The Bogleheads’ Guide to the Three-Fund Portfolio teaches a simple and effective way to invest so you can move on with your life.
While a doctor’s most important wealth-building tool is their income, and the more of that you can siphon off from your lifestyle in order to build wealth, and the longer you can do that, the better off you’ll be. And the key to all of this is patience. Learn how having just a little more patience can help you reach physician freedom.
Impatience is a disease that keeps high-income professionals stressed about finances and running on the treadmill to keep up with their lifestyle. Show some patience and you’ll have all the stuff you desire including financial independence.
Should you follow Dave Ramsey’s recommended asset allocation for your portfolio? Come read how the WCI thinks you should decipher if this is right for physicians.
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.
Given your high income, becoming wealthy is really a choice. Once you choose, it’s no longer a matter of IF you become rich, but WHEN.
Want to become a DIY investor with no need for an advisor? Then this is the article for you! Keep reading!
Here’s how to use the Vanguard Charitable Donor-Advised Fund to grease the wheels of giving with less hassle to you.
Here are several ways to increase your investment return without ever needing a working crystal ball to reach your investing goals.
Need a financial advisor? Consider asking him some or all of these questions at the initial meeting.
Today we’re celebrating earned or active income. That’s right, your daily job. It’s likely to play the largest role in your plan to build wealth.
It’s not impossible to reach financial security as a low-income doc in a high COLA but success is surely more difficult. These tips will help you achieve it.