Burnout is a big problem that doctors face. Dr. Jordan Frey shares his experience with burnout in today’s guest post.
You’ve all heard about my experience with burnout by now. I’m very passionate about the topic. In today’s guest post, Gayle Morris talks about some ways you can avoid burnout and take your life back.
If you aren’t familiar with the history of the CGM Fund you’re going to learn all about it’s rise and fall. You’ll also learn why chasing returns is a sure way to lose.
In today’s guest post, Dr. Sylvie Stacy, gives ten reasons why doctors should look for Nonclinical positions to help with burnout.
Many of us have spent time in quarantine. While you can use this time to binge on your favorite netflix shows, you could also use this time to be productive – and get your financial house in order. Read the post to find out more.
As a physician being exposed to the risks of COVID-19 you may need a place to live to avoid exposing others to these issues. Join along as Dr. Inc gives some options for where to live during a pandemic.
Did you know that as of October 1st, 2019 all CFP’s are required to act as a fiduciary? Ever wondered if your CFP was putting your needs (or the company’s) first? Now, they have to tell you. Even Northwestern Mutual.
If you have disability insurance from Northwestern Mutual (or are considering it), this post is a must read.
I’m often asked how doctors can know whether the disability insurance policy they have been offered (or already have) is any good. This comprehensive post goes a long way towards figuring that out. Break out your policy, and find out if you need to make a change!
This is a guest post written by Dr. John Lim who is a well-known author in the personal finance...
Have you ever wanted a financial checklist to make sure you are starting off on the right foot? Well, this guest post written by a fee-only financial planner should point you in the right direction!
Accumulating a decent savings isn’t actually the hard part… the hard part is keeping enough of it around to last during retirement. Will you fall to sequence of return risk? Or will you be prepared with the best asset allocation?
When someone asks “How does my financial advisor get paid” it should be a relatively easy question to answer and understand. Unfortunately, that’s not the case much of the time. Fortunately, this post will not only answer that, but provide you an awesome chart to see exactly where conflicts of interest exist in all of the most common financial advisory models!