Review The Physician Philosopher’s Guide to Personal Finance
by JAMES D. TURNER
Written for professionals in the medical field, The Physician Philosopher’s Guide to Personal Finance highlights several tips and guides about finance management. Turner’s personal attack to finance management for physicians made it relatable and readable for them. Sound financial suggestions are laid out to help these professionals grow financially. Turner made it look so easy to write about a complex topic with simple language.
This book serves as a blueprint of a game plan for medical professionals to start their careers in the right way, with the right financial decisions. Reading this guide will give you fresh ideas and a good head start toward your medical journey. Arm yourself with this book and a mindset that will take you to your financial goals in the years to come.
About the Author
James Turner is a Medicinae Doctor whose passion is to write finance books for physicians and professionals in the health sector. He is also managing his website, where he publishes his blogs about finance.
Table of Contents
The Physician Philosopher’s Guide to Personal Finance has the following chapters:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Personal Finance Basics
Chapter 3: Conflicts of Interest
Chapter 4: Financial Choices in Medical School
Chapter 5: The Pareto Principle for Residency
Chapter 6: Student Loan Debt Management Part 1: Income-driven Repayment and Public Service Loan Forgiveness Programs
Chapter 7: Student Loan Debt Management Part 2: Private Refinancing of Student Loans
Chapter 8: Personal Finance During Residency
Chapter 9: Live Like a Resident (AFTER residency)
Chapter 10: A Tale of Two Doctors
Chapter 11: Investing After Residency (Vehicles and Portfolios)
Chapter 12: How much do I need?
Chapter 13: Asset Protection
Chapter 14: The Balance