bad at math? Or is there more to it? Here are 5 reasons you should consider focusing on paying off your debt.
Slow travel is an art. And this post sets a great example. So, if you’ve ever considered the idea, come find out what it looks like!
Can money buy happiness? The short answer? It depends. The long answer is a whole lot more interesting. And it is all in this post.
You were strong enough when you lost your autonomy for the first time along this journey to becoming a doctor. You were strong when your empathy began to fade. You are still strong enough today to fight this fight.
After running this blog for about 18 months, I came to the realization that things had to change. ...
You might think you like choices… but that just isn’t really true. Sometimes more choice can lead to indecision. And even when we do choose, we are constantly afraid of losing it! This all impacts your money decisions… and it’s all in today’s post.
There’s good financial advice out there. And then there is financial advice that is not only bad, but costly. Here are 2 of the worst ways to pay for financial advice (and why you should avoid them).