My Year End Financial Housekeeping Routine

I have a routine that I undergo each December to be sure the year ends well financially. With the December 31st deadline approaching I don’t want to miss any of the things that must be completed before year-end. There are many things to consider and I don’t do everything that people talk about doing at … Read more

What are You Thankful For?

One of the exercises we do in my High Performance Coaching program is to start each day by asking five questions that will shape our attitude for the day. One of those questions is “What am I thankful for today?” Reminding ourselves about our blessings takes our mind off our worries, since it is not … Read more

Why Every Physician Should Own a Timeshare

(This article was originally published on KevinMD under the title Should Physicians Own Timeshares?) Timeshares have an undeserved bad rap. I’ve owned and used my timeshare for great and cost-effective vacations all over the world for 30 years. After getting tired of reading all the misinformation on the web concerning timeshares, I put my timeshare … Read more

Out of the Job POT and into the Side Gig FIRE

I recently attended two in person conferences that discussed attaining side gig success. One was for financial internet influencers and the other was for real estate investors. I noticed an alarming trend. Many who have become successful with their side gig have not escaped the problems they were striving for their side gig to solve. … Read more

Six Common Tax Mistakes Physicians Make

Today’s guest post comes to us from Arsalan Ashraf, CPA. Arsalan is the owner of Ashraf Advisory, providing tax preparation, tax planning, payroll and bookkeeping services to physicians all over the United States. You will find Ashraf Advisory on my recommended list of Tax Services. If you are looking for top notch tax advice, contact … Read more

The High Cost of Being Out of the Real Estate Market?

I recently attended a real estate conference where several speakers talked about investing in syndications. (Groups that pool money from multiple investors to flip big real estate projects for quick profit.) Syndications all go “full circle,” meaning they will collect capital, purchase a property, fix it up to raise its value, and sell the property. … Read more