Leti and Kenji at SemiRetiredMD ran a post a few months back answering a question I often get, “Can I use a Doctor Loan to Buy an Investment Property?” They correctly answered the question that, in general, you can’t do that. Then they pointed out a handful of ways that one might be able to actually do it and suggested ...

Burnout is a big risk to your finances. Your fastest path to cash is as a board-certified doctor. We want you to be happily practicing medicine for as long as you would like. Our guest in this episode is Dr. Dike Drummond The Happy MD. He has spent the last 20 years coaching and training physicians on the prevention and ...

With all of the different headlines, click bait, and hype surrounding cryptocurrency, it can be tough for a newcomer to figure out what’s actually going on. We routinely hear questions from our readers regarding how to invest in Bitcoin—and more importantly whether or not they should invest in Bitcoin. Our goal here is to silence the chatter and shed some ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post was submitted by Family Physician, Dr. Maheswari Raja. We’re always on the look out for unique guest posts from our regular readers. This one is definitely unique. We also get lots of requests for posts dealing with unique issues that foreign medical graduates deal with. This also qualifies there, so we thought we’d run it. ...

Fidelity Investments is one of the biggest investment companies in the world in terms of the number of customers and also total assets under management. For the longest time, they’ve been competing head-to-head with The Vanguard Group in the mutual fund space. Personally, I’ve been a Vanguard customer for decades but I’ve heard plenty of great things about Fidelity. If ...

I woke up early one morning a few months ago worried about a financial situation. It wasn’t my financial situation. It was yours. At least many of yours. And the more I thought about it, the more angry I became. By the time I drug my butt out of bed, I was furious. Truly. I’m mad at everyone in this ...

Real estate is a very well understood but often poorly executed way of building wealth. It only takes one episode of an HGTV house-flipping show to know that it doesn’t take a genius… but even geniuses can mess it up with bad execution. If you’re a buy-and-hold investor, you’re less likely to mess it up but then you run into ...

They say that millionaires have 7 streams of income. And most of them are boring. Common examples of income-generating assets include your classics like real estate (rental income, depreciation benefits, equity appreciation) and dividend stocks (dividend income is taxed favorably), which I love. But every so often, there’s one in there that sounds as exciting as going to Vegas and ...

When I started investing in the last 90s/early 2000s there were no investment apps to take advantage of. I had a Vanguard account, paid gobs of money for trades, and basically kept all my money in various mutual funds. Back then, you didn’t have much of a choice. Trading commissions were expensive and Vanguard let me buy and sell mutual ...

We get questions all the time on what is the best investment portfolio management software. Just the other day, someone read my post about how we track our net worth and asked me a really simple question – how do I track our stock investments? The short answer is… well, I don’t. I check my investments once a month when ...

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