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Jimmy Turner, MD

5 Reasons Doctors Prefer Passive Real Estate Investing

5 Reasons Doctors Prefer Passive Real Estate Investing

Roughly 25% of physicians prefer directly owning rental properties (active) while the remaining 75% prefer investing in other people’s deals (passive). The thing is, many think you need to choose either one side and stick with it. The truth is, you can do both. I’ve maintained a hybrid approach investing in deals dependent on how much capital I have and what the opportunities are. Read today’s guest post to learn more.

A Tale of 4 Single Primary Care Physicians

A Tale of 4 Single Primary Care Physicians

Your finances as an unmarried individual filing taxes a single filer while earning significantly less than a specialist or a dual-income household will look a lot different. Read today’s guest post to learn more.

Why Creating Additional Income Streams is No Longer Optional

Why Creating Additional Income Streams is No Longer Optional

It’s becoming more and more common to see people, regardless of their careers, lifestyles, or situations, working towards creating streams of income outside of their day job. I’m here to tell you why it’s no longer a fun hobby. Now, it’s a necessity.

Why VTSAX?

Why VTSAX?

The Vanguard Total Stock Market Fund, ticker symbol VTSAX, gets a lot of attention and love from authors and investors alike. But why VTSAX? I’ll dig into what VTSAX actually is and how it’s performed while discussing what makes the “Vermont Saxophone” such a popular choice for do-it-yourself investors.