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Money Meets Medicine

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

New episodes every Wednesday

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.

Ryan Inman

Flat, fee-only financial planner and owner of Physician Wealth Services.

Latest episodes

MMM 80: You Are Worth The Investment

MMM 80: You Are Worth The Investment

People often think about money as the end goal. The reason they work, save, and make decisions in life revolve around this idea that they are striving to meet a money goal. But today we are going to flip the script on this mindset around money. Instead of thinking of money as the goal, we are going to look at money as a tool.

MMM 79: Why Doctors Should Spend Money

MMM 79: Why Doctors Should Spend Money

Everyone in the personal finance space loves to tell you how you should save money. That’s great, but what about spending it?

That is exactly what we want to dive into today on the show. Ways to spend money that make sense we have talked about before include spending to get your time back, vacations, and spending on others (gifts, holidays). But today we want to encourage you to spend lavishly on your on things you love. Yes, as money gurus we are going to talk to you about spending lavishly (and smartly of course). So let’s go.

MMM 78: These 5 People Determine A Physician’s Financial Success

MMM 78: These 5 People Determine A Physician’s Financial Success

You might think that the only person that influences your financial success in the short term and the long term is you. The truth is you can have little to do with how successful you are in planning out your finances and investing. This is because there are certain people in your life that influence what decisions you make and how. These people ultimately determine your success.

MMM 77: Should Physicians Save for Retirement or Help Their Family?

MMM 77: Should Physicians Save for Retirement or Help Their Family?

Should physicians save for retirement or help their family? In today’s episode of Money Meets Medicine, we talk about a few different scenarios that life may present you when it comes to your finances and how to best position yourself if you ever have to make a choice.

MMM 75: Should You Use Target Date Funds?

MMM 75: Should You Use Target Date Funds?

There are so many different investment strategies when it comes to how to reach financial independence. One of those strategies we talk about often is the different types of Target Date Funds. But, you might be thinking how do you know if you should use Target Date Funds? Today we will get into the details of the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to using Target Date Funds so you can determine whether this is a strategy that fits your needs or not. Let’s jump in a figure out how to best utilize Target Date Funds in your investment plan.

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!”
amandarx02
“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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