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Living a Stealth Wealth Lifestyle

Stealth wealth has been gaining popularity in recent years. As the name implies, it’s the opposite of flaunting wealth (or pretending to be wealthy like the $30,000 millionaire). Wealth is what you don’t see and people who practice living a stealth wealth lifestyle are extra proud of their hidden ability.

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6 Ways to Achieve Financial Success as a New Attending Physician

The 2019-2020 academic year is behind us, which means there are approximately 45,000 new doctors entering practice in America (according to the ACGME Data Resource Book). That's a lot of new doctors who have a fantastic opportunity to achieve financial independence if they get started on the right foot. Today we are going to dive into six ways to achieve financial success as a new attending physician.

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How to Become Financially Independent

It is tradition for us to publish a blog post about financial independence the week leading up to Independence Day, so we wanted to offer a guide on how to become financially independent this year. There are numerous ways to becoming financially independent. Similar to biking across the country, you have a lot of routes you can choose from. Would you like to get there fast (FIRE – Financial Independence, Retire Early)? Would you prefer slow and steady? Do you want to save a lot early and coast your way to the finish line? No wrong answer. To each their own.

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Your Life Story Told Through Your Spending

Back in June 2019, I wrote down a tweet by Carl Richards that resonated with me. I saved it in my blog folder and haven’t done anything with it until now. The tweet said (not sure if I’m quoting or paraphrasing because I didn’t save the link): “Pretend you died and someone had to tell your life story through your spending history. What story would it tell?” Think about that for a moment. What would your story be?

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What should you do with EXTRA money??

For our readers who are still in training, you may be seeing another gift from Uncle Sam-soon. Or maybe you already have! These are crazy times, economically and personally. But even in crazy times, good things can happen. What do we do if those good things come in the form of “extra” money? A stimulus check, a bonus you didn’t think you would qualify for, or maybe even an unexpected inheritance. Do you pay down debt? Do you spend it? Do you save?

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