Today's podcast is about issues facing residents: student loans, when & if you should refinance those loans, disability insurance, retirement accounts, buying a home versus renting, & the importance of living like a resident after residency.
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.
PIMD shows that state taxes DO matter, especially if you are going for early financial independence.
Benjamin Meyer has put together a financial survival guide for his fellow interns about consolidating student loans, RePaye options, retirement savings and more!
There are a lot of great things about practicing medicine in the military, and I'm not just talking about the fact that you can order your patients to take their medications.
A recently published academic paper confirms that the average resident is a financial idiot. Rock bottom. Nowhere to go but up! Kudos to those working on this problem.
Graduating residents need to pay off their loans efficiently, use a 15 year mortgage, and max out their retirement accounts. If you have any dreams of a nice retirement, paying for your kids’ college tuition, or traveling around the world at your hearts’ content, then heed this advice.