I've had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Cory Fawcett on multiple occassions at FinCon. As a...
Month: November 2019
Did you know that as of October 1st, 2019 all CFP’s are required to act as a fiduciary? Ever wondered if your CFP was putting your needs (or the company’s) first? Now, they have to tell you. Even Northwestern Mutual.
All that many want is good financial advice, at a good price, for the least conflict of interest. That can’t be too hard to find, right? Not if you know what you are looking for…
After spending the last few years paying off all of our non-mortgage debt, including our $200,000...
Who you hang out with matters…and not just because it determines how much fun you have. It may determine who and what you become.
It’s like that recurring dream where you can’t move. The harder we run, we just can’t seem to catch up to anyone else. Often times, people in real life can feel this way when it comes to finances, because they don’t know the real secret to financial success. This post should help.
I’m going to say something wildly unpopular… I’m not a fan of FIRE. At least not half of it. Come find out which half, and why.
The Physician Philosopher blog has come a long way since it’s inception in November 2017! If you want the details, you have to read the post.
Need help dealing with a bad 401K? What should I invest in if index options aren’t a choice, or my index options have high expense ratios? First, recognize it is a bad 401K. Then, read this post to figure out what to do with it.
If you have disability insurance from Northwestern Mutual (or are considering it), this post is a must read.
I’m often asked how doctors can know whether the disability insurance policy they have been offered (or already have) is any good. This comprehensive post goes a long way towards figuring that out. Break out your policy, and find out if you need to make a change!
Let’s get real for a minute. Our debt is a big burden in most of our lives. It limits our freedom, and our choices. Is there anything that we can do?
Timing the market is easy. You simply buy when the market is low, and sell when the market is high. Right? Come find out why this line of thinking is a bit of fool’s gold.