Money Meets Medicine

We talk about the personal finance topics you wish you had learned in medical school.

New episodes every Wednesday

Lisha Taylor Jimmy Turner

Meet the hosts

With the combined knowledge and experience of a practicing physician and financial advisor, this podcast aims to be the best personal finance podcast for doctors.

James D. Turner, MD

Practicing physician and self-described personal finance nerd.

Lisha Taylor

Lisha Taylor, MD

Practicing Physician and founder of Career Money Moves

Latest episodes

Greed, FOMO, and Bad Investments

Greed, FOMO, and Bad Investments

Despite our best intentions, certain emotions can keep us from building wealth. After many years arming physicians with the information they need to achieve financial wellness, I had a significant realization.

Information is one thing – behavior is another.

As the saying goes, money is 80% behavior and only 20% math.

Not only do I want to share important information about personal finance, I also want to help you recognize how certain behaviors can (and do) affect your finances.

Drawing from one of the classic books about investing, let’s go over five common behaviors that could be keeping you from achieving your financial goals.

How Doctors Can Get Good Financial Advice

How Doctors Can Get Good Financial Advice

Many doctors and high-income professionals hire financial advisors for any number of reasons. Either they’re too busy to handle their finances themselves, they don’t really know how to invest, or they want an expert on their side to make sure they’re on the right track.

So allow me to say from the start: I’m not against financial advisors, but I am against doctors (or anyone, really) being overcharged for bad advice.

There’s no shame in asking for help – you just want to get the help you need at a fair price.

You should be equipped enough to vet and evaluate your financial advisor so you’ll know whether they’re working well on your behalf. How can you be as confident as possible they’re acting in your best interest? This episode will help you find out.

Dr. Peter Kim and Physician Entrepreneurship

Dr. Peter Kim and Physician Entrepreneurship

Have you ever thought about using real estate to reach financial independence, but you didn’t want to be a landlord?

Recently I sat down with one of my good friends and one of the OG partners of The Physician Philosopher. He’s an anesthesiologist, husband, father, entrepreneur, as well as a real estate and physician side gig guru – of course, I’m talking about Dr. Peter Kim.

One of the interesting things about Peter’s story is his transition from full-time practice as an OB anesthesiologist to stepping away from medicine and going part-time, to now his being on sabbatical. He’s not sure if that’s a permanent sabbatical or not, so we got to explore his thought process on that and his story.

So let’s dive into this discussion with Dr. Peter Kim and the intersection of all things entrepreneurship, side gigs, medicine, money, and real estate.

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Physician Finance Q&A with Dr. Hala Sabry of Physician Moms Group

Physician Finance Q&A with Dr. Hala Sabry of Physician Moms Group

My colleague Lisha and I recently had a conversation with Dr. Hala Sabry, emergency medicine physician and founder of Physician Moms Group, a private online physicians community made up of over 120,000 physicians. Hala is passionate about helping women physicians fulfill their professional goals and discover the legacy they want to create – which includes building and managing wealth.

Doctors in Venture Capitalism with Dr. Omar Nije

Doctors in Venture Capitalism with Dr. Omar Nije

Dr. Nije’s perspective is unique because he’s both a physician AND a principal, but not in public education. He’s a principal at a venture capitalist firm, which is a world that most physicians I know haven’t been exposed to. Up until about 6 months ago, it was something I didn’t know much about myself.

What people are saying

“The content of the podcast is incredible and compliments any doctor’s financial education. Ryan and Jimmy have cohesive chemistry where they delve into behavioral finance in a succinct and fun way, and this has translated to better financial decisions in my life.”
NYU Neuro
“I’m a long time listener and follower of WCI, but this podcast has quickly moved to #1 (still listen/follow WCI). I love the friendly banter between Jimmy and Ryan… keep up the great work guys!”
“MMM is one of my favorite physician finance podcasts. Many shows fixate on the nuts and bolts of how to perform certain financial/investing maneuvers, but MMM focused on the behavioral aspects of personal finance… I highly recommend this podcast to my colleagues.”
Catdaddy M.D.

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