7 Secrets To Financial Freedom Every Doctor Should Know

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    The more personal finance and debt free blogs I come across, the more I realize most doctors are striving to achieve financial freedom. What exactly does this mean? In simple terms, a financially independent person has enough wealth to live on without working. There’s an entire group of FIRE (Financially Independent Retire Early) people (like Physician On Fire) that have started

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    The #1 Reason Why The First Million Is The Hardest

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    For some reason, I’ve been on a kick lately researching millionaires, specifically, what it takes to become one. One phrase that has popped up several times during my research was: “the first million is the hardest.” If you’re a doctor reading this, listen up. These next few paragraphs will hopefully open your eyes and motivate you to stop what you’re

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    Coverdell ESA vs 529 – What’s The Best To Save For Kid’s College?

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    I’ve been a long time listener of the Dave Ramsey show. For those of you familiar with Dave, then you’ve probably heard him mention the Seven Baby Steps to financial freedom that I’ve discussed in the past. Baby step #5 has to do with starting to fund your kid’s college. He recommends either a Coverdell Education Savings Account (ESA) or a

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    5 Easy Short Term Financial Goals To Set For The New Year

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    Usually when a New Year rolls around, many are thinking about setting new goals and resolutions. There are numerous studies out there touting why most people don’t reach them such as: making them too vague and impossible to reach. As someone that’s always been goal oriented, I feel that many fail because they only list and focus on long-term goals.

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    The Difference Between Rich And Wealthy – Does Money Make You Rich?

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    Is there really a difference between rich and wealthy? There is but it seems that most don’t know what that difference is. According to a recent survey, investment firm Charles Schwab asked 1,000 Americans, “How much money would it take for you to feel rich?” Survey says!: 2.4 million For them, being wealthy meant:  Spending time with family (62%) Having time to

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