Getting good financial advice can prove challenging. One reason? Trust. Here are are five reasons you should’nt trust the financial industry.
I still remember exactly where I was when suicide first touched my life. I was in my second year of residency. I was sleeping. It was 2 am two days before Christmas when I received the call from my mom. I can’t explain why, but I knew immediately. This started my journey into wondering why doctors kill themselves.
Editor: I’ve changed up the way I’ve invested additional money. I’d like to share how and why...
I still loved driving my Chevy SS. The roar of the naturally aspirated V-8 as I churned through...
Investing money for your kid’s college education can be a tough choice. Should you do it at all? If you do, what’s the best way? Are there any hacks for this sort of thing? All this and more in today’s post.
It is not a sexy topic, but it is one of the most important (if not THE most important) topic in personal finance for doctors. Here are the top 10 questions about disability insurance for doctors, and an answer to each. Don’t skip this. It’s important, and that is coming from someone who screwed this up and cannot get disability insurance now.
The Bogleheads’ Guide to the Three-Fund Portfolio teaches a simple and effective way to invest so you can move on with your life.
Today is the third installment of the quarterly net worth update, but it is actually a full year out (I wasn’t blogging during the first quarter) from training at this point. My goal for this time point was to have $100,000 in assets at this point. Two years out I planned to have a positive net worth. To find out how I did, keep reading.
An early career physician has a lot going on and doesn’t need to get everything just right, but there are a few financial priorities that should be recognized.
Many doctors ask (particularly in July) what are the top 10 tasks a physician should complete when they become an attending physician. I hope this post helps you answer that question!
Here are three very important keys to keep in mind when starting your business.
The following is a review of this course, which is called Fire Your Financial Advisor. The review is long, but this course includes over 6 hours worth of video and presentation information all-in-all. Want to sneak a peek? Read more to find out.