Over the last six months, we have been discussing the implementation of a new business of medicine curriculum for our residents, which would include teaching personal finance topics. There has been a lot of support for the idea. There has also been some concern over conflicts of interest and……
Bitterness is cancer – it eats upon the host. It doesn’t do anything to the object of its displeasure.Maya Angelou
At a recent holiday party, I was talking to a close friend who works at Ivory Tower U, in my field, where I……
When my wife and I first started dating in college – and back before I knew anything about personal finance – I often said that I wanted to learn to live on 1/3 of my income, save 1/3, and give away 1/3. However, we never discussed taxes and how……
I know, I know. I missed the boat on writing a New Year’s Resolutions post that published on January 1st. Actually, that’s not quite true. See, my posting schedule is always a couple of week’s ahead. So, I wrote this post on time. It simply wasn’t published……
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What you need to know: Vanguard financial advisors
I am a huge fan of index fund investing. Boglehead’s Guide to investing won me over originally. A Random Walk Down Wall Street solidified any remaining questions…Read more
Should I invest in my 457? The What, Why, and When
Should I invest in my 457 deferred compensation plan? That’s a tough question. It’s just not the same as…Read more
Proof is in the Pudding: Live like a Resident (Series)
Chances are that if you are reading this blog, you have heard it said time and time again that when you graduate you should “live like a resident.” The…Read more