Are you any happier despite spending more and more each year? Lifestyle creep happens to the best of us -- combat it or jeopardize your financial future.
Financial advice for residents and medical students about student loans, PSLF, Roth Accounts, choosing a residency program, getting an MPH or MBA, and lots more.
We all want to help our kids, but should a parent feel responsible to pay for their kids' college education? The best thing may be to let them take on more than you think.
There are five significant impediments to building wealth as a high-income professional, and each must be overcome for financial success to be realized.
This young periodontist is financially on the right track but with lots of expenses competing for his money. Many lessons to be learned for everyone in this episode.
Today's guest, Dr. Jason Mizell is a pioneer in the academic community for promoting physician financial literacy. Learn about his Business of Medicine class and why medical students should start demanding it in their schools.
Student loan management can be tricky, particularly during residency. Finally, you have all the information you need to manage them from undergraduate until pay-off in one place. We're talking private and federal loans, IDR and forgiveness programs (PSLF, REPAYE, PAYE, IBR, ICR), refinancing, and how to pay off quickly.
Today I'm presenting "waterfalls" for both residents and attendings. Waterfalls are simply lists, or rules of thumb, for knowing what to do with your money, time & life energy.
An interview with Dr. Ryan Gray discussing how to help pre-med students through the medical school application and admissions process. Also, reader questions and lots more.
I've blogged at the White Coat Investor for over 7 years but have never told my whole story. Today we tell part of that story from my childhood through medical school. Part 1 of a 3 part blog series so you'll know me and my financial history a whole lot better.