What are the most unbiased, accurate, high-yielding, current, and entertaining financial books for doctors and other high income professionals? Here you go!
Of the books I reviewed this week, it's the only one I actually purchased and really, aside from the history books, the only one I really wanted to read.
I passed my EM board recertification! Here's what I used to get ready. I compare PEER IX with Rosh Review and Board Vitals.
As we come to the end of CFE week, we review three books ideal for the beginning investor. If you can't make it through one of these, give up and go hire an advisor.
Mike Piper, CPA and James Lange, CPA are two of the good guys in the financial world. They've dedicated themselves to writing the best books out there on Social Security. Claiming it right is less complicated than it used to be, but it's still worth learning about.
Two of the best financial books that came out this year are Demuth's book on reducing investment related taxes and Clement's book on how to use money to be happier. I cannot recommend them more highly.
It's that time of year to do your Continuing Financial Education. MD/MBAs have been busy this year and two excellent books are now available for your CFE- The Doctor's Handbook and The Business Side of Medicine.
In the last year, a fair number of physician financial blogs have popped up. Most are surprised to see that I encourage what they're doing since blogging is more collaborative than competitive.
The White Coat Investor: A Doctor's Guide to Personal Finance and Investing is now available on Audible. Figure out what the fuss is all about by getting your copy today!