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Life Of FI MD
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Lifestyle, Saving, Tax Optimization, Strategy, Step By Steps, Investing, Traveling, Medicine, Reflections
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San Antonio, Texas, United States
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Grace Period or Early Consolidation? Of all the pieces I have written to date on my blog, my write-up on What I Did With My Medical School Loans remains one of the most popular. I think it is fair to say then, that there is just not enough information out there for medical students and … Continue reading "Grace Period Vs Early Consolidation: A Tale of Two Half-Bloods" The post Grace ...
Posted: Jun 17 2018 @ 8:08 PM
I have entitled these guest posts the 10X10X10 series.  I am asking 10 Docs 10 questions over 10 months. These are all physician bloggers and some are personal mentors of mine. The questions I have asked are tailored towards resident physicians and new attendings with a financial independence emphasis, but anyone can glean  wisdom from … Continue reading "10 Docs, 10 Questions, 10 Months: The Physician" The post 10 Docs, 10 ...
Posted: Jun 03 2018 @ 10:58 AM
I am very excited to share with you a post series I am running on the blog over the next 10 weeks. I have entitled it 10X10X10.  I am asking 10 Docs 10 questions over 10 weeks. These are all physician bloggers and some are personal mentors. The questions I have asked are tailored towards … Continue reading "10 Docs, 10 Questions, 10 Weeks: Doc G @ DiverseFI.com" The post 10 ...
Posted: Apr 13 2018 @ 2:58 PM
I could barely feel a pulse. It was thready at best. One second there, the next second gone. In and out it weaned back and forth like a tide. Weaving between moment as if it were trying to hide only to reappear again offering a faint glimmer of hope. Each moment passed slowly accompanied only … Continue reading "The Omission of Understanding" The post The Omission of Understanding appeared first on ...
Posted: Mar 26 2018 @ 12:19 AM
In my Travel Hacking: Travel Free Forever Part One post, I addressed the skeptics. I have also written about The Elements A Credit Score and how travel hacking in the long-term can improve your credit if you do it right.  Now I  have the pleasure of revealing the benefits of travel hacking. This is not for everyone. If you … Continue reading "Travel Hacking: The $4,500 Benefit." The post Travel Hacking: The $4,500 Benefit. appeared ...
Posted: Mar 17 2018 @ 5:27 PM
You want more money every paycheck? Change your W4 Form at your work. Stop celebrating your tax return and learn to put that cash in your pocket every time you get your paycheck. The new form just came out for 2018. Let’s walk through it. Reading Tax Documents… Really?  Turns out if you actually read … Continue reading "The W4 Form. Your Automatic Raise." The post The W4 Form. Your Automatic ...
Posted: Mar 14 2018 @ 2:08 AM
I get a lot of the same questions when I try to convince friends and colleagues of the utility found in the pursuit of “travel hacking”.  Travel hacking, if you are not aware, is a practice of opening targeted travel credit cards with particular sign on bonuses. You use these cards to travel for free after you have acquired enough points to obtain … Continue reading "Travel Hacking: Travel Free Forever" The post Travel Hacking: Travel Free Forever appeared ...
Posted: Mar 13 2018 @ 6:50 PM
What makes up your credit score and what is the most important elements of the score? There are 5 parts to your credit score and I will address each in regards to questions I get a lot about how your credit score is affected after opening/closing travel hacking credit cards. Your score boils down to five things: your payment history, … Continue reading "The Five Elements of Your Credit Score" The post The Five Elements of ...
Posted: Feb 11 2018 @ 2:26 AM
Different Posts From Different Folks!  #Bloggingdom.  January was a fun month for perusing a plethora of different “Year in Review” posts and “New Year’s Resolutions” articles  all across the land of Bloggingdom (Yeah, Google doesn’t seem to think that is a word…  I definitely just made that one up, but I am keeping it)! It is … Continue reading "Best of What’s Around. The January Edition" The post Best of What’s Around. ...
Posted: Jan 29 2018 @ 10:40 AM
Separate & Automate Your Savings. A How-To Step By Step. Do you want to start saving money? Then take yourself out of the equation. Make it an automatic thing every month that you don’t even think about. The absolute best way for you to start saving money is by separating and automating your savings. Separate, … Continue reading "How To Fund Your Roth… Painlessly" The post How To Fund Your Roth… ...
Posted: Jan 24 2018 @ 8:01 AM


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