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Monthly Article Round-Up: October 2019

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Summary: Here is our monthly round-up of articles and resources from physicians and financial experts around the web. The physician finance blogger niche is ever-growing, and we’re proud to be part of it! Here are a few blogs tailored specifically to physicians seeking financial independence. 

 

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The Physician Philosopher

 

The White Coat Investor

  • Any physician finance blogger worth their salt knows who The White Coat Investor is. As a pillar of physician finance, Dr. Dahle helped pave the way for bloggers like us! The White Coat Investor is dedicated to increasing financial literacy among high-income professionals. It’s difficult to choose one article given his vast library of articles, but we recommend Why It’s So Important to Diversify Your Real Estate Portfolio. Not only is it chock-full of useful information, but it was also written by our good friend, Passive Income MD!

 

Crispy Doc

  • Crispy Doc is a prime example of someone who values an abundance mindset over a scarcity one. His running list of physician finance bloggers encourages all voices to find space in the blogging arena. His own voice is a unique blend of wit and expertise as he explores topics related to financial independence for physicians. Need a place to start? Read his article, Martyrdom in Medicine, and prepare to have your eyes opened. 

 

Passive Income MD

 

Wealthy Doc

  • Wealthy Doc is a physician finance blogger with a financial success story that is both inspiring and motivating. As someone who grew up in poverty and who watched fellow physicians manage their money poorly, Wealthy Doc was determined to live financially free as a physician and to help others do the same. You can find a wealth of financial advice on his blog, but for starters, try A Dozen Dumb Money Mistakes Doctors Make. And don’t feel bad if you’ve made some of them – most of us have, that’s why we’re all here!

 

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Several years ago, we were newlyweds working as full-time hospitalists. On paper, it looked like we had everything: the prestigious careers, the happy marriage, the luxurious rental home, the cars, etc.

But in reality? Despite having worked for several years, we had very little savings. Despite our high income, we had very little freedom in terms of time or money.

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