[Editor’s Note: Register for WCICON21 before Monday, Jan. 11 to receive the FREE swag bag ($100 value) mailed to your door! Our conference kit has always been top-notch (and heavy!) but this year, in addition to receiving books from speakers and sponsor swag, you’ll get the first-ever WCI t-shirt! Join us on March 4-6 for all of the excitement of ...

[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”, ...

[Today’s post by Peter Kim at Passive Income, MD discusses a concept we often refer to around here as Geoarbitrage. Usually when we say it, we mean moving somewhere that you will either get paid more or where it will cost you less to live. This, of course, speeds you along the way to financial independence. It can also mean ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s WCI Network post is from the Physician on Fire. That means I did not write it. I am definitely not retired from medicine. But today we’re going back to visit the most important moment on the Physician on FIRE blog. The apex and crux of the entire story. We watched him achieve FI and then surely but ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s WCI Network post is from Passive Income, MD and will help you become more financially literate by understanding two important terms used frequently in real estate investing. Enjoy!] As I started writing my series on the Guide to Syndications, I realized it was impossible to discuss how to evaluate a deal without first taking a deeper dive into ...

[Editor’s Note: You’re going to be hearing about physician life coaching a lot this week on the blog and the podcast. We have teamed up with The Physician Philosopher to provide this valuable service for those of our readers and listeners in need of it. In today’s post, Dr. Turner explains how he benefitted from coaching himself so much that ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s WCI Network post is from Physician on Fire and includes important information about a taxable account, including some ways to make it VERY tax-efficient. I also have a very tax-efficient taxable account. Not only is it primarily invested in very tax-efficient, low cost, broadly diversified index funds, but we harvest our losses and donate our appreciated shares ...

[Editor’s Note: PIMDCON 2020 is underway!  To join the virtual conference this weekend register here.  Even if you can’t join in live, you’ll have 48 hrs of access to replay any session with the FREE pass.  VIP members will receive lifetime access to recordings and access to VIP Question and Answers.  Enjoy the conference and this post from Passive Income, ...

[Editor’s Note: Join me virtually October 9-11 for PIMDCON 2020—the Financial Freedom Through Real Estate Conference! FOR FREE. You’ll hear from 21+ speakers (including myself) discussing topics like owning and self-managing rental properties, building the right team, asset protection, tax strategies, syndications, funds, and a whole lot more. Don’t miss out on the only real estate conference designed specifically for ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s WCI Network post is from The Physician on FIRE and addresses a common question that newly financially literate people often have, what to do with “suboptimal” or “legacy” investments. It can be difficult to decide whether to sell, keep, or give away these assets. In this post, POF walks us through his thinking on the topic.] If ...

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