In today's podcast, I explain how and why to get a second opinion on your financial plan, keeping equity and speculative deals in taxable accounts, and answers to lots of reader questions.
Fire Your Financial Advisor is the comprehensive but high-yield course you were not given in medical school. Go from being financially illiterate to living the good life where financial worries are eliminated and you can focus on what matters most.
A doctor tried out Personal Capital, comparing it to his index fund portfolio at Vanguard. Here is what he found.
Mid-career physicians face unique financial difficulties when compared to their broke early career counterparts and their late career colleagues wrestling with an impending retirement. Consider these issues in your financial planning.