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Money Talk For ER Docs™

Dec 6, 2022

How many credit cards should you be carrying on your person? What expenses should be charged to what cards? How often should you get a new credit card and how does that impact your credit score? There’s a lot that goes into choosing the right partners for your money. It’s sort of like the operating system for your...


Nov 29, 2022

Before a pilot even takes off, the route to their destination is already mapped out. But just because this baseline is established, doesn’t mean there won’t be deviation along the way. Events like turbulence or maintenance can still occur outside the scope of the planned route. The fact that the plan exists allows...


Nov 22, 2022

Disability insurance is arguably the most complex insurance to analyze, discuss, and overall understand. When we look at other insurance, such as life, flood, even to some degree auto, those insurances have pretty defined circumstances for which need to occur in order to pay out. But with DI, there is a wide range of...


Nov 15, 2022

It seems that people who historically have never been interested in politics have now become obsessed with politics over the past 5 or so years. In doing so, they let emotions seep into other areas of their lives. This couldn’t be more relative when it comes to investing and the general outlook of the economy.

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Nov 8, 2022

Most ER Docs are searching for ways to diversify their income. What’s the number one method for achieving this that comes to mind? Rental properties. But so often are the financial realities of owning rentals overlooked. And most importantly: the methods for maximizing rental profitability never come to fruition.

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