Recommended Personal Finance Websites

Here is a running tally of websites and blogs I frequently read. I think you will enjoy them, too! I recommend you read one or two books per year and frequent a blog/website or two a week. This will help you keep up with what’s going on! The following are the sites I recommend.

Physician Finance Specific Sites

White Coat Investor:
A Great website that discusses physician specific personal finance topics. This is where our love for the topic started for many of us!

Physician on Fire
Part of the WCI network, POF takes a look at FIRE topics (Financially Independent Retire Early). He is also an anesthesia doc, and was extremely helpful and encouraging to me in setting up my site. Writes great stuff.

Passive Income MD
Also part of the WCI network, PIMD focuses his efforts on building income through passive vehicles. What turned me onto his writing was his discussion on physician side hustles, one of the posts that prompted this site’s creation.

Wall Street Physician
With experience on wall-street prior to becoming a doc, WSP writes on some of the more complicated topics in the field of personal finance. He helps provide some depth on much needed topics.

The Happy Philosopher
A radiologist, HP focuses on physician wellness and discusses financial topics, too. He was kind enough to let me keep my site’s name at the beginning by letting me share the “philosopher” name.

Millionaire Doc
Millionaire Doc is a private practice radiologist who has already achieved millionaire status. MD writes on topics near and dear to TPP: Building wealth and investing in life (family, friends, and health). MD posts anywhere from one to three times per week. Check ’em out!

Wealthy Doc
Wealthy doc is FI (Financially Independent) doc with a history as an MBA graduate. His posts vary in topics from life skills (de-cluttering, organizing thoughts, etc) to investment strategies. WD posts in a MWF (Monday-Wednesday-Friday) format.

Life of a Med Student
Making his way onto the scene through twitter with a bunch of followers, this (now attending physician-anesthesiologist) writes about life on the road of trying to make it! Originally from the perspective of someone in training, this fellow Gas Doc now writes posts ranging from satire/humor to the life of a physician.

While this is an up and coming blog, it is written by someone who has a wealth of knowledge for us young guns. Hatton1 is a frequent follower (and OBGYN now just focusing on GYN) of many physician finance websites, this one included. Never leaving without dropping an intriguing comment or sage piece of advice. I have no doubt this website will be well worth the read as it comes along!

Finance Blogs

Rockstar Finance This site is really one of the major hubs in all personal finance blogs. It features three great articles each day and also hosts a march-madness sort of competition (the Rumble) each January. This is where financial bloggers unite.

ESI Money Great site written by the guy who owns Rockstar Finance. He focuses on a Earn Save Invest (ESI) mentality towards personal finance.

PT Money Written by the guy who runs FinCon (a conference for personal finance websites), you can trust the material here is solid. He also does a good job interacting with his audience despite the growing FinCon empire!

Accidental FIRE
This website is part of the FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) community. Their perspective is quite unique as they looked up one day and realized that they had achieved FI, hence the title of the website. The topics vary from making frugal choices to investment and tax strategies. I really enjoy this site, and you will, too!

Adventure Rich
This is a fun blogging website that writes on living the adventure that is life. They blog on frugality, finances, and having family fun. They write about the lessons they’ve (Mr. and Mrs. Adventure Rich) along the way.

The Frugal Gene
With an obvious focus on the frugal side of personal finance, this blog gets it right. They save where they can, but also spend money on things that are worthwhile for them. They give good tips on how you can save money, too, along the way!

Think Save Retire
This is a great post by a leader in the personal finance blogging community. Steve is a great source of advice. He retired at the age of 35. Topics range from early retirement posts to personal finance and investing. Steve really does “Get it.” You will, too, if you read his posts.

I’ll try and update this with sites that I frequent as I go!