2017 First Quarter Update

Welcome to another quarterly financial update. In this article, we'll review how our investments did in the first quarter of 2017.

The first quarter of 2017 is in the books. That means it’s time for another quarterly financial update. In this article we’ll take a look at our investment portfolio, how it has done so far, and what we have planned for the future. Before we get going, be sure to check out my previous quarterly update here. But first, a quick blog update. I […]

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New Attending Physician Baby Steps

Becoming a new attending can be daunting, both medically and financially. Here are some steps that new doctors can take to gain control of their finances.

The transition from a resident physician to a new attending can be a big one. It’s the first time that you’re “on your own” as a doctor. Also, you’re probably working somewhere new and trying to figure out a strange electronic medical record and new hospital system. But with all of this new doctor stuff comes a nice step-up in […]

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Investing Rate: A Different Take on the Savings Rate

You know what I love about personal finance?  That it is actually PERSONAL.  While there are core concepts that are universal, you have the ability to fine tune and tweak certain things to fit your particular financial situation.  For instance, some people use budgets for managing their finances.  While I did use a budget when I started my financial journey, […]

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Little Random Guy’s College Savings Plan

Having a kid is expensive!  According to a publication in January, 2017 by the USDA, parents are projected to spend $233,610 to raise a child to the age of 17.  This amount doesn’t include college or post-graduate educational costs.  Yikes!  If you factor in college tuition and expenses, that total could easily climb to $300,000 or higher.  Double yikes! About […]

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