The rule of 72 is a quick rule of thumb to help you understand how quickly your money can grow. It works like this: Take the return of an investment, say 9% per year. Divide 72 by 9 and you get 8. ...
Helping Those Who Wear the White Coat Get a “Fair Shake” on Wall Street
I use this function and its various cousins all the time. Becoming financially literate will help you get ahead in life.
By the time you know enough to choose a financial advisor properly, you may not need one at all.
There are now more options than ever to refinance your student loans while still in residency. Easy payments and less interest accrual is a winning combination for those not going for PSLF.
Peer to Peer Lending (P2PL) is a relatively new asset class I've been investing in for a few years with good success. The risks are high, but the low correlation with the rest of your portfolio coupled with the high returns make it worth looking into.
Graduating medical students (and especially their spouses) have a burning desire to buy a house to feel like they've finally made it. If they're smart, they'll curb it. Buying a house in residency is a huge gamble of your time and money at a period of life when you have little of either..
Don’t make these seven common mistakes that cause doctors to fall short in reaching financial success.
People take too long to kick Sallie Mae out of the spare room. Here are ten reasons why you should pay off those student loans in 2-5 years.
Residents are busy folks. Their time is consumed with clinical work, clinical learning, and sleep. What extra time they have should be spent with their loved ones and on other activities that keep t...