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Miss Bonnie MD

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Name:
Miss Bonnie MD
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
Debt, Investing
Start Year:
2017

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Location:
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
Asian
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Physician (Doctor)
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Latest Blog Posts

This is a guest post by Dr. Cory S. Fawcett. He is a retired general surgeon and is now a personal finance coach for doctors. I love his book The Doctors Guide to Eliminating Debt. Many doctors mistakenly think they can acquire more stuff if they use debt. That is a great deception put forth by those who want you to borrow money from them. They tell you that for an ...
Posted: Feb 20 2019 @ 7:45 AM
William Roth did a great thing by creating the Roth IRA for Americans in 1997. The Roth IRA allows for tax free growth and tax free withdrawals. He also caused a lot of confusion ever since. Quite a few investment vehicles now carry the Roth name but mean different things. The unifying theme here is after tax dollars growing tax-free that remain income tax-free on withdrawal. So read on to learn ...
Posted: Feb 11 2019 @ 7:30 AM
Welcome to another installment of Interviews with Real Female Physicians. The goal of this series is to share their story so that you, the reader, may learn and be inspired from their experiences – good and bad. We all come from different backgrounds and have different situations. Some of you are married, some are not, some with kids, some with blended families. Let’s show other women that any of these can ...
Posted: Feb 11 2019 @ 7:30 AM
I grappled with productivity and efficiency in 2018. “I don’t have time,” came out of my mouth too often. And, I had lots of proof that I didn’t have a lot of time. I work as a dermatologist, it was my first year with a new baby who needed my attention, I do all the meal planning and other household management. Oh, and I work on this blog. Continue reading ... ...
Posted: Feb 04 2019 @ 7:30 AM
This is a guest post from my fellow woman physician blogger B.C. Krygowski. She’s a palliative medicine physician who discovered FI & Frugality as a way of life. She blogs at bckrygowski.com, and she has ten tips that any high-income earner should try out to add more frugality to their lives. # 1. Look into Home Exchange. Home exchange saves me serious money because I can swap homes and cars with other ...
Posted: Jan 28 2019 @ 7:30 AM
Welcome to another installment of Interviews with Real Female Physicians. The goal of this series is to share their story so that you, the reader, may learn and be inspired from their experiences – good and bad. We all come from different backgrounds and have different situations. Some of you are married, some are not, some with kids, some with blended families. Let’s show other women that any of these can ...
Posted: Jan 21 2019 @ 7:30 AM
The number of unmarried couples are on the rise. Many of you know that I am not married. The main reason is due to being a blended family. Many couples are choosing not to get married legally or delaying marriage. I don’t advocate for delaying marriage purely for financial reasons but it can make sense in certain situations. As more women join the workforce and become the breadwinning partner (as is ...
Posted: Jan 17 2019 @ 7:30 AM
Listen to Carrie & I discuss prenups over at the Hippocratic Hustle! You have life insurance. You have disability insurance. But do you have divorce insurance? Probably not. But why? Last time I checked, the divorce rate isn’t zero. Thankfully, doctors enjoy relatively low divorce rates–in the 25% range–but still, that isn’t zero. In fact, you’re much more likely to get divorced than become disabled or die over the next year. Continue ...
Posted: Jan 14 2019 @ 7:30 AM
After having gone through pregnancy, delivery and my first year with baby in tow I’ve learned a thing or two about the financials of having a baby as a woman physician. You’ll need to accept the fact that you will likely make less during pregnancy, during your leave, and even after you return to work. This is due to how practices usually pay you and adjust your pay for time not ...
Posted: Jan 12 2019 @ 9:00 AM
2018 can be summed up with one word – growth. We moved to a new city with a new baby at the end of 2017. M and I started new jobs. We are still settling into Philadelphia and it does not feel like home yet. We are renting. We were not ready to commit to buying so we renewed our lease for one more year. After plugging in some numbers in ...
Posted: Jan 07 2019 @ 7:30 AM

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