Subscribe to the blog and receive access to the Student Loan Debt Destroyer Course

* indicates required
Email Options

Buy The Book!

Are you looking for a primer on personal finance that is quick and easy to read? Check out the book that maintains a 5-star review on Amazon that promises to teach you the 20% of personal finance doctors need to know to get 80% of the results! 

 

Disability Insurance for Doctors

 

PKA Insurance

 

Most Recent Posts

Residents and new attendings often ask me, should I get a fixed or a variable interest rate when I refinance my student loans? This is a tough question to answer unless your mindset is right. Come check out this WCI Saturday Selection to help get you in the right mind space.
Backdoor Roth IRA contributions and conversions can be a bit confusing. Do you know when you can contribute to an IRA? How much can you convert? Sometimes knowing the rules can work to your benefit.
I still loved driving my Chevy SS.  The roar of the naturally aspirated V-8 as I churned through the gears on my manual transmission was intoxicating.  Yet, the lack of practicality eventually got to me.  So, I traded in my Chevy SS for a Ram 1500 and saved 25% off of the retail price in ... Read more
I've never pretended to be perfect, which is why I think it's the right thing to do to air out some of the financial mistakes I still make today. Some are more recent than others, but the theme is the same. I struggle with financial discipline and decisions just as much as you. Read on to hear about some of my dirty financial laundry.
We all know that kids are expensive. But how exactly do kids impact our ability to get to FIRE? That's exactly what this post aims to answer. It even includes some real numbers to help us quantify the impact kids have on our ability to reach our financial goals.
The realization hit me the other day while reading the book A Doctor's Guide to Eliminating Debt.  At the end, the book poses a great question:  "What are you retiring to?"  It talks about the finish line.   So, I'd like to discuss five things that I'll do much more often when I cross my financial independence (FI) number, or life after financial independence.

Subscribe to the blog and receive access to the Student Loan Debt Destroyer Course

* indicates required
Email Options
fixed versus variable rate

Residents and new attendings often ask me, should I get a fixed or a variable interest rate when I refinance my student loans? This is a tough question to answer unless your mindset is right. Come check out this WCI Saturday Selection to help get you in the right mind space.

Read More »
Backdoor Roth IRA

Backdoor Roth IRA contributions and conversions can be a bit confusing. Do you know when you can contribute to an IRA? How much can you convert? Sometimes knowing the rules can work to your benefit.

Read More »
How to get the best deal on a new car

I still loved driving my Chevy SS.  The roar of the naturally aspirated V-8 as I churned through the gears on my manual transmission was intoxicating.  Yet, the lack of practicality eventually got to me.  So, I traded in my Chevy SS for a Ram 1500 and saved 25% off of the retail price in the process.  With the help of an inside-industry source, I’ve learned a few things that I want to pass onto

Read More »
examples of financial mistakes

I’ve never pretended to be perfect, which is why I think it’s the right thing to do to air out some of the financial mistakes I still make today. Some are more recent than others, but the theme is the same. I struggle with financial discipline and decisions just as much as you. Read on to hear about some of my dirty financial laundry.

Read More »

We all know that kids are expensive. But how exactly do kids impact our ability to get to FIRE? That’s exactly what this post aims to answer. It even includes some real numbers to help us quantify the impact kids have on our ability to reach our financial goals.

Read More »
Life after FI

The realization hit me the other day while reading the book A Doctor’s Guide to Eliminating Debt.  At the end, the book poses a great question:  “What are you retiring to?”  It talks about the finish line.   So, I’d like to discuss five things that I’ll do much more often when I cross my financial independence (FI) number, or life after financial independence.

Read More »