Physician on Fire has been retired from medicine for a year and a half. Granted, the pandemic kind of screwed up a lot of his plans, but we can get an idea of what this early retirement life looks like. We discuss that loss of identity as a doctor and what he says he does for a living now. Does ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post was submitted by Jannette Collins, MD, MEd, FACR. She has served as a program director, GME dean, and department chair and currently directs content MRI Online. She also blogs about radiology jobs, finance, and education for The Reading Room. We share an interest in financial literacy education in medical school and residency, but have no ...

I run into people all the time who argue that Social Security is not going to be there for them, so they’re not counting on it. As near as I can tell, few of those folks actually understand what that means.   5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Social Security in Your Retirement Calculations #1 Social Security Isn’t Going Anywhere ...

Podcast #203 Show Notes: Benefits and Drawbacks of a Management Service Organization (MSO) Management service organizations (MSOs) provide a range of administrative and managerial services to doctors. With the trend in practice ownership changing from ownership to employees, more people will be interacting with MSOs, either as an organization providing administrative services for your practice or as private equity buyout ...

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[Editor’s Note: Would YOU like to be a White Coat Investor “Champion” for your medical or dental school class? If you’re a first-year US MD/DO/Dental student please check here to see if your school is still available and apply by April 15, 2021, to be considered. Champions will pass out FREE copies of The White Coat Investor’s Guide for Students ...

While certain moves can be made up until Tax Day (typically April 15th plus maybe a day or two), many effective tax mitigation strategies must be employed before Auld Lang Syne is sung as the calendar turns to January 1st. Throughout the year, opportunities exist if you know how to look for them. A lot can be done to lower taxes. Below, ...

Women can overcome the infamous “pay gap” through careful job selection, tough negotiation, and providing additional value. This post touches on a hot topic that many people have very strong feelings about. It can even be a political topic. The likelihood of me not offending someone with this post rounds to zero. However, it is such an important topic that ...

We definitely came to investing from the mutual fund side, a Boglehead through and through. But real estate is certainly a legitimate pathway to wealth that many people have followed. Our guest in this episode is Peter Kim of Passive Income MD. Some see us as bigger paper asset fans than Peter, whose focus is on the real estate asset ...

[Editor’s Note: Laurel Road and The White Coat Investor are partnering for an important physician survey regarding the impact of COVID-19 on your personal financial management, practice, and views on healthcare. The short survey can be found here and will take approximately 7 minutes to complete. Thank you for taking the time to help us understand the impact of COVID-19 ...

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