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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…

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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…

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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…

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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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How Should I Save For My Kid’s College? Plus a 529 Plan Hack

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How should I save for my kid’s college?  If you are reading this blog, the odds are high that you have heard about using a 529 plan for your…Read more

The Best Alternative Investments With the Least Regret

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We spend a lot of time on this site talking about financial investments, behavioral finance, and money.  The other focus is on living a life…Read more

Will More Money Make Me Happier?

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Recently, I published a post discussing the most recent Medscape burnout & depression survey results for physicians.  An interesting point of discussion was that many physicians felt that…Read more

The REPAYE Loop Hole & 4 REPAYE Hacks

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In my time since finishing training and my financial enlightenment, I’ve had several residents ask me about their student loans. I am often surprised to find out how…Read more

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People are sometimes confused about why I combine wealth and wellness on The Physician Philosopher.  Why do I spend time writing about designing an intentional life.  Can’t he JUST write…Read more

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