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FinCon is the highlight of the year for many of us. While I cannot include an exhaustive list of everyone who came (there are over 2,500 people), I did want to highlight some of the physician finance bloggers I met, and their great content. Come find out what you’re missing!
I’ve wanted to get more time off at work for the last 18 months. Through the tools necessary to have a crucial conversation, I was able to be brutally honest and maintain my relationship with my chair. You, too, can avoid destroying relationships while being honest about your needs. Find out how in this post.
Seeing different points of view is a good thing. While I don’t personally plan on becoming an investment collector, I think it’s good for you to know what it looks like. After reading this post, you might be able to decide one way or another if it’s for you.
Have you ever wanted a financial checklist to make sure you are starting off on the right foot? Well, this guest post written by a fee-only financial planner should point you in the right direction!
Ever wondered if you should pay off your debt or invest? This case study could help. And, if it doesn’t, the step-by-step guide at the end of the post definitely will. Check it out.
Have you ever wondered where the phrase “Physician heal thyself” comes from? It might have a different meaning than you thought, and it certainly has a different meaning today.