Do you have student loans? Won’t you love to destroy them and be debt-free? What would you do with the cash flow you free up once your student loans are paid off? I’d like to invite you to join
Mini introduced Meghan Trainor, a talented singer/song writer, to me a few weeks ago. I’ve been listening to her music all the time since. Trainor has a positive, confident, welcoming energy about her. I admire the unconventional lyrics and melodies she writes.
We all make room–be it time, energy or money– for people & things which matter to us. Many readers & acquaintances think I’m crazy for putting $23,500 into my Roth 403b & Roth IRA in 2015. In 2016, I will continue to do the same along with the new
Sometimes you don’t have to shop. Sometimes you Can do it yourself.
I’ve been asked many times, by either (prospective) employers, colleagues, business partners, & potential clients, “how do you manage to charge $388/hr for tutoring?” My answer is always, “it’s simple matter of supply and demand.” My hourly rate is determined
The Monday Muse aims to serve as a weekly booster for our financial fitness, setting the tone of a successful week in all areas of our lives. With so many wonderful writers/bloggers sharing their experiences and insights, I frequently feel like
Dear DWM readers, As you are (soon to be) high income professionals, many are concerned that your kids may never qualify for financial aid. One of my attending radiologists was advised by his financial manager that to save 600k for each of his 2 kids’ college
A Tribute to the Apple of My Eye Kiss Ella’s forehead “Mommy will come pick you up in two months.” Watch her cry with her arms outstretched for me A calling Passion for learning Resolve to challenge and develop
I love credit cards. They have helped me pay for medical school expenses/tuition on 0% APR, reduced my overall med school debt by 60k in interest, given me lots of cash back & rewards, allowed me to channel my cash flow into my retirement and Mini’s
Sorry, y’all, one day late but I’m here!
I will always remember how dreadful it seemed when I learned that my cost of attendance for 2010-2011 (first year of medical school) was about 90k… I’ve never made 90k a year prior to starting medical school (in fact, I still
I just started funding Mini’s 529 this year with goal of maxing out first 2 years @ 14k each. I’m front loader in all things I deem worthwhile: studying, investing, or building businesses. Since Mini can be heading to college
It’s Ebates birthday this week, and they are celebrating with 15% cash back at many, many participating stores!
Mini is finishing 3rd grade this year. In another short 9 years, she will be heading to college. I should have started her college savings yesterday, but like most PGY’s, I took care of my own student debt and
This weekend we drove to D.C. with our spoiled stupid dog and happened on a lovely used media place.
My life is small tale that people won’t know Because my life is a thing that I can not say My life is a thing that I can not write My life is me, myself, & I And that will
I’m a big proponent of maxing out available Roth space during low income/training years. However, most of us don’t have enough income to put $23,500 post-tax dollars away on resident/fellow income. Below I will share how I contributed $23,500 post-tax
Recently our household underwent a big upgrade: no more disposable water bottles! The boyfriend is the late convert (obviously) and these functional and gorgeous S’well bottles are what finally sold him.
After purchasing my 1st home as MS4, refinancing it as PGY1, then attempting to refinance it as PGY2, I’m now preparing to purchase my 2nd home. Honestly, working with so many mortgage officers over a spectrum of mortgage companies in the