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A place to learn about finance, investing, medical school, life as a physician, and more. My hope is for others to learn from my many successes and failures in medicine, money, and all things life

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College: To Go or Not To Go?

My friends and I love to complain about medical school.  The hours, the workload, the lack of sleep, and of course all of the time it takes from our precious lives.  I have written about how I believe medical school doesn’t make sense to attend from a monetary standpoint or from a quality-of-life standpoint.  ThereContinue reading “College: To Go or Not To Go?”

Is Inflation an Implicit Tax?

We have taken a look at the effect of inflation on your money’s purchasing power and the importance of having some your assets in stocks, bonds, or an investment vehicle that is indexed to inflation.  Clearly, it is not possible to have all cash reserves indexed or protected against inflation.  Inflation has many ways ofContinue reading “Is Inflation an Implicit Tax?”

Healthcare Costs

Everybody knows that healthcare costs have ballooned way past expectations over the last few decades.  A lot of people have a hard time explaining why it is so expensive.  Also, it has been a conundrum to lawmakers and economists alike as to why the costs cannot be controlled.  There are a few reasons that IContinue reading “Healthcare Costs”

Getting Rich Too Late

The key to getting rich is no secret.  It takes disciplined saving and investing over a long period of time.  I frequently give examples such as if you invested $10,000 at age 25 at an assumed rate of 8% and added $500 every subsequent month you would have $2,177,959.01 by age 65 when you retire. Continue reading “Getting Rich Too Late”

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