"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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If you have ever wondered about how much you can take out in retirement or if you will be able to withstand a down market right when you retire, this post is for you. It is a case study with graphs and charts that will help you better understand the dilemma, and whether you have “enough” to be financially independent. It is a must read.
There is a lot that you can learn about investing, and yet even the experts don’t believe the “how to” portion is the most important thing you should learn about investing. What is it then? What is the most important determinant to your investing success? Keep reading to find out.
You are the average of the five people you surround yourself with. This is why you must choose your friends carefully, and take advantage of social arbitrage. This might be most important determinant in your spending habits, and your chance at financial success.
Some get to financial independence through investing until they get to “their number”. Others prefer creating passive income streams until their monthly costs are covered. While I prefer the hybrid model between these two approaches, today we will focus on the passive income side of the model when we discuss Investing in Turn Key Real Estate.
Burnout has been in the news a lot lately. Maybe the big time media is finally catching on to what the rest of us have been talking about. It is now an official diagnosis, and TIME investigated how costly it is to medicine. We will explore all of that and outline 4 ways that financial independence can fight burnout.
Over 50% of physicians will change jobs within two to five years after taking their first job. That’s a pretty staggering number. It is not surprising, though. While we can be dedicated and loyal employees, we also realize that hospitals do not always love us back. For this reason, it is necessary for physicians to protect themselves when it comes to their relationship with their employers. Today, I want to explore one essential technique to setting