Docofalltradez Blog Roll Call

Summary: For those of you who have purchased rental properties, did you renovate the property immediately? Or did you wait to renovate it until several years later? In this post, we talk about the benefits of the Renovate Early Strategy. Renovating a property immediately after purchase can help you grow... Read more
    There is a debate throughout the physician financial blogs regarding physicians who have expressed a desire to retire early (the RE component of FIRE). Several have reported being shunned by their peers when they do express a desire to make an early exit from medicine. Common themes are... Read more
By Xrayvsn
Episode 12 – Public speaking is the #1 fear for a huge percentage of people.  Many people report that they fear public speaking more than death.  But, what if you had a formula for crafting and delivering the perfect presentation?  Wouldn’t that make public speaking less scary?  In this week’s... Read more
By Brent Lacey
Public speaking is the #1 fear for a huge percentage of people.  It’s above the fear of dying for many people.  How can you think about giving a great presentation when you’re worried about even giving a basic presentation? I’ve been doing public speaking events for over a decade, but... Read more
By Brent Lacey
Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Dustin Schuett talks about knee surgery, knee replacement, and common ailments of knees and other joints. Why are knee replacements more successful in older patients? Can you ride your bike with an artificial knee? What treatment options exist for ligament damage? Why is it important that a... Read more
By Kris Ferguson MD
The Physician Philosopher discusses how we all suffer from someday syndrome. It's something that has plagued human happiness from the beginning of time. Want to know the solution? Read the post. Today’s Classic is republished from Physician Philosopher. You can see the original here. Enjoy! “Someday syndrome” is prevalent in... Read more
By Passive Income M.D.
Career burnout affects physicians and other professionals at alarming rates. Fight burnout with prodigious saving and targeted spending. The post Fight Burnout with Both Saving and Spending appeared first on The White Coat Investor - Investing & Personal Finance for Doctors.... Read more
By Jill Gygi
I’m thrilled to announce a collaboration with Dr. Bradley Block, host of The Physician’s Guide to Doctoring Podcast. Dr. Block is an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) physician and an enthusiastic conversationalist, so this was a really fun episode to record. In it, we talk about The Swiss Army Knife... Read more
By Tired Superheroine
  How Much Do Doctors Make? Highlights from the 2020 Medscape Compensation Report By: LifeofaMedStudent       How much do doctors make in the US? Medscape recently published their 10th “Physician Compensation Report” new [...] The post How Much Do Doctors Make? – 2020 appeared first on #Lifeofamedstudent.... Read more
By LifeofaMedStudent
Here's Journal Club 7-3-20! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!     The White Coat Investor discussed why doing the math on debt load is so... Read more
By Passive Income M.D.
Financially successful doctors generally take one of three pathways to success. Which is the right fit for you to build wealth? The post Three Pathways to Wealth appeared first on The White Coat Investor - Investing & Personal Finance for Doctors.... Read more
By The White Coat Investor
14: Desmystifying All Things Roth Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Investing can be intimidating. A big portion of that stems from the fact that it can seem like investors are speaking another language--one that doesn’t come with a glossary! That’s why I’m going to use this episode to demystify all things... Read more
By Kylee Shepard
Retirement account required minimum distributions (RMDs) can be a tax burden for those in their retirement years. But thanks to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020, we can declare our independence from the RMDs for 2020 and save a ton of money. RMDs are in... Read more
By Dr. Cory S. Fawcett
      Welcome to this session of grand rounds, a collection of posts I have discovered in the blogosphere and have found of interest and hope you do too. This offering of Grand Rounds looks at articles from around the web that deal with financial independence.     The... Read more
By Xrayvsn
Hey everyone, it’s Wednesday, and I almost forgot to write this post. Even with this “slow” schedule of once a week posts, it’s been difficult for me to get back into the groove of things. Today will just be a short post about Soccer… more specifically, Kylie’s Soccer. Kylie has... Read more
By Sensei

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