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There's good financial advice out there. And then there is financial advice that is not only bad, but costly. Here are 2 of the worst ways to pay for financial advice (and why you should avoid them).
This is a guest post written by Dr. John Lim who is a well-known author in the personal finance world. He often writes for the Humble Dollar and has submitted guest posts to multiple WCI Network partners. Dr. Lim is in the process of creating a personal finance curriculum for his residents in Reno, NV. ... Read more
I love listening to podcasts.  In a very busy world, I’ve found them to be something I can do even when life is crazy.  You can listen to them while you work out, commute to work, when writing notes, or as your unwind for the day.  Given my affection for podcasting, I’ve been looking for ... Read more
Unfortunately, many of us are left to figure out personal finance all on our own. Yet, there is a better way. And it starts with figuring out the puzzle one step at a time. Here are 5 of the most important steps.
One thing I don't do well with in life is regrets. Many physicians talk about leaving medicine. Yet, few actually pull the cord. Would you regret leaving medicine? POF tells us his thoughts in this Saturday Selection.
Performing your first backdoor Roth IRA can be confusing. It was for me, which is why I created this handy Backdoor Roth IRA guide.

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worst financial advice

There’s good financial advice out there. And then there is financial advice that is not only bad, but costly. Here are 2 of the worst ways to pay for financial advice (and why you should avoid them).

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This is a guest post written by Dr. John Lim who is a well-known author in the personal finance world. He often writes for the Humble Dollar and has submitted guest posts to multiple WCI Network partners. Dr. Lim is in the process of creating a personal finance curriculum for his residents in Reno, NV. As you’ll see below, I’m sure that he will find great success in helping improve physician financial literacy! If you

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I love listening to podcasts.  In a very busy world, I’ve found them to be something I can do even when life is crazy.  You can listen to them while you work out, commute to work, when writing notes, or as your unwind for the day.  Given my affection for podcasting, I’ve been looking for a way to podcast more consistently, and I am excited to tell you where you can find it!   Ryan Inman,

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Personal Finance Puzzle

Unfortunately, many of us are left to figure out personal finance all on our own. Yet, there is a better way. And it starts with figuring out the puzzle one step at a time. Here are 5 of the most important steps.

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Should I quit medicine?

One thing I don’t do well with in life is regrets. Many physicians talk about leaving medicine. Yet, few actually pull the cord. Would you regret leaving medicine? POF tells us his thoughts in this Saturday Selection.

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Backdoor Roth IRA Conversion

Performing your first backdoor Roth IRA can be confusing. It was for me, which is why I created this handy Backdoor Roth IRA guide.

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