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 ...

[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. ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s WCI Network post is by The Physician Philosopher. If you haven’t been over to that site lately, be sure to check it out. Tons of awesome financial and wellness content there. I love this post that helps you wrap up your financial year and make sure you took care of everything.] At work, my nickname is “Dory”, ...

New year, new you right? It’s that time of year again. It’s time to set goals and to work hard toward them for two weeks before we forget about them. Well, hopefully not, but maybe it would be best if you could set goals that can be accomplished by the end of January just in case. I hope you include ...

Our guest today is Dr. Hala Sabry, the founder of the Physician Moms Group on Facebook. Who better to ask about physician moms and their finances than a physician mom managing a group with 75,000+ other physician mom members! We delve into lots of topics surrounding finances as a physician mom including infertility, child care, career changes, and the gender ...

[Editor’s Note: We get a lot of interesting stuff submitted as potential guest posts here. I’ve never seen one on this subject though so I thought it would be a great introduction to an important topic that can affect at least a few doctors. Today’s guest post was submitted by Joseph Gentile, Esq., Co-Founder and Partner of Sarraf Gentile LLP, ...

[This post was originally published in 2015, but it was fun to go back and review for republication now in April 2020. Note that my current asset allocation is slightly different from what is in this post as it was changed in 2017. I feel even more strongly now about having a written investing plan (investing policy statement) than I ...

Doctors are busy.  Luckily, you don’t have to spend much time on financial chores compared to what was needed in the past.  Nearly every step can be automated.   David Bach even wrote a series of books about how to become a millionaire “automatically.”  Here are some steps you can take to automate your financial life and help you reach your ...

Podcast #178 Show Notes: Practicing Medicine in Australia What is it like to practice medicine in Australia? Our guest, Dev Raga from Melbourne, Australia, walks us through the training and practicing of physicians in the land down under. We talk about what the medical system is like in Australia as well as how physicians are compensated. From time to time ...

Podcast #177 Show Notes: Financial Planning for Children with Special Needs Your financial planning after having a child with special needs will be different than you might have otherwise anticipated. In this episode, we talk about 6 aspects of financial planning that are important to understand when you are in this situation. Your investing horizon is no longer your lifetime. ...

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