This book will teach you how to: Graduate from medical school with as little debt as possible Escape from student loans within two to five years of residency graduation Purchase the right types and amounts of insurance Decide when to buy a ...
Author: James M. Dahle
Publisher: White Coat Investor LLC the
Category: Business & Economics
Written by a practicing emergency physician, The White Coat Investor is a high-yield manual that specifically deals with the financial issues facing medical students, residents, physicians, dentists, and similar high-income professionals. Doctors are highly-educated and extensively trained at making difficult diagnoses and performing life saving procedures. However, they receive little to no training in business, personal finance, investing, insurance, taxes, estate planning, and asset protection. This book fills in the gaps and will teach you to use your high income to escape from your student loans, provide for your family, build wealth, and stop getting ripped off by unscrupulous financial professionals. Straight talk and clear explanations allow the book to be easily digested by a novice to the subject matter yet the book also contains advanced concepts specific to physicians you won't find in other financial books. This book will teach you how to: Graduate from medical school with as little debt as possible Escape from student loans within two to five years of residency graduation Purchase the right types and amounts of insurance Decide when to buy a house and how much to spend on it Learn to invest in a sensible, low-cost and effective manner with or without the assistance of an advisor Avoid investments which are designed to be sold, not bought Select advisors who give great service and advice at a fair price Become a millionaire within five to ten years of residency graduation Use a "Backdoor Roth IRA" and "Stealth IRA" to boost your retirement funds and decrease your taxes Protect your hard-won assets from professional and personal lawsuits Avoid estate taxes, avoid probate, and ensure your children and your money go where you want when you die Minimize your tax burden, keeping more of your hard-earned money Decide between an employee job and an independent contractor job Choose between sole proprietorship, Limited Liability Company, S Corporation, and C Corporation Take a look at the first pages of the book by clicking on the Look Inside feature Praise For The White Coat Investor "Much of my financial planning practice is helping doctors to correct mistakes that reading this book would have avoided in the first place." - Allan S. Roth, MBA, CPA, CFP(R), Author of How a Second Grader Beats Wall Street "Jim Dahle has done a lot of thinking about the peculiar financial problems facing physicians, and you, lucky reader, are about to reap the bounty of both his experience and his research." - William J. Bernstein, MD, Author of The Investor's Manifesto and seven other investing books "This book should be in every career counselor's office and delivered with every medical degree." - Rick Van Ness, Author of Common Sense Investing "The White Coat Investor provides an expert consult for your finances. I now feel confident I can be a millionaire at 40 without feeling like a jerk." - Joe Jones, DO "Jim Dahle has done for physician financial illiteracy what penicillin did for neurosyphilis." - Dennis Bethel, MD "An excellent practical personal finance guide for physicians in training and in practice from a non biased source we can actually trust." - Greg E Wilde, M.D Scroll up, click the buy button, and get started today!
Doctors and other high income professionals receive little training in personal finance, investing, or business. This book teaches them what they did not learn in school or residency.
Author: James M. Dahle
Category: Finance, Personal
Doctors and other high income professionals receive little training in personal finance, investing, or business. This book teaches them what they did not learn in school or residency. It includes information on insurance, personal finance, budgeting, buying housing, mortgages, student loan management, retirement accounts, taxes, investing, correcting errors, paying for college, estate planning and asset protection.
Many physicians are, in fact, not rich, according to Thomas Stanley author of the Millionaire Next Door and James M. Dahle, M.D, author of The White Coat Investor. In fact, teachers have a higher chance of becoming a millionaire ...
Author: Alan Schalscha
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Inside the White Coat is written by two doctors, Alan Schalscha and David Hume, with a long history of friendship first forged in medical school, challenged and kindled through professional collaboration notwithstanding the different paths taken, and strengthened through their shared love of medicine, teaching, humanity, and dedication to service. The authors aim to give the reader honest information as related to a career in medicine. The type of advice a mentor or a caring aunt in the field would provide with a purview into medicine, how to prepare for medical school, how to decide on a specific specialty, and what life would be like before, during, and after medical training. If you wanted to know what the cost of medical education was, and how or if you could afford it. There is a strong chance that you might be stressed about the wrong things. This book serves as their attempt to answer some of these questions for the prospective medical professional without the awkwardness of asking uninformed questions to complete strangers. It should serve as an initial guide to prompt you to ask more specific questions later.
The white coat investor: a Doctor's guide to personal finance and investing. 1st ed: The white coat investor LLC; 2014. https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com. T.S. Köhler, B. Schwartz (eds.), Surgeons as Educators, 520 N.K. Gupta et al.
Author: Tobias S. Köhler
This book is designed to provide the reader with comprehension of the principles of contemporary surgical education and skills to design and implement effective curricula that include learning theory, needs assessments, curriculum development, effective teaching methods, valid and reliable assessment of learners, and comprehensive program evaluation. This text will provide a comprehensive, state-of-the art review of this field and will serve as a valuable resource for anyone wishing to become a better educator regardless of the level of the trainee. The book will review how people learn and how to vary teaching methods accordingly. It will cover curriculum planning, measurement and performance assessment, teaching residents to teach, coaching, promoting professionalism, teaching surgeons to lead, and burnout. It will aid in identifying differences in generations and how to select students and residents who will thrive in your program. Specifics on teaching in the operating room, use of new technologies and honing of feedback skills will be addressed. The effect of duty hours and due process for struggling learners will also be addressed as well as preparing residents for beyond residency. Specifics on how to set up simulation centers and utilize this technology will also be discussed. These are a few of the topics which will prepare the reader to excel in education and thus be able to positively influence patient care well beyond that of any one individual.
The White Coat Investor: A Doctor's Guide to Personal Finance and Investing. The White Coat Investor LLC. Graham, Benjamin. 1973. The Intelligent Investor: A Book of Practical Counsel, 4th ed. New York: Harper & Row. Lawrence, Judy.
Author: David G. Dunning
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Dental Practice Transition: A Practical Guide to Management, Second Edition, helps readers navigate through options such as starting a practice, associateships, and buying an existing practice with helpful information on business systems, marketing, staffing, and money management. Unique comprehensive guide for the newly qualified dentist Covers key aspects of practice management and the transition into private practice Experienced editorial team provides a fresh, balanced and in-depth look at this vitally important subject New and expanded chapters on dental insurance, patient communication, personal finance, associateships, embezzlement, and dental service organizations
You are also invited to stop by The White Coat Investor website (http://whitecoatinvestor.com), where you will find a community of financially savvy doctors helping each other to get a “fair shake” on Wall Street.
Author: Josh Mettle
Publisher: Advantage Media Group
Category: Business & Economics
AT LAST—A NO B.S. GUIDE FOR PHYSICIANS. Look behind the curtains of MORTGAGE BANKING, discover the REAL LANDMINES and learn how to make a FLAWLESS HOME PURCHASE. In the post-meltdown world of mortgage banking, physicians face more challenges and have a higher rate of underwriter decline than any other professional client we advise. It’s shocking but true. Spend a few minutes in physician chat rooms where the topic is “mortgage” and you are likely to read nightmare after nightmare horror story. It’s emotionally devastating to see what a botched home loan and closing can do to a family. Within these pages, seasoned physician mortgage professional and fourth-generation Utah real estate investor, Josh Mettle, exposes the land mines and provides unique solutions to seamlessly overcome the pitfalls nearly all physicians face. YOU WILL LEARN: • How to avoid the landmines that most commonly lead to surprising last minute declines. • How student loans (including IBR and deferment) affect how you qualify for financing. • How to find a true mortgage and real estate specialist in your hometown. • What specifically to look for in a real estate and mortgage advisor. • A step-by-step guide, which virtually guarantees you a flawless home purchase. The challenges you’re likely to face are commonplace within your field, but can be embarrassing, expensive, and painful to learn firsthand. There is no bigger disappointment than finding out your loan was declined by an underwriter at the last minute forcing you to scramble to find temporary housing. Avoid that agony by educating yourself with a few simple precautions contained within these pages. Physician home loans are a “niche” loan practice, which is why you won’t find the information contained in this book anywhere else. When it comes to securing a physician home loan you don’t need a general practitioner, you need a super specialist.
Author: David Edward MarcinkoPublish On: 2014-12-09
James M. Dahle, MD, FACEP (Author: The White Coat Investor: A Doctor's Guide to Personal Finance and Investing; Editor: www.whitecoatinvestor.com) ASSESSMENT Accounting financial statements, with an emphasis on ratio analysis and ...
Author: David Edward Marcinko
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Business & Economics
Drawing on the expertise of multi-degreed doctors, and multi-certified financial advisors, Comprehensive Financial Planning Strategies for Doctors and Advisors: Best Practices from Leading Consultants and Certified Medical PlannersTM will shape the industry landscape for the next generation as the current ecosystem strives to keep pace. Traditional generic products and sales-driven advice will yield to a new breed of deeply informed financial advisor or Certified Medical PlannerTM. The profession is set to be transformed by "cognitive-disruptors" that will significantly impact the $2.8 trillion healthcare marketplace for those financial consultants serving this challenging sector. There will be winners and losers. The text, which contains 24 chapters and champions healthcare providers while informing financial advisors, is divided into four sections compete with glossary of terms, CMPTM curriculum content, and related information sources. For ALL medical providers and financial industry practitioners For NEW medical providers and financial industry practitioners For MID-CAREER medical providers and financial industry practitioners For MATURE medical providers and financial industry practitioners Using an engaging style, the book is filled with authoritative guidance and healthcare-centered discussions, providing the tools and techniques to create a personalized financial plan using professional advice. Comprehensive coverage includes topics likes behavioral finance, modern portfolio theory, the capital asset pricing model, and arbitrage pricing theory; as well as insider insights on commercial real estate; high frequency trading platforms and robo-advisors; the Patriot and Sarbanes–Oxley Acts; hospital endowment fund management, ethical wills, giving, and legacy planning; and divorce and other special situations. The result is a codified "must-have" book, for all health industry participants, and those seeking advice from the growing cadre of financial consultants and Certified Medical PlannersTM who seek to "do well by doing good," dispensing granular physician-centric financial advice: Omnia pro medicus-clientis. RAISING THE BAR The informed voice of a new generation of fiduciary advisors for healthcare
The white coat investor: a doctor's guide to personal finance and investing. White Coat Investor LLC; 2014. Doroghazi R. The physician's guide to investing: a practical approach to building wealth. Humana; 2007.
Author: Parisa M. Garrett
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Electronic books
This book provides a comprehensive review of what comes after the completion of a pediatrics residency. Chapters review several areas of fellowships and how to navigate through the application process, provide a guide for finding a job and negotiating through your first position, and also discuss other difficult topics such as how to deal with malpractice lawsuits. The book is comprised of six parts. Part 1 explains pediatric fellowships, including how to apply, prepare, and choose your ideal fellowship. Part 2 describes what to expect on your first job search and what to consider when choosing a career path. Part 3 and Part 4 aim to prepare readers for what happens after finding and starting a job in pediatrics, such as moving, setting up an office, supervising residents, and how to deal with difficult patients. Part 5 discusses long term goals and planning, which helps prepare readers for the long road ahead. This includes pursuing partnerships, additional degrees, and training. It also shares knowledge on how to manage medical school debt, retirement planning, switching jobs, and much more. Finally, Part 6 aims to help readers maintain their personal health and family life by setting boundaries, managing stress, and discussing ways to avoid burnout. Written by experts in the field, A Pediatrician's Path: What to Expect After a Pediatrics Residency is a valuable resource for pediatricians, residents and medical students interested in a career in pediatrics.
“Income- Driven Repayment Plans.” https:// studentaid. ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/understand/plans/income-driven 16. Dahle, J.M. The White Coat Investor: A Doctor's Guide to Personal Finance and Investing. White Coat Investor, 2014. 17.
Author: Gia Merlo
Publisher: Oxford University Press
"Medical professionalism is more than a demonstration of individual competencies. Becoming a member of the medical profession is not only about passing a set of milestones, but also about embodying the values, behaviors, and identity of a physician through a process of professional identity formation. The major frameworks for medical professionalism, the process of professionalization, and the importance of socialization in medicine are discussed. The reader is encouraged to reflect on who they are and who they want to become. Physicians have a fiduciary duty to act in the best interest of their patients and embrace life-long learning"--