How Can I Start Investing if I Don't Even Know What the Terms Mean? People have different opinions on how, when, and what to invest in. A good rule of thumb is to SAVE (emergency fund and college funds for kids), PAY OFF DEBT, and INVEST all at the same time. This means you do… Continue reading Investing in the Stock Market? I Never Learned About This in Medical School!
As a young physician, I found that most of my colleagues were completely financially illiterate- myself included. The simple fact is that we have dedicated our time and efforts to learning about medicine, not finances. We also tend to find reading material on the subject dry and uninteresting. However, with more and more physicians in… Continue reading Getting into the Stock Market as a Physician? It’s not as Complicated as you Think.
New research released this week from Doximity looked at how the upcoming Ob-gyn shortage will be affecting certain cities more than others. This really hits home for women who are planning families, currently pregnant, and wish to deliver in a hospital in one of those cities most at risk. OB’s in these cities are likely… Continue reading Is your City on the list for the coming Ob-Gyn Shortage Crisis? Find out here…
I originally wrote this article as a guest blog for the site http://www.physicianonfire.com/ last month. The physician author of this blog specifically requested I write on this topic as his site deals with financial independence and retiring early (FIRE). I am now posting here since I have had requests from readers to share the financial decisions that allowed me… Continue reading The FINANCES behind retiring from medicine at 37
There is time for recovering. I’ll be honest, I feel like the first 2 months after retiring from my career in OB/GYN were about reclaiming my life. I got a full night’s sleep. Actually, my nights were still broken up by 1 & 3 year old tears regularly (which I don’t mind so much when… Continue reading You Retired From Medicine- Now What?