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I got really fired up after reading a post by WCI that mentioned money as a taboo topic in medical training culture. It's time academic attending physicians made a change, took responsibility, and stopped sucking at our jobs.
I share some big news today at the end of the monthly checkout. Before that, I share some awesome posts that are worth your time. From burnout to financial independence to the impact of the student loan crisis on women physicians. It's all in this month's monthly checkout.
Why are you more likely to go to the gym after buying a membership? Why can't you sell that car at a loss, even if it is what is best? Why do we buy insurance products on everything? Because you are afraid of loss, and it might be killing your finances.
I definitely don't want to get called in the middle of the night when someone's heater stops working... that's just not for me. Is that actually the reality of investing in real estate? Does it take up that much time? It doesn't have to, as you'll find out in today's WCI Network Selection.
Accumulating a decent savings isn't actually the hard part... the hard part is keeping enough of it around to last during retirement. Will you fall to sequence of return risk? Or will you be prepared with the best asset allocation?
Should you save for tomorrow or live for today? It can be a challenging problem for many to figure out. Can we have our cake and eat it too?

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Teach Personal Finance

I got really fired up after reading a post by WCI that mentioned money as a taboo topic in medical training culture. It’s time academic attending physicians made a change, took responsibility, and stopped sucking at our jobs.

Read More »
July Monthly Checkout

I share some big news today at the end of the monthly checkout. Before that, I share some awesome posts that are worth your time. From burnout to financial independence to the impact of the student loan crisis on women physicians. It’s all in this month’s monthly checkout.

Read More »
Sunk Cost Fallacy

Why are you more likely to go to the gym after buying a membership? Why can’t you sell that car at a loss, even if it is what is best? Why do we buy insurance products on everything? Because you are afraid of loss, and it might be killing your finances.

Read More »
investing in real estate

I definitely don’t want to get called in the middle of the night when someone’s heater stops working… that’s just not for me. Is that actually the reality of investing in real estate? Does it take up that much time? It doesn’t have to, as you’ll find out in today’s WCI Network Selection.

Read More »

Accumulating a decent savings isn’t actually the hard part… the hard part is keeping enough of it around to last during retirement. Will you fall to sequence of return risk? Or will you be prepared with the best asset allocation?

Read More »
Now or Later Fallacy

Should you save for tomorrow or live for today? It can be a challenging problem for many to figure out. Can we have our cake and eat it too?

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