Rikki Racela, MD, is a neurologist in Englewood, NJ. He majored in Molecular Biology while at Princeton University, and he completed medical school at Rutgers in 2007. He says he was financially illiterate when he began his career (and especially during the early part of his marriage to his anesthesiologist wife), and he made plenty of financial mistakes along the way, including allowing a friend who also happened to be a Northwestern Mutual financial advisor steer him into the world of whole life insurance. But by following the principles espoused by WCI, Rikki has successfully bounced back financially. At WCI, he often writes about his past financial hiccups while trying to help his fellow docs and healthcare professionals attain and maintain wealth.
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