In the 1960's, Lew Goldberg showed that a physician's intuition and judgment can be fatally...
People love getting their big tax returns. It has even made news for those (for and against) the new tax bill. But is getting a tax refund a good thing? Read the post to see what I think, and how I recommend you figure it out to get it right.
Student loans can be forgiven in a variety of ways. Most people focus on Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF), but this is not the only option for student loan forgiveness. This epic post explains all.
The Physician Philosopher Book publishes soon! Come find out how to snag a free copy. I want this book to be helpful for as many people as possible. So, share the details with your friends, too. Oh, and you won’t believe who is writing the foreword!
Teaching personal finance in training can be a touchy subject. While people mean well, they often bring with them misconceptions about teaching personal finance. These misconceptions prove problematic if we don’t respond…
Today’s post hopes to answer the following question: As doctors, why do we have a target painted on our back by financial professionals? Let’s talk about five targets that doctors provide. Hopefully, through this discussion, you will be more aware of how and why people aim to steal a part of the pie that is rightly yours.
Our networth exploded this year because we have been living on 20% of our income, which was only possible because we didn’t buy a house. In fact, the more that I think about it, the more I realize that buying a house after residency is likely the number one reason physicians take so long to reach financial independence, if they reach it at all. Today’s post discusses our thought process.
s I was watching one day, it started to amaze me how comfortable the birds were jumping from post to post on the feeder or from branch to branch. Often times at a distance taller than the bird itself. It dawned on me that the reason they are so comfortable taking this risk was because they knew if they made a miscalculation, they had wings. Today, we talk about how side hustles give us wings – and asset protection.
A recent WSJ article looked into the poverty in our older generation and their inability to retire. It’s important to understand history or else we are doomed to repeat it. Come take a walk with me as we look at the reasons why they are unable to retire and how we can prevent this from happening to the current generations.
Mouse is a self-described husband (to a doctor), father, engineer, and finance blogger. He builds awesome money models to predict the chances people have at successfully reaching their goals. Today, we will see Mouse’s model for me and answer the pen-ultimate question: Will I be able to retire?
This week’s “Wellness Wednesday” post has two changes. 1) It wasn’t posted on Wednesday (Tuesday!), and 2) It’s not on this site! You’ll have to venture over to Camp FIRE finance to find the article where I discuss physician burnout, financial independence, and why you should care even if you aren’t a doctor!
When my residency program asked me to help with a problem in the residency and didn’t value my time, I realized the power of saying no. Come join the conversation as I get real with what determines my self-worth, Barry Sanders, saying no, and how I’ll end my career after reaching FI.