Much like fashion, the trends we see year to year in real estate also experience change. With the whirlwind of 2020, there are some exciting opportunities ahead for investors. Join us as Passive Income MD outlines where he sees the trends heading in 2021.
WCI Saturday Selection
Interested in investing in real estate? With all the options out there, where do you begin? Let us help you take that first step on your real estate investment journey.
Physicians scammed out of $33 million as one physician recruits dozens of colleagues to invest in a cryptocurrency volatily trading scheme he cofounded.
Real estate can provide a passive income stream…when done right! Read on to gain insights from PIMD on how to do just that.
Being a high income earner also comes with a pretty hefty tax bill. Dr. Dahle shares tips for how to think smarter about our tax goals and actions that will impact your bottom line in this Saturday Selection, originally posted on White Coat Investor.
Love your job? Great! Should you pursue FIRE? Absolutely, you should! At least the Financial Independence part. What you do with it is up to to you.
Is 2021 the year of real estate? PIMD thinks so. Regardless of the market you’re looking at, read on to discover why the Gross Rent Multiplier is a good metric during those initial evaluations.
Diversification means different things to different people. WCI sees six levels of diversification and recommends you nail at least the top three.
Dualing viewpoints of the Backdoor Roth. Always enjoy a good guest post offering two different opinions on a controversial topic. Are you a Yay or Nay?
Ah, tax season – the time of year almost no one enjoys. For doctors, it’s the time of year to realize just how much of their incomes are being given to their silent partner: good old Uncle Sam.
We go back to basics in this week’s Saturday Selection. The White Coat Investor shares foundational knowledge about the stock market to help grow your financial literacy.
Financial advisors can be paid in a number of different ways, and it can be difficult to know how yours is paid and how much if you don’t ask.