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Financial Basics from the White Coat Investor

Doctors are highly educated and extensively trained in making difficult decisions, healing and even saving people. However they typically receive no training in business, personal finance, investing, insurance, taxes, estate planning or asset protection. That, and doctors have myriad financial challenges unique to them—from the high debt common after medical school, to the looming risk of malpractice found in no other profession.

Join James Dahle, MD, a full-time practicing emergency physician and self-taught financial expert, editor of the blog White Coat Investor, and author of the book of the same name, for the series of succinct, pearl-filled financial lectures specifically designed for you.

James M. Dahle, MD, FACEP
Department Chair, Staff Physician, Utah Emergency Specialists
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"Managing a retirement account doesn't take a lot of work. I read Get a Financial Life: Personal Financing in Your Twenties and Thirties by Beth Kobliner as a second-year resident and highly recommend it. I've seen a lot of growth in my retirement accounts because of it. All while managing to be in residency! The best part is that I don't pay anyone to manage my finances.

I'd also like to disclose I have no background in finance and knew nothing about investing until I read this book. It's an easy read too. $10 on Amazon!"
Bryant Faria, MD
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"Dr. Dahle,

Nice and quick short presentation to cover the extensive topic.

What are the options of Defined Benefit plan or Cash balance plans. How can we decide what amount one can contribute in this plan?"
Sanjay Talati, MD
Medical Director, Imaging and Diagnostic Dept., Covenant Health Care
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