If you aren’t automating your financial tasks, you are likely leaving money on the table. Learn 6 ways to pay yourself first, so that you can find efficient financial success.
Month: January 2020
How do you define wealth? Do you need to feel wealthy? Or do you know you’re wealthy when you’ve hit the right number? How you define wealth impacts your freedom!
Have you ever wanted a financial advisor’s inside perspective on fee-models? Well, today is your day. If you have a financial advisor (or if you are considering one), this post is a must-read.
Have you ever thoughts about private schooling for the kids? Or living in a more expensive location? Is this your current situation? Here are a physician finance expert’s thoughts on that situation.
There is a lot we can learn from sports, even if you don’t like to play or watch. I dare you to not laugh while reading this post featuring quotes from Marshawn Lynch to Bobby Jones. These principles apply just as much to your personal finances as much as they do to sports. Check it out.
Money is too taboo to talk about with students and residents, right? That’s a common line of logic, unfortunately. Here are five myths about personal finance education, and how they don’t line up.
Roth or a Traditional 401(k)? Which one is better for you? Check out the key factors of each option to see what suits your needs!
Everyone loves talking about FIRE, but not the inherent problem that FIRE creates – the Early Retirement Gap. What is it and how can you avoid it? Keep reading to find out.
Going part-time as a doctor is a big decision. There are certainly benefits and consequences to making that decision. Here is a list of the pros and cons you must consider before taking the plunge.
Each New Year, many of us spend some time creating New Years resolutions. If you have trouble coming up with good financial goals, here are 11 SMART financial goals worth pursuing and how to go about creating them…