Making bad financial decisions is easier than we care to admit. Check out the worst financial decisions of 2019 so you don’t make the same mistakes in 2020.
Month: May 2020
Do you know whether to pay down debt or invest? Having trouble getting on the same financial page with your spouse? Have you tried (and failed) budgeting? It is time for a cash flow plan that helps you find your financial freedom. Here is how to do it!
Money is a funny thing. When you first start gaining financial literacy it all seems very...
Most docs struggle with finances and lifestyle inflation and saving. Learn to beat these struggles with some advice from White Coat Investor.
Do you ever feel guilty later for a purchase you made? Maybe it was the car. Or the house. Or that fancy new bike, clothes, or purse. Regardless, there is an answer to guilt-free spending that involves spending MORE money on what you love. Read this post to find out more.
Generation Xers are reaching financial freedom and eager to share their stories. Two books on financial independence from Generation X reviewed.
Have you considered refinancing (or purchasing) a home recently? We have, and we did refinance our home. If you’ve ever had questions about the process, click the link to read the post.
There are two sides of the investing coin when it comes to purchasing rental properties. Do you pay for rental properties in cash or use leverage?
As a physician being exposed to the risks of COVID-19 you may need a place to live to avoid exposing others to these issues. Join along as Dr. Inc gives some options for where to live during a pandemic.
Here is the latest installment of our net worth. It is quite a doozy! Like everyone else, the market made us take a hit. How big of a hit was it? Read the post to find out.
Can you image if you could create a budget without having to worry about making any debt payments? White Coat Investor shares what this is like from personal experience!