There has been a lot of focus on FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early), but I am here to tell you that you can experience a lot of the benefit of FIRE before you get there. In fact, I’d argue FIRE can be detrimental to your life, and that partial FIRE could prove to be a better solution…it just might solve your problems.
Dualing viewpoints of the Backdoor Roth. Always enjoy a good guest post offering two different opinions on a controversial topic. Are you a Yay or Nay?
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.
Ah, tax season – the time of year almost no one enjoys. For doctors, it’s the time of year to realize just how much of their incomes are being given to their silent partner: good old Uncle Sam.
We go back to basics in this week’s Saturday Selection. The White Coat Investor shares foundational knowledge about the stock market to help grow your financial literacy.
Burnout has been a problem looming over the practice of medicine. It has many causes. We will discuss some of those causes and how financial independence directly counteracts some of them. This post ties in exactly why I see wealth and wellness as one big picture.
Financial advisors can be paid in a number of different ways, and it can be difficult to know how yours is paid and how much if you don’t ask.
Have you ever felt resentful towards your job? Sick of the constant requirements, administrative tasks, and lack of autonomy? You might be feeling bitter, and Vagabond MD has written a guest post to help you figure it out.
Spoiler alert: Here’s the moral of the story. Do not choose one investment over another simply because it advertises a higher rate of return.
Burnout is a big problem that doctors face. Dr. Jordan Frey shares his experience with burnout in today’s guest post.
Given your high income, becoming wealthy is really a choice. Once you choose, it’s no longer a matter of IF you become rich, but WHEN.
The Physician Philosopher’s Guide to Personal Finance has been called a two million dollar book. An overview of this excellent primer from Dr. James Turner.