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Money Meets Medicine with Dr Jimmy Turner and Dr Lisha Taylor

Mar 29, 2023

What if I told you that maybe you shouldn't save for your kid's college education? 

There are tons of questions we have to ask ourselves (not just as parents, but as investors) about the concept of covering our kid’s entire college education. Are we really getting the value from this investment? Maybe tuition is worth...

Mar 22, 2023

We’re pleased to be discussing the book Die With Zero by Bill Perkins. Bill isn’t a financial advisor (a plus if you ask us), but he offers a lot of insight and perspective on personal finance and financial independence that got us thinking about our approaches to money in a new way. 

It’s especially applicable...

Mar 15, 2023

The personal finance industry is meant to help you manage your assets, but particularly for doctors, many questions remain around what that kind of support actually means. 

Does your financial advisor have your best interest at heart? Do you know how they get paid? Are they transparent in their disclosures about how...

Mar 8, 2023

Does tithing or charitable giving play a part in your personal finances? Should it? As usual, we’re not shying away from taking a deep dive into a very personal topic. Personal finance is personal, maybe never more so than when it comes to deciding how you want to give back.

In tackling this topic, we wanted to...

Mar 1, 2023

You’ve done it - your training is complete and now you’re finally getting a paycheck fit for an attending physician. You think, “I’ve arrived! I’m going to start making so much more money.”

Famous last words. If you’re not prepared, that is. 

Seemingly unassuming, everyday expenses still have the potential...