Below is a list of all of the Physician Finance Interviews that have been published on The Physician Philosopher website. They are filled with experience and wisdom from other doctors that have walked in your shoes. If you’ve ever wondered where people come from, what they recommend, and why… you’ve found the right place.
Sit down, grab your favorite beverage, and enjoy. You can thank me later.
Physician Finance Interview Series
This is Physician Finance Interview #15, and today’s interviewee (Physician on Fire) needs no introduction. The Physician Philosopher blog is now officially non-anonymous after The Physician Philosopher’s Guide to Personal Finance was published, POF has continually been one of the biggest sources of encouragement and wisdom for this blog since …
From today's Physician Finance Interview: I am a 38 year old ophthalmologist working at a private practice in Virginia. My husband, a high school science teacher, and I have been married for 18 years. We have no children by choice. I completed my fellowship just over 2 years ago.
Today's PFI interviewee is a retired general surgeon who accumulated his wealth through a mix of securities, dividends, real estate, and much more. Come tag along as PFI #13 takes us on their money journey.
In PFI #12, we interview an ophthalmologist who FIRE'd after learning more about what it took to retire early. With the loss of autonomy and encroaching bureaucracy, enough was enough. Come find out how he got there and what he does with his time now.
Today's physician finance interview comes from a dual-physician couple living up north. One is a pediatrician, the other is a urologist. Join in as we discuss their financial life and the decisions that got them there.
This is Physician Finance Interview #10. You can find all of the other PFI posts here. As the interview has progressed, we have broadened the category of people being interviewed. Each person interviewed is either a medical professional of some kind (or married to one). Sometimes that’s a physician. Other …
Who doesn't want to hear from a forensic scientist married to a dentist? It's a great and honest perspective on what life looks like when you are in loads of debt. Oh, and he is a fellow blogger. What's not to like?
Today's physician finance interview is a bit different as we interview a medical student and their perspective on personal finances, student loans, and much more. Come check it out.
Today's PFI comes from none other than Dr. McFrugal. Come join in as he tells his story, gives some sage advice, and walks us through his financial decision making process.
This is Physician Finance Interview #6. Today’s post comes from none other than Hatton1 who is a well-known commenter on many physician websites. Hatton now runs a blog of her own over at Doctor of Finance MD focused on the retirement aspect of personal finance. The most recent Physician Finance …
Today's physician finance interview comes from a different kind of doctor, a dentist appropriately known as The Debt Free Doctor. Most all of the readers of this site should be able to relate to his story, and he is debt free, which is a lot better than most of us …
Today's Physician Finance Interview comes from one of my favorite physician bloggers. With a writing style that's worth reading in a book, Reflections of a Millennial Doctor - a med peds doc - takes us through her finances. Come join in and follow along.
This is the third installment in the Physician Finance Interview series. It's a story of love and loss and the ups and downs of finances throughout. It's seeded with good advice and comes from someone that has walked in your shoes.
In today's interview we dive into the finances of a recently graduated (two years out) hospitalist in Northern California. Married with no kids and in a high cost of living area, come take a walk in this doc's shoes. This is a great example of what this interview series will …
Today's post is the first of what will be many Physician Finance Interviews where we ask doctors (and/or their significant others) questions about the debts, assets, and personal finance decisions. Come read about the successes, failures, and advice from other people who have walked in your shoes.