Want to be wealthy? These are the four rules the White Coat Investor followed to achieve financial independence.
Month: February 2020
FIRE is all the rage lately, but I often feel like it can prove unhealthy – particularly for those of us early in our careers. Come see why I think you should choose FI over FIRE.
Your Money or Your Life is a 90s finance book that is still considered one of the most influential finance books to this day. Check out a review!
Having a side hustle can seem daunting, but being a business owner does provide some very real tangible benefits. Have you ever considered starting your own business? Here are 8 benefits of owning a business that may help you take the leap.
Goals are achieved through the small wins! When was the last time your celebrated the small accomplishments that helped you get where you are today?
All things in moderation, right? That’s not the tune that I am singing in this post. I want you to spend money. A lot of it. And I want you to do it guilt-free. It’s all about dialing in that personal finance equalizer to make that spending music to our ears. Come find out in this post.
When designing a multi-asset class portfolio, one of the hardest steps is to decide which asset classes you should include. Learn how to build the best doctor’s portfolio today!
Going back to the basics is almost always a good thing. Are you taking care of these 5 essential financial tasks?
The net worth updates continue as I outline where my family stands 2 and a half years after finishing training. I include our current assets, debts, when we will make $1 million in assets, and the age by which we should be financially independent.
This Saturday Selection details some of the poor financial decisions made by Physician on Fire, and why he doesn’t regret them!