This is a letter I wrote to MWM after watching her long-anticipated Aladdin (a school play performed by Sunrise Drive Elementary students), during which I felt my heart was wrenched. Dearest sweetie pie, I love you. I realized
When my colleague/collaborator White Coat Money published my guest post: How I Contributed $23.5k to Roth IRA/Roth 403b in 2015 as PGY2, he began the post with this editorial caveat: The following post describes a task that requires significant financial
I shared a neat little coupon code from Threads for Thought I found in my email at the end of my post last week. That got me thinking.
This is an in-depth discussion about whether to go for Revised Paye As You Earn (REPAYE) or refinance your student loans with private banks like DRB or LinkCapital. Reader wrote: “My current thought is if someone wants to stay and
A big part of refusing to pay the full retail price of basically anything ever, is that I always research what I would like to buy, and then I wait patiently for a long time for the price to drop.
8-year-old Mini Wise Money commands a stronger grasp of personal finance than Dr. Wise Money had in her late 20’s. I feel lucky in this respect as it’s every mother’s hope for her child to surpass her in wisdom, integrity,
Are slightly forced alliterations in or do they just make me look dorky?
Let’s first talk about why I won’t retire at 38, even though I can. That’s less than 3 years out of fellowship. It would be the beginning of my professional prime as a radiologist. I’d like to use my skills
From what little I know of disability insurance is that getting your private, own occupation (as specific to your field as possible, e.g. neuro-interventional radiology, infectious disease etc.) disability insurance PRIOR to taking on your first attending job is absolutely
Have you gals and guys seen the fun little intro DWM set up for me yet?