How Doctors Can Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

I was inspired by Passive Income M.D.’s post on Why Doctors Live Paycheck to Paycheck (P2P) and would like to offer some suggestions to live the other end of the lifestyle spectrum of P2P. I lived P2P once, in college and in

Credit Card Companies Offer Credit Watch, Free!

The era of having to pay $19.99/mo to monitor credit score &  activities is gone! Credit card companies are offering free credit score and selective credit activity details let & right. One can get great sense of his/her credit health

Doctor’s vs. Conventional Loan

A few differences between doctor’s vs. conventional loan doc loan low or no down payment (Compass requires 0% down, BOA requires 5% down) Doc loan no PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance) Doc loan takes future income up to 60 days prior

Seems Costly, but Definitely Worth It.

Seems Costly, but Definitely Worth It.

“If you are depressed you are living in the past. If you are anxious you are living in the future. If you are at peace you are living in the present.” ― Lao Tzu     I have rarely felt peace

The Cost of Buying 2 Homes in 2 Years.

The Cost of Buying 2 Homes in 2 Years.

This post is written a few months ago, prior to the transactions of selling 1st home and buying 2nd home have taken places. Actual figures approximate estimates below & will be updated once all finalized. Say what? DWM purchased 2 homes

DiscoverIt Lent Me $3600 on NEGATIVE 31% interest for 15 months

shop with   and get cash back What is the highest interest rate you have been charged for borrowing money? For some of us, credit card companies might have caught us with 15-30% interest at one point in our lives (hopefully one got

Wall Street to White Coat: Interviews with Dr. Unger Part II

Wyatt Unger, M.D., M.B.A, is a 3rd year radiology resident at the University of Arizona.  Wyatt earned a B.A in Economics from Northwestern University and an M.B.A. from the University of Arizona.  Prior to pursuing a career in medicine, Wyatt

Best of Both Worlds: More Cash Now & Lower Costs

I have been hearing from many of my co-residents that they are barely making ends meet each month, paying for rent or mortgage, student loan, food, childcare costs, etc. Wouldn’t it be nice if somehow we can free up some cash either

Where to put limited PGY dollars?

As we become aware of how the time value of $ works against us (student loan interest), we will also learn about how it works for us. After refinancing your student loan, not only do you enjoy paying off an

2015 Milestones…

As everyone excitedly talks about holiday plans and we hit the half way mark of first-year radiology training, (overnight calls will be upon us in 6 months), it hits me that 2015 is coming to an end. 2015 has been a big year in many