"I have frequently told physicians and dentists that the first really good personal finance and investing book you ever read is likely to be worth $2 Million to you over the course of your life... This is a $2 Million book." ~ James M. Dahle, MD (The White Coat Investor)
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Everyday it seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done that requires our attention. What if I told you that there was a systematic solution to this problem? And you could start fixing it today?
In the military, leaders eat last. They let their more junior soldiers get their meals first. The troops must eat! This isn’t just a tradition. It is an intentional decision to build trust, loyalty, and a culture of pride. Medicine has a lot to learn from this…as you’ll find out today.
It is the time of year when freshly minted interns are about to be made, and graduating residents are about to become brand new attending physicians. So, I thought it might be helpful to outline how I created and then maintained my personal finance knowledge base during those times of transition. Specifically, this post is aimed at answering, “How Should A Doctor Learn About Personal Finance and Money?” My hope is that after you read
Have you ever thought about leaving medicine? Have you realized that the hospital won’t love you back? Tag along for today’s post as we discuss why sometimes leaving medicine isn’t the best answer.
Do you want to diversify your investments? Have you considered investing in real estate, but don’t want the hassle of property management? Do you want to benefit from the tax advantages of real estate? Then I’ve got an online course for you…and this is the review of that course.
It’s that time of month again. Here are this month’s posts that you should checkout.