Financial Health: 4 Pathways for New Doctors to Consider

Financial Health: 4 Pathways for New Doctors to Consider

Doctors often focus on helping everyone but themselves. New doctors and residents can spend days without sleep in the pursuit of their career, yet not spend a minute planning their finances. And that practice can lead to overall bad ‘financial health.’...
Doctor Taxes: Handling an Unexpected Tax Bill

Doctor Taxes: Handling an Unexpected Tax Bill

Doctor taxes can be extremely complicated: your personal tax bill will be highly dependent on how you are employed, whether you are a partner, a W2 employee, a 1099 contractor or have some combination of ownership stakes and salary which complicate your taxable...
Should I Buy A House During Residency

Should I Buy A House During Residency

You studied four years in medical school — studying endless information, working long hours, and answering tough questions. You matched into a residency program, and you’re moving to a new city to start the next step in your career. But now you’re faced with a...
Doctor Loan Terminology – Personal Finance FAQs

Doctor Loan Terminology – Personal Finance FAQs

As a doctor, you’ve been required to learn endless amounts of information, procedures, and techniques throughout your education and training. But did your medical school, dental school, or residency ever teach you about personal finance? Luckily, our team of doctors...
Medical Residents Survival Kit

Medical Residents Survival Kit

It’s pretty easy for new medical residents to spend their limited money on things they don’t really need. And, while every resident should have a plan for managing their money, there are certain items that should ultimately make your life easier! We did...