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Another superpower of yours involves your finances, you just didn’t know it yet.

Getting your finances organized is the ultimate first step.

Despite all your hard work and training, you were never taught the fundamentals of personal finance, so we’ve created a curriculum to walk you through several important stages of getting your finances in order.

Pursue the financial training you didn’t get in medical school with The 12 Pillars of Personal Finance. Bookmark this page to continue your free financial education.

Think of this as the residency program you never went through but needed… desperately. Let’s get you on the right track right now.

Welcome to your Financial Residency, without the long hours and sleepless nights.

Your financial residency starts here.

JH FR, How Much Home Can You Afford 2

Buying a Home


Choosing a Financial Advisor

Tackling Student Debt

Escape Student Loan Debt

Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Doctor Home Loans by state Financial Residency

Get the best mortgage

Get Your Financial Life Organized, 2

Getting Organized

Insurance: Protecting Your Income

Increase your income

Comprehensive Guide to Disability Insurance (2)

Insurance you need

4 Ways to Start Investing in Real Estate with $50,000

Invest Correctly in Real Estate

Uncertain Times Calls for Tax Loss Havesting

Physician specific tax planning strategies


Start Investing

Starting Your Practice Off Right

Start your practice

Cash Flow Planning

Understanding your cash flow

Your Relationship with Money

Your Relationship with Money

Your finances overwhelm you.

Start with Module 1 and work through each module at your own pace. When you’re done, here’s what you will have:

You’re ready to get started but you just don’t have the time right now. That’s OKAY.

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