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5 Ways Good Finance Parallels Good Cooking
5 Ways Good Finance Parallels Good Cooking
Feeling powerless when the Taiwanese creditor/mafia showed up at our door, banging and shouting to see my dad, the debtor, and worrying about my dad losing an extremity each time he left the house to re-negotiate pay back terms with the mafia, personal finance resourcefulness became a survival necessity.
The Effect of a Big Bump in Income on Financial Independence
Interested in financial independence or an early retirement? An increase in income with no increase in spending can get you there years sooner.
Gambling Addiction: When Finances and Medicine Meet
Gambling addiction is another one of those afflictions that people are uncomfortable to acknowledge and talk about – but it is much more widespread than most of us are aware.
Is Now the Right Time to Pay Off Your Mortgage?
Whether or not a mortgage is worthwhile to you depends on its interest rate and expected forward interest rates, as well as your stage in life and other factors.
How to Minimize Tax Drag in a Taxable Brokerage Account
Simply stated, tax drag is the amount that your returns in a taxable account are decreased by taxes. It is commonly given as a percentage of the portfolio
5 Easy Ways Busy Docs Make Extra Money
There are simple, easy ways anyone can make extra cash, including busy full time docs.
Lessons from the I-Corps
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded five new grants to teach entrepreneurship and to support research and innovation at regional hubs across the United States under its Innovation Corps (I-Corps™) program.
Why You Should and Shouldn’t Compare Your Income to Others
The saying that money can't buy happiness is true to a great extent. Yet, new psychology research points to a strong link between money and happiness, and it might not be exactly the link you would expect.
Financial Considerations for Mid-Career Physicians
There are plenty of financial articles out there for doctors who are just getting started with their investing careers. However, for those in between these two stages (mostly 40 to 50 years old), there is an absolute dearth of information available on the internet and in bookstores.

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