What is a Health Savings Account (HSA)? How is it diferrent than an FSA? Why does everyone talk about it? What expenses does an HSA cover? Should you use your HSA for that big procedure you just had? All that and more in today’s post.
Jimmy Turner, MD
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.
I told him I needed life insurance. He said sure. He told me I needed disability insurance. I told him no (three times in fact). He asked if I was healthy, and I mentioned a couple of medical problems for which I get treatment. Eventually, though he sold me on the idea of going for it. “What could it hurt to try….” It hurt a lot.
Charitable giving and tithing can be a touchy subject. This website is not here to tell you what to do, but it is here to challenge you and to get you to make intentional financial decisions. That’s just what this post on tithing does.
I published a post discussing the most recent Medscape burnout & depression survey results for...
Editor's Note: I have very strong opinions on insurance after my own personal experience. That's...
We all know the story. The happy and forward looking medical student entering their first year, and the end result of the burned out and depressed doctor at the end. The road to hell is paved with good intentions. How did we get here? This is why I write.
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.
Editor’s Note from Jimmy: This article was written by Larry Keller at Physician Financial...
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.
The time has come. I am done explaining to others why I refuse to let being a physician define me. Burnout has made me choose life.
Money can be tough. But htere are ways to make sure you are winning at personal finance. Here are your first five steps on your journey to wealth.